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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

5:30 PM:
Edge of Tomorrow movie on TNT

6 PM:
Under the Autumn Moon movie on Hallmark Channel (Reair)
Back to the Future movie on Syfy

6:55 PM:
Taken 3 movie on FXM

7 PM:
Picture Perfect Mysteries: Exit Stage Death movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (Reair)

7:03 PM:
The American President movie on Starz

8 PM:
Devils on The CW (NEW)
A Country Wedding movie on Hallmark Channel (Reair)
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey movie on BBC America
Road House movie on ThisTV
Road House movie on TMC

8:30 PM:
Back to the Future, Part II movie on Syfy

9 PM:
Coroner on The CW (NEW)
Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Reunited and It Feels So Deadly movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (Encore)
Red Sparrow movie on FXM
Schindler’s List movie on Showtime
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) movie on Starz

10 PM:
Road House movie on Paramount Network
The Terminator movie on ThisTV

Enjoy!

It was a night filled with some comedy, some repeats and an overload of reality, but there were three Monday night dramas airing new episodes on the major networks last night.

Here is how those three Monday night dramas fared in the overall ratings last week:

8 PM Show:
L.A.’s Finest (FOX) [NEW] – 3.3 million viewers

9 PM Show:
Filthy Rich (FOX) [NEW] – 1.8 million viewers

10 PM Show:
Manhunt: Deadly Games (CBS) [NEW] – 1.4 million viewers

What did you watch on TV last night. Please share.

The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries holiday movie Christmas Tree Lane will debut on October 24 at 9 PM.

Music store owner Meg (Alicia Witt) spearheads the community effort to save the Christmas Tree Lane shopping district from demolition. As she finds herself falling for Nate (Andrew Walker), a recent acquaintance, she’s thrown when she learns his surprising tie to the developer.

Here is a trailer for Christmas Tree Lane:

On October 24, the Hallmark Channel holiday movie Jingle Bell Bride will debut at 8 PM.

Wedding planner Jessica Perez (Julie Gonzalo) travels to a remote town in Alaska to find a rare flower for a celebrity client and is charmed by the small town during Christmas, as well as the handsome local (Ronnie Rowe Jr.) helping her.

Here is a trailer for Jingle Bell Bride:

On October 24, the holiday movie Christmas Unwrapped will debut on Lifetime at 8 PM.

The movie follows Charity (Amber Stevens West), an ambitious reporter, who learns the true meaning of Christmas when she investigates Erik Gallagher (Marco Grazzini), a beloved member of the town who insists all the gifts he provides are from none-other than Santa himself.

Cheryl Ladd also stars.

There is no trailer for the movie, unfortunately.

Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

5 PM:
Logan movie on FX

5:55 PM:
Downton Abbey movie on HBO 2

6 PM:
You’re Bacon Me Crazy movie on Hallmark Channel (Encore)

6:30 PM:
Peppermint movie on Showtime 2

7 PM:
Matchmaker Mysteries: A Killer Engagement movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (Reair)

7:30 PM:
The Bourne Ultimatum movie on TNT

8 PM:
Swamp Thing on The CW (NEW)
A Valentine’s Match movie on Hallmark Channel (Encore)
The Magnificent Seven (2016) movie on A&E

8:15 PM:
Legally Blonde movie on Showtime 2

9 PM:
Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Three Bedrooms, One Corpse movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (Reair)

10 PM:
The Good Lord Bird on Showtime (Encore)

10:01 PM:
Transplant on NBC (NEW)
Titanic movie on Starz
The Bourne Identity movie on TNT

Enjoy!

Last night’s primetime line-up was filled with lots of sports, some news, some reality and some repeats as well as game shows. There was only one Sunday night drama airing a new episode.

Here is how that lone Sunday night drama fared in the overall ratings last week:

8 PM Show:
Pandora (The CW) [NEW] – 407,000 viewers

What did you watch on TV last night. Please share.

On October 23, the Lifetime holiday movie Christmas on Ice will debut at 8 PM.

Courtney Bennett (Abigail Klein from Code Black), a former US figure skating hopeful, runs the city’s public skating rink but when the Mayor announces its closing, Courtney is heartbroken but determined to save it. After Courtney’s attempts to warm the Mayor’s Scrooge-like heart fail, she enlists the help of Noah Tremblay (Ryan Cooper from Eye Candy), a former professional hockey player and single dad, who owns the new indoor skating center, to help her, and together they find more than just the spirit of holidays on the ice.

Here is a trailer for It’s a Wonderful Lifetime, featuring clips from some of this year’s holiday movies:

The Netflix 6-episode mini-series The Queen’s Gambit will debut online on October 23.

During the Cold War era, an orphaned chess prodigy (Anya Taylor-Joy) struggles with addiction on a quest to become the greatest player in the world.

The cast includes Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Harry Melling.

Here is a trailer for The Queen’s Gambit:

Here is the list of the programming options to expect on TV this coming week:

On October 19, the season finale of The Third Day will air on HBO at 9 PM.

The movie Rebecca will debut on Netflix on October 21. A young newlywed arrives at her husband’s imposing family estate on a windswept English coast and finds herself battling the shadow of his first wife, Rebecca, whose legacy lives on in the house long after her death. The cast includes Lily James, Armie Hammer, Kristin Scott Thomas, Keeley Hawes and Ann Dowd.

On October 22, the box office movie Roald Dahl’s The Witches (that was to be released in theatres) will actually debut on HBO Max. The movie tells the story of a young boy (Jahzir Bruno and voiced by Chris Rock as an adult) who stumbles upon a secret coven of witches, and, with the help of his loving grandmother (Octavia Spencer), must try to foil their evil plan to turn all the world’s children into mice. The cast includes Anne Hathaway as the menacing Grand High Witch, Kristin Chenoweth and Stanley Tucci.

The Netflix 6-episode mini-series The Queen’s Gambit will debut online on October 23. During the Cold War era, an orphaned chess prodigy (Anya Taylor-Joy) struggles with addiction on a quest to become the greatest player in the world. The cast includes Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Harry Melling.

Also on October 23, the Lifetime holiday movie Christmas on Ice will debut at 8 PM. Courtney Bennett (Abigail Klein), a former US figure skating hopeful, runs the city’s public skating rink but when the Mayor announces its closing, Courtney is heartbroken but determined to save it. After Courtney’s attempts to warm the Mayor’s Scrooge-like heart fail, she enlists the help of Noah Tremblay (Ryan Cooper), a former professional hockey player and single dad, who owns the new indoor skating center, to help her, and together they find more than just the spirit of holidays on the ice.

The holiday movie Christmas Unwrapped will debut on Lifetime on October 24 at 8 PM. The movie follows Charity (Amber Stevens West), an ambitious reporter, who learns the true meaning of Christmas when she investigates Erik Gallagher (Marco Grazzini), a beloved member of the town who insists all the gifts he provides are from none-other than Santa himself. Cheryl Ladd also stars.

Also on October 24, the Hallmark Channel holiday movie Jingle Bell Bride will debut at 8 PM. Wedding planner Jessica Perez (Julie Gonzalo) travels to a remote town in Alaska to find a rare flower for a celebrity client and is charmed by the small town during Christmas, as well as the handsome local (Ronnie Rowe Jr.) helping her.

The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries holiday movie Christmas Tree Lane will debut on October 24 at 9 PM. Music store owner Meg (Alicia Witt) spearheads the community effort to save the Christmas Tree Lane shopping district from demolition. As she finds herself falling for Nate (Andrew Walker), a recent acquaintance, she’s thrown when she learns his surprising tie to the developer.

On October 25, the PBS series Flesh and Blood will air it season finale at 9 PM.

The movie Forever Christmas [also known as Mr. 365 as shown on Passionflix] will debut on Lifetime on October 25 at 8 PM. When workaholic reality TV producer Sophie (Chelsea Hobbs) starts working on a holiday-season show about Will (Christopher Russell), a wildly sexy guy who celebrates Christmas every day of the year, she finds herself falling for her mysterious, unlikely new star, renewing her long-lost faith in Christmas in the process.

On October 25, Chateau Christmas will debut on the Hallmark Channel at 8 PM. Margot (Merritt Patterson), a world-renowned pianist, returns to Chateau Newhaus to spend the holidays with her family and is reunited with an ex (Luke Macfarlane) who helps her rediscover her passion for music.

The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie Deliver by Christmas will debut on October 25 at 9 PM. Bakery owner Molly (Alvina August) meets Josh (Eion Bailey), a widower who recently moved to town with his young son, but she is also charmed by a mysterious client whom she’s never met in person and doesn’t realize that they’re the same man.

Lastly, also on October 25, the 6-episode HBO limited series The Undoing will debut at 9 PM. The series follows Grace (Nicole Kidman) and Jonathan Fraser (Hugh Grant), who are living the only lives they ever wanted for themselves. Overnight, a chasm opens in their lives: a violent death and a chain of terrible revelations. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create another for her child and her family. The cast includes Donald Sutherland, Edgar Ramirez, Lily Rabe and Ismael Cruz Cordova.

Mark your calendars