What to Watch Today

The Dropout Finale, Tokyo Vice Reports for Duty and More

  • HBO Max
    Close Enough

    Season 3 premiere (all eight episodes): Henry Winkler, Laraine Newman, John Early, Nikki Glaser, Debra Wilson and Monét X. Change lend their voices.

  • Hulu
    The Dropout

    Limited series finale: Elizabeth and Sunny face the music after The Wall Street Journal publishes a damning article.

  • Paramount+
    Star Trek: Picard

    The crew infiltrates a gala to protect an astronaut believed to be integral to the restoration of the timeline: Renee Picard. (Next Gen reunion set for final season!)

  • HBO Max
    Tokyo Vice

    Series premiere (first three episodes): Ansel Elgort (West Side Story) plays American journalist Jake Adelstein in a crime drama loosely inspired by Adelstein’s first-hand account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat in the late ’90s; Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)

  • The CW

    Geri tries to keep the Walker family’s spirits high; Walker and Cassie search for clues to help Bonham in his hour of need. (Which CW dramas are on the bubble?)

  • Fox
    Call Me Kat

    Oscar and Kat try to set Max up with a woman named Nicole (played by new recurring guest star Laura Bell Bundy).

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    Bailey’s on edge as an accreditation council reviews the residency program; Nick returns to Seattle to assist Meredith. (Get ABC finale dates and Addison’s return!)

  • CBS
    How We Roll

    Tom must choose between his loyalty to Archie and a sponsorship deal; Jen’s boss stifles her creativity at the salon. (Episode 1 earned a reader grade of “C.”)

  • FX

    “I was legit scared watching this,” reads this week’s cryptic synopsis. (Ending with Season 4.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: Organized Crime

    Stabler turns to his friend and mentor Donald Cragen (SVU vet Dann Florek) for help sorting out the truths from the lies. (Get NBC finale dates.)