What to Watch Today

Barrowman's Time to Sing, Da Vinci's Finale and More

  • TV Land
    Best of 'Friends'

    From 6 pm to 6 am for the next five nights, relive the sitcom’s most memorable moments, including “They don’t know we know they know we know!” and Miss Chanandler Bong.

  • ABC
    Bet on Your Baby

    Season 2 premiere: A 3-year-old must pick up a phone within six rings, and one family tries to win a $50,000 college fund.

  • HBO
    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

    From the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the ceremony honors six new inductees: Cat Stevens, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Nirvana, Kiss, Linda Ronstadt and Peter Gabriel.


  • ABC
    Sing Your Face Off

    Two-hour series premiere: In this competition, five celebrities — musician Sebastian Bach, NBA star Landry Fields, comedian Jon Lovitz, China Anne McClain (A.N.T. Farm) and Lisa Rinna (Days of Our Lives) — take on the identities of iconic music performers. John Barrowman (Arrow) hosts, while the judges include Debbie Gibson and Darrell Hammond.

  • Starz
    Da Vinci's Demons

    Season finale: An unlikely union must form to save Italy from an Ottoman attack. (Note: A marathon of Season 2 will air before the finale, beginning at noon.)

  • Hallmark Channel
    The Color of Rain

    After Gina (Lacey Chabert, Party of Five) loses her husband to cancer, she begins volunteering at her sons’ school and meets a widower who becomes an unlikely friend.

  • BBC America
    Orphan Black

    When a rehab confidante threatens to expose the truth about Aynsley’s death, Alison goes into free fall on the eve of Family Day.

  • BBC America
    The Graham Norton Show

    New time slot alert! Graham’s guests include Dame Julie Andrews, Pharrell Williams and 22 Jump Street’s Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill.

  • NBC
    The Night Shift

    Repeat to Revisit: Missed the debut of NBC’s latest medical drama? Now’s your chance to catch up before a new episode airs Tuesday.

  • BBC America
    In the Flesh

    New time slot alert! Kieren is conflicted about seeing Simon behind Amy’s back, but soon learns how much Simon cares.