The always-busy Will Smith travels the world for a National Geographic Disney + special, “Welcome to Earth,” on Wednesday as the actor faces some of his deepest fears while checking out the experiences from the list. buckets.
And Amazon Prime’s big movie of the week is “Encounter” Friday, a week after its theatrical release. It is a family drama tense with the traps of a story of body thieves centered on a decorated Marine Malik Khan (Riz Ahmed) on a mission to protect his two young sons.
Shows ending their seasons include Fox’s “The Big Leap” Monday, CBS’s “CSI: Las Vegas” Wednesday, and HBO’s “Succession” Sunday. And Amazon Prime’s “The Expanse” on Friday wraps up its series after six seasons.
This covers Monday December 6 to Sunday December 12.
“9-1-1” 8 p.m. Fox – Members of 118 are called to emergency series around Christmas Eve.
“The Voice” 8pm NBC – The 8 best performances.
“A Very Boy Band Christmas” 8 p.m. ABC – Features appearances from some of the most beloved members of iconic boy groups, including Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman.
“The Quarter” 8 p.m. CBS – Calvin decides to splurge on an expensive jacket, then worries that it’s too special to risk wearing it outside the house.
“NCIS” 9 p.m. CBS – When a leading financial adviser is found shot dead at a naval station, NCIS investigates the case by interrogating the victim’s three-dimensional hologram of herself, which she created before her death.
“The Bachelorette” 9 p.m. ABC – Men say it all.
“The Big Leap” 9:01 am Fox (season one finale) – When a massive blackout threatens to prevent the finale from being broadcast, the entire cast must unite to light up the stage.
“Michael Bublé’s Christmas in the City” 10:01 PM NBC – Bublé returns to NBC to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his album, “Christmas,” with a new holiday special.
“Live to a Studio Audience” 8:00 p.m. ABC – Actors such as Kevin Hart and Jennifer Anniston reenact episodes of “The Facts of Life” and “Diff’rent Strokes”.
“The Resident” 8 p.m. Fox – When Kit’s first day of Flight Go’s experimental program sends Conrad into the field, he forms a new relationship with a fellow doctor for the ride.
“FBI” 8 p.m. CBS – The team is trying to extract key information from a vulnerable 9/11 widow.
“The Slow Hustle” 8 p.m. HBO – A look at the ongoing corruption in the world from the Baltimore Police Department and the activists who seek to speak out against it.
“People’s Choice Awards” 9 p.m. NBC – Kenan Thompson is hosting an awards ceremony honoring fan favorites in the worlds of music, television, film and pop culture.
“Abbott Elementary” 9:30 p.m. ABC (new series) – A workplace comedy starring a group of dedicated and passionate teachers and a somewhat deaf principal.
“Queens” 10:01 am ABC – Jill is being honest with the ladies after being asked to collaborate on a track with Wyclef Jean.
“Welcome to Earth” 3:01 Disney + (new series) – Explore the greatest wonders of the Earth with Will Smith on an extraordinary and once in a lifetime adventure across the world.
“Christmas around the world” 8 p.m. the CW – Dean Cain and Laura McKenzie will take you for a stroll through the beautiful streets of London, the origin of the quintessential Christmas story, “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. They will transport you to Australia to attend the “Santa On The Run” event, ski indoors in Dubai, watch the penguins come to the shore in South Africa, party outdoors with bonfires in Spain and celebrate for almost a month in Mexico.
“Chicago Med” 8 p.m. NBC – The outcome of Will’s investigation weighs heavily on his mind as he works with Dylan to save a 4 month old patient.
“Survivor” 8 p.m. CBS – Ricard continues to hang on, but he may need to win some immunity challenges to advance to the final.
“Chicago Fire” 9pm NBC – Gallo, Violet and Ritter launch their microbrewery business at Winterfest. Brett prepares to present his paramedical program to an oversight committee.
“CMT’s A Tennessee Kind of Christmas” at 9:00 p.m. CMT – Amy Grant, Billy Ray Cyrus, Clay Walker, Pam Tillis, Steve Wariner, Tracy Lawrence, Wynonna and mother-daughter duo Sara and Olivia Evans.
“Tough as Nails” 9 p.m. CBS (Season 1 finale) – The last four are aiming for victory.
“CSI: Vegas” 10 p.m. CBS (Season 1 finale) – When David Hodges goes missing, the entire CSI team searches for any evidence that might help locate him.
“And just like that” 3:01 am HBO Max (new series) – Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte navigate the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s.
“Housewives of the North Pole” 03:01 Peacock – Trish and Diana are two friends who have won the local best vacation home decorating contest for the past nine years, but days before Christmas, an argument ending the friendship sparks a row across town and attracts the attention of a national magazine editor hoping to make a name for himself with his scintillating exhibit titled “Real Housewives of the North Pole.”
“The Blacklist” 8pm NBC – The task force is investigating a therapist who could be the key to the resurgence of an organized crime family.
“Young Sheldon” 8 p.m. CBS – Sheldon gets science and has to learn not to think.
“Station 19 ″ 8 pm ABC – Vic and Jack lean on each other as they deal with the loss of Dean while Ben and Bailey try to convince Dean’s parents to allow them to raise Pru.
“Walker” 8pm the CW – Micki candidly tells Trey about his past and they wonder what it means to them in the future.
“Grey’s Anatomy” 9 p.m. ABC – Dr. Hamilton vent his frustrations on Meredith, so Nick gives her a chance to let off steam by rubbing up for an operation.
“Law & Order: SVU” 9 p.m. NBC – Carisi judges Richard Wheatley for the murder of Kathy Stabler.
“Ghosts” 9:01 pm CBS – Hetty accidentally owns Jay’s body as he and Sam are about to show Woodstone Mansion to a famous wedding planner.
“Taurus” 10 p.m. CBS – Bull needs a Christmas miracle when he takes on a young sports agency assistant tasked with supplying a star client with deadly drugs.
“Law & Order: Organized Crime” 10 p.m. CBS – When Eli goes missing, Stabler asks Benson and the task force to help him find his son. Wheatley reflects on his future.
“Meeting” 00:01 am Amazon – A decorated Marine goes on a rescue mission to save his two young sons from a mysterious threat. As their journey takes them in increasingly dangerous directions, the boys will have to put their childhoods behind them.
“The Expanse” 12:01 am Amazon (sixth and final season) – Earth is in ruins and continues to bring down asteroids and the Belt is largely under the control of Marco’s Free Navy.
“The Shrink Next Door” 00:01 Apple TV + – Marty is considering moving his business to New Jersey, but is that a border that even Dr. Ike can’t cross?
“Swagger” 00:01 Apple TV + – Ike and Jace put aside their differences to take on an old rival who stands between them and the Nationals.
“Two” 3:01 am Netflix – Two strangers wake up to find their abdomens have been sewn together, and are even more shocked when they learn who is behind their horrific ordeal.
“How to Ruin Christmas 2 ″ 3:01 am Netflix (start of season two) – Prodigal daughter Tumi tries to work things out.
“Anonymously yours” 3:01 am Netflix – After an accidental text message turns into a digital friendship, Vale and Alex begin to love each other without realizing that they have met in real life.
“The unforgivable” 3:01 am Netflix – Ruth Slater (Sandra Bullock) is released from prison after serving time for a violent crime and attempting to re-enter society. She must try to rebuild her life in a world that refuses to forgive her past.
“Back in the Outback” 3:01 am Netflix – Tired of being locked in a reptile house where humans stare at them like monsters, some of Australia’s deadliest creatures are planning a daring escape from the zoo.
“Saturday Morning All-Star Hits” 3:01 am Netflix – Twin hosts Skip and Treybor go on a (fake) Saturday morning cartoon tour of the 1980s and 1990s.
“SWAT” 8 p.m. CBS – When an undocumented woman is violently abducted, the team forms an unlikely alliance in an attempt to bring her home alive
“Shark Tank” 8 p.m. ABC – Holiday cheer heads to the Tank when four entrepreneurs attempt to glean cash and strike a deal with the Sharks with their list of locations and seasonally appropriate products.
“Magnum PI” 9 p.m. CBS – A Christmas Eve ransomware attack on the Honolulu Police Department forces Lia to reveal a family secret to Magnum and Katsumoto.
“Blue Blood” 10 p.m. CBS – Frank enlists an old friend, Sloane Thompson, to investigate a cyberattack on the NYPD that forces Danny and Baez to free an evasive suspect.
“Saturday Night Live” 11:29 PM Saturday NBC – Billie Eilish is the host and singer.
“70th Miss Universe Contest” 7pm Sunday Fox – Steve Harvey is back as host.
“Power Book II: Ghost” 8 p.m. Sunday Starz – Davis questions references from Tariq clients; Cane finds Brayden eager to prove himself and gives him the chance to win real money;
“Yellowstone” 8 p.m. Sunday Paramount – No info available for the moment on the seventh episode of the season.
“Dexter: New Blood” 9 p.m. Sunday Showtime –Someone discovered Jim Lindsay’s secret identity, which led Dexter to realize that he might not be the only serial killer in town.
“Succession” 9 p.m. Sunday HBO (Season 3 finale) – The title of the episode is “All the Bells Say”.
“The Rookie” 10 p.m. ABC – Desperate to break free from his connection with Elijah, Wesley tries to plant a listening device in his office to incriminate him.
“Insecure” 10:07 PM Sunday HBO – Issa Dee, Molly and the others are still trying to figure out who and what comes next in their lives.
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” 10:37 p.m. Sunday HBO – The title of this episode is “What have I done?”