Cable and streaming services will serve up a light menu of non-holiday series debuts during the Thanksgiving week.
HBO on Nov. 26 will chronicle the career of iconic skier Lindsay Vonn in a documentary special that looks at her last year of competition, according to the premium service.
Streaming service Apple TV+ will continue its rollout of new, original series with the drama/thriller series Servant, in which a couple embraces an eerie doll as a replacement for the loss of a newborn baby.
Below are video trailers and premiere dates for several shows debuting this week on cable networks and streaming services (for some videos, viewer discretion is advised):
Nov. 27 -- Broken (reality) -- Netflix
Nov. 28 -- Merry Happy Whatever (comedy) -- Netflix
Nov. 29 -- Harley Quinn (animation) -- DC Universe
Dec. 1 -- Midsomer Murders (returning series) -- Acorn Tv
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