On TV this Monday: Chris Pine stars in the TNT miniseries I Am the Night, The Bachelor heads to Singapore and Arrow is haunted by the past. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
I Am the Night Arrives, Resident Under Quarantine and More
The group heads to Singapore, where Colton goes bungee-jumping with Tayisha and shopping with Caelynn.
Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists
Documentary premiere (110 minutes): Filmmakers Jonathan Alter, John Block and Steve McCarthy chronicle the intersecting lives and careers of legendary newspaper journalists Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill.
In cast member David Ramsey’s directorial debut, Oliver and Laurel’s pasts come back to haunt them; Curtis is upset to learn that Diggle has restarted the
Suicide SquadGhost Initiative. (Read preview.)
Meg (Glee’s Dot-Marie Jones), Nic’s favorite guard from her stint in prison, is placed under quarantine after she is diagnosed with a fast-spreading disease; Devon treats a love-sick patient (Timeless’ Michael Rady) experiencing flu-like symptoms.
I Am the Night
Limited series premiere: From EPs Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine (Wonder Woman) comes this drama inspired by the incredible true story of Fauna Hodel (Secret Life of the American Teenager’s India Eisley), a troubled teen who starts to investigate the secrets to her past, and Jay Singletary (Pine), a hack reporter who helps her uncover the truth. (Watch trailer.)
Jefferson suspects that Tobias is responsible for a recent attack; Lynn is confronted by her past.
Magnum investigates the death of a man who, prior to his death, hired the P.I. to find his killer. Huh. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Brad works out a deal with Sykes and Richards to stay with Amy at Project NOAH as they begin to run tests on the young subject. (Read preview.)
The Good Doctor
Shaun, Morgan and Lim treat an autistic woman with a delicate brain condition; Lea and Shaun navigate their friendship and roommate status.
Michaela digs deeper to learn more about her connection to Zeke (Matt Long); Ben’s family deals with growing disdain for the passengers of Flight 828.