What to Watch Today

AGT Finale Night 1, DWTS Week 2, TIME100 and More

  • Netflix
    The Playbook: A Coach's Rules for Life

    This five-part docuseries shines a light on coaches with championship résumés, including the Los Angeles Clippers’ Doc Rivers, WNBA Hall of Famer Dawn Staley, two-time FIFA World Cup winner Jill Ellis, Premier League’s José Mourinho, and Serena Williams’ coach, Patrick Mouratoglou.

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    Season 15 finale (Night 1 of 2): The top 10 acts — Archie Williams, Alan Silva, Roberta Battaglia, Cristina Rae, Brandon Leake, Daneliya Tuleshova, BAD Salsa, Bello Sisters, Kenadi Dodds and Broken Roots — perform one last time, with the winner revealed Wednesday.

  • Fox
    Cosmos: Possible Worlds

    Broadcast premiere (previously aired on NatGeo): Neil deGrasse Tyson shares a long-term vision of humanity’s future worlds.

  • ABC
    Dancing With the Stars

    Special night: After all 15 celebs compete a second week — including Tiger King‘s Carole Baskin, who will dance the Viennese Waltz to Tom Jones’ “What’s New Pussycat” — the first eliminated pair is revealed.

  • The CW
    Dead Pixels

    Season 1 finale: Meg, Nicky, Usman and Russell are set to complete Kingdom Scrolls, and decide to make a weekend of it by cosplaying the final level.

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Wyatt’s addiction leads him to a very dark place. (Fall behind? Read Episode 15 recap.)

  • The CW
    Tell Me a Story

    Hannah goes up against Katrina’s henchmen; Nick refuses to take no for an answer; Jordan attempts to move past his need for revenge.

  • ABC
    TIME100

    For the first time ever, Time magazine reveals its list of the world’s most influential people in a primetime special, ahead of its print debut.

  • NBC
    Transplant

    A friend from Syria reaches out to Bashir for his help treating patients back home; Magalie’s moral convictions are put to the test.

  • Freeform
    Kal Penn Approves This Message

    Series premiere: Each week, in the lead-up to November’s presidential election, the actor and former Obama administration staffer offers a deep dive into issues relevant to Millennial and Gen Z voters.