DON’T MISS: “The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards” – After a six-year hiatus, fun women Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return very welcome tonight to co-host the often laid-back and lively celebration of film and film TV highlights. “Mank” leads the nominees on the film side, while “The Crown” leads the TV competitors – six nominations each. Among the highlights of the night: Jane Fonda receives the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award for her significant contributions to the entertainment industry. (5:00 p.m. PT; 8:00 p.m. ET Sunday, NBC)
SUNDAY: “The Walking Dead” returns to kick off the final six episodes of Season 10, with the first focus on Maggie, who returned last October is to defeat the Whisperers. The brutal trials she went through outside of Hilltop have made her tough, and this is a big concern to Negan, the man who killed her husband. (9pm, AMC).
MONDAY: “The Voice” is back on its landmark 20th season (in 10 years) when Nick Jonas reclaims his red chair along with fellow coaching fellows Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton . As always, they start with the blind auditions. (8 p.m., NBC).
MONDAY: Get ready for an extraordinary science fiction thriller. In “Debris”, two agents from different continents – and with very different styles – have to work together to salvage scattered debris from an alien spaceship. Each fragment has unpredictable, powerful, and sometimes dangerous effects on the people who find it. (10 p.m., NBC).
TUESDAY: Early in season seven of “The Flash,” an experiment to save Barry’s fading speed misfires, leading to a dangerous plan drawn up by Nash Wells. Meanwhile, Iris makes a startling discovery on the Mirrorverse, and Cecile meets Rosa Dillon (8 p.m., The CW).
TUESDAY: At the start of the third season of “New Amsterdam”, the hospital staff is already (and still) off Pandemic affected. … And then a plane crashes into the East River. (10pm, NBC).
WEDNESDAY: Though best known as a member of New Kids on the Block, Jonathan Knight will share his renovation skills on Farmhouse Fixer. It’s a new series in the Knight who has renovated 200+ homes and meticulously restored centuries-old New England farmhouses that deserve a second chance. (9 p.m., HGTV).
WEDNESDAY: “Murder Among the Mormons” is a three-part documentary reminiscent of a series of pipe bomb explosions in 1985 that killed two people and seriously injured another in Salt Lake City . The crime rocked the epicenter of the LDS Church and aroused fear among Mormon parishioners. (Netflix).
THURSDAY: In a spirited episode of “Hell’s Kitchen”, the nine remaining chefs face the infamous “Blind Taste Test” challenge. Later, it’s steak evening in the dining room, as one team excels and the other doesn’t sizzle. (8 p.m., Fox). Related articles
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FRIDAY: Prepare to say goodbye to “Wynonna Earp”. The supernatural western is kicking off its last six episodes, but our lively title character still has plenty of demons to hunt down and lives in the town of Purgatory to save them. (10pm, Syfy).
SATURDAY: Based on a book about true crime by Ann Rule, the film “Circle of Deception” focuses on a small island community that is turned upside down when a local businessman has a day found dead after Christmas. Was the killer his estranged wife complaining about domestic violence – or someone else? (8 p.m., lifetime).