What to Watch Tonight

Stitchers Returns, Flash Is Back, Beyond the Tank and More

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Barry and the team encounter a female speedster; Iris and her boss get flirtatious amid a disagreement over her latest assignment. (Get scoop.)

  • Fox
    New Girl

    Schmidt’s dad (Peter Gallagher, The O.C.) shows up unexpectedly; Cece gets a surprising offer; Nick and Winston compete to see whose job is harder.

  • NBC
    Heartbeat

    Series premiere: Renowned surgeon Alexandra Panttiere (Melissa George, Grey’s Anatomy) can do it all — except decide between the two men in her life (played by Brothers & Sisters’ Dave Annable and Aussie Don Hany); Jamie Kennedy (Ghost Whisperer) and D.L. Hughley (Studio 60) co-star. (Read review.)

  • WGN America
    Outsiders

    Fults searches for Houghton; Asa offers Big Foster more ammo in exchange for moonshine; Haylie takes advantage of Hasil’s imprisonment.

  • The CW
    iZombie

    Liv and Detective Babineaux investigate the murder of a scientist who was recently demoted at work; Blaine pays Ravi a visit; Vaughn du Clark confronts Major.

  • AT&T Audience Network
    You Me Her

    Series premiere: This polyamorous rom-com follows the budding relationship between a man (Greg Poehler, Welcome to Sweden), his wife (Rachel Blanchard, Fargo) and an escort (Priscilla Faia, Rookie Blue).

  • Freeform
    Stitchers

    Season 2 premiere: Kirsten has difficulty stitching into a live consciousness after reviving Cameron, but experiences real emotions for the first time.

  • ABC
    Beyond the Tank

    Mark gets an update on Beatbox boxed wine; Barbara checks in with struggling kiddie party service The Coop; Kevin reaches out to a couple who left the Tank without a deal for their toy subscription service. (Where did Of Kings and Prophets go, three of you asked?)

  • CBS
    Limitless

    Senator Morra (recurring guest star Bradley Cooper) visits Brian after he is placed under 24-hour surveillance. (How likely is Season 2?)

  • FX
    The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

    The jury grows anxious after months of being isolated from their families; the country is introduced to DNA evidence.