What to Watch Today

Jessica Biel Is Candy, Breeders Is Back, Song Contest Names Winner, New Amsterdam and More

  • Hulu

    Limited series premiere (one episode per day through Friday): The pressures of conformity build within 1980s housewife Candy Montgomery (played by The Sinner‘s Jessica Biel), culminating in deadly results; Melanie Lynskey (Yellowjackets), Timothy Simons (Veep), Pablo Schreiber (Halo) and Raúl Esparza (Law & Order: SVU) co-star. (Watch trailer.)

  • NBC
    American Song Contest

    Season 1 finale: The top 10 artists perform one last time for their chance to win America’s vote. (Not yet renewed.)

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Grammy-winning legend Patti LaBelle guest-stars as Calvin’s mother, the oft-mentioned Butler matriarch Marilyn. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • Fox

    Hen and Chimney put their lives on the line to get to the bottom of a mysterious death; Eddie visits Texas to try to make amends with his father.

  • The CW
    All American: Homecoming

    Simone attempts to distract herself from what’s really upsetting her; saddled with more questions than answers, Damon find help from Thea.

  • AMC
    Better Call Saul

    As business booms for Jimmy, tensions escalate between Gus and Lalo. (How great was Kim meeting Mike??)

  • HBO
    We Own This City

    Hersl is placed on the GTTF; Jensen monitors Gondo’s calls; Jenkins brings Suiter along on a raid. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)

  • FX

    Season 3 premiere (two episodes): Paul stays at Leah’s house; Ally begins to feel the pressure of single parenthood. (Watch trailer.)

  • ABC
    The Good Doctor

    Shaun and Claire work a case together, just like old times; Sophie takes Lea out for a day of wedding planning; Lim stays on top of Nurse Villanueva’s situation.

  • NBC
    New Amsterdam

    Special night: Max discovers a fatal flaw in Fuentes’ scheme to acquire the UMI medical clinic. (Another new episode airs Tuesday at 10.)

    Speaking of NBC medical dramas….

    On May 9, 2002, ER‘s Dr. Mark Greene returned home to Hawaii, with daughter Rachel, to live out his final days. [Cue Israel Kamakawiwoʻole’s “Over the Rainbow” 😭]