What to Watch Tonight

Halt and Catch Fire Starts Up, Enlisted Returns and More

  • OWN
    The Oprah Winfrey Show: Conversations with Dr. Maya Angelou

    Oprah honors the late Dr. Angelou with a five-hour tribute, beginning with her appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show and continuing with a two-part Super Soul Sunday, Oprah Winfrey’s Legends Ball and Oprah’s Master Class featuring the legendary poet.

  • Fox
    Enlisted

    New time slot alert! The military comedy returns from hiatus with a prank war between Pete and Jill’s platoons that reveals Pete’s hidden weakness.

  • Food Network
    Food Network Star

    Season 10 premiere: Twelve finalists compete to get their own show on the Food Network (and, unless they’re Guy Fieri, quickly fade into obscurity).

  • E!
    Total Divas

    Season finale: Brie and Bryan get married, while Nikki’s secret marriage is finally exposed to John. (Good thing he doesn’t have a temper!)

  • HBO
    Game of Thrones

    Mole’s Town receives unexpected visitors; Tyrion’s fate is decided.

  • Lifetime
    Drop Dead Diva

    Jane takes on one of Grayson’s cases involving a drunk driving accident, and a familiar face from Jane’s past makes an appearance.

  • Fox
    Cosmos

    The Ship of the Imagination travels to Venus, to recount the long history of global warming and the greenhouse effect.

  • HBO
    Silicon Valley

    Season finale: Poised to compete at TechCrunch Disrupt, the guys of Pied Piper become worried after an impressive presentation by Gavin Belson.

  • AMC
    Halt and Catch Fire

    Series premiere: In the early 1980s, former IBM executive Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies) plans to reverse-engineer the landmark IBM PC and build a computer that will change the world, alongside engineers Gordon Clark (Scoot McNairy, Argo) and Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis, Smashed).

  • NBC
    Crisis

    Finley and Dunn are led on a mission to find the father of a soldier from the Pakistani embassy.

  • Showtime
    Penny Dreadful

    Van Helsing (played by acting vet David Warner) comes to work with Dr. Frankenstein.