13 TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of January 13

It's mid-season time, which means so many of your favorite TV shows are returning from their holiday breaks. This week alone has both This Is Us and Riverdale coming back after several weeks off. Plus, True Detective is returning for its third season, and A Star Is Born is finally available on digital HD! I'm about to go off the deep end with streaming. (Sorry, I had to.)

Below, all the TV shows and movies to earmark for this week:

24th Annual Critics' Choice Awards: Taye Diggs will hosts tonight's show, which features several nominations for A Star Is Born, If Beale Street Could Talk, and Roma. 7 P.M. ET on The CW

American Style: This four-part documentary series is an odyssey through the history of American fashion and will feature moments from Tim Gunn, Donna Karan, André Leon Talley, Christie Brinkley, Isaac Mizrahi, Vanessa Williams, and Diane von Furstenberg. 9 P.M. ET on CNN

True Detective: Mahershala Ali stars in the third season of this critically-acclaimed anthology series, which will follow partner detectives investigating a crime with two missing children at its center. 9 P.M. ET on HBO

Dirty John, The Dirty Truth: A documentary series on John Meehan, who conned a woman in Los Angeles into marrying him and alienating her concerned family members. This story first gained traction with the Los Angeles Times podcast, Dirty John, and then later the fictional TV adaptation starring Connie Britton. 8 P.M. ET on Oxygen

This Is Us: The third season of NBC's hit weep fest picks back up tonight. What will happen with Kate's pregnancy? And Randall and Beth's relationship? So many questions! 9 P.M. ET on NBC

Temptation Island: This salacious reality show from 2001, in which couples at a pivotal point in their relationship live the "single life" with hot strangers on an island, is back and more bonkers than ever. 10 P.M. ET on USA

A Star Is Born: Bradley Cooper's remake of this iconic film (also starring himself and Lady Gaga) is a heavy Oscar contender this year, so watch it on streaming if you haven't yet. Now available for streaming on iTunes

Deadly Class: A teenager is asked to join a new private school only to find out its students are from affluent crime families. Sounds completely safe, am I right? Lana Condor for To All the Boys I've Loved Before stars. 10 P.M. ET on SyFy

Riverdale: Season three is back, and as much as it's trying to get me to care about the Gargoyle King, the only thing I'm invested in is the cult. 8 P.M. ET on The CW

Grey's Anatomy: Good news, people. Not only is season 15 of Grey's Anatomy returning tonight, there will be three more episodes than normal. Clear your queues accordingly. 8 P.M. ET on ABC

Butterfly: Hulu has acquired this British drama series, which centers on a separated couple who disagrees on how to deal with their transgender child. Streaming on Hulu

Glass: Glass is the third installment of M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable series that includes the movies Split (2016) and Unbreakable (2000). In it, Sarah Paulson plays a psychiatrist treating Kevin Wendell (James McAvoy), David Dunn (Bruce Willis), and Elijah "Mr. Glass" Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who she thinks are all under the delusion that they're superheroes. In theaters

Winter Love Story: Read the full, official synopsis, below. 8 P.M. ET on Hallmark

"When new author Cassie Winslett's (Jen Lilley) first novel isn't selling, she is paired on a book tour with the best-selling author Elliot Somersby (Kevin McGarry) to boost Cassie's sales and her confidence – but along the way a romance starts to blossom."

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Published at Sun, 13 Jan 2019 15:00:00 +0000