What to Watch Today

Perry Mason and Alienist Finales, Jeffrey Epstein Docuseries, Shark Week and More

Perry Mason Season 1 Finale

On TV this Sunday: Perry Mason and The Alienist wrap their seasons, Lifetime delves into the crimes of Jeffrey Epstein and Mike Tyson takes a bite out of Shark Week. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

    NHL Stanley Cup Round Robin

    Three games: The Boston Bruins take on the Washington Capitals at 12 pm (NBCSN), while at 3 pm, it’s the Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues (NBC); lastly at 8 pm, the Columbus Blue Jackets/Toronto Maple Leafs series continues with Game 5 (NBCSN).

  • CBS
    PGA Championship

    A major champion will be crowned in this two-hour final round of golf, live from TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.

  • Discovery
    Shark Week

    Through 11 pm | Night 1 includes Tyson vs. Jaws, a special that pits boxer Mike Tyson against a black tip reef shark. Somewhere, Syfy is kicking itself. (View complete schedule.)

  • Lifetime
    Surviving Jeffrey Epstein

    This two-night docuseries examines how the financier used his connections to hide predatory behavior, and the lasting traumas suffered by his victims.

  • TNT
    The Alienist: Angel of Darkness

    Season 2 finale: In Brooklyn the gang tracks clues from the killer’s past, while Thomas Byrnes plots a double cross. (Not yet renewed.)

  • HBO
    Perry Mason

    Season 1 finale: Della presents a strategy for putting Emily on the stand; as the trial ends, Mason, Strickland et al tie up loose ends. (Get renewal status.)

  • Showtime
    The Chi

    Kevin, Nina and Dre worry about their futures, as Kiesha remains trapped in her nightmare; Ronnie hopes for absolution. (Read Episode 7 post mortem.)

  • PBS

    Season 7 premiere (two hours): Thursday hunts down a killer, while Morse makes a new acquaintance.

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    Special time: The season’s first two nominees for eviction are named; details about the Safety Suite twist are revealed. (Read premiere recap.)

  • Bravo
    Race in America: A Movement Not a Moment

    In this 90-minute roundtable, Bravo personalities — including Real Housewives‘ Gizelle Bryant, Kandi Burruss and Leah McSweeney — discuss current race relations in America and possible paths toward equality.

  • Showtime
    We Hunt Together

    Stateside premiere: In this UK drama, detectives (played by Torchwood‘s Eve Myles and Into the Badlands‘ Babou Ceesay) track a pair of killers.