What to Watch Today

Lamorne Morris' Woke, L.A.'s Finest Back on Duty and More

  • Netflix
    Get Organized With The Home Edit

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): Home organizers Clea and Joanna help everyday clients, as well as celebrities — including Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, Neil Patrick Harris and Retta — categorize and contain their clutter.

  • Spectrum
    L.A.'s Finest

    Season 2 premiere (all 13 episodes): Sydney mourns a friend; McKenna deals with the aftermath of Izzy’s abduction; the team investigates a powerful crimewave in Koreatown. (Watch trailer; when does Season 1 air on Fox?)

  • Netflix
    The Social Dilemma

    Documentary premiere: Silicon Valley insiders provide insight into our growing dependence on social media to stay connected.

  • Hulu
    Woke

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): Lamorne Morris (New Girl) stars as a cartoonist whose eyes are opened to systemic racism following a brush with police violence. (Read our review, watch trailer.)

  • The CW
    The 100

    The red sun puts a damper on Clark Kent’s Clarke’s plans. (Fall behind? Read Episode 12 recap.)

  • BET
    Tyler Perry's House of Payne

    Two episodes: C.J. and Janine stand by Malik; Jazmine learns that Malik is having a baby. (The revival premiere earned an average reader grade of “B+.”)

  • The CW
    Coroner

    Detective McAvoy is forced to face his past and confront the brotherhood of blue when a case hits close to home.

  • BET
    Tyler Perry's Assisted Living

    Two episodes: Jeremy tries to convince Grandpa Vinny to renovate; Vinny calls the cops to handle a matter at the living facility.

  • CBS
    48 Hours: Suspicion - The Tiger King Mystery

    Just days before Carole Baskin puts on her Dancing shoes, a former employee comes forward and alleges that her ex-husband may be connected to the disappearance of Don Lewis.

  • PBS
    Hacking Your Mind

    Docuseries premiere: NBC News’ Jacob Ward explores how marketers and social media companies rely on humans going through life on “autopilot.”