On TV this Tuesday: Netflix launches Christmas rom-com Dash & Lily, FX on Hulu launches the controversial limited series A Teacher, and Tayshia Adams’ Bachelorette journey gets underway. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Tayshia's Bachelorette Journey Begins, Dash & Lily Rom-Com, NEXT Returns, This Is Us and More
Dash & Lily
Series premiere (all eight episodes): The YA novel adaptation chronicles a Christmas romance between the cynical Dash (Euphoria‘s Austin Abrams) and optimistic Lily (The Birch‘s Midori Francis), who trade notes in a book they pass back and forth at locations across New York City. (Watch trailer.)
Limited series premiere (first three episodes, then weekly): Based on the 2013 indie of the same name, this half-hour drama focuses on the disturbing relationship between a high school teacher (House of Cards‘ Kata Mara) and a student (Love, Simon‘s Nick Robinson). (Read our “C-” review.)
While Tayshia Adams gets acquainted with the remaining bachelors (as well as a few new arrivals), Clare and Dale have a heart-to-heart with Chris Harrison.
Abby must confront her past, as well as the dark forces at play in Marais; Swamp Thing is further isolated from the human world.
The Cost of Winning
From EP Michael Strahan comes this two-night docu about the success and controversy surrounding Baltimore’s St. Frances Academy football program.
Shea and LeBlanc investigate NEXT’s whereabouts and turn to LeBlanc’s friend, Professor Richard Pearish, for answers. (Recently cancelled.)
This Is Us
Kate and Toby take a giant step in their adoption journey; Jack and Rebecca brace for puberty. (How will the season premiere’s big twist possibly pay off?)
Tell Me a Story
Ashley finds new inspiration, as others begin to notice her blossoming connection to Beau; Simone turns to Jackson for assistance.
Country Strong 2020: Countdown to the CMA Awards
The annual special features interviews and appearances by Kelsea Ballerini, Kelleigh Bannen, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Bobby Bones and others.
Bashir attends to expectant first-time parents; Bishop puts Mags to the test in the emergency department.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Nov. 10, 1990, Twin Peaks revealed
(to viewers, at least) Laura Palmer’s killer.