What to Watch Today

Prodigal Son Searches for Debutante Slayer, Zoey's Playlist Hits Pause, New This Is Us and More

  • PBS
    Finding Your Roots

    Law & Order: Organized Crime‘s Christopher Meloni and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Tony Shalhoub discover their immigrant roots. (When does L&O:OC debut?)

  • CBS
    NCIS

    Gibbs helps Palmer through a personal trauma; the team investigates the death of a Navy officer who was killed while driving home a recently released inmate.

  • OWN
    Queen Sugar: Never Let Go

    Series creator Ava DuVernay offers an exclusive sneak peek at Season 5 ahead of its Feb. 16 debut. (Watch trailer; already renewed!)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    Pregnant Nic is injured by a patient; Conrad makes a concerted effort to save the hospital. (Who was a Performer of the Week honorable mention?)

  • NBC
    Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist

    Midseason finale: Simon calls out racial bias at SPRQ Point; Mo and Max pitch a new investor. (Moving to Sundays in March.)

  • HBO
    Black Art: In the Absence of Light

    The documentary sheds a light on contemporary African American artists, including Theaster Gates, Kerry James Marshall, Faith Ringgold and Amy Sherald. (Review Black History Month programming guide.)

  • ABC
    black-ish

    Bow makes history as the first Black female partner at her hospital (watch sneak peek); Dre tries to convince Stevens & Lido to hire another Black executive.

  • Fox
    Prodigal Son

    Malcolm and Ainsley race to find the killer in the Debutante Slayings; JT has a difficult decision to make regarding the cop who discriminated against him; Kate Burton (Scandal) guest-stars. (Get First Look at Catherine Zeta-Jones!)

  • NBC
    This Is Us

    Kevin sets off on a stressful road trip, while flashbacks show Jack and Young Kevin at football training camp. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • ABC
    Big Sky

    Cassie and Jenny grow more suspicious with each hospital visit; Ronald must address his inner demons. (Who was Performer of the Week?)


    🏈 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 👃
    On Feb. 9, 1973, The Brady Bunch‘s Marcia got hit in the nose with a football, after which BMOC Doug Simpson cancelled their date. “Something suddenly came up!”