What to watch MONDAY

November 20, 2023



The Gazette, Colorado Springs



All times Mountain. Start times can vary based on cable/satellite provider. Confirm times on your on-screen guide. Stamped From the Beginning Netflix This film is based on the acclaimed 2016 book by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, which chronicled the history of anti-black racist tropes and imagery, and how they were developed and enshrined in American culture. Director Roger Ross Williams’ documentary adaptation uses an innovative animation process that blends live action with the art of the era to illuminate figures and moments both well-known and obscure, historical and contemporary. NFL Football: Philadelphia at Kansas City ESPN & ABC, 6 p.m. Live A Super Bowl LVII rematch is in store tonight on Monday Night Football as Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles visit Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Antiques Roadshow PBS, 7 p.m. In “Vintage Dallas, Hour 2,” Rediscover more delightful Dallas treasures, including an 1830 first printing of the Book of Mormon, and a Mickey Mantle- and Roger Maris-signed baseball. Which Dallas item had its top value double to $100,000? Kitchen Nightmares FOX, 7 p.m. Gordon Ramsay steps in to help the owners of a Puerto Rican restaurant when the pressure becomes too much and the business is at risk of shutting its doors in the new episode “El Cantito.” The Voice NBC, 7 p.m. Relive this season’s best moments so far, from the Blind Auditions through the Knockout rounds, including some hilarious never-before-seen moments of the coaches. Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test FOX, 8 p.m. The recruits are taken to a remote mountain range where they are tasked with pulling sleds through two miles of dangerous terrain in the new episode “Grit.” POV: ‘Wisdom Gone Wild’ PBS, 9 p.m. Described as a “vibrant cine-poem,” this film directed by Rea Tajiri tells the remarkable story of her mother, Rose Tajiri, a Nisei woman who, at the end of her life and following the onset of dementia, reinvents herself through her interactions with her daughter/ care partner. She bestows a new name and identity on herself as she alters her past along with her present. Kennedy History, beginning at 9 p.m. ■ Series Finale This eight-part docuseries chronicling the life and presidency of John F. Kennedy concludes with two back-to-back hourlong episodes. Groundhog Day AMC, 9:30 p.m. It’s been 30 years since we were first introduced to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, thanks to the Bill Murray and Andie Macdowell starrer Groundhog Day. You can celebrate the film’s landmark anniversary by watching television weatherman Phil Connors stuck on Feb. 2, a day he must live over and over again. Somehow, this just doesn’t get old.