What to Watch Today

Reasonable Doubt and Rookie Spinoff Debut, Most Wanted's New Recruit, La Brea Returns and More

  • Paramount+
    11 Minutes

    The four-part docuseries takes viewers inside the largest mass shooting in our country’s history at the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas.

  • Netflix
    Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy

    In his first Netflix stand-up special, Kroll discusses the power of mothers, his journey to fatherhood and getting his heart broken for the first time at 33.

  • Hulu
    Reasonable Doubt

    Series premiere (first two episodes): From EPs Kerry Washington and Larry Wilmore comes a legal drama about a morally questionable defense attorney (played by Ballers‘ Emayatzy Corinealdi); Michael Ealy (Sleeper Cell) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)

  • Hulu

    In Episode 4, Reed gets involved in Bree’s personal life; Hannah realizes Gordon doesn’t know she’s a lesbian. (First three episodes earned a “B+.”)

  • ABC
    Bachelor In Paradise

    Season 8 premiere (two hours): Logan and Jacob from the most recent season of The Bachelorette are among the 19 returnees headed to paradise.

  • OWN
    Queen Sugar

    Darla sees an old friend who triggers unwanted memories; Ralph Angel tries to save Parthena’s land; Prosper and Sandy make an exciting decision.

  • Fox
    The Resident

    The gubernatorial race leads to violence at the polls; Conrad finds common ground with an especially aggressive patient. (Read premiere post mortem.)

  • NBC
    La Brea

    Season 2 premiere: Eve comes face to face with a ruthless prehistoric group; Gavin, Izzy and Ella question whether they’re fit to survive in 10,000 B.C. (Get scoop; watch cast Q&A below.)

  • CBS
    FBI: Most Wanted

    Special Agent Ray Cannon (new series regular Edwin Hodge) joins the Fugitive Task Force. (Postponed FBI finale has an airdate!)

  • ABC
    The Rookie: Feds

    Spinoff premiere: Claws‘ Niecy Nash-Betts plays Simone Clark, the oldest rookie in the FBI; James Lesure (Las Vegas), Britt Robertson (For the People) and Kevin Zegers (Rebel) co-star. (Watch trailer.)

    40 years ago, the very ’80s comedy Square Pegs debuted on CBS, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Jami Gertz and Tracy Nelson