What to Watch Tonight

NBA Finals Game 4, Dark Matter and Wynonna Earp Return, OITNB Prison Riot and More


On TV this Friday: The Warriors attempt to sweep in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, the prisoners take charge on a new season of Orange Is the New Black and Dark Matter and Wynonna Earp return. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Netflix
    Orange Is the New Black

    Season 5 premiere (all 13 episodes): The inmates take charge when a riot escalates at Litchfield following Poussey’s death. (Watch the harrowing opening sequence now.)

  • Syfy
    Dark Matter

    Season 3 premiere (two episodes): The Raza crew fights for survival in the aftermath of the deadly blast in the Marauder. (Get Killjoys scoop!)

  • The CW
    The Originals

    Freya, Rebekah and Klaus must locate a magical totem fueling The Hollow’s power; Marcel and Rebekah are forced to confront increasing tensions.

  • VH1
    RuPaul's Drag Race

    The remaining queens are tasked with writing and recording a rap on RuPaul’s new single, before appearing on his podcast with Michelle Visage.

  • ABC
    Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night

    Kimmel is joined by Wedding Crashers‘ Owen Wilson, ahead of Game 4.

  • ABC
    NBA Finals

    Will this be the deciding game? The undefeated Golden State Warriors (3-0) look to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers and bring this championship to an end.

  • Up
    Date My Dad

    Ricky goes shopping for the house for the first time; Elisa struggles to balance her duties at school and at home.

  • The CW
    Reign

    In the series’ penultimate episode, Mary struggles to survive childbirth; Elizabeth discovers that someone in her inner circle was responsible for a death.

  • Syfy
    Wynonna Earp

    Season 2 premiere: Wynonna attempts to rescue a mutated Dolls; the consequences of Waverly’s actions threaten to impact the entire team.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Maher is bound to address that controversy when he welcomes rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube, CNN’s David Gregory, former Fla. Rep. David Jolly, academic Michael Eric Dyson and activist Symone Sanders.