What to Watch Today

Brilliant Friend Finale, Bull's Hit-and-Run Priest and More

  • ABC
    CMA Country Christmas

    Tony Bennett, Diana Krall, Brett Eldredge, Amy Grant, Martina McBride, Old Dominion, Brad Paisley, Lindsey Stirling and many more perform; Reba McEntire hosts.

  • The CW
    Arrow

    ‘Elseworlds’ crossover (Part 2 of 3): Oliver and Barry head to Gotham with Supergirl to pursue a lead on John Deegan. There, they meet Kate Kane aka Batwoman (Ruby Rose), who provides them with intel that leads to Arkham Asylum. (Concludes Tuesday with Supergirl.)

  • NBC
    The Voice

    The Top 8 vie for a spot in the finale; the artists team up for competitive mash-up duets. (DeAndre Nico Responds to Adam Levine’s Dis!)

  • Freeform
    No Sleep 'Til Christmas

    TV-movie premiere: An engaged event planner (Supergirl‘s Odette Annable) and a bartender (real-life husband Dave Annable) — both of whom suffer from insomnia — discover that they can only fall asleep while next to each other [insert eye roll here]; Charles Michael Davies (The Originals) co-stars.

  • HBO
    My Brilliant Friend

    Season 1 finale: Elena gets kicked out of class for voicing her opinion; Nino encourages Elena to write an article about the experience. (Check renewal status; one of TVLine’s Top 10 Dramas of 2018!)

  • The CW
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    Fall finale: Charlie and Zari help Constantine after he breaks the cardinal Legend rule and alters the past. (Get scoop on this “crossover” episode.)

  • CBS
    Magnum P.I.

    Fall finale: Magnum helps out Rick’s crush Toni (The Sopranos‘ Jamie-Lynn Sigler) after her poker game is robbed by a masked gunman.

  • CBS
    Bull

    Fall finale: Bull agrees to represent a priest who was behind the wheel of a church van in a fatal hit-and-run.

  • ABC
    The Great Christmas Light Fight

    Special time: This “All Stars” episode takes a look back at some of the best festive light displays in America… meaning, this is a clip show.

  • NBC
    Pentatonix: A Not So Silent Night

    The vocal group’s third holiday special features Kelly Clarkson, The Backstreet Boys, Maren Morris and master illusionists Penn & Teller.