What to Watch Today

State of the Union, Kimmel Chats With Stormy and More

On TV this Tuesday: President Donald Trump gives his first State of the Union address, E! counter-programs with the launch of its Rose McGowan docuseries and Jimmy Kimmel sits down with Stormy Daniels. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • E!
    Citizen Rose

    Docuseries premiere (two hours): This five-part series chronicles Rose McGowan’s life in the wake of speaking out against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. (Which Charmed alum is casting a spell against The CW’s potential reboot?)

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Cisco and Ralph get caught in the crossfire of a meta who shrinks everything he touches; Cecile discovers her pregnancy comes with temporary powers, because why not.

  • Freeform
    The Fosters

    Brandon and Grace’s senior prank goes too far; Mariana and Mat come to an important decision about the future of their relationship.

  • ABC
    Fresh Off the Boat

    Two episodes (special time): Jessica gets wrapped up in a Olympics conspiracy (involving special guest star Nancy Kerrigan); Evan begins seeing the school shrink.

  • CBS
    Super Bowl Greatest Commercials 2018

    60 minutes: NFL Today analyst Boomer Esaison and NCIS: LA‘s Daniela Ruah host this countdown of the best Super Bowl commercials of all time.

  • CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC, and major cable news nets
    State of the Union Address

    Approx. 90 minutes: President Donald Trump describes the current state of the country in 280 characters or less to a joint session of Congress.

  • The CW
    Black Lightning

    Jefferson isn’t certain the community can survive without Black Lightning; Jennifer reveals something to her parents. (Fall behind? Read Ep. 2 recap.)

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Hanna reveals a long-kept secret; David turns to Katheryn for help with Jeffrey.

  • TBS
    The Detour

    Nate struggles in his new role as stay-at-home dad. (Get TBS renewal news, midseason premiere dates.)

  • Various
    Late-Night Reacts to State of the Union

    The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah (11 pm, Comedy Central), The Opposition‘s Jordan Klepper (11:30 pm, Comedy Central) and The Late Show‘s Stephen Colbert (11:35 pm, CBS) go live to discuss Trump’s address, while Jimmy Kimmel (11:35 pm, ABC) sits down with 45’s alleged onetime mistress, porn star Stormy Daniels.