What to Watch Today

The Resident, FBI and New Amsterdam Return, Monarch Episode 2, Reboot Debuts and More

  • Netflix
    Patton Oswalt: We All Scream

    Oswalt, making his directorial debut with his fourth Netflix special, reveals the person he could have been had he followed the list he made during lockdown.

  • Hulu

    Series premiere (first three episodes): From creator Steve Levitan (Modern Family) comes a sitcom about the revival (not reboot!) of an early-aughts family sitcom; Keegan-Michael Key (Schmigadoon!), Judy Greer (Kidding), Johnny Knoxville (Jackass), Calum Worthy (American Vandal), Krista Marie Yu (Last Man Standing), Paul Reiser (Mad About You) and Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) star. (Read review.)

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette

    Season 19 finale (three full hours): Gabby and Rachel are each down to one man looking for lifelong love; the new Bachelor is revealed.

  • CBS

    Season 5 premiere: The team must pivot when their sting operation to secure a massive bomb reveals that the device is already in the wrong hands. (OA Q&A!)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    Season 6 premiere: Conrad makes a decision regarding his love life; Padma’s pregnancy takes a dangerous turn; Devon leads his own clinical trials. (Get scoop!)

  • NBC
    The Voice

    Season 22 premiere (Night 2 of 2): Blind Auditions continue with coaches Blake Shelton, Camila Cabello, Gwen Stefani and John Legend.

  • CBS
    FBI: International

    Season 2 premiere: The Fly Team and new Europol liaison Megan “Smitty” Garretson (Eva-Jane Willis) investigate the murder of an American detective.

  • Fox

    Regular night and time! In Episode 2, the Roman family bands together after a tragedy. (TVLine readers gave the series premiere an average grade of “B-.”)

  • CBS
    FBI: Most Wanted

    Season 4 premiere: When a family of four is found dead, the Fugitive Task Force investigates a possible link between the victims and the sale of illegal firearms.

  • NBC
    New Amsterdam

    Final season premiere: Max deals with Helen’s decision; Bloom gives Leyla some space; Reynolds and Wilder help a young terminal patient; Iggy has a breakthrough. (Get scoop!)

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