Subject: Today's premieres and other notes (Friday, Nov. 10)
Blazing Transfer Students [new; complete season 1] (3:01
Eight-episode, live-action adaptation of the Hono no Tenkosei manga.
Featuring the boys of Johnny's West, a gang of zany transfer students
are recruited for a mysterious mission ordained by their shadowy principal.
Dinotrux Supercharged [new; complete season 1] (3:01 am,
Glitter Force Doki Doki (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)
The Killer [aka O Matador] (movie) (3:01 am, Netflix)
In lawless badlands, reclusive Cabeleira sets out to discover the fate
of his gunman father and grows to be a feared assassin himself. The
first Netflix original film produced in Brazil.
Mea Culpa (Alexis de Anda) (comedy special) (3:01 am, Netflix)
Lady Dynamite (complete season 2) (3:01 am, Netflix)
The Maria Bamford series returns for a second season that includes guest
appearances from Andy Samberg, Fred Armisen, Jenny Slate, Judy Greer,
Jason Mantzoukas, and "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Amazon comedy pilots: Sea Oak, The Climb, and Love You More
(3:01 am, Amazon Prime)
Marvel's Inhumans (season 1 finale) (9 pm, ABC)
Road Less Traveled (movie) (9 pm, CMT)
Lauren Alaina‘s new romantic comedy Road Less Traveled is coming to CMT.
Alaina’s acting debut has her playing the role of Charlotte, a
bride-to-be who struggles trying to find a balance between her upcoming
wedding with her songwriting career in Los Angeles. Charlotte returns to
her rural hometown of Harmony, TN, where she faces her past and
reconsiders her future, especially after a chance encounter with her
first love, Ray, played by Donny Boaz (Six, NCIS). Jason Burkey (The
Walking Dead) stars as Spencer, Charlotte’s fiancé, and Charlene Tilton
(Dallas, The Love Boat) appears as Babs, Charlotte’s eclectic aunt with
a passion for wine-making.
ToyMakerz (season 2 premiere) (8 pm, Velocity)
Extreme Cake Makers [new] (11 pm, Cooking Channel)
Tomorrow's advance notes:
Obey Giant (documentary) (3:01 am, Hulu)
Obey Giant takes us deep into the underground world of street art,
profiling the rise of artist Shepard Fairey from his roots in punk rock
and skateboarding, to presidential politicsthrough his iconic Obama
“HOPE” poster and the controversy that surrounded it.
Dahmer on Dahmer: A Serial Killer Speaks (documentary miniseries)
(7-8 pm, Oxygen)
Concludes tomorrow at the same time.
The Magical Wand Chase: A Sesame Street Special (special) (7
Kickoff to the 48th season of Sesame Street.
Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer (movie) (8 pm, Lifetime
Tells the story of the sprint runner dubbed the “Blade Runner,” and his
rise to fame as a gold medalist Paralympic champion and as the first
double-leg amputee to participate in the Olympics. Oscar’s (Andreas
Damm, "Elementary") resilience to overcome his disability combined with
his apparent fairy tale relationship with model Reeva Steenkap (Toni
Garrn, "Under the Bed") turned him into a media favorite. This all
shattered one Valentine's Day night when four bullets were fired and
Reeva's life was taken. Her brutal death shocked the world and the court
room drama that followed consumed the news. "Oscar Pistorius: Blade
Runner Killer" provides an inside look at the events leading up to
Reeva's killing, the cracks that formed in the relationship between
Oscar and Reeva, as well as the courtroom drama that followed, revealing
what happened on that tragic night.
The Sweetest Christmas (movie) (8 pm, Hallmark Channel)
When struggling pastry chef Kylie Watson (Chabert) learns she’s made it
to the finals of the American Gingerbread Competition, she thinks her
competitive spirit has finally paid off and hopes the publicity will
help her jumpstart her new café. There’s just one problem — the oven
she’s supposed to use breaks down right before the contest. Determined
to enter, she reaches out to Nick Mazannti (Coco), her old boyfriend
from culinary school who gave up his dream of being a pastry chef to
take over his family’s pizzeria. Nick allows her to use his industrial
pizza oven at night to craft her ambitious gingerbread confections. As
the two reminisce about the dreams of their youth, their romance is
rekindled. But just as Kylie is on the cusp of taking the grand prize —
and embracing true love — things get complicated when her ex-boyfriend
takes drastic steps to win her back. Kylie realizes she must embrace the
Christmas Spirit or risk losing both the contest and her new love.
Starring Lacey Chabert, Lea Coco and Jonathan Adams.
The Warfighters (season 1 conclusion) (8 pm to midnight,
four episodes, History Channel)
HISTORY is honoring veterans with a special four-hour Veterans Day
marathon event of its original docuseries "The Warfighters" produced by
Peter Berg's Film 45. Driven by first-person accounts, the unnarrated
series chronicles recent U.S. Special Operations Forces missions in the
global war on terror as it gives viewers an inside and candid look at
the realities of war.
A Song for Christmas (movie) (9 pm, Hallmark M&M)
Pop superstar Adelaide Kay is so fed up with her controlling manager
that she sneaks off the tour bus after their latest squabble. Though
exhilarated to be free, she finds herself stranded in the freezing cold
of a Pennsylvania winter, with no money and no plan. A local family, the
Lapps, take her in. They know the true meaning of the season, even if
they’re close to losing their dairy farm. No one in the family
recognizes Adelaide except Dillon, the oldest son. He figures she’s the
ticket to fast cash and plots to snap photos of Adelaide around the farm
and sell them to the tabs. What he doesn’t plan, however, is their
mutual attraction. Starring Becca Tobin and Kevin McGarry.
Cat vs. Dog [new] (10 pm, Animal Planet)
When cats and dogs live together under the same roof and chaos ensues,
lives can be turned upside down and households torn apart. In CAT VS.
DOG, cat expert Jackson Galaxy (My Cat from Hell) and dog expert/trainer
Zoe Sandor provide support, direction, key insight and much needed help
to families seeking to establish peace between dogs and cats in