What to Watch Today

Anne Heche's Lifetime Movie, Women of Wrestling and More

  • Peacock

    In B.J. Novak’s directorial debut, The Office star plays a journalist who travels to Texas to investigate the death of a woman he was hooking up with; Issa Rae (Insecure), Ashton Kutcher (That ’70s Show), Boyd Holbrook (Narcos), J. Smith-Cameron (Succession) and Dove Cameron (Schmigadoon!) co-star.

  • Check your local listings
    WOW Women Of Wrestling

    The only global all-female wrestling organization returns showcasing high-level athleticism and drama from Foxxy Fierce, Adriana Gambino, Chainsaw, Americana and more.

  • ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, NBC
    College Football

    Oklahoma vs. Nebraska (at 12 pm on Fox); California vs. Notre Dame (2:30 pm, NBC); BYU vs. Oregon (3:30 pm, Fox); Penn State vs. Auburn (3:30 pm, CBS); Mississippi State vs. LSU (6 pm, ESPN); Toledo vs. Ohio State (7 pm, Fox); Michigan State vs. Washington (7:30 pm, ABC); Miami vs. Texas A&M (9 pm, ESPN); Fresno State vs. USC (10:30 pm, Fox). (View full schedule.)

  • Lifetime
    Girl in Room 13

    TV-movie premiere: A mother (played by the late Anne Heche) tries to save her daughter (When Calls the Heart‘s Larissa Dias) from a drug-dealing human trafficker.

  • Hallmark Channel
    Wedding of a Lifetime

    TV-movie premiere: A recently separated couple (Mean Girls‘ Jonathan Bennett and Royal Pains‘ Brooke D’Orsay) reignites their romance when they compete on TV for an all-expenses-paid wedding.

  • The CW
    Masters of Illusion

    Season 8 finale: Featured magicians include Farrell Dillon, Ngo My Uyen, Stuart MacDonald, Johnny Ace Palmer, Levent, Ran D’ Shine, Eric Jones and Ed Alonzo.

  • CBS
    48 Hours

    Season 36 premiere: Former Olympic equestrian and trainer Michael Barisone speaks out in his first televised interview since the end of his trial for the attempted murder of a former student and her boyfriend.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Jason Sudeikis hosts this encore episode from October; Brandi Carlile performs. (Seven cast members out ahead of Season 48; four new featured players added.)

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