What to Watch Today

Bob Hearts Abishola Secret Slips, 4400 Returns and More

  • Hallmark Channel
    Honoring Betty White

    Through Tuesday at 5 am | In addition to a curated lineup of 40 Golden Girls episodes, the cabler will re-air the 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame movie The Lost Valentine at 8 pm, starring White and Jennifer Love Hewitt. (View full schedule.)

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    The Good Dish

    Daphne Oz, Gail Simmons and Jamika Pessoa take over Dr. Oz‘s time slot with a series offering beauty, cooking, fashion and lifestyle tips.

  • BET, BET Her
    Becoming: Michelle Obama in Conversation

    Yara Shahidi (grown-ish) moderates a discussion between the former First Lady and college students about navigating young adulthood in today’s climate.

  • NBC
    Kenan

    Kenan struggles to accept that Aubrey is growing up; Gary pursues a controversial revenue stream on social media. (View NBC’s midseason report card.)

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Calvin offers to coach Dave for an amateur boxing tournament; Marty meets a new woman at the gym. (What are CBS’ best and worst rated shows?)

  • ABC, ESPN
    Monday Night Football

    Before Super Wild Card Weekend comes to a close, the Arizona Cardinals must first face the Los Angeles Rams.

  • CBS
    Bob Hearts Abishola

    After Bob accidentally lets slip that Morenike is gay, Abishola and Kemi are forced to defend her against their church — and their own families.

  • The CW
    4400

    As the government contemplates its next move, Rev reckons with his newfound ability and Jharrel receives unexpected news.

  • CBS
    NCIS

    Shortly after a civilian research vessel picks up a small boat of wounded Navy officers, terrorists are found on board. (Get crossover scoop!)

  • NBC
    That's My Jam

    Celebrity guests include Anthony Anderson, T-Pain, Ryan Tedder and Bebe Rexha.

  • CBS
    NCIS: Hawai'i

    Lucy goes undercover after evidence to put away a drug kingpin is stolen; Whistler’s ex-girlfriend arrives in town. (Which H50 vet has been enlisted?)

  • NBC
    Ordinary Joe

    While Music Joe goes full rock star mode, Nurse Joe has cause for celebration and Cop Joe deals with an unsavory family secret.

  • PBS
    A Reckoning in Boston

    What begins as a documentary examining racial and economic inequalities in cities from the perspective of low-income students of color morphs into something else entirely when filmmaker James Rutenbeck is forced to come to terms with his complicity in racist structures.