“Annie Live! “, Alec Baldwin Speaks, Drag Queens Sing and Steal Christmas, a” Ghosts “superfan

Live-action TV musical returns with new NBC star Annie adaptation. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos lands front page interview with Alec Baldwin about accidental fatal shooting on set Rust. Drag queens are all the rage in a new song contest and campy Christmas movie. CBS ‘ Ghosts welcomes a superfan of the singer from Jazz Age Alberta.

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Annie live!

The sun will rise at night when a new Annie takes center stage, as the live-action TV musical returns in a new adaptation of the Broadway hit and film. Discovered 12-year-old Celina Smith is the brave orphan who charms Daddy Warbucks (Harry Connick Jr. in a bald hat) while escaping the ploys of the infamous Miss Hannigan (Empire‘s Taraji P. Henson, hammering). Tituss Burgess (Rooster), Megan Hilty (Lily) and Nicole Scherzinger (Grace) fill the other lead roles. You bet your last dollar that it’s something the family can enjoy together.

Alec Baldwin 20/20 ABC News

ABC News


ABC NewsGeorge Stephanopoulos and his production company land a major exclusive interview as Hello america the co-host talks with Alec Baldwin about the fatal accidental shooting on the set of his movie Western, Rust. (ABC 20/20 will feature the interview, along with additional reporting on events on the struggling film set, in a two-hour edition next week, December 10.)

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Queen of the universe

From the producers of the Emmy-winning film RuPaul’s Drag Race comes a global singing competition featuring the world’s most accomplished drag queens representing their countries in one-on-one (and no doubt beautifully styled) performances. British talk show host Graham Norton greets, with a ‘Pop Diva Panel’ of judges including Drag raceby Michelle Visage, singer-actress Vanessa Williams, drag superstar Trixie Mattel and pop star Leona Lewis.

The bitch who stole Christmas


The bitch who stole Christmas

It’s time for the drag world to have its own holiday movie, and this festival is full of them. RuPaul stars alongside such wild figures as Ginger Minj, Brooke Lynn Hytes, Peppermint, Latrick Royale, Gottmik, Morgan McMichaels, Porkchop, Heidi N Closet, Manila Luzon, Mayhem Miller, Pandora Boxx, Raven and many more in the the story of a fashion journalist (Krysta Rodriguez) who visits a small town obsessed with Christmas and discovers all kinds of fierce intrigues around a “winter ball” competition. No less an icon that Charo is also showing off for fun!

Ghosts Season 1 Danielle Pinnock as Alberta



Another ghost gets its moment to shine in this sparkling supernatural comedy. The spirit diva of the Alberta jazz era (Danielle Pinnock) may be gone, but she’s not been forgotten – at least not by nerdy superfan Todd (Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll), who arrives at the mansion to dig deeper. his story at the site of his mysterious death. When Todd begs to sleep, Sam (Rose McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) put themselves to the test to test their insight as bed and breakfast hosts.

Star Trek: Discovery, Sonequa Martin-Green

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Star Trek: Discovery

When ninja bandits kill a Starfleet officer during a dilithium heist, Michael (Sonequa Martin-Green) reunites with his mother Gabrielle (Sonja Sohn) as Discovery The captain and Tilly (Mary Wiseman) go on a mission to seek justice. It’s a very emotional episode, with Book (David Ajala) seeking a cathartic closure as he helps Stamets (Anthony Rapp) investigate the anomaly that destroyed his home planet, while Adira (Blu del Barrio) Anxiously watches over his symbiote Trill Gray (Ian Alexander), who is being transferred into a synthetic human form that anyone can see.

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Inside Thursday TV:

  • The pact (airs on Sundance Now): A six-part Welsh thriller leads four brewery workers into cover-up when their young boss is found dead. To complicate matters: one of the group’s husbands is a police officer investigating the mysterious death.
  • Music box: listen to Kenny G (8 / 7c, HBO): His jazz might be smooth, but chart-topping saxophonist Kenny G’s critical reputation is, say, rock. This documentary by director Penny Lane probes the minds of music critics, academics and the musician himself to examine its global appeal.
  • B Positive (9:30 a.m. / 8:30 a.m., CBS): When Gina (Annaleigh Ashford) brings her shaggy dog ​​to the retirement home, the dog becomes an instant hit with the elderly. His kidney receiver Drew (Thomas Middleditch), meanwhile, is gearing up for his new start, which involves crossing the country in a motorhome.
  • Taurus (10 / 9c, CBS): On the eve of his own jury tampering trial, jury consultant Bull (Michael Weatherly) dares to deactivate false jurors. Worse, his wife Izzy (Yara Martinez) could be involved in the alleged bribe.
  • The great balloon bomb invasion (streaming on discovery +): An intriguing side note to WWII history involves thousands of bomb-rigged balloons sent across the Pacific by the Japanese in 1944 and 1945, resulting in death in Oregon. Only 300 of the explosive balloons have been recovered, and this special documentary follows the high-tech search for the missing artillery.

A Blizzard of Holiday Treats:

  • Single until the end (streaming on Netflix): Ugly BettyMichael Urie’s Michael Urie stars in a romantic same-sex vacation comedy as a bachelor who tricks his boyfriend (Philemon Chambers) into pretending to be her beau on a trip home to see his family, including stage thieves Kathy Najimy and Jennifer Coolidge (The white lotus) like his mother and aunt.
  • Christmas business 2 (streaming on BET +): Daphne Maxwell Reid stars in a film directed by her husband Tim Reid (WRKP in Cincinnati) about a family trying to move on and find a holiday spirit after losing their father.
  • A Christmas village romance (8 / 7c, Lifetime): A more conventional holiday flick sends a novelist (Jeni Ross) to a struggling pioneer village where she uses her fame to host a Christmas gala.
  • Cook in the oven (streaming on Peacock): Saturday Night Live veterans Andy Samberg and Maya Rudolph are prank hosts and executive producers of a holiday-themed baking contest hosted by the creators of NBC’s equally charming do it. In a twist, the judges for each challenge are real grandmothers, who as we all know make great bakers.
  • sweet plum twist (streaming on Hallmark Movies Now): Law and Order: SVU‘s Jamie Gray Hyder stars in a ballet-themed film about an aspiring dancer who decides to give a Latin twist to the Sugar Plum fairy dance after she turned down the role in the annual event Nutcracker
  • Santa Claus Inc. (Streaming on HBO Max): Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen provide vocals in an eight-part animated series about an ambitious elf (Silverman) who aims to become the first female Santa Claus.
  • Rugrats (Airs on Paramount +): A special holiday episode “Traditions” honors each of the gang’s family traditions, from Hannukah to Christmas to Las Posadas.
  • Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (8 / 7c, ABC): From the land of brand extensions, ABC repeats this lively 2017 Frozen spin-off, follow-up to 2014 Toy Story that time forgot.
  • Mickey and Minnie wish a Christmas (7 / 6c, Disney Junior): The legendary mouse couple and their friends – separated all over the world on Christmas Eve – try to reunite.

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