What to Watch Today

Last Ship's New Enemy, Pyramid's SNL Face-Off and More

On TV this Sunday: The Last Ship faces a menacing new foe, The $100,000 Pyramid hosts a battle between former Not Ready for Primetime Players and Motive searches for a cop killer. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • ESPN2
    O.J.: Made in America Marathon

    Through 8 pm | The acclaimed five-part docuseries explores Simpson’s rise and fall and what went down after the crime of the century.

  • Sundance
    Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter

    Cuba Gooding Jr. (People v. O.J.), Paul Giamatti (Billions), Forest Whitaker (Roots), Bobby Cannavale (Vinyl), Rami Malek (Mr. Robot) and Wagner Moura (Narcos) discuss their craft. (Obviously this was filmed before Vinyl‘s cancellation.)

  • TNT
    The Last Ship

    Chandler confronts a potential new enemy; Slattery learns more about the virus mutation; President Michener deals with increased pressure. (Which other TNT fave just got an extended episode order?)

  • AMC

    Jesse faces Deblanc and Fiore before learning more about the entity that has managed to overtake his body.

  • Showtime
    Ray Donovan

    Detective Muncie uses evidence against the entire Donovan family as a means to force Ray’s hand.

  • ABC
    $100,000 Pyramid

    It’s Ana Gasteyer vs. fellow SNL vet Rachel Dratch (see a sneak peek), and GMA‘s Robin Roberts vs. Sex and the City‘s Mario Cantone. (Match Game > Pyramid?)

  • USA Network

    Season 4 premiere: Angie and Vega tinker with their work dynamic as they try tracking down a cop killer.

  • TNT
    Murder in the First

    As the search gets underway for the prime suspect in the Normandy Parker case, Terry gets an anonymous tip. Plus, Hildy receives encouraging news.

  • Showtime

    With Phil gone, Bill deals with a plethora of issues in the midst of social media mocking the Staton-House Band. (What’d you think of Episode 1?)

  • TV Land
    The Jim Gaffigan Show

    Jim tries to change public perception after learning more about how the world perceives him as a comedian.