What to Watch Today

David Letterman's Netflix Talker, Revamped Taken Returns, Electric Dreams and More

  • Amazon
    Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams

    Stateside premiere (all 10 episodes): This sci-fi anthology features an all-star ensemble including exec producer Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Anna Paquin (True Blood), Terrence Howard (Empire) and many more. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    Somebody Feed Phil

    Series premiere (all six episodes): In this follow-up to his PBS docuseries I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal travels the world exploring exotic cuisines.

  • Netflix

    Season 1B premiere (all 10 episodes): The Kathy Bates stoner comedy returns for the back-half of its freshman run. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Netflix
    My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman

    Series premiere (episodes releasing monthly): David Letterman’s new talk show kicks off with former President Barack Obama. (Read recap.)

  • NBC

    The team is forced to put aside their differences and work together to find missing nuclear warheads. (EP on Weller’s “shocking” Berlin secret.)

  • The CW
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

    Rebecca discovers the pros and cons of selflessness; an unexpected bromance is born; this episode features the series’ 100th (!) original song.

  • CBS

    Mac runs into a former fling (High School Musical‘s Ashley Tisdale) while participating in a challenge for government operatives to create robotic combat machines.

  • NBC

    Season 2 premiere: Christina works to bring home Bryan, who is holed up in a secret Mexican prison; Jessica Camacho (The Flash) and Adam Goldberg (Fargo) join the cast. (View photos.)

  • ABC
    Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

    The team is targeted by an undefeated Kree warrior who is determined to kill them all. (Read previewis there a future for the series beyond Season 5?)

  • PBS
    Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song

    90 minutes: Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Vanessa Williams, Michael Feinstein, Wynton Marsalis,  Chris Botti, Savion Glover, Wé McDonald and Brian Stokes Mitchell pay tribute to the legendary jazz vocalist; Bruce Willis hosts.