On TV this Monday: Ordinary Joe wraps its first (and only?) season, Christine Baranski navigates The Gilded Age and ABC pops the cork on the Promised Land. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Promised Land, March and Gilded Age Premiere, Snowpiercer Returns, Ordinary Joe Ends and More
9-1-1: Lone Star
Owen attempts to rescue stranded migrants; T.K.’s life hangs in the balance; Grace prepares for the birth of her baby.
Kenan, Pam and Tami accuse Mika of being a workaholic. Then in a second episode, Kenan worries about introducing secret girlfriend Janay to his family.
The eight-part docuseries showcases the eclectic group of students at Prairie View A&M University as they navigate performing in one of the nation’s most prestigious HBCU marching bands.
The Cleaning Lady
Thony is faced with a dire ultimatum that could comprise her son’s access to medical care; Arman questions his real role in the family.
The Gilded Age
Series premiere: From Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes comes tthis period piece set in 1882 New York City; Carrie Coon (The Leftovers), Cynthia Nixon (And Just Like That), Audra McDonald and Christine Baranski (The Good Fight) star. (Read review.)
Season 3 premiere: As Wilford reinforces his rule aboard the icy train, Layton’s pirate train continues its quest for warm spots. (Daveed Diggs and Rowan Blanchard tease “hot” times ahead!)
Season 17 premiere: The Seth MacFarlane ‘toon returns. (Get First Look at The Orville Season 3.)
Part 2 of 2: Jane turns to Whistler when the investigation into Maggie’s kidnapping leads to a shocking truth; Beulah Kaole (Hawaii Five-0) guest-stars.
Season (?) finale: Cop Joe aims to impress Amy’s family, Nurse Joe embarks on an important trip with Chris, Music Joe hits rock bottom. (Renewal outlook!)
Series premiere: The generation-spanning soap tells the story of two Latino families vying for wealth and power in California’s Sonoma Valley; John Ortiz (Messiah), Christina Ochoa (A Million Little Things) and Bellamy Young (Scandal) star. (Episode 2 will drop on Hulu Tuesday, ahead of its linear broadcast on Jan. 31; watch trailer.)