What to Watch Today

Raising Dion Season 2, Jenna Dewan Plays Lucy Lane Again, The Resident Scrubs Back In and More

  • Hulu
    How I Met Your Father

    Sophie rethinks her 30th birthday party after a successful first date with Drew; Jesse and Ellen struggle to connect as siblings. (No endgame planned?)

  • Netflix
    Raising Dion

    Season 2 premiere (all eight episodes): After Dion befriends a fellow powered kid, alarming events unfold. (Watch trailer; what else is streaming in February?)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    The recipient of Nic’s heart is admitted to the ER (watch a sneak peek); Bell makes a heartbreaking decision; the Raptor puts Devon in a difficult position.

  • The CW
    Superman & Lois

    Lois and Chrissy embark on a mission to find Lois’ sister Lucy (Supergirl‘s Jenna Dewan; get First Look); Jonathan and Jordan worry about Clark’s visions.

  • The CW

    Naomi must contend with all the secrets that have been kept from her; Annabelle, Anthony and Jacob push Naomi to campaign for class president.

  • Fox
    The Real Dirty Dancing

    Series premiere: Somewhat famous people — Brie Bella, Corbin Bleu, Tyler Cameron, Cat Cora, Howie Dorough, Antonio Gates, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes and Loni Love — recreate dance routines from the classic film; Stephen “tWitch” Boss hosts.

  • HBO
    Terry Bradshaw: Going Deep

    The 80-minute documentary offers an intimate portrait of the Hall of Fame quarterback and Emmy-winning broadcaster.

  • NBC
    This Is Us

    Kevin visits the construction site of the new family cabin; Malik and Deja share controversial news at a family dinner. (A new episode of The Wall follows.)

  • ABC

    Bow intervenes when Dre overreacts to Devante leaving the house ashy; Jack makes a bold outfit choice for picture day.

  • CBS
    FBI: Most Wanted

    The team hunts for a notorious Colombian drug lord; Kristin opens up to her ex-husband about her past. (Who’s out? Who’s in? FBI star shares dream crossover.)

    On Feb. 1, 1982, Late Night With David Letterman premiered on NBC, kicking off a franchise that would later be hosted by Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers.