What to Watch Today

Peaky Blinders and Charmed End, For All Mankind Returns, Bob Saget Tribute, First Kill and More

  • Disney+
    Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear

    Ahead of Lightyear‘s June 17 theatrical release, this special traces the beloved Toy Story character’s origin as an actual space ranger.

  • Prime Video
    The Boys

    Butcher & Co. head to Russia to find a weapon capable of killing Homelander — and get more than they bargained for. (Read about premiere’s A-list cameo and Episode 3’s surprising [spoiler].)

  • Netflix
    Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute

    Filmed at The Comedy Store, this 80-minute special features John Stamos, Jim Carrey and Chris Rock, among others. (See photos, watch trailer.)

  • Apple TV+
    The Essex Serpent

    Limited series finale: Luke processes the incident; Cora has a realization; Will deals with Stella’s illness.

  • Netflix
    First Kill

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): A vampire and a slayer enter a forbidden romance in this adaptation of a short story by Victoria “V. E.” Schwab. (Watch trailer.)

  • Apple TV+
    For All Mankind

    Season 3 premiere: Ten years later, Danielle and Ed attend a wedding aboard a space hotel (!), where things take a terrifying turn. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Peaky Blinders

    Final season Stateside premiere (all six episodes): Four years after a crushing loss, prohibition’s end turns Tommy toward the opium trade.

    Also streaming Friday: Lovely Little Farm (Apple TV+); Hollywood Houselift With Jeff Lewis (Freevee); Fairfax Season 2 (Prime Video); the Ten Percent Season 1 finale (Sundance Now); and new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (Paramount+), Physical, Now & Then and Tehran (Apple TV+).

  • Disney Channel

    Season 6 premiere: Lou buys a ranch and starts a new camp in Wyoming. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • The CW

    Series finale: The Charmed Ones must rekindle their connection… or face the destruction of magic itself. And they better work fast!

  • ABC
    NBA Finals

    The Boston Celtics (2-1) lead the Golden State Warriors heading into Game 4. (Game 5 airs Monday at 9/8c.)