Flirty Dancing tops this week’s TV must-sees – Calgary Herald

1. Flirty DancingDebutJenna Dewan will host a reality series that is half-dating show and half-dancing competition. Two strangers will have to learn a dance routine before meeting for the first time on a blind date where theyll deliver the choreography without saying a word.When: Sunday on CTV, Fox

2. Dick Clarks New Years Rockin Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020SpecialRyan Seacrest will lead the countdown into a new decade live from Times Square with performances by the Jonas Brothers and country artist Jessie James Decker with guest appearances by Paula Abdul, Green Day, Dua Lipa, Megan The Stallion, Sheryl Crow and Usher at both the Los Angeles and New Orleans legs of the celebration.When: Tuesday on ABC

3. NBC New Years Eve SpecialCarson Daly, Chrissy Teigen and Leslie Jones will team up to ring in the New Year from Times Square with a special decade-ending celebration worth tuning into. Keith Urban will perform live in Nashville from Bicentennial State Park.When: Tuesday on Fox

4. DraculaSeason 1Bram Stokers Dracula has been adapted into a new series by the creative team behind Sherlock. Claes Bang stars as Count Dracula in the first season, which spans just three feature-length episodes, set in Victorian London. Also with Dolly Wells and Joanna Scanlan.When: Saturday on Netflix

5. DeputyDebutCastle writer and Training Day creator Will Beall will deliver a new law enforcement drama series starring Stephen Dorff as an officer who gets the top position at his department after the death of the former sheriff.When: Thursday on Fox

6. The DegeneratesSeason 2Spend New Years Eve laughing with the second season of Netflixs comedy series featuring some up-and-coming foul-mouthed comedians. The new batch of episodes will feature stand-up bits from Adrienne Lapalucci, Donnell Rawlings, Ms. Pat, Nikki Glaser and Robert Kelly.When: Tuesday on Netflix

7. MessiahSeason 1A man is claiming to be the son of God in this new religious-based thriller produced by Mark Burnett. Michelle Monaghan stars as a CIA agent who investigates a cult leader by going undercover to determine if he is sent from heaven, or just a talented con artist. The original series, which also stars Mehdi Dehb, John Ortiz and Tomer Sisleyi, unfolds from the point of view of multiple narrators.When: Wednesday on Netflix

8. The First 48: 15th Anniversary SpecialSeason debutFor the past 15 years, The First 48 has followed thousands of homicide investigations by speaking with hard-working detectives and getting unprecedentedly close to crime scenes all over America. To kick off the new season, the long-running series will commemorate the shows impact on the true crime genre by taking a look back at some of the most memorable cases.When: Wednesday on A&E

9. Spinning OutSeason 1Black Swan meets Bunheads in this new drama about the world of competitive figure skating starring Kaya Scodelario, Johnny Weir, Evan Roderick and January Jones. A former Olympic skater whose career plummets following a serious injury, must become a couples skater to hit the ice again. But joining a new partnership triggers some personal demons.When: Wednesday on Netflix

10. Cake-Off: New Years EveSeason debutFour professional bakers attempt to capture change through the years with innovative New Years Eve cakes in an unconventional baking challenge. Judges Duff Goldman, Dan Langan and Waylynn Lucas will taste-test their edible pieces of art to determine who will be crowned the winner and earn the $10,000 grand prize.When: Sunday on Food Network Canada

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