What to Watch Today

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  • Paramount+
    Criminal Minds: Evolution

    In the penultimate Season 1 episode, Voit turns Rossi into his own worst enemy, putting his future at the BAU in doubt. (Get scoop, renewal news.)

  • Netflix

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): The On My Block spinoff follows a group of teens who inadvertently unleash a curse bringing dark misfortune into their lives. (Watch teaser.)

  • Peacock
    Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power

    Black History Month What to WatchThe Civil Rights documentary chronicles a group of young Black activists who put their lives on the line to secure the right to vote in Lowndes County, Ala. (Who are the 30 Most Influential Black TV Characters?)

  • Peacock
    Poker Face

    While working at a retirement home, Charlie makes friends with two rebellious old ladies (played by Judith Light and S. Epatha Merkerson) who may have taken matters into their own hands; Simon Helberg (Big Bang Theory) also guest-stars.

  • Paramount+
    Wolf Pack

    Everett, Blake, Luna and Harlan are drawn together by an mysterious force; Kristin locks into the group as suspects.

  • ESPN
    NFL Pro Skills Showdown

    AFC vs. NFC events include Epic Dodgeball, Precision Passing, Longest Drive and Best Catch.

  • ABC
    Celebrity Jeopardy!

    Season 1 finale: Ike Barinholtz, Wil Wheaton and Patton Oswalt battle for the title of Celebrity Jeopardy! Champion and a $1 million prize (for charity).

  • CBS

    Sam and Jay’s assistant Freddie buys ghost-hunting equipment, convinced the B&B is haunted; Sas’ relationship with Jessica is put at risk. (Get scoop.)

  • Fox
    Welcome to Flatch

    Season 2 finale: Kelly and Barb are determined to prove why Flatch should be the permanent home of the Butter Bust Museum; Shrub has big news to deliver to Lloyd. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: Organized Crime

    Stabler and Teddy devise a plan to turn the club into an indispensable venue for Murphy’s illegal dealings; Jet blurs the lines between real life and her undercover persona. (Should SVU and OC be one show?)