What to Watch Today

Legends Returns, President Show Documentary and More


On TV this Monday: The Legends of Tomorrow invade Woodstock, The President Show envisions the final days of the Trump administration and Dancing With the Stars dedicates an evening to its corporate overlords. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • ABC
    Dancing With the Stars

    The remaining dancers take to the ballroom floor for Disney Night. (An encore of The Rookie pilot follows at 10 pm; The Good Doctor resumes next Monday.)

  • The CW
    Arrow

    Oliver must align himself with an old enemy to track down Diaz from inside prison. (Read showrunner Q&Aview new crossover poster.)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    Kit and AJ put their differences aside to team up against Bell; Conrad and Nic work together to make a child cancer patient’s dreams come true.

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Dave finally confronts Calvin about his reluctance to make him feel welcome after Calvin turns down an invite to the Johnsons’ housewarming party.

  • The CW
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    Season 4 premiere: The Legends travel to Woodstock after Constantine (new series regular Matt Ryan) warns Sara about a powerful new threat. (Watch trailer.)

  • Fox
    9-1-1

    The first responders rush to the scenes of a competitive eating contest, a bodybuilding competition and a toddler pageant. But no combo of any two!

  • CBS
    Magnum P.I.

    TC asks Magnum to assist when the father of one of his young football players is accused of murder; Cyndi Lauper (Bones) guest-stars.

  • CBS
    Bull

    Bull assists the defense when DNA links an MD to a homicide; Danny and Mackenzie must determine if the doctor’s DNA sample was contaminated.

  • NBC
    Manifest

    Flashbacks reveal how Grace, Olive and Jared dealt with the (presumed!) loss of their loved ones following the disappearance of Flight 828.

  • Comedy Central
    A President Show Documentary: The Fall of Donald Trump

    Set in the year 2030, this mockumentary looks back at the final days of the Trump administration; SVU vet Stephanie March makes her debut as Ivanka Trump.