What to Watch Tonight

Saints & Strangers, Disney's New Lion King, AMAs and More

  • Disney Channel
    The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar

    In this sequel to The Lion King, Simba’s son Kion (voiced by The Strain’s Max Charles) assembles a squad of animal friends with which to protect the Pride Lands. Rob Lowe (The Grinder), Gabrielle Union (Being Mary Jane), Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) and, of course, James Earl Jones (aka Mufasa) also lend their voices. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • ABC
    American Music Awards

    Jennifer Lopez hosts this year’s ceremony, which features performances from Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato, Walk the Moon, One Direction and more.

  • Hallmark
    Merry Matrimony

    For her dream assignment, an ad exec (90210’s Jessica Lowndes) is paired with a high-powered photographer — who just happens to be her ex-beau (Christopher Russell, Flashpoint).

  • Fox
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    When Terry leaves Jake in charge of entertaining his pregnant wife so he can work a case, her water breaks sooner than expected; Holt confronts his ex (Parks and Rec’s Nick Offerman).

  • PBS
    Indian Summers

    Season finale, two hours: Madeleine gets a shock, Aafrin makes two fateful decisions and Ramu’s fate is in Ralph’s hands. (Renewed.)

  • NatGeo
    Saints & Strangers

    This four-hour TV-movie (Part 2 airs Monday) follows the 101 men, women and children who boarded the Mayflower for a one-way trip to the New World. Vincent Kartheiser (Mad Men) and Anna Camp (True Blood) star. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • AMC
    The Walking Dead

    Alexandria is finally able to begin pulling itself back together, and peace is embraced between the two groups. (Wait, what? Is this really a Walking Dead synopsis? It’s so happy.)

  • Showtime
    Homeland

    Carrie needs Allison’s help, and Quinn’s plans change. (Who earned a Performer of the Week mention?)

  • HBO
    The Leftovers

    In the wake of Kevin’s desperate (and possibly fatal?) decision to vanquish Patti, questions and answers emerge.

  • Comedy Central
    Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation

    Filmed at Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Theatre, the Daily Show host tackles terrorism, racial tensions in America and Ebola, among other topics.

  • CBS
    CSI: Cyber

    When Avery’s friend, an Interpol agent, is murdered by the No. 1 criminal on FBI Cyber’s Most Wanted List, she risks her life to capture the killer.

  • HBO
    Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

    Season finale: We’re not sure what Oliver plans to tackle in the Season 2 finale, but we can be sure of one thing: F-bombs. (Renewed for two more seasons.)