What to Watch Today

The Leftovers Ends, Fear TWD Returns, Ariana Grande Benefit Concert, Megyn Kelly and More

  • Freeform
    One Love Manchester

    Ariana Grande headlines this benefit to raise money for victims of the terrorist attack at her May 22 concert in England; Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Pharrell Williams are also scheduled to perform. (Get details.)

  • NBC
    Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly

    Series premiere: The former Fox News host sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin for a one-on-one interview in St. Petersburg.

  • ABC
    Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night

    Kimmel is joined by Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. ahead of Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

  • NBC
    American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. The World

    The annual event promises to make history, as North America goes up against Europe and Latin America; Team USA boasts Brian Arnold, Drew Drechsel, Daniel Gil, Josh Levin, Jake Murray and Jessie Graff.

  • Starz
    The White Princess

    Miniseries finale: King Henry’s weaknesses are exposed amid a final confrontation with the pretender; Lizzie confronts her demons.

  • AMC
    Fear the Walking Dead

    Season 3 premiere (two episodes): The Clark family must forge a path to safety when they find themselves in dire circumstances. (Talking Dead follows at 11:10 pm; read preview.)

  • HBO
    The Leftovers

    Series finale (75 minutes): The final episode is titled “The Book of Nora” — and that’s all we can say. (Who was Performer of the Week?)

  • Starz
    American Gods

    Shadow and Mr. Wednesday turn to Vulcan, God of the Fire and the Forge, for safe haven. (Fall behind? Read Episode 5 recap.)

  • Showtime
    Twin Peaks

    This week’s cryptic, Showtime-supplied synopsis simply reads: “Case files.” Make of that what you will. (Fall behind? Read Part 4 recap.)

  • Showtime
    I'm Dying Up Here

    Series premiere: Per Dave Nemetz’s “D” review, this “cliché-riddled,” Jim Carrey-produced drama about up-and-coming comedians in 1970s L.A. is “likely to make you hate yourself, everyone around you and humanity in general”; Ari Graynor (Bad Teacher) and Melissa Leo (Treme) star.