What to Watch this week 12/30-1/5: How to Survive a Plague; Downton Abbey season premiere

This week catch the season premiere of Downton Abbey and all new episodes of Major Crimes, Sean Saves the World, Revenge, The Good Wife and a showing of the documentary How to Survive a Plague.

What to Watch: Monday, December 30

9:00pm: Major Crimes, TNT (1 hr) NEW

A bomb explodes at a used car sale and a Special Investigation Section supervisor takes over the investigation to find out who is threatening Rusty and Sharon.

10:00pm: How to Survive a Plague, PBS (1 hr) NEW

This powerful documentary chronicles the rise and success of HIV/AIDS advocacy groups ACT UP and Treatment Action Group. Watch the trailer below.

What to Watch: Thursday, January 2

9:00pm: Sean Saves the World, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Sean decides to become a more involved father at Ellie's school. Meanwhile Liz and Hunter make a startling discovery when they become temporary roommates and Max nurses a broken heart.

What to Watch: Sunday, January 5

9:00pm: Revenge, ABC (1 hr) NEW

As the Hamptons scramble to figure out what happened at Emily's weddings, the Graysons close ranks to protect their own. However, with everyone being suspect, it's only so long until they tear each other apart.

9:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW

Eli hires Kalinda to make a potential scandal disappear. Meanwhile, Alicia represents a band suing a TV show and Will joins the opposing council.

9:00pm: Downton Abbey, PBS (2 hrs) SEASON PREMIERE

Thomas takes a dislike to the new nanny as Mary and Isobel are in deep depression over Matthew's death and Violet tries to help Molesley find employment.

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