What to Watch Today

The Flash Is Put on Trial, Black Lightning Arrives and More

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Iris and Joe must decide how far they’re willing to go to clear Barry’s name as the Clifford DeVoe murder trial gets underway; Mark Valley (Human Target) guest-stars. (View photos.)

  • Freeform
    The Fosters

    Callie helps Ximena; Brandon and Grace struggle to be intimate following her diagnosis; Mariana is courted by multiple suitors. (Cancelled… but there’s a twist!)

  • ABC
    The Middle

    Reverend TimTom helps Frankie find a new passion in life; Mike demands Sue and Brick fix the hole between their bedroom walls.

  • The CW
    Black Lightning

    Series premiere: Former vigilante Jefferson Pierce (Hart of Dixie‘s Cress Williams) comes out of retirement when a familiar foe resurfaces. (Read preview.)

  • NBC
    This Is Us

    Kate goes wedding dress shopping; Kevin embraces a new way of life; Randall digs deeper into William’s past. (Fall behind? Read Ep. 11 recap.)

  • Fox
    LA to Vegas

    #DerbelMcDillet alert! Dermot Mulroney guest-stars opposite Dylan McDermott (yes, that’s allowed!) as a fellow mustachioed pilot.

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Charles is faced with a difficult medical decision when a baby is born with an addiction to heroin;  Rhodes deals with relationship issues. (Read preview.)

  • OWN
    The Paynes

    Series premiere (two episodes; special night and time): This House of Paynes spinoff meets back up with Curtis and Ella Payne (LaVan Davis and Cassi Davis), who are now retired and living in Florida; Jackée Harry (Sister, Sister) co-stars. (Airs Fridays at 9 beginning Jan. 19.)

  • ABC
    Kevin (Probably) Saves the World

    Kevin helps a mysterious do-gooder raise funds for a dog sanctuary; Nate asks Amy to accompany him to a wedding. (Keep your ears peeled for a kitchen scene featuring Agent Carter‘s James D’Arcy, Enver Gjokaj and Wynn Everett.)

  • TV Land

    Season 2 finale: Mrs. Adler reveals she’s pregnant; the women of Fillmore are transported back to the 1940s. (Get renewal status.)