What to Watch Today

One Day at a Time Returns, Hulu's PEN15 and More

On TV this Friday: One Day at a Time extends the Alvarez family tree, Big Mouth celebrates Valentine’s Day and Hell’s Kitchen‘s latest culinary champ is revealed. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Hulu

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Creators Maya Erskine (Casual) and Anna Konkle (Rosewood) play themselves as 13-year-old middle-school outcasts in the year 2000. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    One Day at a Time

    Season 3 premiere (all 13 episodes): Lydia is reunited with estranged sister Mirtha (played by Gloria Estefan); Penelope’s brother Tito (Law & Order: SVU‘s Danny Pino) pays the family a visit; Schneider makes a new lady friend (Kevin (Probably)’s India de Beaufort). (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Nailed It! Mexico

    Series premiere (all episodes): This Spanish-language spinoff of the amateur baking competition is hosted by Omar Chaparro and Anna Ruiz. (Watch trailer.)

  • Amazon
    White Dragon

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): A sheltered London professor (Life on Mars‘ John Simm) travels to Hong Kong to unravel the mystery behind his wife’s sudden death.

  • Netflix
    Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine

    Ahead of Season 3 comes a ridiculously raunchy Valentine’s Day episode. (Watch trailer.)

  • Fox
    Hell's Kitchen

    Season 18 finale (two hours; special time): The final two chefs prepare a large dinner service held at Six Flags Magic Mountain; a winner is revealed.

  • NBC

    Patterson and Rich set off on an international treasure hunt in an effort to save Jane.

  • The CW
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

    Rebecca tries to support Paula during her time of need; Greg, Josh and Nathaniel have an unfortunate encounter. 

  • CBS
    Blue Bloods

    Danny goes against protocol during a hostage negotiation; Frank helps a distraught cop who accidentally shot a girl.

  • HBO
    2 Dope Queens

    Season 2 premiere: Phoebe and Jessica talk fashion with Lupita Nyong’o, then challenge the Oscar winner to a braiding competition.