On TV this Monday: Luke Skywalker emerges as one of the Knights Templar, The Voice heads into battle and 9-1-1 presents Chimney’s origin story. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Mark Hamill Joins Knightfall, 9-1-1 Origin Story and More
The coaches enlist the help of Charlie Puth, Kelsea Ballerini, Brooks & Dunn and Khalid, as the Battle Rounds get underway.
Things go awry shortly after Oliver asks Laurel to help investigate damaging information that affects Emiko. (Renewed and cancelled.)
Devon discovers what really happened to Julian; Nic turns her focus to her sister, who is back with their estranged father (Psych‘s Corbin Bernsen). (Should Fox Keep or Cut?)
Several members of the team are forced to reckon with the consequences of questionable actions. Which is not vague at all.
Calvin and Dave’s college basketball teams go head to head; Dave invites his best friend from Michigan (Enlisted‘s Geoff Stults) to accompany them to the game.
One Nation Under Stress
Documentary premiere: Dr. Sanjay Gupta uncover the root causes of stress and its impact on American life expectancy.
Following that brutal attack at the end of the midseason premiere, this episode presents Chimney’s origin story, detailing how he became a firefighter
Into the Badlands
Time slot premiere: Pilgrim searches for a wounded Sunny; The Widow must confront her innermost demons to restore her Gift. (Yep, final season.)
Season 2 premiere: Landry must redeem himself after he is banished from the Knights Templar following his affair with Queen Joan; Mark Hamill (Star Wars) joins the cast as “battle-hardened” Talus.
Maya and Matthew scour Sevvy’s house in search of anything that might lead to an arrest. (Readers gave the series premiere an average grade of “B.”)
The Mueller Report: A Turning Point
60 minutes: CBS Evening News‘ Jeff Glor unpacks AG William Barr’s report to Congress, which stated that Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not find evidence supporting that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia, but did not rule out whether POTUS committed obstruction of justice.