What to Watch Tonight

Graceland and Taxi Finales, Kitchen Re-Opens and More

  • CBS
    The Young and the Restless

    Criminal Minds‘ Shemar Moore returns to his old stomping grounds for a two-day stint as Malcolm visits his Genoa City family, apologizes for hotfooting it outta town last time and learns what’s happened during his absence. (Check local listings for time.)

  • Fox
    Hell's Kitchen

    Season 13 premiere: A new crop of aspiring chefs subject themselves to Gordon Ramsay’s signature tough love and try to prove themselves (and win a ride on a swank yacht) by recreating his geoduck sashimi.

  • CBS, Cable News Channels
    Presidential Address

    President Barack Obama will discuss the nature of the ISIS threat and the strategy for confronting it.

  • TNT

    After being put on leave, Martin begins an off-book investigation into whether “Martin Odum” is  in fact a legend, too.

  • USA Network

    Season finale: The arrests of Sid and the Solanos draw near, but will all go according to plan? Based on how last week left off, that’d be one neat trick! (Not yet renewed.)

  • FX
    The Bridge

    A gravely wounded Hank harbors a valuable bargaining chip; Fausto makes an irreversible decision.

  • CBS

    Molly finally comes face-to-face with her offspring. (And you though Ethan was creepy…)

  • TNT
    Franklin & Bash

    Peter and Jared defend a high school journalist accused of running a smear campaign. Did we mention the kid is the daughter of Peter’s old high school flame?

  • NBC
    Taxi Brooklyn

    Season finale: Leo’s son comes to town, but things get hinky quickly. And Cat can’t even help, because she’s caught up in an investigation. And then disaster strikes! (Not yet renewed, though we’re betting the folks at The Soup are keeping their fingers crossed.)

  • FXX
    The League

    Jay Glazer does a big favor for Andre, Kevin is diagnosed with Low T and Ruxin meddles with Baby Geoffrey’s Little League team.

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  1. Justin says:

    Taxi Brooklyn

  2. Coal says:

    Graceland: Am I the only who is peeved that after 13 weeks (episodes) of the same case that there won’t be any conclusion (or so it seems) to it ? This season was to quick to pair people of into couples instead of writing a well thought out crime drama.

    • Erin says:

      Yeah, I don’t know what happened to “Graceland” this season. They changed the tone, pace, characters, etc. I’m not sure if I will stick with it if it gets another season. I do want to see the finale & how it all wraps up though. I’m just not sure I want to beyond this. I do enjoy how Dale started the biggest mess, & he seems to be the voice of reason now.

      • Coal says:

        I fully agree with you on Dale and at the beginning of the season the writers wanted to take him in one direction but soon realized that a sane character was still needed. I’m also not really enthusiastic about the finale.

    • Kim R says:

      I’m not crazy about Graceland this season either. I don’t like what they’ve done with Mike’s character at all. It is not believable to me that he goes from a newbie in Season 1 to a boss in Season 2 with a totally different personality. The Briggs thing is getting long as well. Hopefully they’ll wrap something up but I’m not sure it is going to draw this household back to Season 3.

  3. Some chick says:

    Taxi Brooklyn
    Hot in Cleveland finale

  4. d4h8a15r16m23a42 says:

    The League
    The Bridge

  5. Moment says:

    Hopefully Hell’s Kitchen this season has some better casting, it was only until they lost quite a few people that some contestants really began to shine and open up. Will be watching this.

  6. herman1959 says:

    Extant! Finally we get to see “the offspring”.

  7. Simon Jester says:

    The Bridge. Last week’s episode was a corker!

    • Kim R says:

      We binged watched The Bridge and are now up to date. It was really well done how they started in the first season with all these different storylines and now we are seeing them all being drawn together, piece by piece. Last week sure was a corker! :D

  8. Joey Padron says:

    Graceland, and Jimmy Fallon. DVR Franklin & Bash and The League.

  9. wrstlgirl says:

    Big Brother live (not sure when it will air because of the Pres) DVR Legends, Graceland, The Bridge, Extant.

  10. Tran says:

    Legends and Shemar Moore’s return to Y&R.

  11. Jack says:

    Hells Kitchen and Legends

  12. ambie719 says:

    The League. We haven’t even started season 2 of The Bridge yet, we’re looking forward to binging on it when its done.

  13. Steve says:

    The Bridge
    Franklin & Bash
    Taxi Brooklyn

  14. Nick says:

    Franklin & Bash!!! Been great so far this season.

  15. torimelching says:

    The League

  16. John NYC says:

    Taxi Brooklyn fan here. Like a lot of the summer offerings I really am liking the denser story structure.

  17. LAwoman says:

    The Bridge
    The League

  18. jojo says:

    Top Chef Duels

  19. Patrycia says:

    With the cliff-hangers left hanging on Taxi Brooklyn please let us know asap if it has been renewed. It is one of the new summer shows that I never missed. It was different enough to hold your interest and I love the connection Cat and Leo have. NBC please renew, I have already blocked A&E on my TV because of their idiocy of cancelling Longmire.