What to Watch Today

Bachelorette Picks a Mate, Cancelled NEXT Ends and More

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette

    Season 16 finale: Tayshia’s father voices concerns about the remaining men ahead of an emotional proposal day.  (When does The Bachelor premiere?)

  • Lifetime
    The Christmas High Note

    TV-movie premiere: A recently dumped vocal coach (Melrose Place‘s Jamie Luner) falls for a teen student’s father (Jane the Virgin‘s Johnny Messner).

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Katheryn uses her powers to help the “Have Nots” and get revenge.

  • Fox

    Series finale (two episodes): Shea and LeBlanc make a last-ditch effort to destroy NEXT and save their lives — and the world. (One of 2020’s Worst!)

  • CBS
    The Price Is Right at Night

    Festive families come on down for their chance to win some holiday-themed prizes. (Additional primetime specials air Jan. 6, 13 and 27.)

  • The CW
    Swamp Thing

    Broadcast finale: Swamp Thing fights back, but it’s farrrrrr too late; Abby comes up against Jason Woodrue. (Get CW midseason dates.)

  • OWN
    First Christmas

    TV-movie premiere: A writer (Rizzoli & Isles‘ Idara Victor) spends Christmas in New Orleans with the biological family she never knew she had.

  • CBS
    Let's Make a Deal Primetime

    Bull‘s Christopher Jackson makes an appearance as contestants partake in a series of festively themed games.

  • NBC
    A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special

    Encore presentation: All the Schweddy Balls you can handle are served during this look back at classic holiday sketches.

  • HBO
    Under the Grapefruit Tree: The CC Sabathia Story

    The feature-length documentary chronicles the life and career of the former New York Yankees, Milwaukee Brewers and Cleveland Indians pitcher.

  • ABC
    Supermarket Sweep

    Special night and time: The Leslie Jones-hosted game-show revival gets a post-Bachelorette showcase.

    On Dec. 22, 1997, Hunter Tylo was awarded $4.9 million by a jury that found she was wrongfully terminated by Melrose Place producers, who had argued she could not play a seductress while pregnant. Who wound up filling the role?