What to Watch this Weekend: Return to ‘Virgin River’ for more romance and revelations on Netflix.

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Virgin River
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Netflix
Season PremiereBased on Robyn Carr’s bestselling series of romance novels, Virgin River is back for more with its second season and plenty of unanswered questions. Will Charmaine (Laura Hammersley) and Jack (Martin Henderson) get back together for the sake of the baby? And what does that mean for Mel (Alexandra Breckinridge) and her desire to live and love in this town? Now that Preacher (Colin Lawrence) knows Paige’s (Lexa Doig) true identity, what will happen to their blossoming romance? And can Doc (Tim Matheson) and Hope (Annette O’Toole) ever fully reconcile? For a small town, this place sure has a lot of (romantic) drama. —Maureen Lee Lenker
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Sugar Rush Christmas
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Netflix
Season PremiereChristmas is coming to the Netflix kitchens. To celebrate the holiday season, the streaming service is whipping up another Sugar Rush Christmas special and, you guessed it, it’s the most stressful time of the year! Over six festive-themed episodes, guest judges — including Abigail Breslin, Chris Bosh, Valerie Gordon, Jordin Sparks, Adam Rippon, and Sasha Pieterse — will help decide which teams should walk away with a stocking crammed full of $10,000 worth of prize money. (We’re pretty sure no stockings are actually involved.) As the bakers compete to concoct everything from edible ugly sweaters to Christmas-tree themed bakes, their holiday spirit will be pushed to the absolute limit. But hey, is it even the holidays without a kitchen meltdown or two, and cries of “Christmas is ruined!!”? —Ruth Kinane
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What Else to Watch
Small Axe: Lovers Rock — Amazon Prime Video
Black Beauty (movie) — Disney+
The Mandalorian — Disney+
A Go! Go! Cory Carson Christmas (special) — Netflix
Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker (doc) — Netflix
Princess of the Row (movie) — Digital/VOD
Zappa (doc) — VOD
8 p.m.
Jeff Dunham’s Completely Unrehearsed Last-Minute Pandemic Holiday Special — Comedy Central
8:30 p.m.
Minions Holiday Special — NBC
9 p.m.
20/20 — ABC
Biggest Little Christmas Showdown (series debut) — HGTV
Jessica Chambers: An ID Murder Mystery (two-hour special) — Investigation Discovery
Dateline — NBC
11:35 p.m.
The Movie Show (series debut) — Syfy
8 p.m.
Christmas Waltz — Hallmark Channel
Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding — Lifetime
9 p.m.
Who Killed the Lyon Sisters? (two-hour special) — Investigation Discovery
The All-Star Nickmas Spectacular — Nickelodeon
The Spanish Princess
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on Starz
Series FinaleCatherine of Aragon’s story comes to a close this Sunday with the series finale of The Spanish Princess. Those who know (or have brushed up on) their history will have some inkling as to where it’s headed, but there’s still many unanswered questions including just how much Anne Boleyn will figure into the drama and where we’ll leave Catherine. “We just wanted to reach the point where you saw the figure from history and you now understand a version of the person behind the portrait,” teases co-creator Matthew Graham. History might not have left Catherine a victor, but she still deserves some semblance of closure before we say adios to Henry VIII’s first wife. —MLL
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The Undoing
Season FinaleHeading into the finale of The Undoing, it’s safe to say Grace Fraser’s world has come undone. Her husband is on trial for the brutal murder of his lover and now, she’s found the murder weapon in her son’s violin case. As the Nicole Kidman-led series heads toward its final episode, it’s finally time to find out who killed Elena Alves. —Samantha Highfill
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What Else to Watch
8 p.m.
Supermarket Sweep — ABC
2020 Soul Train Awards — BET
Empires of New York (series debut) — CNBC
Pandora — The CW
Holiday Wars — Food Network
The Simpsons — Fox
The Reagans (part 3) — Showtime
9 p.m.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond (two-hour season finale)— AMC
The Real Housewives of Potomac — Bravo
This Is Life with Lisa Ling (back-to-back episode season premiere) — CNN
The Outpost — The CW
Bob’s Burgers — Fox
On the Case With Paula Zahn (300th episode) — Investigation Discovery
My Psychedelic Love Story (doc) — Showtime
10 p.m.
Card Sharks — ABC
Fargo (season finale) — FX
Murder on Middle Beach — HBO
*times are ET and subject to change