Las Vegas Review-Journal

What to watch MONDAY


Sept. 20, 2021

All times Pacific. Start times can vary based on cable/satellite provider. Confirm times on your on-screen guide.

NFL Football: Detroit at Green Bay ESPN, 5:15 p.m. Live

Monday Night Football features a Week 2 matchup of NFC North rivals as Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions are at Green Bay’s Lambeau Field to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.

Dancing With the Stars

ABC, 8 p.m.  Season Premiere

Season 30 of Dancing With the Stars premieres tonight with a whole new crop of stars ready to put on their dancing shoes, with host Tyra Banks returning as emcee.

The Neighborho­od

CBS, 8 p.m.  Season Premiere

Season 4 of the sitcom following Calvin Butler (Cedric the Entertaine­r), Dave Johnson (Max Greenfield) and their families premieres tonight.


FOX, 8 p.m.  Season Premiere

A new batch of major disasters is coming to Los Angeles as the hit first-responder drama starring Angela Bassett, Peter Krause, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Aisha Hinds returns for Season 5.

Killer Grades

LMN, 8 p.m.  Original Film

Proud mom Katherine has just found out that her daughter Michelle has earned a spot on the academic decathlon team. But when one student’s father dies and another student winds up in the hospital, Katherine starts to wonder if there’s more going on with the team than she knows. Stars Laurie Fortier, Megan Ashley Brown, Zack Gold, Liz Fenning and Isabella Johnson.

The Voice

NBC, 8 p.m.  Season Premiere

Season 21 of the singing-competitio­n series finds pop star Ariana Grande making her debut as a judge alongside Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend.

The Big Leap

FOX, 9 p.m.  New Series

This show-within-a-show follows a group of diverse, down-on-their-luck characters who attempt to change their lives by participat­ing in a potentiall­y life-changing (or life-ruining) reality dance show that builds to a live production of Swan Lake. The endearing series is about second chances and follows the stories of each of the participan­ts as they begin their journey of self-acceptance and empowermen­t.

NCIS: Hawai’i

CBS, 10 p.m.  New Series

This latest entry in one of the world’s most popular TV franchises is set in the Aloha State, where the first female special agent in charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor, Jane Tennant (Vanessa Lachey), has thrived and risen through the ranks with equal parts confidence and strategy in a system that has pushed back on her every step of the way. She and her unwavering team of specialist­s balance duty to family and country while investigat­ing high-stakes crimes involving military personnel, national security and the mysteries of the sun-drenched island paradise itself. Yasmine Al-bustami, Jason Antoon and Noah Mills also star.

Ordinary Joe

NBC, 10 p.m.  New Series

There’s nothing ordinary about this new drama. James Wolk (Mad Men) is Joe Kimbreau, a Syracuse University student on graduation day who is at a crossroads in his life: Should he pursue being the next Billy Joel, follow his kind-of girlfriend Jenny (Elizabeth Lail) to her summer house on the East Coast, take a chance on the hot gal Amy (Natalie Martinez) he just bumped into or remain devoted to his family? Much like This Is Us takes us through different time periods, Ordinary Joe follows three extremely different life paths through emotional, heartwarmi­ng stories.

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