Here is what is happening in the world of television for Friday, November 15th and Saturday, November 16th. All times are Eastern.
The Man in the High Castle (Amazon, Friday, 3:01 p.m., Last Season Premiere): We have a good feeling about the latest season of Amazon alternative drama. Here's a short excerpt from a preview of Scott Von Doviak's season, which you can expect to see completely later today:
It's true that The Man In The High Castle finally turned into a show , which it should have been, but it's also true that the fourth and final season is a little late in the game for this to happen. If you've stayed with the show all this time, however, this is your reward: a conclusion that is thematically rich, often as exciting and as satisfying to complete the series as you might expect in the circumstances.
Let's go through the Die Nebenwelt portal and see what happens next.
The Mandalorian (Disney +, Friday, 3:01
Saturday Night Live (NBC, Saturday, 11:29 PM): Host and Music Guest Harry Styles
Dollface (Hulu, Friday, 3:01 p.m., Full First Season): It's our belief that there can never be too many television shows about female friendships, but George Weiss Dollface doesn't benefit from being part of a conversation involving views like Uncertain  Wide City and a colleague Hulu original Pen15 . Kat Dennings plays the role of Jules, a web designer whose separation with Jeremy (Connor Haines) leaves her more open-minded than most – no where to live, no social life, no real identity. Jules embarks on a journey of reinvention with her friends, who gradually ends her life when she was with Jeremy: Madison (Brenda Song), an aspiring publicist, and Stella (Shay Mitchell), a cog in the gig economy. An intriguing prerequisite is to delve into the hardships and pleasures of adult friendship, but Dollface never looks past the surface. The whole show seems to have been put through an Instagram filter and despite the archetypes they represent – Jules is the seeker, Madison is of type A and Stella, the free spirit – the characters aren't very clear-cut. The humor is very broad (and a little reductive), with jokes that women worship at the altar of bottomless mimosas and have little real idea of the work that most long-standing friendships require. Dennings, Song and Mitchell are such a great trio that you would want to work with them more than with the spoofs of parody and veganism Goop . To say the show can use, Dollface is very much her. [Danette Chavez]
Klaus (Netflix, Friday, 3:01 p.m.): If you wake up this morning feeling like you desperately need an animated Santa story that has a postman and don in sight . i won't cough the dough to buy you Santa comes to town via voodoo or whatever Netflix has you covered. Klaus written and directed by Sorry for Me Sergio Pablo, presents the voices of Jason Schwartzman, J.K. Simmons, Rashida Jones and Joan Cusack.