On TV this Labor Day: Steven Universe gets the movie treatment, top competitors return for Night 2 of the Ninja Warrior national finals, and Hulu chronicles the rise and fall of a Hollywood heavyweight. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Harvey Weinstein Docu, Steven Universe Movie and More
Untouchable: The Rise and Fall Of Harvey Weinstein
Documentary premiere: This film chronicles the disgraced movie producer’s career, including a hard look at the more than 80 accusations of sexual assault leveled against him; interviews include Rosanna Arquette, Hope D’Amore, Paz de la Huerta and Erika Rosenbaum. (Watch trailer.)
Steven Universe: The Movie
Just when Steven thinks he is done defending the Earth, a new threat arrives. (Read preview.)
American Ninja Warrior
Night 2 of the national finals includes top competitors Jessie Graff, Grant McCartney, Drew Dreschel and Mathis “The Kid” Owhadi.
Bachelor In Paradise
Angela’s arrival stirs up trouble for Clay; Tayshia is happy to see two new men arrive; a “stunning departure” precedes the rose ceremony.
So You Think You Can Dance
Two dancers are eliminated from the Top 6. (Find out when WWE wrestling will take over Fox Fridays forever.)
The Big Bang Theory
Repeat to Revisit: In the series’ third-to-last episode, Beverly is unusually kind to Leonard (Johnny Galecki, who earned a POTW Honorable Mention).
Mike worries when Simon goes undercover as a reserve-duty soldier to learn more about Yosef and Rabbi Yizhak Ben Shoshan.
The Terror: Infamy
Chester is treated in a hostile manner; the Japanese-American community celebrates Obon, a festival that commemorates the spirits of those who have died.
In the penultimate Season 1 episode, Javi and Alicia attempt to get to the bottom of what really happened to their mom, while secrets from Santiago’s past come to light.
Dud plans a trip with El Confidente; Liz and Lenore’s friendship blossoms; Connie learns about the True Lodge.