On TV this Monday: 9-1-1 crosses over with 9-1-1: Lone Star, Weakest Link wraps its freshman run and the Decades Network pays tribute to the late Cloris Leachman. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also, be sure to review our round-up of Black History Month programming.)
What to Watch Today
9-1-1 Crossover, Weakest Link Finale, Cloris Leachman Remembered and More
Before Michaela Coel wowed audiences with HBO’s I May Destroy You (for which she was named TVLine’s Performer of the Year), she created and starred in this British sitcom, which was previously available on Netflix.
Head of the Class
Ahead of the previously announced reboot headlined by One Day at a Time‘s Isabella Gomez, the streamer drops all five seasons of the original 1990s comedy starring Howard Hesseman (and later, Billy Connolly).
The Decades Network Remembers Cloris Leachman
The network honors the iconic actress with back-to-back episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, followed by a rare appearance on The Dick Cavett Show (at 9 pm). (Check schedule.)
Spencer feels the pressure on and off the field as the first game of the season approaches. (Get spinoff scoop!)
Matt makes it clear that toxic behavior will no longer fly, then showcases his country roots on a group date.
The 118 races to rescue a man under siege by his high-tech smart home; Buck, Hen and Eddie prepare for an out-of-state mission. Then…
9-1-1: Lone Star
Crossover alert! Soon after Buck, Hen and Eddie touch down in Austin, Hen and Capt. Strand find themselves in a fight for their lives. (Watch promo.)
While an exchange is made between the two trains, a “great revelation” appears on the horizon. (Read premiere recap.)
The six-part Scandinavian miniseries chronicles the real-life investigation surrounding the 2017 murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall. (Watch trailer.)
The Salisbury Poisonings
Tracy struggles to protect local residents as Officer Bailey’s condition grows dire.
Season 1 finale: The Jane Lynch-hosted revival wraps its freshman run. Good-bye! (Check renewal status.)
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Feb. 1, 2004, Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show performer Janet Jackson experienced a “wardrobe malfunction” when guest singer Justin Timberlake, as planned, yanked her bustier to reveal, to almost everyone’s surprise, her mostly bare right breast.