TV Final episodes of CNN documentary series on Rudy Giuliani

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The four-part documentary series “Giuliani: What Happened to America’s Mayor?” premieres on CNN on January 8.

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Here’s what’s on TV tonight.

28th Annual Critics Choice Awards (The CW, 7 p.m.)

Chelsea Handler hosts tonights awards show, which pays special tribute to Jeff Bridges and Janelle Monáe.

Giuliani: What Happened to America’s Mayor? (9 p.m., CNN)

We get the final two installments of this new four-part documentary series which asks “how the man some considered a hero in the aftermath of 9/11 became a key architect of President Donald Trump’s election conspiracies.” The series uses archival footage and interviews with influential friends and former colleagues from former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s long career.

The series covers “Giuliani’s operatic life of victories and defeats from his heyday at the Southern District of New York to his mayoralty and key role in the Trump administration,” says CNN.

The first two episodes aired last Sunday, with the final two airing tonight at 9 and 10 p.m.

To stream: If you missed any parts, you can find CNN original series on the CNN Originals hub on discovery+, on HBO Max, and on CNN apps.

The Way Home (Hallmark, 9 p.m.)

In this new multi-generational family drama, Kat (Andie MacDowell) and teen daughter Alice (Chyler Leigh) move in with estranged grandma Del. Escaping the tension, Alice explores the farm and finds herself on a surprising journey.

The Last of Us (HBO, 9 p.m.)

In this new limited series based on a popular video game, a smuggler (“Game of Thrones’” Pedro Pascal) journeys across a post-apocalyptic America with a teenage girl (“Game of Thrones’” Bella Ramsey), fighting ruthless killers and monsters along the way.

Some programming descriptions are provided by networks.

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Brooke Cain is a North Carolina native who has worked at The News & Observer for more than 25 years. She is the service journalism editor and writes about TV and local media for The N&O’s Happiness is a Warm TV blog.



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