On TV this Monday: Tonya Harding slips on her Dancing shoes, NBC’s Good Girls hatch an intricate, end-of-season scheme and Elementary returns for Season 6. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
DWTS and Elementary Return, Good Girls Finale and More
Dancing With the Stars: Athletes
Season premiere: Participants include disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding, PyeongChang breakout Adam Rippon and NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. (Who’s got the best odds?)
Lucifer works with Dan on a murder investigation involving a dog show, while Chloe second-guesses a life-changing decision. (Get scoop!)
Kara and Imra team up to stop Pestilence after the third Worldkiller injures Alex and Winn. (Get May Sweeps scoop.)
Liv is trapped in the morgue, hopped up on white rapper brain, when a zombie serial killer prompts a citywide lockdown.
Conrad and Devon work to save a fellow doctor who has fallen through the hospital skylight; Mina is caught off guard by Chastain’s new star surgeon (Sneaky Pete‘s Malcolm Jamal-Warner).
Season 6 premiere: Holmes receives a diagnosis for his hallucinations and makes a new friend (Dexter‘s Desmond Harrington). (Read preview.)
Season 1 finale: Beth, Ruby and Annie hatch a plan to take down Rio and come up with the money for Sara’s kidney transplant. (Not yet renewed.)
AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction
Docuseries premiere: This six-part program begins with a deep-dive into aliens in cinema, including Alien, Arrival, Avatar, District 9 and E.T.
For Our Lives: Parkland
60 minutes: This special follows the Stoneman Douglas shooting survivors, providing an in-depth look at their meetings with lawmakers and the work that went into organizing the March for Our Lives event.
Flashbacks link Marshall to the early migration; Jude looks into a mysterious disappearance; Sophie puts her career on the line to help save Reece’s daughter.