On TV this Monday: Saul Goodman is pushed to his limit, Manifest‘s second season comes in for a landing, and Quibi enters the streaming wars. Here are 10 programs (plus a whole bunch of “Quick Bites!”) to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Manifest Finale, Quibi Goes Live, Better Call Saul and More
The new mobile-only streaming service launches with nearly two-dozen short-form originals, including Most Dangerous Game (starring Liam Hemsworth and Christoph Waltz) and Survive (led by Sophie Turner and Corey Hawkins), plus reboots of MTV’s Punk’d (hosted by Chance the Rapper) and Singled Out (emceed by Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster).
After Tina receives some unexpected news, Calvin, Dave and Gemma encourage her to take a big leap of faith… and go skydiving.
Bob Hearts Abishola
Abishola is forced to draw a line when Bob’s ex-wife Lorraine (recurring guest star Nicole Sullivan) tries to reenter his life; Christina continues to pursue Kofo.
Emily defends a young man charged with felony domestic violence, while Lola struggles with supporting Robin’s distant job offer.
Better Call Saul
In the antepenultimate Season 5 episode, Jimmy (or is it Saul?) is pushed to his limit when a simple errand for a client goes goes awry.
The Plot Against America
Evelyn and Bengelsdorf receive an invitation to a state dinner for Nazi Germany’s foreign minister; Philip is traumatized by a neighborhood death.
Roswell, New Mexico
Liz turns to Kyle for a favor that could land him in hot water; Isobel uses her powers for good. (Series star Jeanine Mason appears on Whose Line at 8 pm.)
Paul struggles to get the family out of the house for a trip to the park.
When TAC represents a train engineer with no memory of the fatal crash he allegedly caused, Bull searches for jurors who will place blame on the employer.
Season 2 finale: Michaela and Ben risk everything to pull off a rescue; Saanvi appeals to the Major on behalf of Zeke, whose Death Date is nigh. (Not yet renewed.)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Secrets & Suprises
One hour: Former host Regis Philbin and new host Jimmy Kimmel go behind the scenes of the game show ahead of its primetime return (on Wednesday).