What to Watch Today

All American and 9-1-1 Return, Bob Hearts Abishola and More

  • GSN
    People Puzzler

    Game show premiere: Three contestants put their pop culture knowledge to the rest in a series of crosswords; Leah Remini (King of Queens) hosts.

  • Fox

    Season 4 premiere: The 118 rushes to the scene when the Hollywood Reservoir dam breaks; Bobby worries about Athena’s return to field duty; May begins a surprising new job. (Get First Look.)

  • The CW
    All American

    Season 3 premiere: Spencer is on the defense after he interview he gave comes out; Billy is forced to confront his past; Jordan and Simone must say goodbye to someone they love. (Watch trailer; get spinoff scoop.)

  • ABC
    The Bachelor

    Sarah finds herself at the center of an emotional firestorm; the ladies get to write their own love scenes with Matt. (Is this what is villain Victoria up to?)

  • NBC
    Ellen's Game of Games

    Games include “Oh Ship!,” “Aw Snap,” “Say Whaaat?!” and “Taste Buds.”

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Tina is upset when Malcolm brings home a motorcycle; Dave and Gemma take a spontaneous trip to Las Vegas. (Magic Mike Live Round 2?)

  • CBS
    Bob Hearts Abishola

    Bob sees the return of Abishola’s husband (October Faction‘s Dayo Ade) as a perfect opportunity for Abishola to ask for a divorce.

  • Fox
    9-1-1: Lone Star

    Season 2 premiere: New captain Tommy Vega (Suits‘ Gina Torres) joins the team; Owen is reunited with his ex-wife (House‘s Lisa Edelstein; read Q&A and get First Look) and receives a cancer update.

  • CBS

    Bull and Clark represent an ER doc who ignored direct orders to save one near-death patient in favor of helping another who was also critically injured.

  • ABC
    The Good Doctor

    Lea reveals a piece of her past to Shaun; a wealthy patient’s obsession with extending his life may cost him more than he anticipated. (Will Dr. Lim be OK?)

    On Jan. 18, 1974, the TV series The Six Million Dollar Man — which was spun off a trio of TV-movies, based on Martin Caidin’s Cyborg novel — premiered on ABC.