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8 p.m. on WJCL-4 Mickey’s 90th Spec­tac­u­lar

Who’s the leader of the club that’s made for you and me? Gen­er­a­tions of Walt Dis­ney fans know the an­swer, and how to spell it. Now, Dis­ney’s spar­ing no ex­pense to cel­e­brate the 90th birth­day of the com­pany’s first an­i­mated su­per­star: Mickey Mouse, who made his big-screen de­but in the 1928 short “Steam­boat Wil­lie.” Among the celebri­ties join­ing this lav­ish two-hour spe­cial are Kris­ten Bell, Josh Groban, Meghan Trainor, Kelsea Bal­lerini, Sofia Car­son and two orig­i­nal Mouseke­teers, Sharon Baird and Bobby Burgess.

8 p.m. on BRAVO The Real Housewives of At­lanta

New­est housewives Eva Mar­cille and Shamari DeVoe join the cast as this fran­chise opens Sea­son 11. Hav­ing fin­ished her suc­cess­ful­com­e­dy­tour, orig­i­nal cast mem­ber NeNe Leakes is up to her neck in work as she pre­pares for the open­ing of a new lo­ca­tion for Swagg Bou­tique. Gregg’s can­cer di­ag­no­sis brings busi­ness con­cerns to a screech­ing halt, how­ever. Else­where, Cyn­thia is hop­ing that a new man in her life may take the edge off the sad­ness she feels over her “empty nest.”

8 p.m. on HALL Movie: Road to Christ­mas

TV pro­ducer Mag­gie Baker (Jessy Schram, “Nashville”) re­luc­tantly takes on what she ex­pects to be a volatile as­sign­ment as she starts planning a spe­cial Christ­mas episode of “Ju­lia Wise Life­style” with the show’s for­mer pro­ducer: Danny Wise (Chad Michael Mur­ray, “One Tree Hill”), who also hap­pens to be the son of the star (Teryl Roth­ery). The two start to clash al­most im­me­di­ately, as Danny — at his mother’s be­hest — pushes back against Mag­gie’s plans to do the show live, in this new yule­tide of­fer­ing.

8 p.m. on LIFE Movie: Psy­cho Prom Queen

Af­ter a fel­low teacher dies in a sus­pected sui­cide, Julie Tay­lor is hired to fin­ish out the school year teach­ing a se­nior math class. The job of­fers a wel­come new be­gin­ning to Julie and her teenage daugh­ter Maya, but Julie can’t help but worry whenMaya quickly be­comes friends with Amy Turner, the res­i­dent mean girl of the school. Amy is a mas­ter ma­nip­u­la­tor, plus she seems freak- ishly ob­sessed with be­com­ing prom queen. Zoe McLel­lan, Al­lie Mac­Don­ald and Nia Roam star.

8 p.m. on STARZ Out­lander

Adapted from “Drums of Au­tumn,” the fourth novel in Diana Ga­bal­don’s time-trav­el­ing ro­man­tic fan­tasy, Sea­son 4 finds 20th-cen­tury doc­tor Claire Fraser (Ca­tri­ona Balfe) and her 18th-cen­tury hus­band, Jamie (Sam Heughan), in Fraser’s Ridge, N.C., shortly be­fore Amer­ica’s war for in­de­pen­dence will erupt. As they try to nav­i­gate this po­lit­i­cally volatile time, the 20th-cen­tury re­la­tion­ship be­tween their daugh­ter, Bri­anna (So­phie Skel­ton), and charm­ing his­to­rian Roger Wake­field (Richard Rankin) is heat­ing up.

9 p.m. on FOOD Ul­ti­mate Thanks­giv­ing Chal­lenge

Gi­ada De Lau­ren­tiis hosts as five of the most cre­ative chefs in Amer­ica com­pete in a se­ries of Turkey Day-themed chal­lenges to de­cide which of them reigns supreme when it comes to pre­par­ing var­i­ous components of a Thanks­giv­ing feast. In the opener, “They’re Called ‘Clas­sics’ for a Rea­son,” the three-episode com­pe­ti­tion be­gins by task­ing each of the five to re-in­vent a beloved Thanks­giv­ing side dish. In the elim­i­na­tion round, they must cre­ate an en­tire turkey din­ner — one that in­cor­po­rates an in­gre­di­ent from the first Thanks­giv­ing — in one hour.

Sam Heughan of “Out­lander”

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