What to Watch Today

Rosewood Finale, L.A. Riots Revisited, Catastrophe Returns, Dear White People and More

  • Amazon

    Season 3 premiere (all six episodes): Rob and Sharon face uncertainty in their relationship as they attempt to weather unemployment, jealous coworkers, insane family and more. (Watch trailer featuring the late Carrie Fisherget renewal status.)

  • Netflix
    Dear White People

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Picking up where the 2014 film left off, this comedy takes place at a predominately white university, where a student of color (Hit the Floor‘s Logan Browning) causes tension by pointing out the casual racism she experiences every day. (Read review.)

  • Netflix
    Casting JonBenet

    This documentary delves into the media’s fascination with the unsolved child-murder case of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey.

  • Fox

    Season 2 finale: Rosie, Villa, Slade and Hornstock attempt to take down a group of criminals responsible for a recent jewelry store heist. (Get renewal status.)

  • CBS
    Undercover Boss

    Spring premiere: The president and CEO of Tex-Mex chain Taco Bueno goes undercover to see how is company is really run.

  • The CW
    The Originals

    Elijah and Klaus host a party to lure out a mysterious servant employed by The Hollow. (Read May Sweeps preview.)

  • ABC
    Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992

    From American Crime EP John Ridley comes this feature-length documentary about the Los Angeles uprising of April 1992, and the decade of racial tension that preceded the Rodney King Riots.

  • CBS
    Hawaii Five-0

    Danny protects a coma patient — a key witness from his last HPD case — who is showing signs of regaining consciousness; Lori Petty (OITNB) and Michael Paul Chan (Major Crimes) guest-star. (Get scoop.)

  • The CW

    Mary contemplates ways to take the English throne; Elizabeth struggles to find a suitor; James faces the tragic aftermath of John Knox’s scheme.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include Mass. Senator Elizabeth Warren, director Rob Reiner and nuclear physicist Ernest Moniz.