What to Watch Today

Still Star-Crossed Ends, Orphan Black, Episodes Binge and More

On TV this Saturday: Still Star-Crossed comes to an unceremonious close, Showtime kicks off a weeks-long  Episodes binge and the third-to-last Orphan Black is a total game changer. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • HBO
    Sesame Street

    Elmo and Chris help Alan prepare for a series of cooking challenges; Jason Schwartzman (Board to Death) and Anthony Mackie (Detroit) guest-star.

  • Showtime 2
    Episodes Marathon

    Through 10:30 pm | Ahead of the fifth and final season (premiering Aug. 20; watch trailer), catch up on this underrated Hollywood satire — starring Matt LeBlanc as, well, Matt LeBlanc — with one season per week.

  • Oxygen
    Cold Justice

    Kelly Siegler and Johnny Bonds reopen the two-year-old case of a missing professional photographer.

  • CBS

    Albert becomes first chair on the murder trial after learning of Sadie and Billy’s relationship; Isaiah decides to step away from work after Carolyn’s parole hearing.

  • Nickelodeon
    School Of Rock

    The bandmates get competitive after an online review labels Tomika its leader.

  • AMC
    TURN: Washington's Spies

    Abe and Simcoe attempt to settle things; Ben makes his case to General Washington; Townsend puts everything on the line. (When does Halt and Catch Fire return?)

  • OWN
    Love Thy Neighbor

    Summer premiere (three episodes): Linda tries to make amends with Danny and Troy; Philip is left alone with the baby. (Which OWN drama was recently renewed?)

  • ABC
    Still Star-Crossed

    Season 1 (series?) finale: Rosaline attempts to prove Benvolio’s innocence — but what’s the point, really? (Get ABC fall premiere dates.)

  • BBC America
    Orphan Black

    In the series’ antepenultimate episode, Sarah continues to suspect that Mrs. S is up to something, as the sisters are ordered to celebrate Felix’s art opening.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Repeat to Revisit: Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda hosts, with musical guest Twenty One Pilots. (Have we seen the last of “Spicey”?)