What to Watch Today

Celebrity Big Brother Returns, Black Lightning Relocates, Kimmel Salutes Trump and More


On TV this Monday: Anthony Scaramucci is among the Big Brother celebs, Jimmy Kimmel marks the midpoint of President Trump’s first term and Arrow and Black Lightning return from winter break. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Comedy Central
    Parks and Recreation Marathon

    Through 11 pm | Spend the day in Pawnee with Leslie Knope & Co.! The basic cabler’s latest acquisition launches with an all-day binge-a-thon. 

  • The CW

    Oliver hopes to get back to work and focus on his marriage, but Dinah has other plans for him. (Watch a sneak peek, get Black Siren scoop.)

  • CBS
    Big Brother: Celebrity Edition

    Season 2 premiere: Houseguests include ex-White House communications director Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci, disgraced Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte and O.J. boarder Kato Kaelin. (Get complete list of celebs.)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    A medical device’s malfunction leads to an investigation that pits Austin against Quovadis; Devon treats a patient experiencing unusual stomach pains. 

  • The CW
    Black Lightning

    New time slot alert! Khalil and Jennifer succumb to their feelings and plan for the future; Jefferson turns to Henderson for a favor. 

  • CBS
    Magnum P.I.

    Magnum and Higgins discover that the assassin who killed Higgins’ true love has resurfaced in Oahu; Rick takes over a case for Magnum.

  • Fox
    The Passage

    Amy and Brad seek refuge with Brad’s ex-military instructor; Lear reflects on his decisions. (Read premiere recap.)

  • ABC
    The Good Doctor

    Shaun and Glassman spend the day at Lea’s startup; Melendez and Lim navigate their new relationship. (Get First Look.)

  • NBC

    Ben and Grace search for a kidnapped Cal, using his drawings as clues to determine his whereabouts.

  • ABC
    Jimmy Kimmel Live: Intermission Accomplished -- A Halftime Tribute to Trump

    Marking two years since President Trump was sworn into office, this special episode promises to be “all-American tribute to our Commander-in-Chief with celebrities, song, ‘covfefe’ and ‘hamberders.'”