What to Watch Today

Jeopardy! Crowns College Champ, Interactive Cat Burglar, Beth-Centric This Is Us and More

  • Netflix
    Cat Burglar

    From the creators of Black Mirror comes another interactive special — this one an over-the-top, Tex Avery-inspired cartoon wherein viewers help Rowdy Cat get one over on Peanut the Security Pup.

  • Hulu
    How I Met Your Father

    While Valentina helps Sophie with an unexpected career opportunity, Jesse and Sid struggle with procrastination. (Recently renewed!)

  • Netflix
    Race: Bubba Wallace

    The six-part docuseries follows the only Black driver currently in NASCAR’s Cup Series as he uses his voice and talent to try and change the sport.

  • CBS
    FBI

    The team connects with the imam of OA’s former mosque after two Muslim college students are wrongly targeted as terrorists. (Get FBI: International scoop!)

  • ABC
    Jeopardy! National College Championship

    Grand finale: Liz Feltner (Northeastern), Jaskaran Singh (University of Texas) and Raymond Goslow (Kennesaw State) compete for the $250,000 grand prize.

  • The CW
    Superman & Lois

    Clark struggles with feelings of guilt about what happened to John Irons; Lana and Kyle help Sarah prepare for her quinceañera.

  • The CW
    Naomi

    Naomi continues her training and rekindles her romance with Nathan, but remains deeply shaken by her terrifying encounter with the bounty hunter.

  • Fox
    The Real Dirty Dancing

    Season 1 finale: Corbin Bleu and Cat Cora and Anjelah Johnson-Reyes and Tyler Cameron must perfect the iconic Lift; the winning couple is revealed.

  • NBC
    This Is Us

    Co-written by Susan Kelechi Watson, this sequel to Season 3’s “Our Little Island Girl” sees Beth prepare her dancers for the first big recital at her new job.

  • ABC
    To Tell the Truth

    Winter premiere: Panelists include Cynthia Erivo, Gary Owen and Donald Faison.


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