What to Watch Today

Canada's Drag Race, The Good Fight on BET and More

Canada's Drag Race

On TV this Monday: Canada’s Drag Race launches Stateside, The Good Fight gets a showcase on BET and I May Destroy You attempts to “spark joy.” Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Quibi
    Don't Look Deeper

    Series premiere: A high school senior can’t shake the feeling that she’s not human; Don Cheadle (Black Monday) and Emily Mortimer (The Newsroom) co-star. (Watch trailer.)

  • Hulu
    Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On

    Stateside premiere: British chef Jamie Oliver uses kitchen staples to create simple recipes while stuck in lockdown. 

  • DC Universe
    DC's Stargirl

    Courtney is confronted by a ghost from her past; Pat learns more about the ISA’s plan. (Read Luke Wilson Q&A.)

  • Logo
    Canada's Drag Race

    Stateside premiere: Twelve fierce queens compete for the title of Canada’s First Drag Superstar; U.S. Drag Race alum Brooke Lynn Hytes, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie serve as judges.

  • BET
    The Good Fight

    Through 11 pm | Across two nights the cabler showcases six episodes of the CBS All Access drama wherein RB&L deal with issues spanning racial biases, political resistance, pay disparity, white privilege, voter fraud and more. (View schedule.)

  • NBC
    The Titan Games

    Josh Porter goes up against Blake Broadhurst for the men, while Shantal Athill takes on Courtney Roselle for the women.

  • The CW
    Whose Line Is It Anyway?

    Ryan, Wayne and Colin are joined by their old pal Greg Proops.

  • HBO
    I May Destroy You

    Arabella moves forward with a risky plan to “spark joy”; Kwame explores the full spectrum of his sexuality.

  • The CW
    Penn & Teller: Try This at Home Too

    This virtual special features special guests Howie Mandel and the cast of Nancy Drew, including Kennedy McMann, Scott Wolf, Riley Smith, Leah Lewis, Maddison Jaizani and Tunji Kasim.

  • TBS
    American Dad

    Worried that Hayley is too soft-hearted, Stan attempts to make his daughter “farm tough” by converting the house into an urban homestead.