On TV this Monday: Kim Cattrall is Filthy Rich, Ellen DeGeneres returns after a “hot” summer, and two Spectrum originals find broadcast homes. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Filthy Rich Debuts, Ellen Returns, L.A.'s Finest on Fox and More
No more panel! Dr. Ian Smith takes over as the program’s sole host for Season 13; Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier joins Smith to discuss the premature death of Chadwick Boseman.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
“Yes, we’re gonna talk about it,” DeGeneres said in a recent statement. Season 18’s first guest: Tiffany Haddish. (Three producers fired!)
The Kelly Clarkson Show
Clarkson returns to the show’s home turf at Universal Studios Hollywood as Season 2 gets underway.
Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Carrie Ann Inaba return to a redesigned, socially distanced set, while fellow co-host Eve joins them remotely from a London-based studio for the start of Season 11. Monday’s guest: new talk show host Drew Barrymore. (Marie Osmond out!)
The Wendy Williams Show
Williams returns to the studio following a three-month hiatus brought on by Graves’ disease.
Season 1 broadcast premiere (previously aired on Spectrum): Gabrielle Union reprises her Bad Boys II role as former DEA agent-turned-LAPD homicide detective Syd Burnett, who polices the streets with fellow cop Nancy McKenna (Jessica Alba).
Monday Night Football
The New Orleans Saints face the Las Vegas Raiders. (DWTS will instead air Tuesday at 8 pm.)
Canada's Drag Race
Season 1 finale: The final three write, record and perform a remix of a RuPaul classic; the competition’s inaugural winner is crowned. (Already watch on WOW Presents Plus? Read our recap.)
Series premiere: A newly widowed Christian television personality (Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall) learns that her husband (This Is Us‘ Gerald McRaney) fathered three illegitimate children. (Watch sneak peek.)
Manhunt: Deadly Games
Broadcast premiere (previously aired on Spectrum): The limited series focuses on the hunt for the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics bomber; Cameron Britton (Mindhunter), Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire), Judith Light (Transparent) and Carla Gugino (The Haunting of Hill House) star.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
After taking the summer off (and hosting Sunday’s Emmy Awards), Kimmel returns to the El Capitan Entertainment Centre with in-studio episodes.