What to Watch Today

Bachelorette's Men Tell All, Voice Finale Night 1 and More

  • Netflix
    Tiny Pretty Things

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): When a vicious attack brings down a star student at a ballet academy, her replacement enters a world of lies, betrayal and intense competition; Lauren Holly (NCIS) plays the school’s director.

  • MTV
    Deliciousness

    Series premiere: Saved by the Bell‘s Tiffani Thiessen hosts this food-themed Ridiculousness spinoff; panelists include Angela Kinsey (The Office) and Kel Mitchell (Kenan & Kel).

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All

    Special night: Demar, Ed, Jason, Kenny and Yosef return in studio to confront one another; Tayshia reveals her final four. (Another episode airs Tuesday at 8.)

  • The CW
    iHeartRadio Jingle Ball

    Billie Eilish, Doja Cat, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Lewis Capaldi, Sam Smith, Shawn Mendes and The Weekend perform. (Get CW midseason dates.)

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Fall finale: With Calvin and Dave en route to a classic car show, Tina and Gemma take on home repairs. (Whose real-life hubby is set to guest-star?)

  • NBC
    The Voice

    Season 19 finale (Night 1 of 2): The final five —  John Holiday, Ian Flanigan, Jim Ranger, Carter Rubin and DeSz — perform. (Who will win/should win?)

  • CBS
    Bob Hearts Abishola

    Fall finale: Abishola worries that Bob’s privileged lifestyle will rub off on Dele; a new robot vacuum brings Tunde great joy. (When does Clarice debut?)

  • CBS
    All Rise

    Fall finale: As the holidays near, Lola begins her first jury trial in the pandemic era, and Mark digs deeper into his case against an officer of the law.

  • ABC
    20/20

    The hour-long installment delves into the race for a coronavirus vaccine. (When does The Good Doctor return?)

  • CBS
    Bull

    Fall finale: Bull and Benny represent Marissa and Greg after they’re charged with money laundering and fraud connected to Greg’s restaurant.


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