What to Watch Today

General Hospital Returns, Kiefer Chases The Fugitive, Trump Interview and More

  • Quibi
    The Fugitive

    Series premiere: This adaptation of the 1993 action flick follows an ex-con (Narcos‘ Boyd Holbrook) who is framed for orchestrating an L.A. subway bombing, and the Counter Terrorism Bureau agent (24‘s Kiefer Sutherland) who is determined to find him. (Watch trailer.)

  • DC Universe
    DC's Stargirl

    Season 1 finale (Part 1 of 2): Courtney, Pat and the team regroup and prepare for an epic battle with the ISA. (View photos; Might Mike turn eeeeevil?)

    NHL Stanley Cup Qualifiers

    The Hurricanes take on the Rangers (at 12 pm), the Capitals face the Lightning (4 pm) and the Canadiens go up against the Penguins (8 pm).

  • ABC
    General Hospital

    Back after a 10-week break! Nelle is rattled; Jax takes notice of Nina’s strength; Ned and Olivia feud; Valentin meets with Brook Lynn; Portia has an uncomfortable encounter. (Recast alert!)

  • ABC
    The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!

    The latest three-hour installment revisits Ali Fedotowsky’s season of The Bachelorette; Chris Harrison chats with Chris, Frank, Kasey and Justin.

  • Logo
    GLAAD Media Awards

    Fortune Feimster (Mindy Project) and Gina Yashere (Bob Hearts Abishola) host a virtual ceremony, with a performance by Chloe x Halle. (View winners.)

  • NBC
    The Titan Games

    Olympic snowboarder champ Hannah Teter and the UFC’s Tyron Woodley return along with four other Eastern Region competitors.

  • Logo
    Canada's Drag Race

    The remaining Queens must set their Canadian niceness aside for a song-and-dance diss track showdown.

  • HBO
    I May Destroy You

    Arabella becomes glued to her phone, internalizing the stress of her social media followers; Kwame opens up about his recent sexual experiment.

  • The CW
    Penn & Teller: Fool Us

    Featured magicians include Hans Klok, Michael Bourada, Hedné and Vincenzo Ravina.

  • HBO

    Jonathan Swan sits down with President Trump for this buzzed-about interview regarding the coronavirus crisis, Black Lives Matter, the November election, and U.S. foreign policy in Afghanistan, China and Russia.