What We’re Watching This Week! Series Premiere for SMILF on Showtime, Damnation on USA and The Job Interview on CNBCBy Delaina Dixon | November 5, 2017 | Entertainment
SUNDAY, Nov. 5
SMILF SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m., Showtime) A single mom with a biracial son tries to navigate life – with the rent due and still a need to kick it with an eligible suitor.
MONDAY, Nov. 6
Holiday Baking Championship SEASON PREMIERE (9 p.m., FOOD Network) You know the holiday season is upon us when this competition kicks off. Baker compete to make the best holiday-themed desserts for the winner’s bragging rights.
Stove Tots SERIES PREMIERE (9 p.m., FYI,) It’s a first-hand look at the cut-throat world of junior culinary competitions as the next generation of cooking masters – young maestros of the kitchen – prepare and compete in cook-offs across the U.S.
TUESDAY, Nov. 7
Damnation SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m., USA) Look for a mythic conflict and bloody struggle between big money and the downtrodden, God and greed, charlatans, and prophets, in this 1930s set drama. We’ll be watching for Chasten Harmon (pictured up top), who plays street smart prostitute Bessie Louvin.
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 8
The Job Interview SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m., CNBC) And you thought the job was tough! This series shows first-hand the hand-wringing, sweat-inducing, I NAILED IT moment of a job interview – and what you can learn to make your next one soar.
THURSDAY, Nov. 9
Tamar & Vince SEASON PREMIERE (9 p.m., WEtv) This should be interesting. The fifth season of the series begins just as Tamar Braxton recently announced her plan to divorce Vince Herbert after nearly ten years of marriage.
Project Runway (9 p.m., Lifetime) Travel with the five finalists to their hometown as they start to make their collections for NY Fashion Week, but only three will make it to the runway.
SATURDAY, Nov. 11
Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer (8 p.m., Lifetime) As South African judges contemplate a longer sentence for the runner, Lifetime explores what led to him to shoot his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkap and turned this celebrated athlete into convicted killer.
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