On TV this Monday: The Good Doctor scrubs in for the coronavirus pandemic, Saturday Night Live hosts an Election Eve special, and We Are Who We Are wraps its freshman run. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Good Doctor Returns, We Are Who We Are Finale and More
Dancing With the Stars
It’s double elimination night! Nine celebrity and pro-dancer couples compete for the seven remaining spots in the competition.
The Price Is Right at Night
The cast of The Neighborhood — including Cedric the Entertainer, Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs and Tichina Arnold — plays for The Boys and Girls Club of America. (Get scoop on The Neighborhood‘s Season 3 premiere.)
Kelly, John, Blake and Gwen continue their search for the next superstar on the fifth and final night of the Blind Auditions. (Should coaches be ashamed?)
Ginger wants to use the tape of her kidnapping as leverage to bring down the men of 18:22; Rose visits with the “real” Jason. (Heard the bad news?)
Holiday Baking Championship
Season 7 premiere: As a dozen bakers compete for $25,000, the decadent challenges involve holiday wreath cakes and Hanukkah jelly doughnuts.
2020 SNL Election Special
Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump and Jim Carrey’s Joe Biden are sure to pop up during this hour-long compilation of previously aired political sketches.
The Good Doctor
Season 4 premiere: Shaun and the St. Bonaventure staff treat patients during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic; Claire struggles to work through her grief following Melendez’s sudden death.; Beau Garrett reprises her Season 1 role as in-house attorney Jessica Preston. (Read Freddie Highmore preview.)
Big-hearted Kurt (Stranger Things‘ Charlie Heaton) seeks solace in a church that promises to help those whose soulmates have passed on.
We Are Who We Are
Season 1 finale: Caitlin and Fraser sneak off to a concert in Bologna and her last day in Italy. (Not yet renewed.)
♦ ON THIS DATE IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Nov. 2, 2003, Arrested Development premiered
on Fox, where it ran for three seasons. Netflix revived
the dysfunctional family comedy for two
more seasons, that released in 2013 and 2018/19.