What to Watch Today

Joey King Is Princess, Supersized Stranger Things and More

  • Prime Video
    The Boys

    Soldier Boy, Butcher and Hughie go in search of Mindstorm, Annie learns some surprising information, and one of these memorable songs will never be heard the same way again! (Our Performers of the Week!)

  • Hulu
    FEUD: Bette and Joan

    Streaming premiere: Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon play Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in the first installment of the Ryan Murphy anthology, which aired all the way back in 2017. (Season 2 is coming!)

  • Apple TV+
    For All Mankind

    A surprise maneuver during the journey to Mars results in desperate measures; the anti-NASA movement gains an unlikely participant.

  • Apple TV+
    Loot

    Arthur helps Molly sort through her financial portfolio after she discovers she owns several problematic companies. (About that Hot Ones meltdown…)

  • Apple TV+
    Physical

    Tyler and Bunny hatch a scheme; John confides in someone who was close to his dad; Sheila and Greta receive advice from Vinnie Green.

  • Hulu
    The Princess

    Movie premiere: The Kissing Booth‘s Joey King plays a strong-willed princess who refuses to marry the suitor (Preacher‘s Dominic Cooper) to whom she’s betrothed. (Get scoop on King’s new series!)

  • Paramount+
    RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars

    Get excited, Candace Cameron Bure! It’s Christmas in July! The remaining queens make the yuletide gayer in twisted new holiday classic, Santa’s School for Girls.

  • Netflix
    Stranger Things

    Season 4, Volume 2 premiere (two episodes): The scattered friends face a frightening future — and a combined three hour and 55-minute runtime! 😱

     

  • Prime Video
    The Terminal List

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): A Navy SEAL (played by Chris Pratt) discovers that dark forces are working against him. (Read review.)

  • The CW
    Dynasty

    Cristal advises Fallon and Blake against moving forward with their plan to beat Ben; Alexis appears to have a change of heart. (Yep, cancelled!)