What To Watch Tonight – Friday, November 29, 2019

What To Watch Tonight? An all new Van Helsing is our Top Pick To Watch Tonight. Also, the annual airing of Frosty the Snowman is essentially required viewing! Check out all of our picks for the night below. What are you watching tonight?

Universal Television/CBS

8pm Hour:

Universal Television/CBS

1st Choice: Frosty the Snowman.  “Jimmy Durante narrates the story about the warmhearted man of snow, who risks a meltdown from rising temperatures unless he can get to the North Pole. Voices…Frosty: Jackie Vernon. Prof. Hinkle: Billy De Wolfe.” The not very good sequel, Frosty Returns, comes on afterwards. CBS

2nd Choice: Mysteries of the Abandoned. “Featuring a ghost town in the American West that was once a Gold Rush hotspot and one of the most violent places in America. Today, there are legends of a secret treasure buried in the surrounding hills.” Science

3rd Choice: Live PD: Rewind. “A special that includes some of the best moments from “Live PD.”” A&E

9pm Hour:

Kinky Boots/PBS

1st Choice:  Great Performances. “The Tony Award-winning “Kinky Boots,” featuring songs by Cyndi Lauper and a book by Broadway legend Harvey Fierstein, about an unlikely duo that embraces their differences to create an extraordinary line of shoes.” PBS

2nd Choice: Mysteries of the Abandoned. “New discoveries reveal why the world’s most ambitious engineering projects were abandoned, unraveling the dark mysteries and bloody secrets of these strange ruins.” Science

3rd Choice: Live PD. “A live look is provided at police across the country as they work the night shift in real-time.” A&E

10pm Hour:

(Photo by: Dan Power/Nomadic Pictures Inc./SYFY)

1st Choice:   Van Helsing. “Violet is captured by a sadistic ringmaster and must battle her way out of his gladiator arena.” Syfy

2nd Choice:  In Search Of.  “Religion and science both agree – the End of the World is coming. We search for answers in two ancient civilizations that mysterious vanished, and explore the final doomsday prophecy of the famed Nostradamus, as we zero in on the potential month and year that we could face the end.” History

3rd Choice: Live PD. Continues on A&E.

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