What to Watch Today

9-1-1 Crossover, Weakest Link Finale, Cloris Leachman Remembered and More

  • HBO Max
    Chewing Gum

    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.

  • HBO Max
    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).

  • Decades
    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.)

  • The CW
    All American

    Spencer feels the pressure on and off the field as the first game of the season approaches. (Get spinoff scoop!)

  • ABC
    The Bachelor

    Matt makes it clear that toxic behavior will no longer fly, then showcases his country roots on a group date.

  • Fox

    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…

  • Fox
    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.)

  • TNT

    While an exchange is made between the two trains, a “great revelation” appears on the horizon. (Read premiere recap.)

  • HBO
    The Investigation

    The six-part Scandinavian miniseries chronicles the real-life investigation surrounding the 2017 murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall. (Watch trailer.)

  • AMC
    The Salisbury Poisonings

    Tracy struggles to protect local residents as Officer Bailey’s condition grows dire.

  • NBC
    Weakest Link

    Season 1 finale: The Jane Lynch-hosted revival wraps its freshman run. Good-bye! (Check renewal status.)

    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.