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Saturday January 16 and Sunday January 17, 2021 | “Inside the Mind of Agatha Christie”
Friday January 15, 2021 | “Real Time With Bill Maher” returns on HBO.
Married for 50 years to Fred Rogers, she inspired Queen Sara, the royal lady of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and carried on his message of kindness after his death.
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  • Dec 29
“Grey’s Anatomy” hitmaker returns with a series adaptation of Julia Quinn’s romance novels, set in Regency-era London.
  • Dec 23
CBS All Access’s “The Stand” makes you wonder if “based on a novel by Stephen King” is an enticement or a warning.
  • Dec 16
Thursday January 14, 2021 | “Search Party” returns on HBO Max.
Wednesday January 13, 2021 | “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” returns on TBS.
Tuesday January 12, 2021 | “The Resident” returns on Fox.
The California housewife was at the center of a 1973 PBS documentary series celebrated, or blamed, for ushering in the era of reality TV with its frank depiction of her private life.
Monday, Jan. 11, 2021 | “Ty Breaker” premieres on HGTV.
Saturday January 9 and Sunday January 10, 2020 | “Tiger” on HBO.
Friday January 8, 2021 | “Herself” on Amazon Prime.
Thursday January 7, 2021 | “Pieces of a Woman” on Netflix.
Wednesday January 6, 2020 | “Undercover Billionaire” returns on Discovery.
Tuesday January 5, 2021 | “History of Swear Words” on Netflix.
Monday, Jan. 4, 2020 | “Antiques Roadshow” returns on PBS.
Saturday January 2 and Sunday January 3, 2021 | “Elizabeth is Missing” on PBS.
Friday, Jan. 1, 2021 | A “Doctor Who” holiday special airs on BBC America.
Thursday December 31, 2020 | “Best of Stand-Up 2020” on Netflix.
She played the pigtailed Kansas farm girl Mary Ann on the 1960s series, which became a massive hit in reruns.
Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020 | “Vikings” returns on Amazon Prime.
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