What to Watch Today

Beast Gets Tested, Triumph's Election Special and More

On TV this Thursday: Beauty and the Beast undergoes a series of tests, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog takes a second look at the 2016 election cycle and Queen of the South goes undercover. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Hulu
    Triumph’s Summer Election Special

    Triumph the Insult Comic Dog travels to the political conventions and hijacks a Westboro Baptist Church demonstration.

  • BBC America
    Ripper Street

    New time slot alert! Upon his return to H Division, Reid comes upon a woman who claims to have lost her child.

  • NBC
    2016 Summer Olympics

    Highlights include women’s gymnastics and swimming (including the women’s 200-meter breaststroke final and 100-meter individual final and the men’s 200-meter backstroke final).

  • The CW
    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    Repeat to Revisit: Rip’s backstory is told as the team battles The Pilgrim, who aims to “erase” the Legends by killing their younger selves. Arrow‘s Paul Blackthorne guest-stars.

  • CBS
    The Big Bang Theory

    Repeat to Revisit: The gang tries to spend a weekend without Sheldon after tending to him while he was sick.

  • The CW
    Beauty and the Beast

    Vincent partakes in a series of tests put together by the mysterious buyer, in an effort to keep himself from being exposed.

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    “A houseguest is evicted.” As always, super exciting stuff. (Get scoop on the big Big renewal, plus the “bonus” season on CBS All Access this fall)

  • ABC
    $100,000 Pyramid

    Repeat to Revisit: Prepare for Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg’s upcoming reality show (yes, really) with this encore of their game show face-off.

  • USA Network
    Queen of the South

    Camila attempts to follow through on a high-risk heist; Teresa’s life changes forever on an undercover op. (Get USA fall premiere dates.)

  • FX

    Johnny’s charity anthem begins to catch on; Flash comes to another important choice; Rehab is unsatisfied with his contribution to Feast.