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

    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

    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 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.