What to Watch Tonight

The Last Ship Docks, PBS Meets Sherlock Holmes and More

  • Sundance
    Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter

    Alex Berg (Silicon Valley), Jill Soloway (Transparent), Steve Levitan (Modern Family), Kenya Barris (black-ish), Robert Carlock (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Jay Duplass (Togetherness) discuss comedy showrunning.

  • PBS
    The Great British Baking Show

    Season 2 premiere: For the first time, co-hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins welcome 13 contestants — a baker’s dozen, ha! — to compete under the scrutiny of judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.

  • PBS
    Arthur & George

    Series premiere: Adapted from Juliane Barnes’ novel, this mini stars Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) as Sherlock Holmes scribe Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Outraged by a recent injustice, he uses the methods of his fictional detective to get to the truth. Arsher Ali (The Missing) and Charles Edwards (Downton Abbey) co-star.

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    On the heels of last week’s double eviction (zzz…), a new Head of Household nominates two fellow houseguests for eviction.

  • ABC
    Bachelor in Paradise

    Ashley I. cries a lot whisks Jared away to a luxurious hotel to give their romantic connection one last chance.

  • TNT
    The Last Ship

    Season 2 finale: The Nathan James puts a call out to civilians to meet at ports across the country, where they will receive the cure. (Renewed.)

  • Showtime
    Ray Donovan

    Bunchy’s arrival to his own wedding is jeopardized when Detective Muncie arrests him in an attempt to draw Mickey out of hiding.

  • FX
    The Strain

    Councilwoman Feraldo takes drastic measures to counter a surprise invasion, while Nora and Fet perform a useful mission.

  • Showtime
    Masters of Sex

    Masters continues his surrogacy program, now under the critical eye of Johnson. Elsewhere, Libby tries to set Paul up with a friend.

  • PBS
    Vicious

    When the gang joins Ash and Jess at a ballroom dancing class, Stuart becomes the teacher’s pet, while Violet is a hit with the teacher in other ways. (Wink-wink.)