What to Watch Today

L&O and Grey's Finales, Why Women Kill Returns and More

  • Paramount+
    Woman In Motion: Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA

    The documentary reveals how the Star Trek actress embarked on a campaign to bring diversity to NASA in the late 1970s and ’80s. (What else is streaming on Paramount+ in June?)

  • Peacock
    We Are Lady Parts

    Series premiere (all six episodes): Created/directed by Nida Manzoor, the UK comedy centers on a Muslim female punk band on a mission to find a guitarist. (What else is streaming on Peacock in June?)

  • Paramount+
    Why Women Kill

    Season 2 premiere: Allison Tolman (Fargo) and Lana Parrilla (Once Upon a Time) headline the 1940s-set follow-up, which explores what it means to be beautiful and the effects of being ignored by society; Matthew Daddario (Shadowhunters) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)

  • Fox
    Beat Shazam

    Season 4 premiere: The Jamie Foxx-hosted musical quiz show returns after a 22-month hiatus. (View Fox’s fall schedule.)

  • Disney Channel

    Episode No. 100: Finn and Destiny look for a way to leave their mark on the camp; Lou and Noah discover that Matteo has a surprising skill.

  • ABC
    Station 19

    Season 4 finale: Maya deals with family issues; Andy and Sullivan’s marriage is put to the test; the crew is faced with a life-or-death moment.

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    Season 17 finale: Maggie’s wedding day arrives; Meredith takes on a new role; Jo makes a big decision. (View ABC’s fall schedule.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: SVU

    Season 22 finale: While Fin and Phoebe make wedding arrangements, Liv and Rollins help a homeless single mother. (View NBC’s fall schedule.)

  • Freeform
    Everything's Gonna Be Okay

    Season 2 finale: The Moss family prepares for a big event; Nicholas shares some eye-opening news with Alex. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: Organized Crime

    Season 1 finale: As Wheatley faces a litany of charges, Stabler and Bell cope with a sudden development. (Dick Wolf takes over primetime!)

    On June 3, 2017, TVLine broke the news that Erinn Hayes would not be returning for Kevin Can Wait Season 2. (Revisit that and other polarizing exits.)