On TV this Monday: HBO delves into the opioid crisis, 9-1-1 embarks on a treasure hunt and The Voice‘s Top 17 performs live. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Voice Goes Live, Crime of the Century, 9-1-1 and More
When a famous author dies, Athena, Bobby and the 118 respond to the chaos caused by a city-wide manhunt for buried treasure.
After the winner of the four-way Knockout is revealed, the Top 17 artists perform live. (And the likeliest winners are…)
Bob Hearts Abishola
With Dele in Nigeria, Bob, Gloria and Kemi remind Abishola how to let loose, while Olu and Tunde struggle to keep up with their new Nigerian houseguest.
9-1-1: Lone Star
Owen becomes the prime suspect in the serial arsonist case; T.K. and Carlos land in a fiery situation; Tommy gets the surprise of her life.
As Lola presides over the case of former Sheriff Wayne McCarthy, Rashel and fellow detectives come forward to speak against the defendant.
In the series’ antepenultimate episode, Jefferson accepts Khalil’s help; Lynn wrestles with the biggest decision of her life; Tobias follows through on a hunch.
The Crime of the Century
Two-night docuseries event! From filmmaker Alex Gibney comes a “searing indictment of Big Pharma” that reveals the origins of America’s opioid epidemic. (Part 2 airs Tuesday at 9.)
Jim and Jackie’s golden wedding anniversary party is upended by a power outage; tensions between Paul and Luke reach a terrifying climax.
The Good Doctor
Shaun struggles to be Lea’s partner, not her doctor, when complications arise with her pregnancy; Park, Andrews and Asher disagree on how to address an elderly patient’s wishes. (Watch sneak peek.)
Race to the Center of the Earth
Season 1 finale (two hours): The four teams sprint across the globe in hopes of beating the others to a buoy in the ocean.