What to Watch Today

The Upshaws Premiere, Sam Bee Tackles Gun Control and More

  • Hulu
    The Handmaid's Tale

    June searches for more active rebels, as Janine tries to help her fit in with their new group of survivors. (Fall behind? Read Episode 4 post mortem.)

  • Netflix
    The Upshaws

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): Mike Epps, Wanda Sykes and Kim Fields star in this multi-cam centered on a working class family in Indiana. (Watch trailer.)

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Maggie keeps an eye on third-year med students as they begin their ED rotation; Natalie tries to cover up how she broke the rules to treat her mother.

  • Fox
    The Masked Singer

    It’s down to the final five! Black Swan, Chameleon, Piglet, Russian Dolls and Yeti perform in the quarterfinals. (Robopine unmasked!)

  • MTV
    Siesta Key

    Season 4 premiere: Tensions escalate between Juliette and Kelsey; newly engaged Madisson worries about Ish’s age; Brandon adapts to fatherhood.

  • ABC
    The Conners

    Darlene has an awkward encounter with Barb; Becky gives a presentation on addiction to Mark’s class; Estelle Parsons returns as Bev. (Who’s back for May 19 finale?)

  • MTV
    The Hills: New Beginnings

    Season 2 premiere: The group reunites after a year apart; Brody focuses all of his energy on making amends with Kaitlynn. (Watch trailer.)

  • The CW
    Nancy Drew

    Backdoor pilot alert! A striking billionaire named Tom Swift (played by relative newcomer Tian Richards) arrives at The Claw, looking for Nancy.

  • CBS
    SEAL Team

    Bravo must infiltrate a Boko Haram camp, hack its data network and rescue an American hostage. Sounds easy enough. (Is cancellation a possibility?)

  • ABC
    A Million Little Things

    The group reevaluates its own racial biases and takes to the streets in response to the killing of George Floyd; Rome has a candid talk with his father.

  • TBS
    Full Frontal Wants to Take Your Guns

    Samantha Bee will explore “how appalling and frankly stupid it is that we as Americans are told there’s simply nothing we can do about gun violence.”

    On May 12, 2009, Fringe‘s Season 1 finale ended with the reveal that Olivia and William Bell were standing inside the South Tower of the World Trade Center.