What to Watch Today

Brooklyn 99 Reunion, P.D.'s Voight Takes Stand and More

  • Apple TV+
    Ted Lasso

    News of a free agent sends the clubs into a frenzy. (Watch Jason Sudeikis/Nick Mohammed and Brett Goldstein/Juno Temple interviews; is Rupert’s office inspired by Star Wars?)

  • Netflix
    Waco: American Apocalypse

    The three-part docuseries offers the “definitive account” of what happened in Waco, Texas in 1993, when cult leader David Koresh faced off against the federal government in a bloody, 51-day siege.

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Will and Nellie treat a patient with a very rare disorder; CFD and Med staff work together to free a paranoid father trapped in the MRI suite.

  • NBC
    Chicago Fire

    Cruz’s increased workload begins to take its toll; Kidd, Gallo and Carver get caught in the middle of a gang war. (Look who’s coming back!)

  • BET
    House of Payne

    Season 10 premiere: After someone blows up his food truck, Curtis takes the investigation into his own hands. (Assisted Living‘s Season 4 premiere airs at 9:30 pm.)

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    In an episode directed by former star Jesse Lee Soffer, Voight takes the stand for ASA Chapman in a high-stakes murder trial against drug kingpin Arturo Morales.

  • ABC
    A Million Little Things

    Regina and Rome face challenges living with Walter; Gary reconnects with a relative who offers insight into his past. (Fall behind? Read Episode 6 recap.)

  • FX

    Franklin braces for fallout; Kane seeks revenge.

  • CBS
    True Lies

    Omega Sector seeks help from a merciless contract assassin known as The Wolf (played by Matthew Lillard). (Lingo benched till next season — but why?)

  • Comedy Central

    Series premiere: B99‘s Andy Samberg co-created the adult animated comedy and voices title character Rip Digman, a washed-up celebrity archeologist; former TV wife Melissa Fumero voices Bella. (Watch trailer.)