What to Watch Today

Bachelor Retrospective, Ben Platt In Songland and More

Sean Lowe 'The Bachelor'

On TV this Monday: Ben Platt pays a visit to Songland, American Dad starts a new business and The Bachelor revisits its Greatest Seasons — allegedly Ever! Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Spectrum
    L.A.'s Finest

    Season 2 premiere (first three episodes): Syd and McKenna search for Jen’s killer; the death of a Koreatown legend threatens to destroy in the community. (Delayed!)

  • DC Universe
    DC's Stargirl

    Courtney sets out to recruit members to the new Justice Society, beginning with Yolanda Montez. (Was Icicle’s intro the darkest episode we’ll see?)

  • ABC
    The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!

    Series premiere (three, yes, three hours, each week!): The first installment revisits Sean Lowe’s journey, which culminated in an “unforgettable proposal.”

  • A&E, FYI, History, Lifetime, LMN, VICE
    The Time Is Now: Race and Resolution

    This one-hour, commercial-free special promises to “give voice to the country’s rallying cry” following the murder of George Floyd.

  • NBC
    The Titan Games

    Reigning Titans Joe Thomas and Dani Speegle face six top competitors from the Central Region who have one last shot at redemption.

  • NatGeo

    Trepagny seeks the help of the Wendats, before he and Bouchard embark on a daring rescue mission and incite war with the Iroquois. (Read Marcia Gay Harden’s Memories From the Set.)

  • The CW
    Roswell, New Mexico

    In Season 2’s penultimate episode, Liz and Max attempt to figure out who is behind a potentially deadly plan targeting CrashCon, while Maria and Isobel take drastic measures to get to the bottom of what happened on the night Mimi disappeared.

  • NBC
    The Wall

    High school counselor Jahmar and his uncle, limo driver Michael, take on the giant, Plinko-esque wall.

  • TBS
    American Dad

    Jeff, Francine and Roger decide to team up and start their own bus tour business — with murderous results….

  • NBC

    Unknown songwriters pitch their material to Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award-winning singer/songwriter Ben Platt.