What to Watch Tonight

Astronaut Wives Launch, New Mistresses and More

  • AOL On
    Park Bench With Steve Buscemi

    Season 2 premiere: Buscemi has a chat with Conan O’Brien staple Triumph the Insult Comic Dog (as puppeteered by Robert Smigel) on a New York park bench.

  • Fox
    U.S. Open Golf Championship

    The first round of this year’s championship comes to viewers live from Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, Wash.

  • ABC
    Astronaut Wives Club

    Series premiere: After NASA chooses seven men to be the first Americans in space, their wives — including Odette Annable (House), Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck) and Joanna Garcia-Swisher (Once Upon a Time) — become the subject of a Time Magazine feature.

  • The CW
    Beauty and the Beast

    Vincent and Cat’s relationship is altered by their big move; J.T. attempts to impress Tess’ brothers; Heather has an announcement to make.

  • Bravo
    Inside the Actors Studio

    Four-time Emmy winner Jim Parsons discusses the creation of The Big Bang Theory, his roots in theater and life with partner Todd Spiewak.

  • USA Network
    Complications

    Series premiere (two episodes): ER doc John Ellison (Life on Mars‘ Jason O’Mara) finds his life turned upside down after saving a young boy from a gang war. Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl), Lauren Stamile (Community) and Beth Riesgraf (Leverage) also star.

  • ABC
    Mistresses

    Season 3 premiere (two episodes): First up, Karen interrupts a moment between Joss and Harry to deliver bad news. Then at 10 pm, “new friendships are forged,” which probably has something to do with new series regular Jennifer Esposito (Blue Bloods).

  • CNN
    The Seventies

    The second installment of the cabler’s docuseries focuses on Richard Nixon, who was the only president in U.S. history to resign while in office.

  • NBC
    Hannibal

    Jack searches for Will to prevent a potential tragedy; Will comes upon a mysterious woman (Tao Okamoto, The Wolverine) in Hannibal’s childhood home.

  • Syfy
    Olympus

    A vision of Gaia serves as a dire warning for Hero, who realizes he’ll need the support of his allies to stay alive.