On TV this Monday: The stars pay tribute to Sesame Street, Bull marks a milestone, and All American is shaken by a police shooting. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Sesame Street Special, Black Lightning Faces Crisis and More
Stateside premiere (all six episodes): Years after Fox’s Rainn Wilson drama comes a Swedish adaptation of the popular crime novels; Kjell Bergqvist stars.
Series premiere: Eight photographers put their creativity on the line in a series of challenges that cover every aspect of phone photography.
Athena and Michael talk to May about her past suicide attempt; Chimney and Maddie adjust to parenthood; Nia is reunited with her birth mom.
Spencer talks with a college scout; Billy realizes the recruiting game has changed; a police shooting of a young Black woman hits too close to home for Olivia.
Sesame Street: 50 Years of Sunny Days
The two-hour documentary highlights the impact of the iconic series and the nonprofit behind it, and features a reimagined rendition of “Sunny Days” by Stevie Wonder. First Lady Jill Biden, W. Kamau Bell, Gloria Estefan, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Whoopi Goldberg, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Christopher Jackson, Angelina Jolie, John Legend, Lucy Liu, Olivia Munn, John Oliver, Rosie Perez, Questlove, Chrissy Teigen and Usher appear.
Bob Hearts Abishola
Abishola begins studying for med school; Tunde schools Bob on the art of home repair.
Gambi warns the Pierce family of a possible crisis on the horizon. (Powerpuff first look!)
Episode No. 100: Bull is hired to help a woman who insists on pleading guilty to the murder of a wealthy philanthropist who preyed on her as a teenager.
As Bryan and Finola figure out their next move, a diver finds Debris and accidentally erases his sister from reality. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
The Good Doctor
After a political protest turns violent, Shaun and the others race to save two young gunshot victims; Italia Ricci (Designated Survivor) guest-stars.