What to Watch Today

Criminal Minds Serves Up Horror, '70s Show Sequel and More

  • Paramount+
    Criminal Minds: Evolution

    In a “very intense, high-horror” episode directed by Aisha Tyler, with the Sicarius investigation in limbo, the BAU sets its sights on an UnSub who practices a twisted form of Old Testament vengeance. (Psst… see the good news?)

  • Paramount+
    The Game

    Tasha negotiates with the new league while dealing with a severe mystery pain; Malik hosts a Make-a-Wish kid; Brittany uncovers an explosive secret.

  • HBO Max
    Gossip Girl

    Kate cuts a deal with Camille after Greyson de Haan places a $1 million bounty on Gossip Girl’s identity; Nick is implicated in Julien’s quest to destroy GG.

  • Netflix
    That '90s Show

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Eric and Donna’s daughter Leia spends the summer in Point Place with grandparents Red and Kitty (That ’70s Show‘s Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp); Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Don Stark and Tommy Chong guest-star. (Read review.)

     

  • HBO Max
    Velma

    Two episodes: Velma and Daphne work out their issues in self-defense class; Fred reconsiders his views on women; Norville gets entangled in a new mystery.

  • ABC
    Celebrity Jeopardy!

    The Office‘s B.J. Novak, Ted Lasso‘s Brendan Hunt and sportscaster Cari Champion are put to the ultimate test during the final quarterfinal round.

  • Fox
    Hell's Kitchen

    A double elimination awaits as the final seven chefs compete in several challenges to earn their coveted black jackets.

  • The CW
    Walker

    Cordell and Cassie intervene in a hostage situation at a server farm; August attempts to smooth things over with his grandparents. (The CW to air golf?!)

  • The CW
    Walker Independence

    Abby begins to second-guess everything she thought to be true; an unexpected person from Kai’s past appears in Independence.

  • ABC
    The Chase

    Buzzy “The Stunner” Cohen faces off against two game show veterans and an attorney who has traveled to all 50 states.