What to Watch Today

Blindspot Series Finale, MLB Opening Day and More

Blindspot Series Finale - NBC

On TV this Thursday: Blindspot concludes with its 100th episode, Major League Baseball’s shortened season gets underway and TBS checks into Lost Resort. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • HBO Max
    The Dog House: UK

    This eight-episode, unscripted import is set inside a rural British animal rescue center that matches homeless dogs with eager owners.

  • HBO Max
    Doom Patrol

    In Season 2’s antepenultimate episode, a mysterious package arrives at Doom Manor; Rita confronts her mommy issues; Niles searches for Dorothy’s mom; Cliff gets stuck on the side of the road — literally. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • HBO Max
    Tig N' Seek

    Series premiere: In this ‘toon, an eccentric 8-year-old and his cat navigate the inner workings of the Department of Lost and Found; voice cast includes Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords) and Wanda Sykes (black-ish).

  • ESPN
    Major League Baseball

    The 60-game season kicks off with defending World Series champion Washington Nationals hosting the New York Yankees. Then at 10 pm, the San Francisco Giants face the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.

  • Fox
    Celebrity Watch Party

    Season 1 finale: Celebs include The Osbornes, Tyra Banks, JoJo Siwa, Joe Buck, Master P. and Romeo, Raven-Symone and Reggie Bush. (Not yet renewed.)

  • The CW
    Killer Camp

    As they continue to recover from the previous evening’s murder, the campers are faced with a mud pit, falling into a freezing lake, and razor-sharp axes.

  • NBC

    Series finale/Episode No. 100: “Turn off your mind relax and float down stream… it is not dying… it is not dying,” reads a very cryptic logline. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • TBS
    Lost Resort

    Series premiere: Nine strangers check into a wellness retreat and experience everything from rage rituals and vulnerability circles to orgasmic healing.

  • truTV
    Tacoma FD

    Season 2B premiere: Wolf Boykins returns to lead the fire station choir; Eddie vies for a spot as lead whistler.

  • ABC
    To Tell the Truth

    It’s not a rerun if it’s new to you — and the double twist pulled off in the May 28 episode is worth tuning in for if you missed it the first time.