What To Watch: This Week’s DVR Picks

by | November 18, 2012 at 9:16 PM | Tuned In: What To Watch Today

'Secret Life of the American Teenager' (ABC Family)

Monday November 19:

Secret Life of the American Teenager‘ (8pm on ABC Family) **Holiday Episode** Record Now

Everyone finds themselves celebrating Christmas at an abandoned toy warehouse when Kathy suddenly goes into labor. Meanwhile, Grace wishes for a Christmas miracle with Jack on an all-new holiday episode.

Tuesday November 20:

Covert Affairs‘ (10pm on USA) **Season Finale** Record Now

Annie goes to Amsterdam to rescue a spy who was taken hostage in the third season finale.

Wednesday November 21:

Jim Rome on Showtime‘ (10pm on Showtime) **Series Premiere** Record Now

This new, one-hour series will showcase Jim Rome’s trademark style and opinions that have made him one of the most famous and outspoken sports broadcasters of his generation. Weekly episodes will feature a combination of provocative monologues and interviews, along with in-depth features and profiles of relevant and influential figures in the world of sports and entertainment.

Friday November 23:

iCarly‘ (8pm on Nickelodeon) **Series Finale** Record Now

In the one-hour series finale, Carly hopes her father will make a trip home to escort her to a big dance, and Sam rebuilds a motorcycle.

Whisker Wars‘ (10pm on IFC) **Season Premiere** Record Now

IFC’s whiskers warriors are back for a new season of backstabbing and cutthroat competition in the quest to top the hair-raising world of competitive facial hair growing.

Sunday November 25:

Liz & Dick‘ (9pm on Lifetime) **Special** Record Now

In her highly anticipated comeback movie role, Lindsay Lohan (Mean Girls) stars as the legendary dame Elizabeth Taylor alongside Grant Bowler (Defiance) as celebrated actor Richard Burton in the Lifetime Original Movie ‘Liz & Dick.’

Treme’ (10pm on HBO) **Season Finale** Record Now

In the third season finale, Janette clashes with Tim over an unauthorized benefit for a local institution. Meanwhile, Davis orchestrates his exit from the music business, but not before one more gig with an old friend.