Monday , Nov, 19
5p.m. “Doctor Zhivago” Omar Sharif romances Julie Christie in an epic love story set against the sweeping expanse of the Russian revolution, which apparently was not as much fun as we’d been lead to believe. (1967) Turner Classic Movies
6 p.m. “Comfort and Joy” A high-powered executive wakes up after a auto accident in an alternate reality as a stay-at-home mom with a passion for domestic tranquility. She comes to cherish her newfound family life, but not until she stages an unfriendly take over of the school PTA and out-sources the laundry to an overseas sweatshop. (2003) Lifetime.
8 p.m. “The Dust Bowl” Displaced dirt farmers find refuge in California, loading up the truck and moving to Beverly Hills, a land of swimming pools, movie stars and the sage financial advice of Mr. Drysdale. KQED PBS.
6 p.m. “Princess Bride” A young man risks his life to be reunited with his lost love and a gifted swordsman has trouble processing his grief. (1987) American Movie Classics.
9 p.m. “Jack Frost” Michael Keaton plays a father who never has time for his son until he is killed and his soul magically inhabits a snowman. It’s like “Frosty, the Snowman” if Frosty had been incredibly creepy and sentenced the children to years of psychological therapy. (1998) ABC Family.