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TV highlights: ‘The Bachelor’ premieres on ABC

By Sarah Polus

December 31, 2017 at 3:00 PM

The Bachelor (ABC at 8) Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. greets Lauren S. on the Season 22 premiere. But first, Luyendyk will get advice from a former “Bachelor” couple before he meets the 29 women vying for his heart on the show. (Paul Hebert/ABC)

Listings for Jan 1.

(All times Eastern.)

Vanderpump Rules (Bravo at 9) Jax and James form an unlikely friendship and Lala shares shocking news.

Street Outlaws (Discovery at 9) The street racers head to Bristol, Tenn., to compete in the biggest no-prep event in "Street Outlaws" history, featuring 32 cars competing for $100,000.

Floribama Shore (MTV at 10) An unexpected family death temporarily brings the house together, but soon enough the crew is back to its old ways.

Better Late Than Never (NBC at 10) The friends (Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw and George Foreman) encounter the world's smelliest dish and undergo a strict etiquette class.

Returning

Lucifer (Fox at 8) This episode goes back to when Lucifer first came to Los Angeles. In exchange for a favor, Lucifer helps Amenadiel track down the person who mugged his brother. This is the midseason premiere, as are the following two listings.

The Gifted (Fox at 9) Reed rethinks his family's future at the compound, and Dr. Campbell tells Jace his plans for a new program.

Valor (The CW at 9) Nora, Gallo and Thea get together in an attempt to decode a message.


Sarah Polus is a reporter and editorial aide for Reliable Source.

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TV highlights: ‘The Bachelor’ premieres on ABC

By Sarah Polus

December 31, 2017 at 3:00 PM

The Bachelor (ABC at 8) Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. greets Lauren S. on the Season 22 premiere. But first, Luyendyk will get advice from a former “Bachelor” couple before he meets the 29 women vying for his heart on the show. (Paul Hebert/ABC)

Listings for Jan 1.

(All times Eastern.)

Vanderpump Rules (Bravo at 9) Jax and James form an unlikely friendship and Lala shares shocking news.

Street Outlaws (Discovery at 9) The street racers head to Bristol, Tenn., to compete in the biggest no-prep event in "Street Outlaws" history, featuring 32 cars competing for $100,000.

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