What to Watch Today

JLo's Shotgun Wedding, Jason Segel/Harrison Ford in Shrinking, Eddie Murphy in You People and More

  • Netflix
    Lockwood & Co.

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): A young woman with psychic abilities (Da Vinci’s Demons‘ Ruby Stokes) joins two gifted teen boys (Bad Education‘s Ali Hadji-Heshmati and newcomer Cameron Chapman) at a small ghost-hunting agency in London.

  • Apple TV+

    Dorothy employs two live-in nurses to help speed up her recovery and protect her from Leanne.

  • Prime Video
    Shotgun Wedding

    Movie premiere: Bride and groom (played by Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel) must save their wedding party after everyone is taken hostage; Jennifer Coolidge (The White Lotus), Sonia Braga (Luke Cage), D’Arcy Carden (A League of Their Own), Callie Hernandez (The Flight Attendant), Desmin Borges (You’re the Worst), Cheech Marin and Lenny Kravitz co-star.

  • Apple TV+

    Series premiere (first two episodes): A recently widowed therapist (played How I Met Your Mother‘s Jason Segel) begins to tell clients exactly what he thinks; Harrison Ford (1923), Christa Miller (Cougar Town), Jessica Williams (Love Life) and Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) co-star.

  • Peacock

    Streaming premiere: The Best Picture nominee casts two-time Oscar winner/2023 nominee Cate Blanchett as the first-ever female conductor of a major German orchestra. (Sign up for Peacock)

  • Apple TV+
    Truth Be Told

    Poppy takes matters into her own hands as she determines whether or not she can trust Eva.

  • Netflix
    You People

    Movie premiere: In Kenya Barris’ rom-com, a couple (played by Jonah Hill and Lauren London) navigate clashing cultures, societal expectations and generational differences when their two families become one; Eddie Murphy, Nia Long, David Duchovny and Julia Louis-Dreyfus play the parents.

  • Starz

    As their enemies continue to get closer, Terry steps in for Meech and assumes command of cash-strapped BMF.

  • MTV
    RuPaul's Drag Race

    The remaining Queens must turn home decor into haute couture; singer/actress Janelle Monáe guest-judges.

  • ABC
    Shark Tank

    Pitches include a nontoxic product that helps dispose of cooking oils safely, and a tool that transforms eating utensils into a common kitchen accessory.

  • PBS
    Next at the Kennedy Center: The Roots Residency

    The hip-hop legends perform “Proceed,” “Clone,” “Act Two (Love of My Life)” and “The Next Movement”; additional performers include Durand Bernarr, India Shawn and Ezy Truth.