Today’s Top TV Picks – Sunday November 10

Today’s Top Picks


The Mistletoe Secret

8 p.m. on HALLMARK – Premiere

Hoping to turn around her beautiful Utah hometown’s recent tourism slump, Aria Eubank (Kellie Pickler) persuades celebrated travel writer and TV host Sterling Masters (Christopher Russell) to do a feature story on the community. In due course, Masters arrives in town with Alex Bartlett (Tyler Hynes), the ghost writer and real talent behind the TV show. As Alex and Aria strike sparks together, the town enjoys its most profitable holiday season in years, until Aria discovers they have been cruelly deceived.


The Dublin Murders

8 p.m. on STARZ – Series Premiere

Adapted from Tana French’s “Dublin Murder Squad” crime novels, this new eight-episode psychological thriller is set during the height of the Celtic Tiger financial boom at the turn of the millennium. The story line follows two murder investigations led by Detectives Rob Reilly (Killian Scott, “Ripper Street”) and Cassie Maddox (Sarah Greene, “Penny Dreadful”). The crimes at first appear to be unrelated, but turn out to be knitted together. Conleth Hill (“Game of Thrones”) and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (“Avengers: Infinity War”) also star.



9 p.m. ET on SHOWTIME – Season Premiere

The longest-running scripted original drama in the history of Showtime returns for Season 10 with “We Few, We Lucky Few, We Band of Gallaghers!,” which picks up the action six months after the Season 9 finale. Frank (William H. Macy) is exploiting his leg injury to hoard as many painkillers as possible, a gambit that eventually leads him to an old friend. Debbie (Emma Kenney), meanwhile, takes over as matriarch of the clan, buoyed by the $50,000 Fiona left to her. Cameron Monaghan and Jeremy Allen White also star.


Rick and Morty

11:30 p.m. ET on CARTOON – Season Premiere

More than two years after the Season 3 premiere back in April 2017, the animated cult comedy hit returns for a fourth season that, as of this writing, comprises five new episodes, including return appearances by some favorite guest characters. Co-created by “Community” mastermind Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, the series, which originated as a short-film parody of “Back to the Future,” follows the adventures of sociopathic genius Rick Sanchez and his naive grandson, Morty Smith (both characters voiced by Roiland).

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