What To Watch Tonight – Monday, December 17, 2018

What To Watch Tonight? A rough night for scripted television … there is NOTHING on in that department.  We’re looking to variety and holiday specials to get us through. With the finale of the holiday series, The Great Christmas Light Fight, and  start of the finale on The Voice, these are our big options tonight. At 10pm, check out past champions of America’s Got Talent doing … holiday things? I guess? Terry Crews is hosting so there is that. Also, you can watch a retrospective on famous people that died this year. Ho-ho-ho. Ugh.  Last, Monday Night Football!

(ABC/Byron Cohen)

8pm Hour

(ABC/Donald Rager)

1st Choice: The Great Christmas Light Fight. “The Season 6 finale. Festive families from across the country showcase their spectacular displays. The first hour features the Medhurst family with their high-tech, do-it-yourself display in Greeley, Colo.; and the Gilley family with their legacy-carrying mechanical display gone wild in Ballplay, Ala. The second hour features the Peace family and their pirate-themed light show in Escondido, Cal.; and the Schmidt family with their display full of laugh-out-loud humor in Waco, Texas.” ABC

2nd Choice: The Voice.  Live finale, Part 1. “The finalists perform.” NBC 

3rd Choice:  Monday Night Football. “New Orleans Saints (11-2) at Carolina Panthers (6-7). From Bank of America Stadium.” ESPN

9pm Hour

(ABC/Eric McCandless)

1st Choice:  The Great Christmas Light Fight. Continues on ABC.

2nd Choice: The Voice.  Continues on NBC.

3rd Choice:   Monday Night Football. Continues on ESPN.

10pm Hour

(Photo by: NBCUniversal)

1st Choice: America’s Got Talent.  “Terry Crews, host of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions,” takes viewers on a festive journey celebrating a variety of previous AGT contestants, including magicians, singers, danger acts and more. The special also features Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel.” NBC

2nd Choice: 2018: In Memoriam.  “A celebration of the lives and legacies of notable people who passed away in 2018, including Aretha Franklin, John McCain, Burt Reynolds, Stephen Hawking, and Barbara Bush.” ABC

3rd Choice:  Monday Night Football. Continues on ESPN.

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