What to watch



St. Louis Post Dispatch



MONDAY September 19, 2022 All times Central. Start times can vary based on cable/satellite provider. Confirm times on your on-screen guide. NFL Football ESPN & ABC, Beginning at 6 p.m. Live Two Monday Night Football games air tonight as ESPN carries the Tennessee Titans at the Buffalo Bills and ABC broadcasts the Minnesota Vikings at the Philadelphia Eagles. The Neighborhood CBS, 7 p.m. ■ Season Premiere In the Season 5 premiere “Welcome Back to the Neighborhood,” Dave (Max Greenfield) decides to disconnect the Johnson home from the grid and inadvertently causes a communitywide power outage. The Voice NBC, 7 p.m. ■ Season Premiere The hit singing competition series returns for its 22nd cycle, with Gwen Stefani returning as a judge after skipping last season. Stefani reunites with returning judges John Legend and Blake Shelton, and they’ll all be joined by newcomer Camila Cabello. Carson Daly once again hosts. Two-hour episodes air Mondays starting tonight; follow-ups air Tuesdays beginning tomorrow, Sept. 20. Dancing With the Stars Disney+, 7 p.m. Live  Season Premiere Season 31 of Dancing With the Stars began Sept. 19, moving from its longtime broadcaster ABC to its new exclusive home on Disney+, becoming the streamer’s first live series. Tyra Banks returns for her third year as host, joined by new co-host Alfonso Ribeiro, who was the Season 19 champion. Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli are back as judges. This season’s celebrity dancers are Joseph Baena, Selma Blair, Wayne Brady, Sam Champion, Charlie D’Amelio, Heidi D’Amelio, Jessie James Decker, Trevor Donovan, Daniel Durant, Teresa Giudice, Vinny Guadagnino, Cheryl Ladd, Jason Lewis, Shangela, Jordin Sparks and Gabby Windey. Episodes livestream Monday nights. Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings Discovery Channel, 7 p.m. ■ Season Premiere America’s fastest street racers are back in Season 5 of this series, and the stakes are higher than ever with 15 events, souped-up cars and new drivers taking the wheel to win the ultimate prize of $900,000. Immediately following the season premiere is the series premiere of the No Prep Kings spinoff The Great 8, in which the top eight drivers in the points standings compete for $15,000 and an additional 20 points toward the No Prep Kings championship. NCIS CBS, 8 p.m. ■ Season Premiere Season 20 of NCIS premieres tonight with an NCIS: Hawai’i crossover event. In “A Family Matter,” Special Agent Alden Parker (Gary Cole) is still on the run with his ex-wife Vivian (guest star Teri Polo), so the team gets help from Special Agent Jane Tennant (guest star Vanessa Lachey) to investigate who from Parker’s past might have a personal vendetta against him. Quantum Leap NBC, 9 p.m. ■ New Series NBC revives its 1989-93 sci-fi series in this drama set 30 years after Dr. Sam Beckett walked into his time-travel machine and disappeared. A new team led by physicist Dr. Ben Song (Raymond Lee) and career military man Herbert “Magic” Williams (Ernie Hudson) restarts the Quantum Leap program, hoping to unravel the mysteries behind the accelerator and its creator. But an unauthorized leap into the past sends Song himself jumping into different people’s lives across time. Will he be lost forever, as Beckett appears to have been?