What to Watch Today

Freaks and Geeks on Hulu, Snowpiercer Season 2 and More

  • Hulu
    Freaks and Geeks

    The beloved one-season wonder — starring Linda Cardellini, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Martin Starr, Busy Phillips, James Franco and John Francis Daley — is now available to stream, with its original soundtrack intact. (Should there be a revival?)

  • Fox
    9-1-1

    Athena fights to save herself and an agoraphobic woman after her house collapses in a mudslide. (Is there more to Buck’s COVID crush than meets the eye?)

  • The CW
    All American

    Spencer and Billy are forced to adjust their style in order to earn the team’s trust; the new coach at Beverly comes as a surprise to Jordan. (Read premiere recap.)

  • NBC
    Ellen's Game of Games

    Contestants play “Stink Tank,” “Mazed and Confused,” “Taj Mah-Wall” [groan] and the new game “Burst of Knowledge.”

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Calvin is upset to learn that curmudgeonly neighbor Walter intends to sell his property to greedy developers.

  • CBS
    Bob Hearts Abishola

    When Abishola’s husband Tayo refuses to give her a divorce, Bob and Abishola grow disheartened about the prospect of marriage.

  • CBS
    All Rise

    While on maternity leave, Lola attempts to participate remotely in Judge Brenner’s special training.

  • TNT
    Snowpiercer

    Season 2 premiere: A new threat rattles the train upon Mr. Wilford’s (Sean Bean) arrival; Melanie makes an irreversible decision. (Watch trailer; already renewed!)

  • ABC
    The Good Doctor

    Shaun meets Lea’s parents for the first time; the team treats a teenage gymnast. (Fall behind? Read Episode 7 recap.)

  • AMC
    The Salisbury Poisonings

    Basic cable premiere: The four-part limited series (which originally aired on BBC One and is already available on AMC+) dramatizes the 2018 Novichok poisonings; Anne-Marie Duff (Shameless), Rafe Spall (The War of the Worlds), MyAnna Buring (The Witcher), Annabel Scholey (The Split) and Johnny Harris (This Is England ‘86) star.


    🌳 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🌳
    On Jan. 25, 1991, NBC’s Generations — the first American soap opera that featured an African American family at its core — signed off after a nearly two-year run. Some of its cast included Kristoff St. John, James Reynolds, Richard Roundtree, Lynn Hamilton and Debbi Morgan.