What to Watch Today

Legends' Tragic Past, Mandy Moore's Family Tree and More

  • The CW
    Arrow

    In what TVLine’s Matt Mitovich says is “a terrific, can’t-miss episode,” Felicity stands by recent decisions made regarding her family, and Katherine McNamara (Shadowhunters) makes her debut as Maya (get First Look).

  • CBS
    The Neighborhood

    Calvin and Tina invite Marty’s new girlfriend Chloe (The Lying Game‘s Alexandra Chando) over for dinner.

  • CBS
    Happy Together

    Network synergy alert! Cooper is scheduled to appear on The Talk, paving the way for cameos by Sara Gilbert & Co. (Get Man With a Plan return date!)

  • The CW
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    Constantine is forced to confront his tragic past; Rory and Ava find themselves at odds. (Get scoop on Legends‘ “crossover” episode.)

  • HBO
    My Brilliant Friend

    Elena’s childhood crush on Nino is reignited when she runs into the Sarratore family on the island of Ischia.

  • ABC
    The Good Doctor

    Fall finale: Shaun and Park treat two patients whose symptoms point to an airborne infection, resulting in a hospital quarantine. (Read preview.)

  • NBC
    Deal or No Deal: Happy Howie Days

    Ahead of the revival’s CNBC premiere (on Wednesday), this holiday edition features a family that has overcome all odds and hopes to bring home the $1 million briefcase.

  • HBO
    Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland

    105 minutes: From Oscar, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning directors Kate Davis and David Heilbroner comes this documentary about the 28-year-old African American political activist who was jailed for a traffic violation in 2015 and found hanging from a noose in her cell days later.

  • TLC
    Who Do You Think You Are?

    Midseason premiereThis Is Us star Mandy Moore researches her family tree and finds a brother-in-law long presumed dead.

  • Comedy Central
    The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Self-Deportation Edition

    Noah heads home to South Africa to host the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 event, and gives viewers a closer look at where he grew up.