What to Watch Today

Cruel Summer Premiere, Queen Sugar Finale and More

  • Discovery
    Deadliest Catch

    Season 17 premiere: Johnathan Hillstrand returns with the Time Bandit to help Sig, who attempts to save the fishery from destruction.

  • CBS
    NCIS

    A Marine Sergeant’s stabbing leads Torres to his MIA father (Ray Donovan‘s Steven Bauer); read preview. (Is Mark Harmon returning for Season 19?)

  • OWN
    Queen Sugar

    Season 5 finale: Charley and Davis mark a new beginning; Darla shares big news with Ralph Angel. (Check renewal status.)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    Mina and The Raptor face an uncertain future; Cain must prove he was ready to return to the OR; Devon presents Rose with a groundbreaking trial.

  • ABC
    black-ish

    Bow and Dre are concerned with Junior and Olivia’s living conditions; Diane turns to Pops for dating advice.

  • Freeform
    Cruel Summer

    Series premiere (two episodes): The ’90s-set drama takes place over three summers, during which a popular teen goes missing and a seemingly unrelated girl transforms into the most popular girl in town; Olivia Holt (Cloak & Dagger) stars. (Read preview and watch promo.)

  • Fox
    Prodigal Son

    Bright investigates an escalating killer despite Gil’s objections; Martin and Capshaw’s relationship intensifies.

  • The CW
    Supergirl

    Kara has an opportunity to escape the Phantom Zone — but it comes at a price; Lena joins the Super Friends on a mission.

  • ABC
    Big Sky

    Cassie and Jenny face a dangerous attempt to run them out of town; Jerrie has a close encounter; Blake returns home.

  • NBC
    New Amsterdam

    Max examines the inequities in child labor for women of color; Bloom deals with an overcrowded ED; Reynolds experiences something new on the job.


    🧼 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🧼
    On April 20, 1981, ABC’s primetime sudser parody Soap — whose cast included Katherine Helmond, Robert Mandan, RIchard Mulligan (finger-snaps!), Robert Guillaume, Diana Canova and Billy Crystal — ended its four-season run.