What to Watch Today

LA to Vegas Departs, The Middle Attends Prom and More

On TV this first Tuesday of May Sweeps: LA to Vegas‘ freshman flight descends, New Girl hosts an insane funeral and The Middle heads to high school prom. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Starz.com
    Take My Wife

    Season 2 premiere (formerly on Seeso): The critically acclaimed comedy, starring married stand-ups Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, finds a new streaming home.

  • Netflix
    John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City

    The comedian’s latest stand-up special tackles everything from childhood to the value of college, to his days as a writer on Saturday Night Live.

  • CBS

    In Part 1 of Pauley Perrette’s two-part sendoff, Abby is awarded a dinner reservation for two and must decide who to take with her. (Read May Sweeps preview.)

  • ABC

    Beverly goes to live with Jackie; Darlene defends Mark after his creative touches on a birdhouse prove too much for Dan’s customer to handle; Christopher Lloyd (Taxi) guest-stars. (Get finale scoop.)

  • ABC
    The Middle

    In the fourth-to-last episode, Frankie has to force Brick to ask Cindy to prom; Lexie convinces Axl to get Sue a belated birthday gift; Mike struggles with a new TV remote. (Get scoop.)

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Midseason premiere: Veronica makes sure everyone knows that she’s still the only queen in the kingdom.

  • The CW
    The 100

    Octavia must follow the guidance of an unlikely ally when the future of the bunker, and everyone inside, is suddenly put in danger.

  • Fox
    LA to Vegas

    Season 1 finale: Ronnie applies for a job with a different airline; Captain Dave plans to propose to Patricia. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Fox
    New Girl

    Everyone gathers for a memorial service; Jess discovers that Coach (Damon Wayans Jr.) owes Nick a large sum of money. (Who died?! Watch exclusive promo.)

  • USA Network
    Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.

    Limited series finale (63 minutes): Poole and the task force chase down their final leads.

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Choi comes up with a mass casualty plan after a nearby block party shooting; Manning realizes her son and nanny might have been at the scene. (Get scoop.)