Wednesday TV: A Rascally, Retro Mouse

The rodent that built the company got some zippy new life in the cartoons Paul Rudish has made since 2013. Such new adventures come in a new series that borrows a title from another Disney property with “The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse” (Disney+, streaming). Two new shorts that also feature Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto premiere today with more coming each Friday starting next week. The voice talent inclues Chris Diamantopoulos as Mickey, and Kaitlyn Robrock as the new voice of Minnie. 

Benjamin Bradley, an interior designer who specializes in the holidays gets his own show as well as a nickname in the new “Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas” (Netflix, streaming), decking homes of deserving families. But is there a Mrs. Christmas?

A Frenchman searches Syria for a sister that is presumed to be dead and ends up joining Kurdish female fighters in ISIS-occupied territory in the new eight-part drama “No Man’s Land” (Hulu, streaming). 

The documentary “Crazy, Not insane” (HBO, 9 p.m.) follows psychiatrist Dorothy Otnow Lewis who has tried to figure out what makes serial killers like Ted Bundy tick. 

“Nature” (PBS, 8 p.m., check local listings) looks at measures to protect primates in the wild. 

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