NFL Football / 8:20pm (4) Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles are looking to get back in their groove in the NFC East. They’ll host Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys who are 0-4 on the road this season. The Cowboys recently traded their 2019 first round draft pick to the Oakland Raider to obtain wide receiver Amari Cooper. For Cooper, it is a fresh start in Dallas where he hopes to become Prescott’s top target.
MOVIE “A Veteran’s Christmas” / 9:00pm (HMM) Shortly after returning stateside from Afghanistan, where she was in charge of the Search & Rescue K-9 Unit, Capt. Grace Garland (Eloise Mumford) is driving to Cincinnati to start a new job when a mishap with her vehicle temporarily strands her in the picturesque small town of Rivers Crossing, where handsome local judge Joe Peterson (Sean Faris) is quick to extend a helping hand. Grace soon is smitten, but Joe’s personal situation proves to be complicated. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown / 9:00pm (CNN) 12:15am (CNN) Crack open a cold one and resign yourself to getting a lump in your throat as you watch the finale of the 12th and final season of this boundlessly entertaining travel series with Anthony Bourdain, the beloved host who died last June. The episode, “Lower East Side,” finds “Tony” taking a personal journey through what once was a bohemian New York neighborhood, sharing meals and conversation with singer-songwriters Richard Hell and Deborah Harry, and guitarist Chris Stein, the co-founder of Blondie.
E! People’s Choice Awards / 9:00pm (Bravo) This year’s edition of what is selfbilled as “the only live awards show by the people, for the people” gets a new home with its inaugural telecast on E!, and simulcasts on sister channels USA Network and Syfy. Among categories saluting the best in movies, TV, music and digital, nominees for best movie of 2018 are “Black Panther,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Incredibles 2,” “Fifty Shades Freed” and “A Quiet Place.” “This Is Us,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “13 Reasons Why” and “Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments” are among the TV show nominees.
“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” airs Sunday on CNN.