What to Watch Today

Big Brother Returns, Black Widow Primer, Monsters at Work Clock In, Card Sharks Finale and More

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On TV this Wednesday: Big Brother and Love Island return with new seasons, Disney+ offers a Black Widow refresher and a Pixar classic gets a small-screen spinoff. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Disney+

    In the penultimate episode, Loki attempts to escape The Void and meets variant versions of himself. (The Simpsons short The Good, the Bart, and the Loki is also streaming.)

  • Disney+
    Marvel Studios: Legends

    The latest installment serves as a primer for Black Widow, which releases in theaters (and via Disney+ Premier Access) on Friday.

  • Disney+
    Monsters at Work

    Series premiere: The Pixar offshoot picks up after the events of Monsters Inc., as an eager young monster (voiced by Superstore‘s Ben Feldman) discovers that scaring is out and laughter is in; Billy Crystal and John Goodman reprise their roles as Mike and Sulley.

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    Season 23 premiere (90 minutes): Sixteen new houseguests, including a last-minute replacement, move in. (Airing Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.)

  • The CW
    Kung Fu

    Nicky and Henry find themselves on a collision course with Zhilan and Kerwin; Jin and Mei-Li come to a decision about the restaurant.

  • NBC
    Stanley Cup Final

    The Lightning (3-1) attempt to close out the championship against the Canadiens in Game 5.

  • The CW
    In the Dark

    In an unfamiliar place, a lonesome Murphy realizes how helpless she is without her friends. (Has Batwoman cast [Spoiler]’s mom?)

  • BET
    Tyler Perry's Sistas

    Zac reveals his feelings for Fatima to Karen; Andi and Gary develop a problem in the bedroom. (Fall behind? Read Episode 4 recap.)

  • CBS
    Love Island

    Season 3 premiere (90 minutes): Twelve sexy singles are ready to mingle in Hawaii. (Airing Tuesday-Friday and Sundays this season. Whew.)

  • ABC
    Card Sharks

    Season 2 finale: The Joel McHale-fronted reboot has yet to be renewed as it wraps its sophomore run.

  • TV Land

    Season 7 cable premiere: The Sutton Foster dramedy’s divisive farewell run, which wrapped on Paramount+ in June, begins rolling out with its first two episodes.