What to Watch Today

Donald Trump's Inauguration, World Ends and More

  • Netflix

    Series premiere (all six episodes): Game of Thrones‘ Jason Momoa stars in this drama about warring factions vying for control of the fur trade in 1700s Canada. (Yes, another show about the fur trade in 1700s Canada.)

  • Netflix
    Voltron: Legendary Defender

    Season 2 premiere: Shiro, Keith, Lance, Pidge and Hunk’s intergalactic misadventures continue.

  • CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC and other major news networks
    The Inauguration of Donald Trump

    Trump gets sworn in as the 45th president of the United States; CBS and NBC kick things off at 10 am; Fox and ABC’s national coverage begins at 11 am.

  • Esquire
    Parks and Recreation Marathon

    Through 8 pm | Not interested in inauguration coverage? Relive Season 4 of the beloved NBC sitcom instead, during which Leslie Knope runs for City Council.

  • Disney Channel
    Girl Meets World

    Girl Meets World ReunionSeries finale: Nearly the entire Boy Meets World cast returns to help Topanga make an important decision. (Is Season 4 a possibility? Watch promo; get preview; click to enlarge full group photo.)

  • NBC

    In an episode directed by David Giuntoli, Nick comes up with a plan to stop Renard, while Eve and Rosalee race against time to prepare a spell.

  • The CW
    The Vampire Diaries

    Stefan and Damon return to Mystic Falls per Sybil’s request; Caroline is led to believe that Bonnie will become a vampire. (View photos.)

  • ABC
    Dr. Ken

    Jeong’s fellow Community grad Yvette Nicole Brown stops by as the producer of a documentary series looking to follow Ken around for a day.

  • CBS
    Hawaii Five-0

    Five-0 deals with an aggressive U.S. Marshall (Longmire‘s Lou Diamond Phillips) when a suspected killer seeks asylum in Hawaii.

  • Fox
    Sleepy Hollow

    Crane must stop one of his greatest foes when he turns up threatening the safety of D.C. officials; Edwin Hodge (SIX) guest-stars.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Season 15 premiere: Guests include Oscar winner Jane Fonda, GQ correspondent Keith Olbermann, economic equality advocate Heather McGhee, historian Jon Meacham and former Sec. of Labor Thomas Perez.