It's a big week for new television, and TV Guide Magazine has three excellent recommendations.

Julia Roberts in Homecoming

On November 2nd, superstar Julia Roberts makes her TV debut in Amazon streaming series Homecoming.

She plays a former caseworker for a transitional facility, and, now, 4 years later, she has lost all memory of what happened there. The show jumps between time period as the mystery expands and unfolds.

The History Channel's Watergate Documentary

Starting Friday, November 2nd and continuing through Sunday, this 6-hour documentary from Oscar-winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson takes us back to the Watergate era.

Through the lens of the 1970s media, the documentary retells this infamous chapter of American history as it unfolds. In our current state of political upheaval, it is as relevant as ever.

Outlander Returns to Starz

On Sunday, November 4th, the #Droughtlander is over! The epic and engrossing Outlander returns to Starz for season four.

This season marks as reset of sorts, as Jamie and Claire finds themselves in the New World, settling in the Carolinas. Will the star-crossed (and sometimes time-crossed) lovers find peace in their new setting, or new challenges?

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