What to Watch Tonight

Tyrant Ends, Liars Call for Help, Drunk Deschanel and More

  • CBS
    NCIS

    Repeat to Revisit: In an encore of the Season 11 finale, Gibbs revisits his childhood home after he hears of his father Jackson’s passing.

  • ABC Family
    Pretty Little Liars

    Summer finale: Feeling trapped by Alison and “A,” the Liars turn to an unlikely person for help. (Whoa, could it be a police officer?)

  • NBC
    America’s Got Talent

    As 12 acts perform in the hope of making it to the next round, four “wild card” acts rejoin the competition so it will never end.

  • USA Network
    Royal Pains

    While Evan and Paige help Emma set up a trap for Oz, Hank helps Charlotte adjust to regaining her vision — but the learning curve is steeper than either anticipated.

  • TNT
    Rizzoli & Isles

    In the midst of a heat wave, Jane and Maura find a man who died suspiciously in a tub full of ice; a spicy tea has unexpected romantic consequences for Angela.

  • Syfy
    Face Off

    The artists team up to re-imagine characters from “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” as though they’ve fallen down the rabbit hole into “Alice’s Wonderland.” AKA Once Upon a Time Season 5, probably.

  • USA Network
    Covert Affairs

    Summer finale: Annie helps McQuaid pull off a tough mission, against Auggie’s wishes. And as a threat on U.S. soil appears imminent, Hayley becomes more dogged in her pursuit of the truth.

  • FX
    Tyrant

    Season finale: Barry receives news that threatens to destroy all he’s worked for, as Jamal questions the loyalty of those closest to him. (Not yet renewed.)

  • MTV
    Finding Carter

    Carter feels betrayed by David; Max and Taylor struggle to take their relationship to the next stage.

  • Comedy Central
    Drunk History

    Jim Thorpe is named the greatest athlete of the 20th century, Babe Didrikson breaks down gender barriers in sports and Jim Abbott achieves prominence as a pitcher — despite having only one hand. Featuring Emily Deschanel (Bones), Jason Momoa (Red Road) and Zach Gilford (Friday Night Lights).