What to Watch on New Year’s Day: Gilda Radner documentary ‘Love, Gilda’ makes TV debut

Gilda Radner, the subject of the documentary ‘Love, Gilda.’ (Magnolia Pictures)
Gilda Radner, the subject of the documentary ‘Love, Gilda.’ (Magnolia Pictures) Magnolia Pictures

Love, Gilda (9 p.m., CNN) - In the television debut of this new documentary directed and produced by Lisa D’Apolito, diaries, audiotapes, videotapes and reflections from friends and colleagues offer insights into the life and career of Gilda Rader, the beloved comic and actress who became famous on “Saturday Night Live.”

Also on . . .

Tournament of Roses Parade (11 a.m., NBC) - The 130th annual parade, live from Pasadena, Ca., features floral floats, marching bands and equestrian teams.

AKC National Championship Dog Show (6 p.m., Animal Planet) - The 2018 AKC National Championship Dog Show from Orlando has more than 5,000 dogs and more than 190 breeds competing for Best in Show.

We’ll Meet Again (8 p.m., PBS / UNC-TV) - Ann Curry helps two men search for the people who helped them when they fled Cuba to come to the U.S.

Lethal Weapon (8 p.m., Fox) - Murtaugh worries about the connection between the murder he’s investigating and a new opportunity for Trish to serve as co-counsel on a high-profile lawsuit.

American Nightmare (9 p.m., Investigation Discovery) - The premiere of this new true crime series covers the case of a student shot to death in her apartment at Northeastern University.

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (Netflix) - This is perfect inspiration for your New Year’s Resolution to declutter your home: an eight-episode series in which Marie Kondo guides people who are at a crossroads, but willing to tackle the clutter holding them back to spark joy in their homes and transform their lives in emotional and surprising ways. Netflix also drops Season 3 of “A Series of Unfortunate Events” today.

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