Interview with the Vampire? More like interview with the therapist. Today, Jonah Hill sits down with Phil Stutz, his friend and therapist, in a Netflix documentary about mental health and personal growth. Hill directed the film, which sees him sit down for an unorthodox session that flips their typical doctor-patient dynamic on its head.
Also today: The Teletubbies get a 21st-century refresh on Netflix, Dancing With the Stars’s six semifinalists take the stage, supermodel Cindy Crawford organizes a surprise renovation on Celebrity IOU, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Monday:
Stutz: Original documentary. Jonah Hill gets personal with Phil Stutz, one of the world’s leading psychiatrists, in this documentary that walks viewers through Stutz's signature visualization exercises, The Tools. The film aims to make The Tools accessible to anyone, whether or not they’re actively seeking help, while also highlighting Stutz’s and Hill’s own mental health journeys. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix
Teletubbies: Complete Season 1. Tituss Burgess narrates a new iteration of the beloved preschool series featuring colorful characters Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po. Each 12-minute episode includes new, original “Tummy Tales” songs, courtesy of host Julia Pulo. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix
Dancing With the Stars: New episode. The six remaining couples dance for a spot in the finale, but a double elimination awaits. 8:00 PM ET on Disney+
Celebrity IOU: Season 3 fall premiere. Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott help Cindy Crawford pull off a glamorous home makeover for Sarah, her best friend and personal trainer of 17 years. The new season will also feature the late Leslie Jordan, Drew Barrymore, Kate Hudson, and Terry Crews. 9:00 PM ET on HGTV
NCIS: New episode. NCIS must investigate the Secretary of the Navy when her husband claims she tried to murder him. Followed by a new episode of NCIS: Hawai’i. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on CBS
E! News: Series premiere. E!’s nightly entertainment news show gets a complete overhaul as Adrienne Bailon-Houghton and Justin Sylvester take over as hosts. New episodes air every Monday through Thursday. 11:30 PM ET on E!
9-1-1: New episode. The 118 race to the rescue to a renaissance faire, and then an office building when an overbearing boss is poisoned. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on FOX
All American: New episode. JJ (Hunter Clowdus) ropes Spencer (Daniel Ezra) and Jordan (Michael Evans Behling) into a Valentine’s Day fraternity speed dating event, which leaves Jordan questioning what's really happening between him and Layla (Greta Onieogou). Followed by a new episode of All American: Homecoming. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on The CW
Monday Night Football: The Philadelphia Eagles aim to keep their undefeated streak alive as they host the Washington Commanders. 8:15 PM ET/5:15 PM PT on ESPN
The Vow: New episode. As the trial approaches its conclusion, a witness for the prosecution gives heart-wrenching testimony about how Keith Raniere groomed her from a very young age and describes the coercive abuse she suffered at his hands. 9:00 PM ET on HBO
The Good Doctor: New episode. In the midst of a heatwave, Dr. Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore) and Dr. Danica Powell (Savannah Welch) find themselves in a heated stalemate when it comes to a patient’s surgery, testing Shaun’s willingness to compromise. Watch preview. 10:00 PM ET on ABC
Claire Spellberg Lustig is the Senior Editor at Primetimer and a scholar of The View. Follow her on Twitter at @c_spellberg.