What to Watch Today

The Bachelor Is Back, Schwarzenegger's Celeb Apprentice, Shadowhunters Returns and More

  • Esquire
    Bond. James Bond Marathon

    Through Tuesday at 4 am Relive the Pierce Brosnan era, with GoldenEye (at 7 am and 5:30 pm), Tomorrow Never Dies (at 9:30 am and 8 pm), World Is Not Enough (at noon and 10:30 pm) and Die Another Day (at 2:30 pm and 1 am).

  • ABC, NBC
    Tournament of Roses Parade

    This year’s theme is “Echoes of Success,” and ABC’s broadcast features hosts Hannah Storm and John Anderson (SportsCenter); Al Roker and Hoda Kotb preside over NBC’s coverage.

  • ABC
    The Bachelor

    Season 21 premiere: Former Bachelors Sean Lowe, Chris Soules and Ben Higgins offer Nick Viall advice as he embarks on a journey to find “true love”; Jimmy Kimmel hosts a 10 pm post mortem.

  • NBC
    The New Celebrity Apprentice

    Season premiere: Arnold Schwarzenegger serves as host; contestants include Boy George, Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil and Jersey Shore‘s “Snooki”; Tyra Banks serves as one of many advisors.

  • Fox
    MasterChef Celebrity Showdown

    Competitors include Empire‘s Trai Byers and Grace Gealey Byers, Designated Survivor‘s Kal Penn, black-ish‘s Anthony Anderson and Lethal Weapon‘s Jordana Brewster.

  • Freeform

    Season 2 premiere: Alec, Isabelle and Clary go in search of Jace, but are stopped by Victor Aldertree; Jocelyn, now awake, is forced to play catch-up. (Read preview.)

  • Freeform

    Series premiere (two episodes): A young man (Minority Report‘s Burkely Duffield) emerges from a coma, only to discover he now possesses supernatural abilities. (Watch trailer; binge-watch it now.)

  • CBS
    2 Broke Girls

    Max and Caroline waitress on a riverboat to New Orleans — but not before a run-in with drag icon RuPaul. (Also tonight: New episodes of Kevin Can Wait, Man With a Plan and Odd Couple.)

  • CBS

    Having apparently learned nothing from this, the team freezes Cabe in an effort to save his life after he is wounded on a mission. (Get scoop.)

  • NBC
    The Wall

    Series premiere (Night 1 of 2): Two-person teams compete for big sums of cash that can be won or lost, depending upon whether a ball bounces your way or a trivia question is answered correctly; @Midnight‘s Chris Hardwick hosts. (Resumes Tuesday at 8 in its regular time slot.)