* TINY HOUSE NATION and TINY HOUSE HUNTING. 9 and 10 p.m. tonight, FYI.

Apparently I'm not the only one who's become obsessed with houses smaller than a studio apartment, because my latest guilty pleasure, "Tiny House Nation," which returns for a second season tonight, last week gave birth to a spinoff in which downsizing enthusiasts go shopping.


Tuesday, Amazon Prime.

Amazon's newest original series stars Lola Kirke ("Gone Girl") as a young oboist trying to win a spot in a New York symphony orchestra with a flamboyant new conductor (Gael Garcia Bernal of "Rosewater"). Based on a memoir by Blair Tindall, it's an eye-opening look at the underside of classical music. Bernal, who invests his character with more soul than his multiple eccentricities suggest, steals the show.

* THE WRONG MANS. Wednesday, Hulu.

Comedy thriller co-created by and starring Mathew Baynton and future CBS "Late Late Show" host James Corden, returns for its second season: four half-hour episodes that all go online Christmas Eve.

* THE OUTLANDER YULE LOG. 2:45 p.m. Thursday, Starz.

Televised Yule logs - and at least one TV menorah - are now a cable staple, but only Starz's "Outlander" version was filmed on location in Scotland, complete with dogs (see photo, above). It's really just a 15-minute come-on for the "Outlander" marathon that begins at 3 p.m. Christmas Day, but extended versions of the homey scene are available at Starz.com, on the Starz apps and On Demand.

- Ellen Gray