What to watch on TV: “Succession”, “Dune”, NBA Basketball




Romance blossoms between white activist and black gang member in South LA in 1992 in new TV movie “The fight that never ends.” 20h for life

“Hightown” The gritty crime drama set in Provincetown, Mass. returns for its second season. With Monica Raymund. 8:58 p.m. Starz

The entrance to the horror franchise “Fear the living dead” begins a seventh season. The stars of Lennie James. 9 p.m. AM

Wildlife biologist searches for long-extinct animals in new series “Mysterious Creatures with Forrest Galante.” 9 p.m. Animal planet

Nothing succeeds like “Succession.” The Emmy-winning drama about the cranky family of a media mogul returns for Season 3. Starring Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong. 9 p.m. HBO

The tenacious French detective known as “Baptist” is back on the case in new episodes of the mystery drama on “Masterpiece”. Tchéky Karyo star. 10:00 p.m. KOCE


DCI Colin Sutton also returns to the case in new season of British crime drama “Manhunt.” The stars of Martin Clunes. At any time, Acorn TV

Young Latina (Lorenza Izzo) matures in San Francisco during turbulent 1960s in Lissette Feliciano’s 2021 drama “Women are losers”. At any time, HBO Max

The COVID-19 pandemic is played for laughs in the new special stand-up “Howie Mandel and his friends: don’t sneeze me.” With Patton Oswalt, Natasha Leggero et al. 8 p.m. The CW

The unscripted series ” Accumulators “ and “Intervention” come back with new episodes. 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. A&E

Psychiatric nurse (Rudi Dharmalingam) plies his trade in dark comedic Australian drama “Wakefield.” 9 p.m. Show time

Elderly woman returns to her hometown in Colombia after three decades in the United States in the 2021 documentary “La Casa de Mama Icha” on a new “POV”. 10:00 p.m. KOCE


Nets take on Bucks and Lakers welcome Warriors to kick off new season of “NBA Basketball.” 4.30 p.m. and 7 p.m. TNT

“The Bachelor’s” Michelle Young becomes “The bachelorette” this time around as the reality series launches its 18th season. 8 p.m. ABC

Helen Keller, who overcame blindness and deafness to become a tireless advocate for people with disabilities, recalls a news story “American masters”. 9 p.m. KOCE

Yes, “Queens.” Brandy and Eve play former members of a 1990s girl group who reunite for another shot in the ring in this new drama. 10 p.m. ABC

Karrueche Tran (“Claws”) joins the cast of “Games that people play” as the LA drama returns for a second season. 22:00 BET


The 2021 documentary “Find” tells the story of three teenage girls, adopted separately from China, who discovered they were linked through a genetic testing service. At any time, Netflix

Young driver foams two sexy vampires on their designated tours in 2021 LA action-horror mashup “Night teeth”. At any time, Netflix

What’s the buzz? Find out in the episode “My garden of a thousand bees” on a new “Nature.” 8 p.m. KOCE

“Artbound” honors beloved local ceramist and educator in new episode “Life Centered: The Helen Jean Taylor Story” 9pm KCET

“Nova” examines an option to feed a growing human population in the new episode “Edible Insects”… and no. There is not enough ketchup in the world. 9 p.m. KOCE

‘Summer House’ and ‘Southern Charm’ Actors Cohabit While Vacationing in Snowy Vermont in New Reality Series “Winter house.” 9 p.m. bravo

The new documentary “Four hours on the Capitol” investigating shocking assault on the United States Capitol by large pro-Trump mob on Jan.6 at 9 p.m. HBO

The 16th century Spanish expedition that finally toured the world is featured in “Magellan’s Crossing” in the season premiere of “Secrets of the dead. “ 10:00 p.m. KOCE


Here are monsters in “The girl in the woods” a new supernatural drama from YA set in today’s Pacific Northwest. At any time, peacock

The 2021 documentary “Introducing Selma Blair” captures the “Cruel Intentions” actress opening up about her courageous fight against multiple sclerosis. At any time, Discovery +

The future of food – yes, including the aforementioned edible insects – is also the subject of the new six-part docuseries. “The next thing you eat.” At any time, Hulu

Everything you always wanted to know about “Sex, Love & Goop” but were afraid to ask is explained by Gwyneth Paltrow and company in this new series. At any time, Netflix

Some will cook and some will be cooked in the new special “Snoop and Martha’s very tasty Halloween.” At any time, peacock

James Spader Soldiers on co-star Megan Boone, whose character was offended in last season’s finale, upon returning from “The blacklist.” 8 p.m. NBC

Hanging on! “Law & Order: Special Victims Assistance Unit” hit the – cung-cung! – Brand of 500 episodes. Hanging on! 9 p.m. NBC

The series of real crimes “The first 48” is back for another season. 9:00 p.m. A&E


Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya spice things up in director Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 adaptation of author Frank Herbert’s acclaimed sci-fi epic “Dune.” With Oscar Isaac. At any time, HBO Max

The plot goes all the way – in a secret underground facility, nothing less – in new animated workplace comedy “Interior work.” At any time, Netflix

Our planet is doomed to fail – doomed to failure! – in the new global sci-fi drama “Invasion.” The stars of Sam Neill. At any time, Apple TV +

Ancient Mesoamerica princess (Zoe Saldana) learns to unleash her inner warrior in new animated series “Maya and the Three.” At any time, Netflix

Young adults of Austin, TX meet young adults of Austin, TX today in new reality series “The Roaring Twenties.” At any time, Netflix

Arborist in love (Danica McKellar) longs for a handsome tree planter in new TV movie “You, me and the Christmas trees.” 8 p.m. Hallmark Channel

According to chef Adán Medrano’s book, the new specialty “Truly Mexican Texas” highlights the Native American origins of Southwestern cuisine. 10:00 p.m. KOCE


A marketing manager (Catherine Haena Kim) receives a visit from the ghosts of “Little friends of Christmas past” in this new TV movie and… wait. Why does this lady have so many dead ex-boyfriends? 8 p.m. Hallmark Channel

Confusion at fertility clinic pits two women against each other in fact-based TV movie “Changed before birth.” With Skyler Samuels and Justina Machado. 20h for life

Former host Jason Sudeikis and singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile performs on a new “Saturday Night Live.” 8:29 p.m. and 11:29 p.m. NBC

Korean American family moves to rural Arkansas in 1980s in 2020 Lee Isaac Chung’s soulful semi-autobiographical drama “Minari.” With Steven Yeun. 9 p.m. Show time

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