On TV this Tuesday: Doctor Who has a New Year’s Resolution, Lethal Weapon and The Gifted swap time slots and Count Olaf uncorks his final series of Unfortunate Events. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Unfortunate Events Come to an End, Lethal and The Gifted Trade Places, Doctor Who and More
A Series Of Unfortunate Events
Final season premiere (all seven episodes): The Baudelaire children try their darnedest to outsmart the evil Count Olaf for good. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere (all episodes): This mockumentary-style cartoon chronicles the life of an infectiously positive hot dog and his two best friends.
Comedians of the World
Series premiere (all episodes): The one-of-a-kind show features 47 comedians from 13 regions in eight languages; U.S. stand-ups include Chris D’Elia, Neal Brennan, Nick Swardson and Nicole Byer.
Sneak preview: The Fosters spinoff hits the streaming service a week ahead of its linear debut on Freeform (on Tuesday, Jan. 8).
This year’s theme is “The Melody of Life”; Chaka Khan, Chaka Khan-Chaka Khan serves as Grand Marshal.
In the 105th annual game, the Washington Huskies (10-3) face off against the Ohio State Buckeyes (12-1), live from Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif.
PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
The LSU Tigers (9-3) square off against the the UCF Knights (12-0), live from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
Doctor Who: Resolution
90 minutes: In this New Year’s Day special, The Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz try to combat a terrifying evil that spans centuries of Earth’s history.
New time slot alert! Cole’s rebound has an unexpected connection to ADA Erica; Murtaugh has cause for concern when Trish has a chance to serve as co-counsel on a high-profile lawsuit with Leo Getz.
Allstate Sugar Bowl
The Texas Longhorns (9-4) take on the Georgia Bulldogs (11-2), live from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Documentary premiere: Filmmaker Lisa D’Apolito uses personal diaries, audio recordings and home movies to piece together the story of Gilda Radner’s life; interviews include fellow SNL alumni Chevy Chase, Laraine Newman and Paul Shaffer, as well as producers Lorne Michaels and Alan Zweibel.
New time slot alert! The Mutant Underground considers working alongside the Inner Circle to help save John from the Purifiers.