Mrs. Doubtfire (HBO,
8-10 p.m.): Robin Williams plays a struggling actor who - after being divorced by his wife (Sally Field) - figures out a way to see his children more often: He disguises himself as a matronly British nanny named Euphegenia Doubtfire. (Rated PG-13 for strong language.)
In Search of Dr. Seuss (TNT, 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.): Children's book author and illustrator Theodor Suess Geisel, who died in 1991, is honored in this television special that features cartoon clips, songs, and readings from such favorites as ``The Cat in the Hat'' and ``Green Eggs & Ham.''
Genghis Cohn (A&E, 8-9:30 p.m. EST; 9-10:30 PST): This dark comedy presents anti-Semitism and the Holocaust in a different light. Based on the novel ``The Dance of Genghis Cohn,'' by Romain Gary, the made-for-television movie focuses on Otto Schatz (Robert Lindsay), a German police commissioner and former Nazi who had the Jewish comedian and ventriloquist Genghis Cohn (Antony Sher) put to death at the Dachau concentration camp many years before. Cohn returns as a ghost to haunt Schatz, who has tried to forget the past.
The Windsors: A Royal Family (PBS, 9-11 p.m.): This miniseries traces the British royal family through four generations. Part II airs Nov. 14.
Cagney & Lacy: the Return
(CBS, 9-11 p.m.): Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless team up again as New York Police Department detectives in this television movie. In each of the show's six seasons - from 1982-88 - the Emmy for Best Actress went to either Daly (four times) or Gless (twice). The series copped two Emmies for Best Drama.
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