What to Watch Today

United States of Al Ends, Jensen Ackles Joins Big Sky, Emmy Rossum Is Angelyne and More

  • Peacock

    Limited series premiere (all five episodes): Shameless’ Emmy Rossum transforms into the real-life L.A. billboard bombshell. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    The G Word With Adam Conover

    Series premiere (all six episodes): The Adam Ruins Everything star offers a humorous look at the complexity (and shortcomings) of the U.S. government.

  • Netflix
    The Hall: Honoring the Greats of Stand-Up

    John Mulaney, Dave Chappelle, Chelsea Handler and Jon Stewart pay tribute to Robin Williams, Richard Pryor, Joan Rivers and George Carlin, respectively.

  • Paramount+

    Season 1 finale: A beaten and betrayed John-117 leads the Spartans on a suicide mission. (Previously renewed.)

  • AMC+, Sundance Now
    The Ipcress File

    Series premiere: Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders) succeeds Michael Caine, who played British spy Harry Palmer in the 1965 film; Lucy Boynton (The Politician) and Tom Hollander (The Night Manager) co-star.

  • BET+
    Kingdom Business

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): From EP Kirk Franklin comes a drama that asks, “What if Empire, but set in the world of gospel music?” Yolanda Adams stars. (Watch trailer.)

  • HBO Max

    Season 3 premiere (first three episodes): Keke Palmer succeeds Megan Thee Stallion as judge of the ballroom competition.

  • HBO Max
    Made for Love

    Season 2 finale (last two episodes): Following a critical father-daughter trip, the quest to take down Other Hazel kicks into high gear. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order

    Season 21 finale: SVU captain Olivia Benson assists when an off-duty NYPD detective is murdered. (Renewed for Season 22!)

  • ABC
    Station 19

    Season 5 finale: Andy tracks down a witness to testify at her trial; Carina and Maya navigate a stressful situation. (Also renewed!)

  • CBS
    Young Sheldon

    Season 5 finale: As Mary and George grapple with unemployment, Sheldon deals with the first signs of puberty. (Watch preview; renewed through Season 7.)

  • CBS
    United States of Al

    Series finale: Riley comes clean to Freddie about his affair with Vanessa; Cindy grows increasingly possessive of Al. (Officially cancelled.)

  • CBS
    How We Roll

    Series finale (two episodes): Tom’s mentor Archie gets stuck in a laundry basket suffers a heart attack ahead of the World Series of Bowling. (Yep, cancelled.)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: SVU

    Season 23 finale: SVU provides help to a longtime domestic violence victim; Rollins surprises Carisi with a formidable opponent at trial. (Previously renewed.)

  • FX

    Season 3 finale: “Yo Tarrare was a real person. Wild. They gotta stop biting these better shows tho.” (Renewed for final season.)

  • ABC
    Big Sky

    Season 2 finale: Incoming series regular Jensen Ackles makes his debut as interim sheriff Beau Arlen. (Reba also joining Season 3!)

  • NBC
    Law & Order: Organized Crime

    Season 2 finale: As Stabler confronts the truth about his dad, Donnelly proves he will stop at nothing to make sure he isn’t caught. (Also renewed!)

    On May 19, 1998, Buffy the Vampire Slayer — in keeping with her name! — “killed” Angel in the Season 2 finale.