On TV this Wednesday: Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton speak at the Democratic National Convention, Jim Belushi opens a cannabis farm and Netflix delves into the history of video games. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Netflix's High Score Docu, Jim Belushi Grows Pot and More
The six-part docuseries delves into the golden age of video games, when legends — including Space Invaders, Pac-Man and Doom — were brought to life, followed by the likes of Final Fantasy, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Sonic the Hedgehog and John Madden Football.
NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Five games: Columbus vs. Tampa Bay (at noon), Carolina vs. Boston (4 pm), Arizona vs. Colorado (5:30 pm), Montreal vs. Philadelphia (8 pm) and Vancouver vs. St. Louis (10:30 pm).
In the series’ fifth-to-last episode, Clarke, Octavia, Raven and Echo go up against a new foe. (Watch a sneak peek.)
America's Got Talent
As five acts from Tuesday’s second live show move on to the semi-finals, viewers are granted another chance to send their favorite to the next round.
Six houseguests, including Nicole A. and David, compete for the Power of Veto. (Meet Love Island‘s quarantined Season 2 singles!)
In the first half of a two-parter, Jenny digs deep into the investigation of a dismembered body found in Crother’s Woods. (Get Supernatural return date.)
Democratic National Convention
Night 3 of 4 | Kamala Harris is formally nominated as the Democratic party’s pick for VP; speakers include former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Series premiere: The cabler’s latest unscripted show chronicles Jim Belushi’s new career as a cannabis farmer in southern Oregon.
In the series’ penultimate episode, Jake and Matt embark on a business trip, where Jake learns to enjoys the pleasures of a hotel. (Which Comedy Central shows are HBO Max-bound?)
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Colbert goes live to dissect Night 3 of the DNC with Night 1 speaker Sen. Bernie Sanders.