What to See Thanksgiving Week 2022: Welcome to Chippendales Wednesday and a Royal Corgi Christmas

Happy Thanksgiving week everyone! Or as I like to call it, the official arrival of the cozy TV season. It’s a chance to eat all the leftovers and curl up on the couch to watch all your nostalgic favorites while taking advantage of the great holiday deals.

But even with the typical Thanksgiving staples (the parade, iconic Christmas movies), plenty of new series are also premiering this week. Welcome to Chippendales starring Kumail Nanjiani premieres on Hulu, about the empire of male nudity. It has shirtless men, crime, and an all-star cast. There’s also Wednesday on Netflix, which sounds like it would have been perfect for a Halloween premiere, but hey, Thanksgiving week works too.

Meanwhile, Hallmark debuts A Royal Corgi Christmas, which I can’t wait to see based on the title alone. And if you’re looking to catch up on other shows heading into the holiday season, now is the time to binge. Restart on Hulu, which I called the best new comedy series of the year when it first premiered in September, as well as Bear (also on Hulu), which feels appropriate as we head into the season of dining out and family gatherings.

With that, happy Thanksgiving, and we’ll see you here Sunday for firefly lane second season, a love, actually anniversary retrospective, and more.

Sunday, November 20

american music awards (ABC): The AMAs, the most fan-voted show celebrating top achievements in achievements, airs live tonight from Los Angeles and will feature performances by Carrie Underwood, Imagine Dragons, P!nk and more. Speaking of P!nk, he will also be performing a special tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John. For his part, Lionel Richie will receive the Icon Award. Stevie Wonder, Charlie Puth and Ari Lennox will sing a medley of hits in tribute to the singer, best known for hits like “All Night Long,” “Hello,” “Dancing on the Ceiling” and more. Bad Bunny has eight nominations, while Beyoncé, Drake and Taylor Swift each have six. Adele, Harry Styles and The Weeknd have five nominations. Wayne Brady Presents. 8 pm ET/7 pm CT, and available the next day on Hulu

Elton John Live: Dodger Stadium Farewell (Disney+): It was 1975 and at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles when Elton John gave his iconic performance that made him a world star. Tonight, he’ll hit the front circle when he takes his North American bow in this special three-hour concert, streamed live exclusively on Disney+. Special guests include Dua Lipa, Kiki Dee and Brandi Carlile. Could Britney Spears make her return to the stage for “Hold Me Closer”? We’ll have to tune in to find out. 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT


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