What to Watch Today

Chucky Comes Out to Play, The Oval Returns and More

  • Netflix
    The Movies That Made Us

    Season 3 premiere (all eight episodes): Featured films include Aliens, Coming to America, Elf, Friday the 13th, Halloween, The Nightmare Before Christmas, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Robocop.

  • BET
    Tyler Perry's House of Payne

    Season 8B premiere: A surprise guest crashes family game night; Curtis is asked to fill in for CJ at the firehouse. (Assisted Living Season 2B kicks off at 8:30.)

  • OWN
    Queen Sugar

    Charley must choose between love and ambition; the police take their intimidation of Nova to a shocking level. (We found Blue!!!)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    Conrad puts all his effort into finding answers. (Read Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp post mortems, plus preview; who received TVLine accolades?)

  • CBS
    FBI: International

    The team investigates when an U.S. citizen turns up at Madrid’s embassy, claiming innocence while covered in her boyfriend’s blood. (Hear the news?)

  • BET
    The Oval

    Season 3 premiere: Hunter vows for revenge; Victoria lusts for Sam. (Watch teaser.)

  • The CW

    When Nyxly kidnaps William, Kara is forced to take a more proactive stance; Alex faces the biggest challenge of her life.

  • Syfy, USA Network

    Series premiere: A vintage Chucky doll turns up at a suburban yard sale and throws a small town into chaos; Jennifer Tilly (as Tiffany Valentine), Alex Vincent (Andy Barclay) and Christine Elise (Kyle) reprise their film roles. (Read preview; watch trailer.)

  • NBC
    New Amsterdam

    Max struggles with the hospital’s new fiscal reality; Sharpe is determined to provide follow-up cancer screenings for patients before it’s too late.

  • ABC
    A Night In the Academy Museum

    Oscar winners Laura Dern and Tom Hanks invite famous friends and colleagues — including Annette Bening, Cher, Jon M. Chu, Geena Davis, Danny Glover, Eiza González, Emily V. Gordon, Aldis Hodge, Marsai Martin, Marlee Matlin, Melissa McCarthy, Kumail Nanjiani, Michelle Rodriguez, Jurnee Smollett and Diane Warren — to spend a night in the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.