What to Watch Tonight

Scream Queens Finale, Tony Bennett Turns 90 and More

  • NBC
    Michael Bublé Sings and Swings

    Filmed in Manchester, England, this special finds the crooner backed by the London Philharmonic on “Nobody But Me,” “Always On My Mind,” “Home,” “God Only Knows” and “Feeling Good.”

  • The CW
    Terry Crews Saves Christmas

    Series premiere: As part of this four-night event, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor visits with families and gets them ready for the holiday season. (Get details.)

  • NBC
    Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to Come

    Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Billy Joel, Elton John, Madonna, Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Bublé, Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin and many more come together to honor the iconic jazz singer.

  • ABC
    The Year: 2016

    Robin Roberts’ annual special chronicles the most notable events in news and pop culture, from the presidential election and ongoing Syrian refugee crisis to… Netflix’s success with Fuller House.

  • Fox
    Scream Queens

    Season 2 finale: The Green Meanie plots its final act of revenge; Hester takes steps to secure her future; Brock performs a risky procedure on Dean Munsch. (Is cancellation imminent?)

  • TNT
    Good Behavior

    Letty learns a long-kept secret about Javier while assuming the role of his girlfriend at a family reunion. (Major Crimes returns… on a new night!)

  • Syfy
    Aftermath

    Season 1 finale: The Copelands attempt to survive the end of the world — but first, they’ll have to get a Season 2. (Not yet renewed.)

  • USA Network
    Shooter

    Bob Lee turns to his former instructor (Prison Break‘s William Fichtner) to help him locate the shooter; Nadine interrogates Payne. (Great news, folks!)

  • Esquire
    Joyride

    Season 1 finale: T-Pain, Oliver, Mischa and Brian showcase iconic muscle cars, including a 1970 Dodge Super Bee and a 1968 Pontiac GTO. (Not yet renewed.)

  • truTV
    Billy on the Street

    Room scene stealer Jacob Tremblay joins Billy on the streets of New York to remind adults that he’s already more successful than them.