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
    9-1-1

    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

    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 THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🤖
    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.