Hulu's groundbreaking series about a self-proclaimed fat woman, Annie, trying to navigate her love life and career in a body-shaming world is back for more feels, laughs, and important conversations.
Bring It On meets Black Swan in this series about two teens whose friendship is tested after their new cheer coach comes in looking to ready the squad for an elite competition. It's based on the thrilling Megan Abbott book of the same name.
There's also the eighth season of Bravo's Vanderpump Rules to look forward to, not to mention the final season of Homeland—and the final episode of The Good Place. (We'll miss you, Ted Danson! ) Nearly freezing weather now doesn't seem so bad, right?
NBC's official description of this new series sounds perfectly whimsical: “Jane Levy stars in this high-concept drama as Zoey Clarke, a whip-smart computer coder forging her way in San Francisco.
Set 10 years after the original show took place, this revival reunites fan-favorite characters with new players—all of whom are still trying to navigate life and love in Los Angeles. 10 p. m.
There's so much drama packed into season eight: Stassi and Kristen's frayed friendship, Jax and Brittany's wedding, Stassi's engagement to Beau. The list goes on and on.
Ahhh, yes, your favorite time-traveling show is coming back—with, fingers crossed, double the amount of romantic scenes. (Hey, we can dream, right? © 2019 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Lucy Hale stars in this Riverdale spin-off as Katy, an aspiring fashion designer who attempts to make her dreams come true in New York City—all while balancing love, friendship, and, hopefully, some Veronica Lodge cameos. 8 p. m.
Claire Danes has won two Emmys and two Golden Globes for her portrayal of Carrie Mathison in this hit drama, which will air its eighth and final season starting in February.
Expect follow-ups on all the major developments from season five: Moira's movie drama, Alexis and Ted's Galapagos journey, plus David and Patrick's engagement. 9 p. m.
The final season of this beloved show is coming in January.
It all comes down to this: the 90-minute series finale, which Bell told Collider is “a punch in the gut. " “It’s an incredibly worthy ending.
Abigail Spencer stars in this new thriller series, which centers on a woman who seeks revenge on a group of men after they leave her for dead.
They'll make the colder months fly by. https://t.co/ydZ87TIX5q— Glamour (@glamourmag) November 28, 2019
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