The zombies are gathering and threatening to destroy everything they see as Hollywood Foreign Press Association give out its annual TV & movie awards. Also, AMC’s The Walking Dead returns. What pairs better with a pandemic than getting lost in a post-apocalyptic world.
The Walking Dead [AMC, 9p]
It’s back. Alpha has been dealt with. Maggie is back, but Negan is hanging with the good guys so how will maggie react? Well that’s the $10,000 question. If you tuned out of the Walking Dead seasons ago it is worth catching up on
Don’t Waste Your Pretty [TV One, 8p]
Jeanné (Deborah Joy Winans) is healing from a recent divorce and wondering if she can trust herself and her heart again. Luckily, she has her close crew of friends to help navigate life and love with. Based on the novel of the same name by Demetria L. Lucas.
The Great North [Fox, 8:30p]
While this animated show set in rural Alaska may not have hit its stride yet, it’s blessed with an astounding voice cast including Nick Offerman, Aparna Nancherla, Dulce Sloan, Jenny Slate, and Paul Rust (whose Ham Tobin may be the Tina Belcher of this bunch) so it’s worth sticking with it until it inevitably does. Tonight, father Beef and only daughter Judy both awkwardly attempt to get back in the dating scene at a meat auction/singles mixer. Judy’s gonna have a lot to talk with her imaginary friend Alanis Morrissette tonight.
BUT, WAIT, THERE’S MORE:
- It’s the award show that’s mostly popular for people speculating on the Oscars and Emmys! The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be hosted this year by Tina Fey & Amy Poehler, broadcast on NBC, the home of Liz Lemon & Leslie Knope.
- Reelz continues to morph into Kurt Loder’s wet dream as tonight’s musical documentaries profile two hitmakers with Madonna: Story of Her Songs and Rod Stewart: Story of His Songs.
- If AMC’s walkers have you so riled up you need an hour to talk about it–or at least hear minor celebrities and cast members talk about it, there will be an episode of Chris Hardwick’s Talking Dead.
- It’s a food show where the contestants are not judged by culinary creations, but by how effectively and passionately they defend their favorite dishes (as determined by host Sunny Anderson. It’s My Fave vs. Your Fave on the Cooking Channel.
- The third season of TLC’s Seeking Sister Wife sees two families remain while three new families are introduced. We’re sure you get the idea that they’re all polygamists.
- Lifetime and Hallmark have taken the night off from new movies, but if you want the basic experience of being sucked into the Lifetime-Hallmark Vortex, don’t fear as UPtv has your back with the tale of two chefs who may or may not (but definitely will) fall in love in Hint of Love.