Ah, the day after the Super Bowl. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are champions, and The Weeknd dazzled America with his halftime performance. Now that it's Monday, some of might still be dealing with the affects of last night. Have no fear, for there is plenty to watch on TV today.


Today's Premieres

Balthazar season 3 is finally here! Continue Raphael's journey in solving the most troubling crimes. Check it out on Acorn TV.

Tune in for new episodes of Winterwatch 2021 on Britbox to enter into the wild!


Jump back on the DC Comics universe. Black Lightning Season 4 premieres tonight at 9/8c on CW!

If you feel like watching something that is in theme with Valentine's Day, 90 Day Fiancé: Love Games is what you're looking for. But if you want another type of tournament, like a robot combat, then watch BattleBots: Bounty Hunters. And you can't miss the two hour special Finding Bigfoot. Whatever your mood is, you can find these shows and more streaming on DiscoveryPlus.

Ever wondered how influencers live? MTV's Following: Bretman Rock will exclusively show you the content creator's life in Hawaii. Today only on MTV Youtube.

If you crave a laugh, definitely watch Tooned In, a new game show, premiering at 5p/4c on Nickelodeon.

Mystery and crimes always have their appeal. Watch Crossing Lines on Ovation TV. You're in for a ride.

The relationship between mother and daughter is always complicated. Tune in on Pasiones TV to watch the two hour premiere of Madre, the new Turkish drama.

Last, but not least, you can't miss Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition at 8p on VH1 where your favorite stars deal shine in this revival.

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