It’s also airing the Golden Globes ceremony in January, where host Seth Meyers will no doubt continue the recent time-honored tradition of taunting our Commander-in-Chief., there are several programs to remind us that this year marks the 25th anniversary of cult leader David Koresh’s months-long standoff with authorities.
Just one example: Taylor Kitsch plays him in a miniseries that will air on the soon-to-be rebranded Paramount Network (aka the channel you’ll know as Spike until January 18). (Science) The new series offers a deep dive into the building of some of the world's most important superstructures, be it an underwater sea wall designed to save Venice, Italy, from flooding or a new retractable roof stadium in Atlanta.
(Shudder) It’s the second season of director Henrik Björn’s eerie, Nordic tale.
We find detective Eva Thornblad (Moa Gammel) returning to her old job in Stockholm, where she attempts to put the past behind her. (ID) The network has partnered with novelist James Patterson on this endeavor.
(Netflix) The new season of the heartwarming series will continue to follow nurse, veteran and single mom Penelope (Justina Machado) as she struggles to raise two kids with the help of her larger-than-life mother (Rita Moreno).Silicon Valley: The Untold Story (Science) This three-part documentary series looks at how this Northern California neighborhood became synonymous with all things tech.(Netflix) The period drama, which is set in 1920s Berlin, follows a detective Gereon Rath (Volker Bruch), investigating Russian mafia-run a porn ring. ) Actress-activist Rose Mc Gowan gives the Keeping Up with the Kardashians producers access to her personal life as she prepares for the launch of her memoir, Brave.Each self-contained episode of this true-crime story will live on screen and within the pages of Patterson’s strategically co-branded Book Shots.(TV One) Viola Davis executive produces and narrates this four-part documentary series that examines both sides of the story in the fatal police-related deaths of Eric Garner, Ezell Ford, John Crawford, and Sandra Bland.(Comedy Central) New and returning guest stars for the third season of Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome’s period comedy include Michael Ian Black, Jon Daly, Jemaine Clement, Andy Kindler, Patton Oswalt, and Chelsea Peretti.