What to Watch Today

Superman & Lois Takes Flight, History's Home Improvement Reunion, Nurses Finale and More

  • HBO Max

    All four seasons of the beloved Cinemax series starring The Boys‘ Antony Starr arrive on the streaming service.

  • OWN
    Queen Sugar

    Ralph Angel and Darla discuss wedding plans; Nova meets Calvin’s family for the first time; the COVID-19 threat becomes real. (Read premiere post mortem.)

  • The CW
    Superman & Lois

    Series premiere (90 minutes, followed by Legacy of Hope special): Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch) take on their greatest challenge yet: parenthood! (Read “B+” review; watch promo.)

  • ABC
    To Tell the Truth

    Two episodes: Panelists include Alfonso Ribeiro, Tom Lennon and Vivica A. Fox (at 8 pm), and Cedric the Entertainer, Joel McHale and Lauren Lapkus (10 pm).

  • NBC
    Young Rock

    When Dwayne pretends he’s rich to impress a popular girl, a date to Rocky’s flea market wrestling match threatens to expose the truth. (Read premiere recap.)

  • NBC

    Kenan, Rick and Gary think Cori has a deep, dark secret; Mika thinks the morning show should cover more hard news stories. (Series premiere earned a “B-.”)

  • ABC

    Bow must confront the idea of her and Junior having an oddly close relationship; Jack’s new crush wants to hang out with Diane instead of him.

  • BET
    The Oval

    Donald and Kyle are questioned by Hunter after the shooting at Denise’s boutique; Gayle hatches a plan. (The BET premiere of spinoff Ruthless follows at 10.)

  • NBC
    This Is Us

    A series of car rides propel the family toward new stages of their lives. (Fall behind? Read Episode 8 recap.)

  • ABC

    Denise and Alicia teach Paul about the cultural and racial significance of Spades; Santi, Johan and Bow learn about divorce after watching a movie.

  • History
    Assembly Required

    Series premiere: The competitions pits the best and brightest builders from across the country against each other; Home Improvement‘s Tim Allen and Richard Karn host. (Watch promo.)

  • NBC

    Season 1 finale: Grace goes public with her claims against Dr. Hamilton; Red endangers a patient’s life; Sinead is forced to face her demons; Rachel Skarsten (Batwoman) guest-stars. (Renewed in Canada, NBC fate TBD.)

    On Feb. 24, 1997, NBC aired Schindler’s List uncensored and without commercial interruption. An estimated 65 million people watched at least part of the 3-1/2 hour telecast.