What to Watch Today

Kingdom Series Finale, Jessica Biel's a Sinner, Rob Lowe Investigates the Supernatural and More

  • MTV
    An Inconvenient Special

    In this half-hour special pegged to An Inconvenient Sequel, former veep Al Gore, Fat Joe and Steve Aoki host a dialogue on climate change. (TRL revival? What?)

  • AT&T Audience Network
    Kingdom

    Series finale: Alvey’s comeback fight goes on as scheduled despite tragedy striking the Navy St. family; Lisa embarks on a new chapter.

  • Pop
    Nightcap

    Season 2 finale: Staci pitches a movie to J.J. Abrams; Rachael Ray is pitched as a new love interest for Christie Brinkley; Mark Hamill turns up to discuss Staci’s movie. (Get renewal status.)

  • CBS
    Salvation

    Two episodes: Darius reveals a secret to Harris and Grace to prove he is not a traitor. Later, Darius tries to get to the bottom of who killed Lazlo.

  • NBC
    The Carmichael Show

    In the antepenultimate episode, Bobby considers going back to college following an on-the-job injury. (Two-episode series finale airs Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 10/9c.)

  • USA Network
    The Sinner

    Series premiere: A housewife (7th Heaven‘s Jessica Biel) commits a seemingly random act of murder, sparking confusion among a small town’s inhabitants and the local police; Bill Pullman (Independence Day) co-stars. (Read review; watch trailer.)

  • OWN
    Queen Sugar

    Summer finale: Nova’s reunion with Dr. Robert Dubois doesn’t go well; Violet has a health scare. (Return date TBA; hear the good news?)

  • A&E
    The Lowe Files

    Series premiere (60 minutes): Rob Lowe, with sons Matthew and John Owen, hunt down supernatural phenomena. (Watch trailer.)

  • Sundance TV
    Cleverman

    Season 2 finale: Jarli’s actions tests the strength of various allegiances; Waruu is in possession of the one thing that can kill Koen. (Get renewal status.)

  • IFC
    Baroness von Sketch Show

    Stateside premiere: This Canadian sketch-comedy series features an all-female cast (Carolyn Taylor, Meredith MacNeill, Aurora Browne and Jennifer Whalen) and has already been picked up for two seasons.