On TV this Monday: Kit Harington fires up HBO’s Gunpowder, The Voice finale gets underway and Ellen DeGeneres hosts a new primetime game show. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Kit Harington's HBO Mini, The Voice Finale Night 1 and More
The Great Christmas Light Fight
Season 5 finale: Featured displays include a five-acre farm decked out with restored mechanical figures and 115,000 (!) bulbs.
Kevin Can Wait
Fall finale: On Christmas Eve, Kevin and
the kids share holiday memories of DonnaVanessa reminisce about their first patrol together.
Man With a Plan
Fall finale: Adam and Andi try to make it up to their neighbors (SNL alum Tim Meadows and 30 Rock‘s Sherri Shepherd) after no one attends their potluck.
Fall finale: Arthur picks Franco to run his campaign when he decides to run against Fawz in a local election.
Fall finale: It’s a mini-Friends reunion when Christina Pickles stops by as one of Harry’s (Elliot Gould) bridge rivals; Fred Willard (Modern Family) also guest-stars.
Miniseries premiere (Part 1 of 3; airing nightly through Wednesday): Guy Fawkes (Downton Abbey‘s Tom Cullen) and a group of provincial English Catholics (including Game of Thrones‘ Kit Harington as Robert Catesby) attempt to blow up the House of Lords and kill King James I, all in an effort to help restore a Catholic to the crown; Peter Mullan (Quarry), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) and Liv Tyler (The Leftovers) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
Ellen's Game of Games
Sneak preview: Ellen DeGeneres brings her daytime shenanigans to primetime with supersized, standalone versions of the popular games she plays on her talk show. (Get official premiere date.)
Fall finale: After choosing work over his friends on Christmas Eve, Walter hits his head and lapses into a dream world where Team Scorpion doesn’t exist.
The Year in Memoriam 2017
60 minutes: GMA‘s Robin Roberts takes a look back at the legendary stars and icons we’ve lost over the past 12 months.
Miniseries finale: Joel accidentally smashes Charlie’s final dose of chemo; the police get tipped off.
The Daily Show's The Yearly Show 2017
60 minutes: Noah and his correspondents take a look back at the biggest events in news, sports and pop culture in 2017.