TV Episode Summaries for
29th November 2019

Servant Season 1, Episode 1


Airs: 1:00am - 2:00am on Apple TV+

Coming Soon...

Legacies Season 2, Episode 7

It Will All Be Painfully Clear Soon Enough

Airs: 2:00am - 3:00am on The CW

After deciding that leaving town would be for the best, Hope gets pulled back in after Josie comes up with a risky plan to close the Malivore portal. Elsewhere, Alaric and Dorian make an alarming discovery about Professor Vardemus, while Rafael learns some upsetting news about Landon's future.

Almost Family Season 1, Episode 7

Thankful AF

Airs: 2:00am - 3:00am on FOX

In an attempt to start a new tradition, Julia hosts Thanksgiving dinner for her ever-growing family, but things go awry when she invites both Leon and the new guy she's been seeing, and Roxy let's a new half-sibling tag along. Meanwhile, with Tim's parents in attendance, relentlessly homing in on the idea of children, Edie finds herself at a crossroads.

The Dragon Prince Season 3, Episode 8

Season 3, Episode 8

Airs: 2:00pm - 2:30pm on Netflix

Coming Soon...

Would I Lie to You? Season 13, Episode 6

Series 13, Episode 6

Airs: 8:30pm - 9:00pm on BBC One

Richard Osman, Jennifer Saunders, Steph McGovern and Joe Sugg.

Have I Got News for You Season 58, Episode 7

Helen McCrory, Chris McCausland

Airs: 9:00pm - 9:30pm on BBC One

Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Helen McCrory and panellists including Chris McCausland.

Mock The Week Season 18, Episode 10

Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back at what has been going on around the world in the last seven days in the company of guests Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Kerry Godliman, Milton Jones and Chris Washington.

The Last Leg Season 19, Episode 6

Series 19, Episode 6

Airs: 10:00pm - 11:00pm on Channel 4

Coming Soon...

The Graham Norton Show Season 26, Episode 9

Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Hillary Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, co-authors of The Book of Gutsy Women; superstar chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver, whose latest cookbook is Veg; and comedian and actor David Mitchell, talking about his collection of satirical columns, Dishonesty is the Second-Best Policy. With music from Kesha, who performs her current single Raising Hell.
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