What to Watch Tonight

Nashville Starts Over, Guardians, Brian Regan and More

  • El Rey
    The Langoliers

    Concluding a three-weekend run of Stephen King miniseries, this one takes place on a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Boston, where 10 people awaken to find that the crew and most other passengers have disappeared. Patricia Wettig (Brothers & Sisters), Dean Stockwell (Quantum Leap) and Bronson Pinchot (Perfect Strangers) star.

  • AXS TV
    Nashville

    Check local listings | Syndication, baby! The cabler will air three Nashville episodes back-to-back-to-back every Saturday night, beginning with the show’s first three installments from 2012.

  • CBS
    Limitless

    Repeat to Revisit: Didn’t catch the pilot of CBS’ Jake McDorman-led drama? Get your fix now.

  • CBS
    48 Hours

    Season 28 premiere, two hours: An investigation into the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham reveals that the killer may be linked to other attacks against women that occurred over the course of a decade. Super.

  • Comedy Central
    Brian Regan: Live

    In the network’s first-ever live stand-up special, the longtime comedian performs from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

  • BBC America
    Doctor Who

    Trapped and alone in a terrifying Dalek city, with his greatest temptation before him — Double Stuf Oreos, I presume — Twelve is at the heart of an evil Empire.

  • Starz
    Blunt Talk

    When his estranged son returns to L.A. for a boxing match, Walter aims to make peace and Celia gets pulled into the family drama.

  • Disney XD
    Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

    Animated series premiere, one hour: First, the Guardians acquire a dangerous artifact. Then, they attempt to storm Korath’s ship to rescue Quill, Gamora and the CrytoCube.

  • Starz
    Survivor's Remorse

    Chen throws a gala to launch Cam’s endorsed shoe, but his real focus is wooing Cassie; Cam gets reckless after sparking with a sideline reporter. (Sneak peek.)

  • HBO
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The premium cabler is indeed doing “The Time Warp” again, with a midnight screening of the film for its 40th anniversary.

     

    COMING NEXT SATURDAY: Saturday Night Live returns for its 41st season.