Thursday December 29:
Ami James and the rest of the Wooster Street Social Club crew are back, and after all the struggles of getting the NYC shop up and running over the past year, WSSC is on the tattoo map and business is booming. People are lining up to get tattoos from New York’s finest artists, but with more money comes more problems.
The boys try going to a bordello, but it’s not quite what it seems. Later, they get trapped in the elevator with a beautiful woman.
Woodie loses a surf competition and worries that he’s lost his “stoke,” so the boys turn to Woodie’s surf hero, Duke Sanchez, for help conquering an infamous wave.
Friday December 30:
Henry and Tesla learn that the SCIU weaponized Tesla’s work to use against Abnormals in the second part of the two-part season finale.
Sunday January 1:
There’s no better way to start off the New Year than with ‘the family.’ ‘Mob Wives’ is back and the drama has gone to a whole new level. The second season of ‘Mob Wives’ picks up where the first left off – with each cast member dealing with major personal life issues. The rift between Karen and Drita is far from over – will they ever be able to ‘bury the hatchet’?
This series takes an inside look at extreme hoarders and the psychology behind their compulsion to accumulate and store large quantities of nonessential things. Each episode tells the stories of two hoarders struggling with behavior that has made daily existence unbearable for them and their loved ones.
‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ (9pm on OWN) **Series Premiere** Record Now
In this new, weekly, primetime series, Oprah steps outside of the studio for some riveting, enlightening in-depth conversations with newsmakers, celebrities, thought leaders and real-life families. The debut episode will feature Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler from his home in New Hampshire as a two-hour premiere event.
‘Angry Boys’ (10pm on HBO) **Series Premiere** Record Now
What does it mean to be a 21st-century male? Australia’s Chris Lilley puts the species under a microscope to find out in the edgy new comedy series. Series creator and writer Lilley, who was also the creator and star of the acclaimed HBO series ‘Summer Heights High,’ uses his chameleon-like talents to play multiple roles in a mock-documentary look at the lives of average boys and men, displaying their day-to-day interactions and struggles to fulfill their obligations to family and friends.