What to Watch Today

Pivoting and B Positive Finales, Crime for Beals and More

  • Peacock
    Bust Down

    Series premiere (all six episodes): SNL‘s Chris Redd plays one of four casino workers living dead-end lives; Jak Knight (Big Mouth), Langston Kerman (The Boys) and Sam Jay (PAUSE With Sam Jay) co-star.

  • Hulu
    The Dropout

    Elizabeth works her magic on Walgreens; Ian attempts to investigate what’s going on behind closed doors. (Series premiere earned a reader grade of “B.”)

  • HBO Max
    Our Flag Means Death

    Three episodes: Blackbeard suffers an identity crisis, Stede is determined to intimidate an incoming merchant ship.

  • Paramount+
    Star Trek: Discovery

    Burnham and the crew attempt to make First Contact with the DMA as it approaches Earth and Ni’Var. (Read Picard preview; watch Strange New Worlds teaser.)

  • Fox
    Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer

    Season 1 finale: Kurt and Steven select their final ladies, then break the news about their identities to see if love outweighs their bank accounts. (Not yet renewed.)

  • The CW
    Walker

    Liam shares an old land survey which could spell trouble for the Walkers, while Cordell has news of his own to share with the family. (Watch Legacies preview.)

  • CBS
    B Positive

    Season 2 finale (special time): As Drew prepares to leave for his big trip to Alaska, Gina contemplates a sale of Valley Hills. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    Meredith, Amelia and the team prepare for Dr. Hamilton’s groundbreaking procedure; Owen proves to be a difficult patient in physical therapy.

  • Fox
    Pivoting

    Season 1 finale: Amy, Sarah and Jodie take Coleen’s ashes out for a girl’s night that culminates in chaos. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: Organized Crime

    Bell’s task force investigates Kilbride’s ties to the Marcy Organization; Stabler befriends a close-knit group of cops; Jennifer Beals (The L Word) begins an arc.


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