On TV this Election Day: Stephen Colbert goes live on Showtime, Lifetime offers a political point of View and the outcome of the 2016 presidential race is (hopefully) revealed. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Colbert, The Daily Show, @Midnight and The View (?!) Go Live, and More Election Night Coverage
The Mindy Project
Mindy finds out that Danny is having doubts about marrying Sarah. (Which Veronica Mars alum is playing a white, male version of Mindy?)
Election Night 2016
MSNBC officially starts the chad-counting at 5 pm, followed at 6 by Fox News and CNN. NBC launches its coverage at 7, while CBS, Fox and ABC go live at 8.
The View Live Election Night Special
Assuming CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC and all of the cable news networks go dark, you can count on the co-hosts of ABC’s daytime gabfest for two-and-a-half hours (!) of up-to-the-minute results.
Channel Zero: Candle Cove
Mike and Amy discover that the creator of Candle Cove isn’t who they think he is; the Iron Hill police force is startled by an unexpected and brutal crime.
Despite the potential of a volcanic eruption, the family is advised to return to Mount Rainier.
Daniel Tosh will attempt to unite those divided by the election through the power of comedy.
Derek Waters and Steve Berg tell tales of former presidents and elections, including the contentious race between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah
Noah and the “best f#@king news team ever” report on the live results of the Trump vs. Clinton race.
Stephen Colbert's Live Election Night: Democracy's Series Finale
Guests include The Circus‘ Mark Halperin, John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon; Elle King sits in with Jon Batiste and Stay Human. (Not a Showtime subscriber? Catch a CBS encore Friday at 11:35 pm.)
@Midnight With Chris Hardwick
Panelists for this live episode include Undateable alumni Ron Funches and Whitney Cummings, and BoJack Horseman‘s Paul F. Tompkins.