What to Watch Today

The World Series, Legends' New Recruit and More

On TV this Tuesday: The Los Angeles Dodgers face off against the Houston Astros, the Legends of Tomorrow adds a new member to the team and James Corden brings Drop the Mic to TBS. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Fox
    MLB World Series: Game 1

    The Los Angeles Dodgers host the Houston Astros, live from Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles.

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Barry takes on Hazard (Sugar Lyn Beard), a meta with the ability to give others bad luck; Harry returns to give Wally a message from Jesse. (Who was Performer of the Week?)

  • ABC
    The Middle

    On Halloween, Frankie and Brick look for the murderer of a woman who supposedly died in their bathtub 50 years ago; Sue becomes a literal third wheel to Axl and Lexie.

  • The CW
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    Traveling to the future to catch a rogue assassin, the Legends meet a fellow outlaw named Zari (new series regular Tala Ashe; view photos).

  • NBC
    This Is Us

    Kate surprises Toby at work, presumably to discuss… you know; Rebecca receives unexpected news while Jack and the boys are on a camping trip.

  • ABC
    The Mayor

    Courtney throws City Hall’s first-ever “Halloween Spook-tacular” extravaganza; Kristen Johnston (The Exes) guest-stars.

  • CBS
    NCIS: New Orleans

    Sebastian gets placed on administrative leave for mishandling the foot chase of a high-level fugitive.

  • TBS
    Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker's Wild

    Series premiere: Snoop Dogg hopes to leave you on a #PeakTV high with this reimagining of the classic game show, joined by special guest Seth Rogen.

  • truTV
    At Home With Amy Sedaris

    Series premiere (two episodes): The comedian hosts this satirical take on a Martha Stewart-esque lifestyle show, showing off her “expertise” when it comes to such things as gutting a fish, making raisin necklaces and entertaining businessmen.

  • TBS
    Drop the Mic

    Series premiere: Method Man and Hailey Baldwin host this spinoff of the popular Late Late Show segment, which pits celebs against one another in “epic” rap battles. First up: Halle Berry vs. James Corden, and Usher vs. Anthony Anderson.