What to Watch Today

I Am the Night Arrives, Resident Under Quarantine and More

  • ABC
    The Bachelor

    The group heads to Singapore, where Colton goes bungee-jumping with Tayisha and shopping with Caelynn. 

  • HBO
    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.

  • The CW
    Arrow

    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 Squad Ghost Initiative. (Read preview.)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    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. 

  • TNT
    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.)

  • The CW
    Black Lightning

    Jefferson suspects that Tobias is responsible for a recent attack; Lynn is confronted by her past. 

  • CBS
    Magnum P.I.

    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?)

  • Fox
    The Passage

    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.)

  • ABC
    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. 

  • NBC
    Manifest

    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.