What to Watch Today

New Doogie Scrubs In, Wu-Tang and Circle Return and More

  • Netflix
    The Circle

    Season 3 premiere (first four episodes): Nine new contestants move into the apartments in hope of winning the $100,000 grand prize. (Watch trailer.)

  • Disney+
    Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.

    Series premiere: This Doogie Howser reboot follows a new prodigy (Andi Mack‘s Peyton Elizabeth Lee) as she juggles her teenage life with her budding medical career in Hawaii; Kathleen Rose Perkins (Big Shot) and Jason Scott Lee (Hawaii Five-0) co-star. (Watch trailer and opening credits.)

  • Hulu
    Nine Perfect Strangers

    The effects of the treatment grow even more unsettling; Masha reveals her goals to the Marconi family.

  • Disney+
    Turner & Hooch

    Scott tries to prove Hooch’s innocence after a valuable painting is destroyed. (Hey, guess what got renewed??)

  • Hulu
    Wu-Tang: An American Saga

    Season 2 premiere (first three episodes): As a single decision turns Bobby’s life upside down, the rest of the Clan struggles with life in the projects.

  • The CW
    Riverdale

    Mega-star Josie McCoy makes her unexpected return to Riverdale (read preview); Alexandra Cabot surprises Veronica with a visit.

  • ABC
    Women of 9/11: A Special Edition of 20/20 With Robin Roberts

    This two-hour special looks at some of the women whose lives were forever changed on Sept. 11, 2001, including the last survivor pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center.

  • Freeform
    Good Trouble

    Season 3 finale (90 minutes; special time): Mariana interviews for a new job, while Callie questions her choices; Gael is forced to put his priorities into perspective; Alice makes a tough decision.

  • FX
    American Horror Story

    Provincetown’s dark history is brought to light. (Read Episode 3 recap.)

  • FXX
    Archer

    Archer and Lana battle snakes, crocodiles and mercenaries in order to reunite a family.


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