What to Watch Today

Sabrina's Chilling Debut, Midnight, Texas and More

  • Netflix
    Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): From the minds behind Riverdale comes this reimagining of the supernatural coming-of-age story, with Mad Men‘s Kiernan Shipka in the title role; Ross Lynch (Austin & Ally), Miranda Otto (Homeland) and Lucy Davis (Better Things) co-star. (Read “B+” review and Episode 1 recap.)

  • Amazon
    The Romanoffs

    The fourth installment takes place over a single day in New York City — and that’s all we know; Amanda Peet (Brockmire) and John Slattery (Mad Men) star.

  • DC Universe
    Titans

    Kory travels to the convent where Rachel was raised; Dick recalls his unorthodox upbringing in the shadows of Bruce Wayne. (So, about that Dove cliffhanger…)

  • NBC
    Blindspot

    Patterson and Rich DotCom take charge when the team sets out to defuse an explosive threat to New York City’s already-garbage subway system.

  • The CW
    Dynasty

    Fallon takes desperate measure to sell Carrington Atlantic to the Van Kirks; Sam and Alexis attempt to confirm their suspicions regarding Melissa.

  • CBS
    MacGyver

    Mac and Jack travel to Mexico to rescue Oversight after an attempt to capture a drug cartel’s leader goes south.

  • NBC
    Midnight, Texas

    Season 2 premiere: Manfred deals with the ramifications of “taking in” six demons; a new hotel opens in town. (Meet the miraculous new residents.)

  • Paramount Network
    Heathers

    Burn-Off Night 2 of 5 (two episodes): Veronica goes on a double date with Heather Duke; Heather Chandler moves forward with her suicide campaign.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include former Trump mistress Stormy Daniels and blink-and-you-missed-it White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

  • Syfy
    Channel Zero: The Dream Door

    Season premiere: Tom (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Brandon Scott) and Jillian (Straight Outta Compton‘s Maria Sten) suspect their home is haunted; Steven Weber (Wings) and Steven Robertson (Elementary) co-star. (New episodes air nightly through Wednesday.)