What to Watch Today

SYTYCD Returns, The 100 Go Hunting and More

  • NBC
    World Music Awards

    This annual gala celebrates best-selling record artists. Scheduled performers include Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Jason Derulo, Fall Out Boy and Flo Rida.

  • Fox
    So You Think You Can Dance

    Season 11 premiere: Dancers try to wow the judges during auditions. Also, Justin Bieber introduces some top dance crews. (Guess he must have picked up some of Usher’s moves...?)

  • ABC Family
    Melissa & Joey

    Joe gets a visit from his mother and estranged brother (returning guest stars Faith Prince and Matthew Lawrence); Lennox wants to help Ryder get into college, even though he has other plans.

  • ABC Family
    Baby Daddy

    Emma takes her first steps the moment Ben walks out the door. Bonnie, Tucker, Danny and Riley recall how their lives have changed since Emma’s arrival.

  • History
    The World Wars

    Miniseries finale: World War II breaks out under new world leaders.

  • The CW
    The 100

    During a hunt for food, Finn and Clarke end up in a compromising position, while Bellamy receives an irresistible offer from Raven.

  • DirecTV Audience Network

    Season 2 premiere: Grace is on a special FBI task force investigating a prostitution ring, but her home life gets complicated when her mother Vivian (Homefront‘s Clare Higgins) shows up after a prolonged absence.

  • Spike TV
    One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles

    David Letterman, Jerry Seinfeld, Robert De Niro, Bob Newhart, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey are among the luminaries/hockey pucks on hand to honor the comedy icon.

  • Lifetime
    Flowers in the Attic

    Repeat to Revisit: In case Petals on the Wind has you jonesing for its precursor, here’s a chance to re-watch the origins of the scandalous Dollanganger clan — because what happens in the family, stays in the family.

  • ABC

    A seemingly straightforward case of self-defense during a home invasion turns out to be more complicated than originally thought. Meanwhile, tensions flare when Cross asserts his authority and Angie pushes back.