On TV this Monday: The Neighborhood addresses the Black Lives Matter movement, Bull heads back to (virtual) court, and All Rise, Bob Hearts Abishola and His Dark Materials kick off their sophomore runs. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
CBS Comedies, All Rise, Bull and His Dark Materials Return
Dancing With the Stars
Six celebrity and pro-dancer couples face double elimination in the semifinals. (Did [Spoiler] deserve to go home?)
Season 3 premiere: The Butlers and the Johnsons intervene when a member of their community is the victim of racial injustice. (Read preview.)
Leon Bridges (Team Kelly), Miguel (Team Legend), Kane Brown (Team Blake) and Julia Michaels (Team Gwen) prepare the last of the artists for Battle Rounds.
Bob Hearts Abishola
Season 2 premiere: Bob’s proposal plans are upended when Abishola shares her belief that a traditional marriage is more trouble than it’s worth.
Season 2 premiere: Mark witnesses Lola being detained by the police while trying to defend a teenage protester. (Watch sneak peek.)
His Dark Materials
Season 2 premiere: As Lyra and Will explore a new world, Lee Scoresby embarks on a new mission. (Watch trailer.)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Season 7 finale: Featured magicians include Ali Cook, Tony Clark, Till Haunschild and Tony Montana. (Get Season 8 premiere date.)
On the night of Antonio’s fight, tensions run high in the Monreaux family, Rose runs into her ex-fiancé, and Becky contemplates her relationship with Eric.
Harper struggles to find her footing in a new city; Gus alienates upper management; Yasmin takes her flirtation with Robert to new heights. (Read premiere recap.)
Season 5 premiere: Bull and the team must adjust to a virtual court system as the coronavirus forces a citywide shutdown. (Watch sneak peek.)
The Good Doctor
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Nov. 16, 1981, Elizabeth Taylor made her General Hospital debut as Helena Cassadine, who showed up in Port Charles to curse Luke and Laura on their wedding day.