What to Watch Today

S19 Responds to Grey's Cliffhanger, Law & Order Revival Bows, Ming-Na on Young Sheldon and More

  • Peacock

    Will’s friend Tray visits him in Bel-Air; the Banks family supports Hilary by hosting an influencer event.

  • HBO Max
    Raised by Wolves

    Mother struggles to keep the collective from falling apart; Marcus and his followers are given new hope.

  • Paramount+
    Star Trek: Discovery

    Captain Burnham and her crew must go where few have gone before: beyond the Galactic Barrier.

  • NBC
    Law & Order

    Season 21 premiere: Bernard (Anthony Anderson) and his new partner (played by Burn Notice‘s Jeffrey Donovan) investigate the murder of an infamous entertainer. Sam Waterston reprises his role as Jack McCoy; Camryn Manheim (The Practice), Hugh Dancy (Hannibal) and Odelya Halevi (Good Trouble) co-star. (SVU and Organized Crime follow; who else might be returning?)

  • CBS
    Young Sheldon

    Sheldon clashes with Dr. Lee (Book of Boba Fett‘s Ming-Na Wen), a new scientist in the lab. (United States of Al, Ghosts [read preview], B Positive and Bull are also new.)

  • ABC
    Station 19

    Winter premiere: As a new chief settles in at the firehouse, the crew receives a call about a certain SUV flown over a cliff. (Get scoop on “dark” Season 5B!)

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    Winter premiere: The Grey Sloan doctors grapple with the aftermath of the car crash involving one of their own, while Meredith works to save Dr. Hamilton’s life. (What’s the plan for Episode 400?)

  • The CW

    Winter premiere: Cleo, MG and Jed team on an unusual mission, while Alaric, Landon and Ted figure out what’s next. (Need a refresher? Read fall finale recap.)

  • Fox

    Amy and Henry are forced to cover up an accidental bribe; Jodie nearly blows her cover with Matt and Sarah.

  • ABC
    Big Sky

    Winter premiere: Jenny and Cassie are determined to get answers in the wake of Joseph’s death; Max and Rachel take matters into their own hands.

    On Feb. 24, 1978, Quark — NBC’s Richard Benjamin-led sci-fi comedy about an interstellar garbage scow — made its series premiere, having aired its pilot nine months prior. Only six more episodes would air.