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Ariana Grande Delivers an Early Christmas Gift to Fans in Excuse Me, I Love You

ALSO: The Bachelorette, His Dark Materials, Industry, American Dad, and more.
  • Ariana Grande hits the stage in Excuse Me, I LoveYou. (Netflix)
    Ariana Grande hits the stage in Excuse Me, I LoveYou. (Netflix)

    It was a year ago this week that Ariana Grande played the last of 101 concert dates in her Sweetener World Tour, and she's marking the occasion with what she's calling "a love letter" to her fans. Dropping on Netflix today, her new documentary Excuse Me, I Love You captures performances from the tour, along with an up-close look at the pop superstar's life at home and on the road.

    Also today: The Bachelorette kicks off its two-night season finale, His Dark Materials grows ever darker, and American Dad returns with a new holiday-themed episode. Here's what's new and noteworthy on TV this Monday:

    DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE: Ariana Grande takes the stage in Excuse Me, I Love You, featuring a London performance from her Sweetener World Tour and a behind-the-scenes look at her life in rehearsal and on the road. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix.

    NEW EPISODE: Tayshia is ready to take her relationships with Brendan, Ivan and Zac to the next level in part one of this week's two-part The Bachelorette season finale, but when a man she can’t forget returns, it threatens to jeopardize her happily ever. Part two airs tomorrow night. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on ABC

    NEW EPISODE: Lyra (Dafne Keen) and Will (Amir Wilson) find allies who can help them in their search for Will’s father as His Dark Materials edges closer to next week's Season 2 finale. Meanwhile, the Magisterium learn something shocking, and Mrs Coulter meets a formidable foe. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on HBO

    SEASON FINALE: The first season of Industry has seen it all: overdoses, firings, double-crossings and, yes, lots of sex. As the final two episodes air tonight on HBO, the graduates face their greatest challenge yet: Reduction in Force day. 10:00 PM ET on HBO

    NEW EPISODE: Returning from hiatus with a new holiday-themed episode, American Dad sees Stan given a magical opportunity to make things right after his plan for the perfect Christmas goes terribly, tragically wrong. 10:00 PM ET on TBS

    MADE FOR TV MOVIE: Kicked to the curb two weeks before Christmas, actress Olivie O'Hara (Tori Anderson) heads home in Spotlight on Christmas, where she's faced with the family she left behind and... yep, a charming new guy (played by Victor Zinck, Jr.). Watch trailer. 8:00 PM ET on Lifetime

    NEW EPISODE: Fox is burning off the final three episodes of its cancelled AI thriller Next this week, with a new episode tonight and the two-part series finale tomorrow. 9:00 PM ET on FOX

    SEASON PREMIERE: Kicking off its fifth season on a new night, Dr Pimple Popper gets into the holiday spirit as Dr. Sandra Lee works to help her patients feel ready to face their holiday family photo sessions with confidence. 9:00 PM ET on TLC

    BROADCAST PREMIERE: Nickelodeon's first-ever Kid of the Year special gets a special airing on CBS tonight, as Kristen Bell, Simone Biles, Brie Larson, Zachary Levi and others recognize extraordinary young leaders making a positive impact in their communities. Trevor Noah hosts. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on CBS

    ENCORE PRESENTATION: Glee alum Matthew Morrison slips into his finest green fur in NBC's staged production of Dr. Seuss' the Grinch Musical!, the network's new take on the old scallywag whose small heart grows three sizes in one day. 8:00 PM ET on NBC

    HOLIDAY MOVIE: Tim Allen signs on with Team Santa in The Santa Clause, but fails to read the fine print before he dons the classic red suit. 4:30 AM ET on Freeform

    HOLIDAY SPECIAL: Fred Astaire narrates the classic 1970 Rankin/Bass stop motion holiday special Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town, in which Santa is young, buff, dating the future Mrs. Claus, and squaring off against Burgermeister Meisterburger. 12:55 AM ET on Freeform

    HOLIDAY MOVIE: Tim Burton's stop-motion Gothic fantasy The Nightmare Before Christmas is half Christmas movie, half Halloween movie, and 100% holiday classic. 3:00 PM ET on Freeform

    Mike Attebery is Senior Editor at Primetimer and the author of seven mystery thrillers. Follow him on Twitter at @mikeattebery.

    TOPICS: Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You, Netflix, Ariana Grande