What to Watch Today

Elvis, Honk for Jesus and Jurassic World, Deschanel's Dance With Devil, Armie Hammer and More

  • Netflix
    Devil In Ohio

    Limited series premiere (all eight episodes): A psychiatrist (played by Emily Deschanel) takes in a young patient who escaped a mysterious cult. (What does Deschanel think of the More Bones reboot?)

  • HBO Max

    Streaming premiere: Baz Luhrmann’s flashy biopic casts onetime Carrie Diaries star Austin Butler as “The King” and two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks as his manager, Col. Tom Parker. (Sign up for HBO Max.)

  • Netflix

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Teenage besties (To All the Boys‘ Emilija Baranac and Motherland: Fort Salem‘s Jennifer Tong) attempt to build a fake ID empire. (Sources tell us Matt Mitovich might have some tips….) Richard Harmon (The 100) co-stars.

  • Peacock
    Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.

    Movie premiere: Black Monday‘s Regina Hall plays the first lady of a prominent Southern Baptist megachurch who tries to help her disgraced husband (This Is Us‘ Sterling K. Brown) rebuild his congregation.

  • Discovery+
    House of Hammer

    The three-part docuseries examines the troubling accusations surrounding Call Me by Your Name actor Armie Hammer. (Watch the disturbing trailer.)

  • Peacock
    Jurassic World: Dominion

    Streaming premiere: An extended cut of the second Jurassic trilogy’s closing chapter features 14 extra minutes and an alternate opening to the film. (Peacock price cut!)

  • Apple TV+

    Season 1 finale: When Sophie goes missing and her belongings are found in the middle of the Golden Gate Bridge, James is left to pick up the pieces. Again.

  • Apple TV+

    Season 3 finale: Nikki and Jason make an impulsive decision that requires their entire family’s help.

    Also streaming Friday: The debuts of Life by Ella (Apple TV+), Buy My House and Dated and Related (Netflix); and new episodes of Bad Sisters, Five Days at Memorial and See (Apple TV+), Sprung (Freevee) and Making the Cut (Prime Video).

  • The CW

    In the cancelled series’ third-to-last episode, Blake and Cristal try to help Adam, while Alexis takes extreme measures to win over Fallon and Amanda.

  • Showtime
    Club Cumming Presents a Queer Comedy Extravaganza

    Good Wife vet Alan Cumming features seven up-and-coming comedians during this cabaret-style gathering.