On TV this Monday: 9-1-1 and The Good Doctor host season-ending weddings, NCIS: Hawai’i assists with a prison transfer and 9-1-1: Lone Star rescues one of its own. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
9-1-1, Lone Star and Good Doctor Finales, NCIS and More
Tension between Spencer and Asher is at an all-time high; Patience sees a new side of Coop. (Which shows were axed as part of CW cancel spree?)
In Cedric the Entertainer’s directorial debut, when Tina reunites with her former girl group, old issues threaten to derail their big performance.
Season 5 finale: Maddie, Eddie, May, and Buck and Taylor reach decisions about their futures; the 118 gathers for a surprise wedding. (Just renewed!)
Bob Hearts Abishola
As Bob, Abishola and Tayo scramble to find a new career path for Dele, the teenager turns to a surprising source for advice.
All American: Homecoming
Simone and Thea prepare for competition; Damon receives encouragement from JR; Coach Marcus spirals out of control. (Just renewed!)
Better Call Saul
Kim and Jimmy turn to a knowledgeable contact for help; Howard scrutinizes Jimmy’s business practices.
Jess and Jimmy’s budding romance 😮 is put on hold when a vital organ transfer goes wrong.
9-1-1: Lone Star
Season 3 finale: Strand and the 126 come together to rescue one of their own; T.K. and Carlos reach a decision; Tommy and Julius decide on their future. (Just renewed!)
We Own This City
Jenkins pivots after a high-speed chase yields no narcotics; the city is rocked by the Freddie Gray protests.
An injured Paul finds himself high on Leah’s supply; Ally and Ava drift further apart.
Lister is determined to draw a line in her tempestuous relationship with Mariana; Ann receives a surprise visitor.
Season 1 finale (Part 1 of 2): Jane serves as Captain Milius’ personal security escort during a secret prisoner exchange operation.
🚿 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🚿
On May 16, 1986, in the Dallas season finale, Bobby Ewing stepped out of the shower, and everything that had happened in Season 9 went poof.