What to Watch Today

Betty White Tribute, Kenan and Fallon's Jam Wrap and More

  • Fox
    9-1-1: Lone Star

    Judd, Owen and Tommy lead the search for Grace, who goes into the labor while stranded in the ice storm. (Find out when 9-1-1 and Lone Star reunite!)

  • NBC
    Kenan

    Season 2 finale (two episodes): Kenan and Gary go through their childhood belongings, before everyone heads to Miami for fun in the sun. (Not yet renewed.)

  • The CW
    March

    Prairie View’s annual homecoming may be different this year, with COVID as an uninvited guest.

  • The CW
    4400

    As Shanice helps to prepare the Bois Blanc for a celebration, others prepare for war; LaDonna reveals what she knows about the 44orum.

  • Fox
    The Cleaning Lady

    Thony turns to Arman for help when when a potential donor refuses to participate; Lou Diamond Phillips (Prodigal Son) and his daughter Gracie guest-star.

  • HBO
    The Gilded Age

    Tom Raikes visits New York; Peggy seeks legal advice; drama rips through a charity bazaar. (Series premiere earned an average grade of “B+.”)

  • TNT
    Snowpiercer

    Layton goes on the hunt, while Wilford attempts to boost morale; the resistance uncovers a new threat.

  • NBC
    That's My Jam

    Season 1 finale: Kate and Oliver Hudson take on Jordana Brewster and Brent Morin. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    Celebrating Betty White: America's Golden Girl

    President Joe Biden, Drew Barrymore, Valerie Bertinelli, Cher (watch video), Bryan Cranston, Ted Danson, Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Goldie Hawn, Vicki Lawrence, Jane Leeves, Jay Leno, Anthony Mackie, Wendie Malick, Joel McHale, Tracy Morgan, Jean Smart, Mary Steenburgen and more pay tribute to the late icon and animal advocate.

  • ABC
    Promised Land

    Mateo threatens to expose Joe’s past while Margaret conspires to obstruct his future. (Series premiere earned a “B” — but did anyone tune in?)


    📺 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 📺
    On Jan. 31, 1988, ABC’s (original) The Wonder Years started its six-season run, leading out of Super Bowl XXII.