Jan. 13 – Jan. 19
Top picks to watch & more!
All times Eastern.
FRIDAY, Jan. 13
Rob Lowe and Kimberly Williams star in this network movie about a father’s desperate search for his son and his canine when they become lost hiking the Appalachian trail (Netflix).
Super League: The War for Football
Documentary documents the high-stakes battle put into play when plans for a breakaway league emerges and the fate and future of European football hangs in the balance (Apple TV+).
SATURDAY, Jan. 14
Six Minutes to Glory: The HBCU Band Experience
Documentary series spotlights Black marching bands of HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) in a high-stakes halftime competition in Atlanta, Ga. (8 p.m., Aspire TV).
SUNDAY, Jan. 15
The Critics Choice Awards
Chelsea Handler hosts this freewheeling movie-awards event, voted by print and broadcast critics, which has become a bellwether for the Oscars. And actor Jeff Bridges will receive the org’s Lifetime Achievement Award (7 p.m., The CW).
The Last of Us
Twenty years after civilization has been destroyed, a hardened survivor (Pedro Pascal) embarks on a brutal journey with a teenage girl (Bella Ramsey) in this apocalyptic-adventure series (9 p.m., HBO).
Here’s a new twist on dating shows: A group of 40-to-60-year-old women compete for hot young(er) hunks at a posh beachside resort in Mexico. Hubba hubba! (10 p.m., TLC).
Bryan Cranston returns for season two of the taut crime drama, as his character (a former federal judge) faces new complications with an old nemesis, crime boss Jimmy Baxter (Michael Stuhlbarg), and the arrival of a prosecutor (Rosie Perez) determined to get to the bottom of things (9 p.m., Showtime). 0tfc
MONDAY, Jan. 16
The Price of Glee
Discover the harsh downside of the fame—endless scandals, tabloid gossip and fatal tragedies—that came with the hit musical series Glee in this three-part limited series (9 p.m., ID).
The Miracle Workers: End Times
It’s a miracle. Well, maybe, not exactly. But it is the newest installment of the caustically witty series in which the same actors (Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni) return each season, but as all-new characters in brand-new scenarios. This one is set in a dystopian future overrun with radioactive mutants, killer robots and a tyrannical homeowner’s association with outrageous fees (10 p.m., TBS).
TUESDAY, Jan. 17
9-1-1: Lone Star
Join the emergency response units of Austin, Texas, in season four of this drama-series spinoff of the hit L.A.-based 9-1-1 (8 p.m., Fox).
Reba McEntire reunites in this network original movie with her former TV costar Melissa Peterman to play an outspoken, no-nonsense lawyer appointed as a traveling judge in Nevada—based on a real character, and a true story (8 p.m., Lifetime).
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18
The Cupcake Guys
Find out how a pair of NFL football stars (former Tennessee Titans teammates Brian Griffin and Brian Orakpo) became bakery kings, owning and operating their own franchise of Gigi’s Cupcakes in Austin, Texas (Roku Channel).
Zoey and Aaron have an unexpected run-in at the San Francisco airport, making them re-evaluate the pros and cons of long-distance relationships (10:30 p.m., Freeform).
THURSDAY, Jan. 19
Are You the One?
Kamie Crawford hosts season two of this big-budget dating competition series, which offers a houseful of recently single men and women from all over the world opportunities to find their soulmates—and split a massive cash prize (Paramont+).
That 90s Show
It’s back! Sort of. This spinoff (of the teen sitcom That ‘70s Show) returns now 15 years later, a bit older and wiser, but just as wildly funny. Starring anew generation of “kids” in the setting of Point Place, Wisc. (Netflix).