What to Watch Today

Pratt's Tomorrow War, Boss Baby Sequel, Fear Street and More

Chris Pratt in 'The Tomorrow War'

On TV this Friday: Chris Pratt enlists in The Tomorrow WarThe Boss Baby picks up a shift at Peacock, and Emergency Call and Trying wrap their seasons. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Peacock
    The Boss Baby: Family Business

    In the sequel, the Templeton brothers (voiced by Alec Baldwin and James Marsden) reunite when a new boss baby (Amy Sedaris) inspires a new kind of business.

  • Netflix
    Fear Street Part 1: 1994

    Releasing over three weeks, the R.L. Stine trilogy begins in Shadyside, where a teenager and her friends take on an evil force that has plagued their town for centuries.

  • Disney+
    High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

    Tensions escalate when the Wildcats are benched from rehearsal for a week; Howie makes a surprising move. (New episodes of Mysterious Benedict Society and Star Wars: The Bad Batch are also streaming.)

  • Hulu
    Summer of Soul

    Questlove’s directorial debut documents 1969’s Harlem Cultural Festival, with performances by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Sly & the Family Stone and Gladys Knight & the Pips, among others.

  • Amazon Prime
    The Tomorrow War

    Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski and J.K. Simmons headline this sci-fI flick about time travelers who warn of an impending war between extraterrestrials and mankind. (What else is streaming in July?)

  • Apple TV+
    Trying

    Season 2 finale: Jason and Nikki have 60 seconds to make a life-changing decision. (New episodes of Central Park, Home Before Dark, Lisey’s Story and Physical are also streaming.)

  • ABC
    Emergency Call

    Season 1 finale: This week’s calls involve several domestic disputes, a possible overdose, and a motorcycle accident.

  • NBC
    Stanley Cup Final

    The Tampa Bay Lightning (2-0) are in the lead as they skate into Game 3 against the Montreal Canadiens.

  • The CW
    Dynasty

    Grant Show’s Melrose Place co-star Laura Leighton plays a no-nonsense exec who gives Liam a doozy of a lead to follow. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • HBO
    Betty

    Kirt and Shelby embark on a mission; Honeybear and Camille have second thoughts; Indigo looks to make a buck by any means.