What to Watch Today

Game of Thrones, Veep, Jackie and Other Returns, Wicked Once, MTV Movie Awards and More

  • MTV
    MTV Movie Awards

    Comedienne Amy Schumer hosts the ceremony, which honors the year’s biggest movie moments, appropriately, with Golden Popcorn.

  • Lifetime
    Seeds of Yesterday

    Concluding the Flowers in the Attic saga, this fourth film once again focuses on the coexistence of the Dollanganger family.

  • ABC
    Once Upon a Time

    Still reeling from her parents’ secret, Emma tries to find the Author before Gold does. Oh, and Rebecca Mader makes a wicked return. (See photos, get scoop.)

  • Fox
    Family Guy

    Special time! Peter becomes a town hero for accidentally finding a missing boy, and Joe decides to quit his job and take a road trip to Niagara Falls.

  • HBO
    Game of Thrones

    Season 5 premiere: Cersei and Jaime adjust to a world without Tywin, while Daenerys faces a(nother) new threat to her rule.

  • Showtime
    Nurse Jackie

    Final season premiere: Picking up with her arrest, Jackie suffers through detox. (Note: A Season 6 marathon runs from 3 to 9 pm.)

  • PBS
    Mr. Selfridge

    Surprising accomplices turn up in the search for Kitty’s assailants, and Harry and Nancy reach an understanding.

  • HBO
    Silicon Valley

    Season 2 premiere: Following their success at Tech- Crunch Disrupt, the guys of Pied Piper find themselves aggressively courted by every VC in Silicon Valley.

  • ABC

    Emily faces a promising future as Amanda Clarke… until Victoria uncovers devastating secrets from her past. (Get scoop.)

  • CBS
    Battle Creek

    To assist with a murder investigation, Russ is forced to turn to the last person he wants help from: his mother (Murphy Brown’s Candice Bergen).

  • NBC
    American Odyssey

    Odelle labors to avoid detection as she and Aslam travel through the desert; Peter tries to make things right after Gentry’s murder. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • HBO

    Season 4 premiere: Twenty-four hours before Selina’s first major speech as president, her staff tries to figure out how she can say two completely opposite things at the same time. Uh, doesn’t she do that all the time? (Psst, hear about the big exit?)