9 TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of November 4, 2018

November is officially here, so get ready for a slew of holiday-themed TV shows and movies to hit your queues, theaters, and basic cable. This week is light on Christmas-centric content, but there are still a few things premiering to get you into the holiday spirit. Oh, and Outlander season four is here!

Below, nine things to earmark for this week:

Outlander: Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) have made it to the American colonies, but they’re not out of the woods yet. Tune in to see what happens during the season four opener of this hit Starz show. 8 P.M. ET on Starz

2018 MTV Europe Music Awards: Hailee Steinfeld is hosting this year’s awards, which features performances from Nicki Minaj, Janet Jackson, and Halsey, among others. 7 P.M. ET on MTV

The Reckoning: Hollywood’s Worst Kept Secret: From director Barry Avrich comes this gripping documentary about the sexual assault reckoning currently happening in Hollywood. Available on demand

Christmas Cookie Challenge: Because what better way to kick off the holiday season than with some baking inspiration? 10 P.M. ET on Food

The Real Housewives of New Jersey: The ninth season of RHONJ will certainly be dramatic; we’re already shaking at the tension between Teresa Giudice and Jackie Goldschneider. 9 P.M. ET on Bravo

It’s Britney, Bitch!: From pop experts Bradley Stern and T. Kyle MacMahon comes this new Britney Spears-centric podcast, each episode celebrating a year in the pop star’s illustrious career. The first nine installments are available now. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Podcast available on Spotify and iTunes

The Cry: A four-part British psychological thriller about a child abduction and its repercussions, based on the bestselling novel by Helen FitzGerald. Streaming on Sundance Now

Westside: The Hills meets A Star Is Born in new Netflix reality series about nine aspiring singers chasing their aspirations of stardom. Streaming on Netflix

It’s Christmas, Eve: Read the full official synopsis, below. 8 P.M. ET on Hallmark

“As interim school superintendent, Eve (LeAnn Rimes) trims budgets,and now she’s in her hometown where it’s personal. Her handsomeneighbor Liam (Tyler Hines) is a music teacher, and Eve feels hisprogram must be cut. But luckily her friend is married to an IT guy,who’s created a website for donations directly to save the artsprogram. Launched during the tree-lighting ceremony where Liam’sstudents will perform, the website could provide the Christmas miraclethe town needs. Already the universe is cooperating. Eve is back homeand she, Liam, and his daughter look like they might be celebratingmany a future Christmas.”

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