What to Watch Today

In the Dark Season 1 Ends, Life in Pieces Series Finale, Democratic Debate Night 2 and More

  • CBS All Access
    Strange Angel

    Jack suspects that his breakthrough fuel formula has been stolen by an enemy spy.

  • Freeform
    Siren

    Two episodes: First up, Maddie and Ben continue the procedures on Ryn. Later, Ted and helen connect over their shared family histories.

  • The CW
    iZombie

    Liv and Clive investigate the death of Miss Teen Seattle 1999, where a rival contender is of course the prime suspect. (Get series finale date!)

  • NBC
    Democratic Candidates Debate

    Night 2 of 2: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris are among this evening’s 10 candidates.

  • The CW
    In the Dark

    Season 1 finale: Things take an “interesting turn” between Dean and Murphy. Hmm… (Previously renewed!)

  • CBS
    Life in Pieces

    Series finale (two episodes): First up, Tim saves the life of a fellow hotel guest (Brockmire‘s Richard Kind) when the family takes a trip to the Bahamas. Then at 9:30 pm, Tim and Heather contemplate having another baby, Jen and Greg go house-hunting, and Matt gets a job offer… in Germany. (Officially cancelled.)

  • CBS
    Elementary

    Odin Reichenbach comes to Holmes and Watson with an extraordinary offer to help him with a program that can predict future crimes.

  • USA Network
    Queen of the South

    Javier and Boaz tend to a personal problem, while Teresa gets involved in a dangerous turf war.

  • ABC
    Reef Break

    Cat jumps into action after modern-day pirates hijack a yacht containing a laptop with sensitive information on the governor.

  • Various
    Late-Night Reacts to Debate

    First up, The Daily Show With Trevor Noah (Comedy Central) has former Vt. Governor Howard Dean. Then at 11:35 pm, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (CBS) has former N.J. Governor Chris Christie and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) has Nicki Minaj. Finally, at 12:37 am, Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC) has Kate McKinnon and Rep. Pramila Jayapal.