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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.

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