What to Watch Tonight

Hugh Hosts the Tonys, Veep and Cosmos Finales and More

On TV this Sunday: The 68th Annual Tony Awards honor the Great White Way, Veep ends its season with a primary concern, the Cosmos go dark and a new Miss USA is crowned. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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  • CBS
    68th Annual Tony Awards

    Neil Patrick Harris Hugh Jackman returns to host the celebration of Broadway’s best, with presenters including Zachary Quinto, Kate Mara, Leighton Meester and Liev Schreiber. (Hedwig‘s NPH however will perform, as will Cabaret‘s Alan Cumming, If/Then‘s Idina Menzel and others.)

  • NBC
    Miss USA

    Live from Baton Rouge, E!’s Giuliana Rancic and MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts host the pageant. (Who else plans to cover their ears during the Q&A round?)

  • Fox

    Season finale: The Ship of the Imagination makes a final journey to explore dark energy, one of the universe’s biggest mysteries.

  • AMC

    Season finale: Mary struggles with the knowledge that Abe is a spy for the rebels, and Ben and Caleb lead a raid on Setauket. (Not yet renewed.)

  • HBO
    Game of Thrones

    In this season’s penultimate hour, Jon Snow and the rest of the Night’s Watch face the biggest challenge to The Wall yet. (Welcome back, looming sense of dread!)

  • Showtime

    A run-in with a nun helps Hank put things in perspective after he flashes back to turbulent times with Karen.

  • AMC
    Halt and Catch Fire

    Joe’s team must overcome internal differences and start building the new machine.

  • HBO

    Season 3 finale: In two back-to-back episodes, Selina’s staff tries to make her more “folksy” and juggles her multiple campaign appearances before the New Hampshire primary. (Yep, already renewed!)

  • WGN America

    The town is rocked by the arrival of Cotton’s father, who is described as “insane on a good day.” Ah, family.

  • Lifetime
    Devious Maids

    Nicholas asks Marisol a surprising question, and Opal turns to Ethan for help.

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  1. Jose says:

    Game of Thrones episode 9 OF COURSE!!!!!! Everyone knows episode 9 is always the best!

    • Ron says:

      Wellllll, in terms of everything but outcome. The red wedding was episode 9, and that wasn’t the “best” outcome–though it did provide a nice plot device…

      • Jose says:

        Well episode 9 always shocks us to the core …. Ned’s execution , joffrey surviving with his crown from Blackwater, The Red Wedding…….its gonna be the best episode of the season at least right?

        • Ron says:

          Oh, no doubt. I always love the emotional roller coasters of the 9th episodes, but I tend to be sad as a final emotion by episode’s end. For example: sad = when Ned was beheaded, sad = when Joffrey survived, sad = when the Starks were, well, you know. But no doubt will I be on the edge of my seat the entire episode.

  2. Joey Padron says:

    Some of Tony Awards, Salem, and Halt and Catch Fire.

  3. Simon Jester says:

    First hour of the Tonys, then Game of Thrones and Penny Dreadful, then the rest of the Tonys on DVR! :-D

  4. Shaun says:

    yeah,where is Penny Dreadful tvline?!

    • HAP says:

      I could ask the same about Nurse Jackie, But as Matt has noted, these articles are not meant to highlight all programs every week.

  5. Brandy says:

    Drop Dead Diva,Devious Maids

  6. Kiks says:

    NBA finals!

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Definitely the Tony Awards. I got to see Les Mis a couple of months ago and even if they don’t win anything, I can’t wait to see Ramin Karimloo and Will Swenson and the rest of the cast perform on my tv.

  8. Sara says:

    Veep, Crisis, Drop Dead Diva & Devious Maids

  9. christine says:

    Why do you so rarely mention “Penny Dreadful”?????

  10. torimelching says:

    NBA Finals

  11. Carla Krae says:

    Tony Awards. Been recording Turn to binge watch. Watching Food Network Star later.

  12. TW says:

    Anyone know if Cosmos will see another season, or was this a limited run series?