Here is a list of programming option to expect on TV this coming week:
On November 15, the sixth and final season of Teen Wolf will premiere on MTV at 9 PM followed by the debut of the new drama Sweet/Vicious at 10 PM. Newcomers Taylor Dearden and Eliza Bennett star in this offbeat superhero story that focuses on the two girls who are hell-bent on bringing justice to those who get away with abuse on their college campus, Jules and Ophelia take on double lives as wannabe vigilantes.
The new TNT series Good Behavior will also on debut on November 15 at 9 PM, airing back-to-back episodes. Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary) stars very much against type as Letty Dobesh, a thief and con artist, who is released from prison and reunited with her 10-year-old son, who is being raised by her mother. While she regularly sees her substance-abuse counselor, whose motives for helping her are questionable, she soon overhears a hitman being hired to kill a man’s wife and sets out to prevent it, which puts her on a collision course with the killer to the point of starting a relationship with him.
Also on November 15, the USA Network series Shooter, based on the best-selling novel by Stephen Hunter and the 2007 film that starred Mark Wahlberg, will debut at 10 PM. Ryan Phillippe (Secrets and Lies) takes over the lead role in the story that follows the courageous journey of Bob Lee Swagger, a highly-decorated ex-marine sniper who is coaxed back into action after he learns about a plot to kill the President. The cast includes Cynthia Addai-Robinson (Arrow and The Accountant), David Marciano (Due South and Homeland), Omar Epps (House and Resurrection), Shantel VanSanten (The Messengers and The Flash) and Tembi Locke (Eureka).
The new DirecTV crime drama Ice will debut on November 16 at 8 PM. This high-impact, serialized crime drama follows the Green Family, as they plunge into the underbelly of the Los Angeles diamond trade. Jake (Cam Gigandet from The O.C. and Burlesque) and Freddy (Jeremy Sisto from Suburgatory) are half-brothers brought together by their father Isaac (Raymond J. Barry from Justified and The 100), the patriarch behind G&G Diamonds and their uncle Cam (Ray Winstone from The Departed). After wildcard Freddy kills a prominent diamond dealer, his brother Jake must bail him out and save the family business from a crime lord of the Los Angeles diamond trade (Judith Shekoni from Heroes Reborn). Jake must endure all of this while maneuvering amongst jewelry thugs, blood diamond deals, false certificates, the Feds, and Pieter Van De Bruin (veteran actor Donald Sutherland), a ruthless Afrikaanz diamond merchant who now heads up an Antwerp-based diamond cartel with the same cutthroat skills he applied as a surgeon in the South African armed forces.
On November 16 and November 17, the new BBC America series Undercover will have a two-night premiere at 8 PM both nights. This six-part series, which stars Sophie Okonedo (Hotel Rwanda) and Dennis Haysbert (24), is a bold political thriller told through a family on the brink of destruction. Pulled from factual events in UK history, the series tackles hot buttons issues including government espionage and race relations to weave a tale of corruption, betrayal, and miscarriages of justice.
The Hallmark Channel movie My Christmas Dream will debut on November 19 at 9 PM. Christina Masters (Danica McKellar), the manager of McDougal’s flagship department store, is determined to land the manager position for their new Paris location. She sets out to impress Victoria (soap veteran Deidre Hall), the store’s owner, by creating the best holiday display in McDougal’s history. Fresh out of inspiration despite assuring Victoria otherwise, Christina turns to a recently-fired store employee (David Haydn-Jones from made-for-TV movies Bridal Wave and A Cookie Cutter Christmas) who also happens to be a talented artist and single dad. As they work side-by-side, the business relationship becomes personal and she finds herself falling in love.
On November 20, the third season of The Affair will premiere on Showtime at 10 PM.
A December Bride is the latest Hallmark Channel movie to debut on November 20 at 9 PM. Based on the book by bestselling author Denise Hunter, aspiring interior designer Layla O’Reilly (Jessica Lowndes from 90210) is dreading the Christmastime wedding of her cousin who’s marrying Layla’s ex-fiancé. Although Seth Murphy (Daniel Lissing from When Calls the Heart) is the one responsible for introducing the bride and groom, she begrudgingly accepts his offer to be her date as she’s out of options. Seth gets carried away at the reception and announces they’re engaged, forcing a mortified Layla to keep up the pretense. But as the faux couple spends more time together they find themselves feeling something very real.
Also on November 20, the third season of The Librarians will premiere on TNT at 8 PM.
The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie Operation Christmas will also debut on November 20 at 9 PM. As her new romance blossoms, a single mother is dismayed when her boyfriend, a military sergeant, is deployed right before Christmas. Determined to not let it ruin the holidays for her and her children they decide to give back to the struggling military families on his base and, as their efforts go viral, they are rewarded in ways they never imagined. The cast includes Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica and Lucifer) and Marc Blucas (Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Necessary Roughness).
Mark your calendars!