What to Watch Today

Physical Premiere, Elite Returns, Big Shot Finale and More

  • Disney+
    Big Shot

    Season 1 finale: Westbrook is just one win away from Division II; Carlsbad is suspected of stealing Marvyn’s playbook. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Netflix

    Season 4 premiere (all eight episodes): A powerful European businessman takes charge as new director — and enrolls his three teenagers at Las Encinas. (Read Short Stories recaps 1 and 2.)

  • Netflix

    Film premiere: Following the sudden death of his wife, a new dad (Kevin Hart) takes on the toughest job in the world — parenthood!

  • Disney+

    Film premiere: Pixar’s latest is set in the Italian Riviera and focuses on the friendship between Luca (voiced by Jacob Tremblay) and Alberto (Jack Dylan Grazer), who are secretly sea monsters from another world.

  • Apple TV+

    Series premiere (first three episodes, followed by weekly releases): Rose Byrne (Damages) plays a 1980s housewife battling a complex set of personal demons, who finds release via the world of aerobics. (Read preview; watch trailer.)

  • The CW

    Maggie and Macy to pay a visit to the future; Mel and Harry struggle with new circumstances. (Get CW fall premiere dates.)

  • TBS
    Friday Night Vibes

    Tiffany Haddish and Deon Cole host the network’s new Friday night movie destination; Snoop Dogg and Tina Knowles Lawson join the duo for Creed and Creed 2, and to discuss Juneteenth and Father’s Day.

  • The CW

    Blake offers Fallon a word of advice about mixing marriage and business; Kirby and Alexis vie for Adam’s attention. (Get Cristal scoop!)

  • ABC
    Soul of a Nation: Juneteenth - Together We Triumph

    GMA’s Michael Strahan interviews President Obama about race and resilience; Jimmie Allen, Chloe Bailey and Leon Bridges perform; Leslie Odom Jr. guest-hosts.

  • Syfy
    Van Helsing

    Axel and Violet save an important figure from America’s past who could help them in their fight against The Dark One. (Get series finale date.)

    On June 18, 1990, Star Trek: The Next Generation aired its bold “Best of Both Worlds” cliffhanger.