What to Watch Today

MLB All-Star Game, Love Island Returns and More

  • Hulu
    Only Murders in the Building

    Mabel hosts a party for an eclectic art crowd, which doubles as an opportunity to smoke out a liar. (Every suspect and clue!)

  • Paramount+
    The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean's American Pie

    McLean reveals never-before-shared secrets about the iconic song in a documentary that also highlights cultural moments in America’s history that are as relevant now as they were in 1971.

  • Peacock
    Love Island

    Season 4 premiere (new network): Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland takes over as host, while the UK’s Iain Stirling serves as narrator; new episodes drop daily, Tuesday-Sunday.

  • Fox
    MLB All-Star Game

    Starting players include the Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (who for a second consecutive year will pitch and DH for the AL) and the Cubs’ Willson Contreras (for the NL). (Who would make your TV all-star team?)

  • OWN
    All Rise

    André makes an unexpected appearance in a case Lola is presiding over; Luke represents an alleged arsonist. (Also, what you’re bound to hear if Aaron Judge homers tonight.)

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    This week’s acts include an aerialist from Ukraine whose father is fighting on the front line, and two sisters and a cousin who sing an update to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.” (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)

  • The CW
    Tom Swift

    In the series’ third-to-last episode, Tom’s mysterious guardian angel makes an urgent plea — and a surprising secret comes to light. (Yep, cancelled.)

  • NBC
    Dancing With Myself

    Season 1 finale: A grad student, retail manager, identical twins and eight other contestants enter the pods. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Freeform
    Motherland: Fort Salem

    As the Council of the Great River convenes to hear the Unit’s testimony, Abigail attempts to convey the dangers of the Camarilla’s power.

  • FX
    What We Do in the Shadows

    Opening night of Nadja’s vampire nightclub is threatened when the musical guest cancels. (Season 4 premiere earned an average reader grade of “A.”)