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Nuralyze Me, Please

By Paul Hall
They are mysterious. They are secretive. They blend in with their surroundings. “They” are the Men in Black, and they never leave a trail of evidence that would lead people back to them — at least, not until now, in the new film Men in Black: International.

The introduction of a new film in the Men in Black franchise, launched in 1997, had me hopeful for a return to glory for the once mighty series.

In this new effort, director F. Gary Gray introduces us to the story of Molly (Tessa Thompson), who, as a child, had her first alien encounter and witnessed mysterious men in black erasing her parents’ memories. But the agents didn’t wipe Molly’s brain, and since then, she has spent every waking moment searching to prove that aliens and the Men in Black are real.

For Molly, the quest to find the elusive organization led her to apply to the FBI, the CIA and every governmental agency she knew of before finally finding MIB headquarters. Once there, she convinces Agent O (Emma Thompson), the lone carryover from Men in Black 3, to give her a chance. Training ensues, and after she passes through the program with flying colors, Molly, now known as Agent M, is sent overseas for her first mission.

In London, station chief Agent High T (Liam Neeson) partners M up with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth). The two set off to Paris on their first mission. Together, they find a fun alien accomplice named Pawny (voiced by Kumail Nanjiani), who pledges his service to Agent M, and meet a variety of other agents and crazy aliens as they try to save the world, of course — it is what the Men in Black do best.

Now that I have spent all these words telling you about the film, I need to boil down what I thought of the movie. The first 20 minutes are enjoyable. I found myself smiling and laughing and having a good time. But then came the middle of the film, and the movie transitioned from being fun and funny to slowing to a snail’s crawl. The fun felt sapped from the film.

It ended with a solid 10 minutes, but the meaty midsection of the film featured a clever hammer gag with Hemsworth, and that was about it.

It’s so disappointing for the talent that was a part of this film to be saddled with a slightly less than mediocre experience. I like Hemsworth, both Thompsons, Nanjiani, Neeson and so many others who were a part of this film. Unfortunately, I did not like the film, and that’s sad.

The soundtrack was nothing memorable, nothing that could quite measure up to the franchise. The almost total disconnect from the previous installments, other than the base facts, hurt the film.

I wanted to like Men in Black: International, I really did, but, alas, when the movie ended, I just hoped someone would come and use a neuralyzer on me to erase that last two hours.
Paul’s Grade: C-
Men in Black: International
Rated PG-13
Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Liam Neeson
Director: F. Gary Gray
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Rated R
Stars: Sasha Luss, Luke Evans, Helen Mirren
Director: Luc Besson
Beneath Anna’s striking beauty lies a secret that will unleash her indelible strength and skill to become one of the world’s most feared assassins.
Child’s Play
Rated R
Stars: Aubrey Plaza, Brian Tyree Henry, voice of Mark Hamill
Director: Lars Klevberg
Andy gets a birthday present of a doll from his mom as they move to a new city. But this doll, Chucky, is more than just a plaything, and soon the sinister nature of its existence comes to light.
Toy Story 4
Rated G
Voices of: Tim Allen, Tom Hanks, Annie Potts
Director: Josh Cooley
A new toy named Forky joins the crew on a road trip like no other that shows Buzz, Woody and the gang just how big the world is for a toy.
Wild Rose
Rated R
Stars: Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters, Sophie Okonedo
Director: Tom Harper
Rose-Lynn Harlan has had a troubled past, but she is trying to right the ship and find her way to Nashville to fulfill her dreams of becoming a country singer. 

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Nik Wallenda Takes New York In "Highwire Live in Times Square"

By Kellie Freeze

On Sunday, June 23, the eyes of the nation will be on highwire master Nik Wallenda as he walks on a wire less than an inch wide above New York City’s Times Square in the two-hour ABC live event Highwire Live in Times Square With Nik Wallenda. The walk will take the seventh-generation performer from 1 Times Square, home to Manhattan’s famous New Year’s Eve ball drop, to the other end of the landmark square, approximately 1,300 feet away. But the King of the Highwire won’t be alone in his death-defying attempt: He’ll be joined by his sister Lijana, who suffered a near-fatal fall in 2017.

“I have wanted to do something in New York City for a long time. Something big,” says Nik. “My family’s first performance in the United States was in the old Madison Square Garden back in 1928.” Family is paramount to the Wallendas, and the close-knit performers, who usually eschew safety wires and nets, famously band together in moments of triumph and tragedy.

In February 2017, Nik and Lijana were practicing an eight-person pyramid on a wire over 30 feet in the air when it toppled, plunging Lijana and other family members to the ground. Luckily, no one was killed, and although Lijana was severely injured, she is ready to resume her place in the spotlight — and on the wire. “We are all about inspiration,” explains Nik, “and there will be nothing more inspiring than seeing a woman who’s had a close-to-death experience overcoming it.” A portion of the ABC special will chronicle Lijana’s arduous — and miraculous — recovery.

In addition to the physical and psychological peril of Nik and Lijana’s feat 25 stories above the pavement of New York, there will also be environmental challenges: crosswinds from the Hudson River, throngs of unpredictable crowds, car horns, sirens and the visual assault of millions of lights. Nik reveals that he and his sister are preparing for all of these challenges at the family’s Florida training compound. “Our local sheriff’s department here in Sarasota is going to send out a couple cars,” he shares. “We’re going to have their lights on underneath us, and some sirens, to create distractions. That’s what it’s about. Part of our training growing up was being distracted and staying focused during those distractions. This is bringing that to an entirely new level.”

And while the Wallendas prepare for their walk above midtown Manhattan, Nik is ever the showman and is already promoting his next perilous endeavor. He teases, “After I get off the wire on the far end of Times Square, give my sister a hug and congratulate her, I will be telling you what that is.”

Although he and his sister will be performing high above the city that never sleeps, Nik hopes that on the evening of June 23, people will take a few moments to stop and enjoy the view. “My dream is that the city will stop for the 25 minutes that we’re on the wire and sort of relax and take it all in.”

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Kevin Bacon And Showtime
Explore The Boston Miracle
In "City On A Hill"

By Jeff Pfeiffer
Many major American cities have stories of how they’ve transformed themselves — or at least attempted transformations — from periods of economic downturn, crime and corruption into better approximations of the mythical, idyllic “city on a hill” that these metropolises may aspire to be.

In the case of Boston, a change began in 1996 with the implementation of Operation Ceasefire (informally known as the Boston Miracle). The program was aimed at policing and curtailing group-related gun violence as part of a larger-scale problem. It ultimately helped reduce youth homicide, and variations of the approach have evolved into similar programs across the country over the years.

Showtime’s compelling new 10-episode drama, City on a Hill, (beginning June 16) offers a riveting fictional account of how the Boston Miracle began to transpire. The series takes place in 1992, a time when criminals in the city were emboldened by the corruption and racism that was the norm among law enforcement. (Befitting the time period and location, brace yourself to regularly hear racial epithets casually uttered by some characters.)

Assistant District Attorney Decourcy Ward (Aldis Hodge, Underground), recently arrived from Brooklyn, finds his idealism immediately tested by the city’s circumstances. But when a family of armored car robbers from the Charlestown neighborhood, led by Frankie Ryan (Jonathan Tucker), embark on a crime wave, Ward forms an unlikely alliance with corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran Jackie Rohr (an incredible, Emmy-worthy Kevin Bacon) to take them on. As the case grows, it involves — and ultimately subverts — the entire criminal justice system of Boston.

“From the first time I read the pilot, Jackie’s voice was something that I heard,” Bacon shares. “His manner of speaking, the way that [writer] Chuck MacLean constructs dialogue in this world of ’90s, sort of cops and robbers, had a kind of gritty vibe to me that was reminiscent of the movies that I loved in the ’70s, from [Martin] Scorsese and Sidney Lumet. And I felt like there wasn’t much on television that was really in this pocket … nothing that quite felt like this.

“I don’t really feel like I’ve been Jackie before, not quite in this kind of way,” Bacon added. “[In] The Following, a lot of what that was about was a very internalized kind of character who said very, very little and had a lot of secrets. Jackie can’t shut up. I start talking from the beginning, and I keep talking all the way to the end.

“I look at these scripts, and we highlight them in yellow, and I go, ‘That’s too much yellow. That’s too much yellow for a 60?year?old guy to learn,’ and yet that’s one of the things that I love about it, because it’s this kind of verbosity that he has, which is not something that — at least in recent times — I’ve really been exploring.”

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USA Network, Showtime
and Starz News

By Rick Gables

USA Network
will premiere its new drama series Pearson on Wednesday, July 17 at 10 PM ET/PT. The series centers around the world of recently disbarred NYC powerhouse lawyer Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) as she adjusts to down and dirty Chicago politics. Newly appointed as Chicago Mayor Bobby Novak’s (Morgan Spector) right hand fixer, Jessica is quickly embroiled in a crooked and dangerous new world where every action has far-reaching consequences. With her compulsion to win, Jessica is forced to reconcile her unstoppable drive with her desire to do the right thing – two things very much at odds. Additional cast includes Bethany Joy Lenz, Simon Kassianides, Eli Goree, Isabel Arraiza and Chantel Riley.

Showtime will debut its new series The Loudest Voice on Sunday, June 30 at 10 PM ET/PT. This limited series is based on extensive reporting by Gabriel Sherman in his bestselling book The Loudest Voice in the Room, which included interviews with more than 600 people and Sherman’s reporting for New York Magazine. Even after his passing, no figure looms larger in today’s politically charged media landscape than Roger Ailes, who molded Fox News into a force that irrevocably changed the conversation about the highest levels of government. To understand the events that led to the rise of the modern Republican Party, one must understand Ailes. This series takes on that challenge. The star- studded cast includes Russell Crowe, Academy Award® nominee Naomi Watts, Golden Globe® nominee Sienna Miller, Oscar® nominee and Emmy® winner Seth MacFarlane, Screen Actors Guild Award® nominee Simon McBurney, Annabelle Wallis and Aleksa Palladino. The series aims to shed light on the psychology that drives the political process from the top down.

STARZ original series The Rook will premiere on Sunday, June 30 at 8 PM ET/PT, telling the story of a woman who wakes up in the rain beside London’s Millennium Bridge with no memory of who she is and no way to explain the dead bodies around her. Discovering she is an official in the British secret service, she needs to uncover who wiped her memory and why she is a target. Emma Greenwell, Jon Fletcher and Adrian Lester star.

Photo credit: Courtesy of USA Network

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Chopped Junior Premieres

By Rick Gables

The new season of Chopped Junior premieres Tuesday, June 25 at 9 PM ET/PT on the Food Network. Little chefs with tremendous ambition are taking over the Chopped Kitchen! Each episode showcases the talents of children seeking to make unforgettable meals from mystery ingredients under a ticking clock. They’ll bring their unbridled energy, big personalities and unstoppable originality, but only one can earn the Chopped Junior chef coat and a $10,000 grand prize. Special guests joining the judges’ table this season include Jessica Alba, Anthony Anderson, Nikki Bella, Kardea Brown, Clinton Kelly and Bailee Madison.

Perennial summer favorite Big Brother returns to CBS with a two-night season premiere event Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26 from 8 to 9 PM ET/PT. The series is hosted by Julie Chen Moonves and follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with 94 HD cameras and more than 113 microphones, recording their every move 24 hours a day. Each week, someone will be voted out of the house, with the last remaining Houseguest receiving the grand prize of $500,000.

The King of the Highwire, Nik Wallenda, and his sister, Lijana, seventh-generation members of the Wallenda family circus troupe, will return to the highwire for a never-before-attempted walk of approximately 1,300 feet long and 25 stories above street level, across New York City’s iconic Times Square, when ABC airs Highwire Live in Times Square with Nik Wallenda on Sunday, June 23 from 8 to 10 PM ET. The walk marks Lijana Wallenda’s first highwire walk since the 2017 accident where she, along with four others, tragically fell 30 feet off a tightrope during a rehearsal. “In 1928, my family performed at Madison Square Garden in the City of Dreams for the first time in the USA,” said Nik Wallenda. “And on June 23, I have the great opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream of my own by paying homage to that performance as we return for my most exhilarating feat yet. I am beyond excited to be able to walk with my sister, Lijana, as she overcomes near-death injuries and continues the Wallenda tradition of never giving up!”

Photo credit: Courtesy of Food Network
Photo caption: Chopped Junior

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 Question: I love the show The Village. The writing and acting are beautifully done. Any news on the show? —Debbie C

Matt Roush: Sorry to tell you that NBC just dropped the ax on three of its underperforming midseason shows, including The Village, Abby’s and The Enemy Within. I’d bet that NBC had the highest hopes, and made the toughest call, regarding The Village, which the network no doubt saw as its next This Is Us with its emotional heart- tugging storylines. I found it a poor and obvious substitute, but others rallied to its cause. I’ll admit I was surprised at this cancellation as well. And before you ask, it’s unlikely it will be rescued, as it was an in-house production from Universal TV, and with such a large cast to service, it’s doubtful anyone would pick up that bill.

Question: Will there be a second series of What We Do In The Shadows?
I just loved that show and laughed out loud in spite of watching it by myself! Sure hope so. —Betty

Matt Roush: I was laughing right there with you, and I’m delighted to confirm that FX did renew this inspired and hilarious vampire comedy (that was adapted from the 2014 movie of the same name but with a new cast) for a second season. It’s one of my absolute favorite new shows of this year.

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by Damian Holbrook
Cheers to The Fix
for solving its central mystery. Even though ABC canceled the Marcia Clark– produced crime drama, fans still got a solid, twist-filled finale that saw attorney Maya (Robin Tunney, pictured) finally closing her years-old murder case against celebrity suspect Sevvy (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje ).

Cheers to Emily Deschanel
for adding new ferocity to Animal Kingdom. Make no Bones about it: The actress who spent 12 years playing Fox’s quirky Temperance Brennan is a stone-cold revelation as a hardened ex-junkie with a criminal past on TNT’s deliciously gritty crime drama.

Jeers to Stranger Things
for unleashing something scarier than the Demogorgon. In honor of the Netflix hit’s upcoming 1985-set third season, Coca-Cola is planning to rerelease that year’s short-lived and so-not- lamented New Coke. Strangest thing about this? We’ll probably like it this time around.

Jeers to The Jeopardy! Leaker.
James Holzhauer’s 32-game winning streak ended on June 3rd, but the big shock was spoiled days earlier by some loser who tweeted footage of the champ being out- smarted by librarian Emma Boettcher. No question: The producers should sue!

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Extreme Queens

By Donald Liebenson, ReMIND Magazine
Mae West said it first: “When I’m good, I’m very good; but when I’m bad, I’m better.” The same can be said for the screen’s extreme queens — the bombshells, the B-movie sirens and the direct-to-video dazzlers who turn every movie they’re in up to 11 just by their formidable presence.

How do we love them? Let us count the ways.

They Have The Most Exotic Names
Chances are Joan Lucille Olander wouldn’t exactly put bottoms in the seats. But Mamie Van Doren, her screen name, absolutely did! Likewise Vera Jane Palmer, Emily Bertelsen and Jo Raquel Tejada, who made era-defining names for themselves as Jayne Mansfield, Marie Windsor and Raquel Welch, respectively

The Marilyns 2.0
Some like it hot, and there was no one hotter in Hollywood than Marilyn Monroe. Not surprising, then, that the studios groomed their own Marilyns. Jayne Mansfield was the most successful of these, but there are several others who rose above their bombshell typecasting by adding their own indefinable oomph to their roles (who can forget Anita Ekberg cavorting in Trevi Fountain in Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita?). Other memorable stars in this category include Mamie Van Doren (Untamed Youth), Marie Windsor (Cat-Women of the Moon), Carol Ohmart (William Castle’s House on Haunted Hill), Barbara Nichols (Where the Boys Are) and Diana Dors (Man Bait).

They Made The Coolest Movies
Suffice it to say these versatile and prolific actresses generally did not appear in films with Oscar cred. Horror, biker, rock ’n’ roll and women-in-prison films, sci fi and erotic thrillers are seldom touted as Best Picture candidates. But no matter the genre, they are the life of the party. Seriously, what’s more fun to watch: Academy Award winner Luise Rainer in The Great Ziegfeld or Tura Satana in Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!? Helen Hayes in The Sin of Madelon Claudet or Pam Grier in Foxy Brown? Meryl Streep in Sophie’s Choice or Barbara Steele in Black Sunday?

They Made Drive-Ins Great Again
In the 1970s, Roger “King of the B’s” Corman produced a spate of sexploitation films that were progressively feminist. Yes, they had their quota of nudity and/or sex, but beyond that, he allowed the filmmakers creative rein. Corman and others released women-in-prison films, blaxploitation flicks and student-teacher/nurse potboilers that tackled social and political issues (no, really), and ushered in a new wave of formidable heroines, most notably Pam Grier. Her character in the revenge actioner Coffy was hyped in the film’s coming attraction as “the baddest one-chick hit squad that ever hit town!” That about covers it.

They Were The Home Video Industry’s Secret Weapon
In the early 1990s, video stores could not live on major studio releases alone. They needed product and lots of it. Independent studios cranked out low-budget direct-to-video titles that tended to ride the coattails of whatever was hot theatrically at the time. The scandalous success of Basic Instinct ushered in the golden era of the erotic thriller and made above-the-title stars out of Shannon Tweed, Shannon Whirry, Tanya Roberts, Maria Ford and others. In some they played damsels in distress, in others the femme fatale. But they made the most of the starring roles they were not being offered by Martin Scorsese or other A-list directors.

They Are Artists
The budgets are low. The hours are grueling. Nudity is oft-times required. Why would an actress put herself through the grindhouse grind? Just ask Maria Ford, star of such early career films as Stripped to Kill 2 and Naked Obsession. “You have to love to act,” she told an interviewer. “I’m willing to take my clothes off for 10 percent of a film so I can act in the other 90 percent.”
Photo Credit: Jayne Mansfield: Credit: King Features Syndicate

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Richard Chamberlain

Paging Doctor Dreamy.

By Taylor Neumann, ReMIND ReWind
Before there ever was a “McDreamy” or a “McSteamy,” there was Richard Chamberlain, or Dr. Kildare, perhaps the originator of the romantic doctor trend.
Chamberlain was born in Beverly Hills, Calif., in 1934. He was forced to delay his acting dreams to serve in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and didn’t begin appearing in television series until 1959. In 1960 he appeared as Lt. Dave Winslow in an episode of the NBC Western Riverboat, and it was less than a year later when Chamberlain broke out as the star of the hospital drama Dr. Kildare.
Chamberlain costarred with Raymond Massey (who played Dr. Leonard Gillespie) and became a household name. Week to week, the pair worked at the fictional Blair General Hospital, helping patients with their problems.

With those bright blue eyes and smoldering charm, Chamberlain became an instant heartthrob, and the show received as many as 12,000 fan letters a week. It spawned merchandising tie-ins featuring the likeness of Chamberlain as Dr. Kildare, with toys, games, novels and comics. Critics loved him, too — Chamberlain won a Golden Globe in 1963 for his performance.

But his talent wasn’t limited to just acting. His voice was equally beautiful, with hit songs during the early 1960s including the “Theme From Dr. Kildare (Three Stars Will Shine Tonight),” where he sang romantic lyrics set to the show’s opening theme music. The song reached the No. 10 position on the Billboard Hot 100. He also recorded versions of “All I Have to Do Is Dream,” “Love Me Tender” and “Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo.”

After the show ended in 1966, Chamberlain spent time in England doing repertory theater, joining the BBC production of The Portrait of a Lady and cementing himself as a serious actor. He also starred in 1969’s The Madwoman of Chaillot with Katharine Hepburn.

Chamberlain began a stretch of leading roles in films in the ’70s, including The Music Lovers (1971) and The Three Musketeers (1973). He also starred in a musical adaptation of Cinderella called The Slipper and the Rosein 1976, showing off his vocal skills. But it was his turn in the apocalyptic cult film The Last Wave that is most remembered today.

Later, Chamberlain took on the nickname “King of the Miniseries,” as he appeared in numerous miniseries including Centennial (1978-79), Sh?gun (1980) and, most memorably, The Thorn Birds (1983), in which he starred with Barbara Stanwyck and won another Golden Globe for his performance.

In the ’90s, Chamberlain appeared onstage in the popular revivals of My Fair Lady and The Sound of Music. In 2003 he released his memoir, confirming to the world that he was gay. The press from the revelation led to roles in TV shows such as The Drew Carey Show, Will & Grace and Nip/Tuck, and in another musical — this time the touring production of Spamalot in 2009.

Chamberlain currently lives in L.A. and enjoys poetry and watercolors.

Photo Credit: Richard Chamberlain: Credit: Keystone/Getty Images
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Thursday, June 20
Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Sweden vs. U.S.
FOX, 3pm Live
It’s the final Group Stage match for the U.S. Women’s National Team as they take on Sweden at Stade Océane in Le Havre, France.
Holey Moley
ABC, 8pm
New Series!
NBA star Stephen Curry is among the executive producers of this mini-golf competition series in which self-proclaimed miniature golf lovers from around the country compete head-to-head through an epic obstacle golf course. One winner per episode will take home the $25,000 prize, a trophy and a plaid jacket. Curry will also appear in every episode as the resident golf pro on the course. Rounding out the on-camera talent are color commentator Rob Riggle, play-by-play commentator Joe Tessitore and sideline correspondent Jeannie Mai.
iZombie: “Death of a Car Salesman”
The CW, 8pm
Liv (Rose McIver) and Ravi (Rahul Kohli) each consume the brain of a very dislikable car salesman and inherit his competitive nature.
Disney Channel, 8pm
Season Premiere!
In Season 4 of the kid-centric comedy, former camper Lou Hockhauser (Miranda May) takes over Camp Kikiwaka as director as she and her camp veterans welcome new campers.
MasterChef: “The Blind Chicken Show”
FOX, 8pm
Tonight, FOX’s culinary completion series expands to two nights per week, and in a difficult elimination challenge, one group of home cooks must break down a chicken and create a masterful dish.
The Wall
NBC, 8pm
Season Premiere!
The LeBron James/Chris Hardwick-produced game show, which aspires to change people’s lives via its four-stories-high wall, is back for Season 3, with Hardwick returning as host.
Family Food Fight
ABC, 9pm
New Series!
Hosted by renowned restaurateur and bestselling author Ayesha Curry, this competition features family teams dishing out their best culinary skills. Tapping into each family’s uniquely diverse cultural heritage, the series takes homestyle cooking to a new level as teams square off with their most prized family recipes. They hope their dishes will impress a panel of experts including Curry, along with world-renowned chefs and TV personalities Cat Cora and Graham Elliot. One family will claim the title of America’s No. 1 Food Family and take home $100,000.
Life in Pieces
CBS, 9pm
Two new episodes of Life in Pieces air tonight, beginning with “Letter Promise Adult Seventy,” in which Matt (Thomas Sadoski) and Colleen (Angelique Cabral) treat Jen (Zoe Lister-Jones) and Greg (Colin Hanks) to a fancy thank-you dinner for writing a recommendation letter that Greg and Jen actually never wrote. Then in “Clean Pens Grandma Guys,” Jen is horrified by her cleaning lady’s (guest star Mary Pat Gleason) strange habits.
Spin the Wheel
FOX, 9pm
New Series!
Justin Timberlake is an executive producer on this new game show hosted by actor Dax Shepard. Described as “a suspenseful, high-energy mix of pop culture trivia, strategy and simple whirling luck,” the game offers the possibility of winning incredible sums of cash prizes upwards of $20 million with each spin of a massive, unpredictable wheel. With large amounts of prize money on the line, contestants must make sweat-inducing, gut-wrenching decisions: whether to walk away, or risk it all to spin the wheel one last time.
Reef Break
ABC, 10pm
New Series!
Poppy Montgomery stars as Cat Chambers, a thief turned fixer for the governor of a stunning and seductive Pacific island paradise. Impulsive, reckless and irresistible, Cat has a less-than-perfect past that gives her an instinctive gift for understanding crime and criminals as she becomes enmeshed in fast-paced, high-octane adventures and island intrigue.
Elementary: “Into the Woods”
CBS, 10pm
Tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach (James Frain) hires Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) to investigate a personal threat he suspects originated from within his own company in the new episode “Into the Woods.”
SundanceTV, 12am (late-night)
Season Premiere!
Written by and starring two of Australia’s favorite comedians, Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola, this show follows the story of two friends and unlikely real estate agents, Daniel (McGregor) and Emma (Pacquola). Season 3 finds the best friends and workmates facing big changes in their personal lives and a real estate opportunity that threatens to divide the whole town.
Friday, June 21
Season Premiere!
In Season 2 of the award-winning German mystery series, Jonas finds himself trapped in the future and desperately tries to return to 2020. Meanwhile, his friends Martha, Magnus and Franziska are trying to uncover how Bartosz is involved in the mysterious incidents occurring in their small hometown of Winden. More and more people are drawn into the events orchestrated by an obscure figure who seemingly controls everything that is connected throughout different time zones.
Mr. Iglesias
New Series!
In this multi-cam comedy, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias plays a good-natured public high school teacher who works at his alma mater helping gifted but misfit kids unlock their full potential.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: “Inescapable”
ABC, 8pm
They’ve fought through space, time and alternate realities to find each other, and now, closer than ever, only their own demons can stop FitzSimmons’ reunion.
Andi Mack
Disney Channel, 8pm
New Episodes!
The groundbreaking series returns with back-to-back new episodes leading up to the series finale on July 26.
American Masters: “Robert Shaw – Man of Many Voices”
PBS, 9pm
Trace the journey of one of the greatest choral music conductors in the world. With no formal training, Robert Shaw achieved early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music’s choral masterpieces.
Ghosts of Morgan City
Travel Channel, 9pm
New Series!
In this latest entry into Travel Channel’s lineup of ghostly programming, Police Chief James “Bo” Blair of Morgan City, Louisiana, seeks help from a team of paranormal investigators to help solve the unusual spike in reports of the supernatural that have been frightening the town’s citizens. In the premiere episode, the team looks into an emergency call about a shapeshifting mist in the area.
Starz, 10pm
New Series!
This new drama tells a story of family, loyalty, power and a country on the brink of change, as seen through the lens of a charismatic self-made newspaper magnate. Richard Gere, Billy Howle and Helen McCrory star.
Haunted Towns: “Voodoo on the Bayou”
Travel Channel, 10pm
Season Premiere!
The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head down to Louisiana’s paranormally charged Manchac Swamp. They’re the first team ever to investigate the site of America’s largest slave revolt, and they want to find out what’s stirring up spirits over 200 years later.
Saturday, June 22
Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Round of 16
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 11:30am Live
The Round of 16 or “Knockout Stage” of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France kicks off today on FS1 as the winner of Group B faces a third-place team from Group A, C or D. Later on FOX, the second-place team from Group A takes on the runner-up from Group C.
Major League Baseball
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 4pm Live
Saturday MLB action on FOX Sports begins with the Detroit Tigers at the Cleveland Indians in an AL Central clash on FS1. In the primetime regional game on FOX, viewers will see either the Houston Astros at the N.Y. Yankees, the Colorado Rockies at the L.A. Dodgers or the Atlanta Braves at the Washington Nationals.
BIG3 Basketball
CBS, 8pm Live
The professional 3-on-3 basketball league begins its 11-week season tonight at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. CBS and CBS Sports Network combine to air BIG3 action on Saturdays and Sundays through the championship game Sept. 1.
To Have and to Hold
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!
Erika Christensen stars as a woman who reconnects and falls in love with her now-successful former teenage crush (Antonio Cupo) but learns that being a part of his world means giving up her own dreams. And when she discovers that he is repeatedly unfaithful, she finds herself falling for the boyfriend (Andy Favreau) of her best friend (Carmel Amit).
Iron Chef America: “Zakarian vs. Taymor”
Cooking Channel, 9pm
Coastal Californian chef Ari Taymor rides a wave of success into Kitchen Stadium and immediately goes up against Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Judges Leslie Bargar Suter and Dr. Woo will determine the winner.
The Last Bridesmaid
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Original Film!
Becca (Rachel Boston) is always a bridesmaid, but at her cousin’s wedding she meets and bonds with Kyle (Paul Campbell), the handsome videographer covering every stage of the planning, and the charming best man, Aidan. Perhaps she won’t be the last woman standing for long.
Sunday, June 23
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Toyota/Save Mart 350
FS1, 3pm Live
After 19 seasons, FOX NASCAR analyst Darrell Waltrip will retire following FS1’s coverage of the Toyota/Save Mart 350 today at California’s Sonoma Raceway.
FOX PBC Fight Night
FOX, 7pm Live
After the  undercard bouts, the night’s main event — airing live from Las Vegas —features former super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo versus Jorge Cota.
License to Kill
Oxygen, 7pm
New Series!
This new series investigates the jaw-dropping cases of murderous doctors, nurses and medical professionals. Hosted by renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Terry Dubrow (Botched), the episodes chronicle the harrowing accounts of patients put into jeopardy by medical professionals’ insidious use of their expertise.
Highwire Live in Times Square With Nik Wallenda
ABC, 8pm Live
“King of the Highwire” Nik Wallenda and his sister, Lijana, seventh-generation members of the Wallenda family circus troupe, will return to the highwire for a never-before-attempted live walk approximately 1,300 feet long and 25 stories above street level, across New York City’s iconic Times Square.
2019 BET Awards
BET, 8pm Live
Hip-hop artist Cardi B leads the nominees for this year’s installment of the ceremony that honors stars in entertainment and philanthropy. She has seven nominations, followed by Drake with five. Beyoncé, Travis Scott and J. Cole are tied with four nods each. Filmmaker Tyler Perry will be honored with the Ultimate Icon Award for his cultural impact. Regina Hall (Support the Girls, Black Monday), who is nominated in the Best Actress category, hosts.
Burden of Truth: “Guilty By Association”
The CW, 8pm
Joanna (Kristin Kreuk) and Billy (Peter Mooney) join forces again to help a friend. Meanwhile, Joanna is forced to deal with her father (Alex Carter).
Good Witch: “The Prince”
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Cassie (Catherine Bell) hosts a royal guest at Grey House, but when shocking news emerges, the visiting royal risks hurting someone he’s grown to care for. Plus, Sam (James Denton) gets a visit from an old friend in need of his medical expertise but soon discovers that his cure may lie in Cassie’s intuition.
A Lie to Die For
Oxygen, 8pm
New Series!
Uncover the extreme lengths individuals will go to keep their lies hidden — lies so significantly life-changing that people are willing to kill in order to protect the truth from getting out. In each episode, viewers will follow the twists and turns investigators take as they dissect how each complex lie turned into a horrific tragedy.
Fear the Walking Dead: “Skidmark”
AMC, 9pm
Charlie (Alexa Nisenson) makes a friend, while Strand (Colman Domingo), Wendell (Daryl Mitchell) and Sarah’s (Mo Collins) rescue mission hits a snag. Elsewhere, Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Luciana (Danay Garcia) and Morgan (Lennie James) struggle to fulfill their mission.
The Good Fight
CBS, 9pm
Season 1 of CBS All Access’ The Good Fight continues on CBS with two episodes tonight. In “The Schtup List,” Adrian (Delroy Lindo) and Barbara (Erica Tazel) face a cruel realization about a high-profile client. Then in “Henceforth Known as Property,” Diane (Christine Baranski) and Lucca (Cush Jumbo) represent an ovarian cancer survivor who is looking to regain custody of her previously donated embryos.
Apollo 11
CNN, 9pm
Relive the 1969 moon landing just in time for its 50th anniversary, with restored footage depicting the entire event — from the hardworking team at NASA to the hundreds of people lined up and waiting for launch to the actual landing itself.
Endeavour: “Apollo”
PBS, 9pm
A car accident proves to be murder, leading Endeavour to investigate suspects in the Oxford astrophysics department and a TV puppet studio.
The Michael Jackson Story
REELZ Channel, 9pm
Just a few days before the 10th anniversary of his passing, this special hosted by Natalie Morales explores Michael Jackson’s life.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!: “Showstoppers”
Travel Channel, 9pm
This episode looks at people who produce unbelievable spectacles through daring skill and years of practice. Among them are the Lords of Lightning, three British men who channel electricity through Tesla coils to fling millions of volts at each other in a duel. Domino master Lily Hevish creates a thank-you to her million-plus social media followers with a setup requiring 39,000 dominoes that must all fall perfectly to succeed. And April Choi uses her engineering background in fluid dynamics to master the art of whipping.
NOS4A2: “The House of Sleep”
AMC, 10pm
In the new episode “The House of Sleep,” Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) seeks the Wraith and learns that she must trust her supernatural gift. Meanwhile, a body surfaces in Haverhill.
Yellowstone Live
National Geographic & Nat Geo Wild, 10pm
Season Premiere!
This four-day event showcases the extraordinary wildlife and stunning landscapes of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. This season will feature the “Bison Cam,” showing the perspective of America’s heaviest land animal for the first time, and the “Burrow Cam,” offering a live peek inside the burrow of American prairie dogs. Viewers will also see a beaver family inside their lodge and bald eagles in their nest. Journalists Josh Elliott and Jenna Wolfe and animal expert Chris Packham return as cohosts and report live from various points within the park. 
PBS, 10:30pm
Henry and Winganuske clash when their child falls ill. A rebellious young boy arrives in town, and Meredith takes an instant shine to him. Jocelyn sees an opportunity to forge a relationship with the Pamunkey and does so to spite Yeardley.
Monday, June 24
American Ninja Warrior: “Seattle/Tacoma City Qualifiers”
NBC, 8pm
The competition moves indoors for the first time ever in the Tacoma Dome for the City Qualifying Round. Competitors will face up to six challenging obstacles, including Lunatic Ledges and Barrel Roll, which are new to the course this year. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila host, and Zuri Hall joins the show as sideline reporter.
The Best Thing I Ever Ate: “Genuine Legends”
Cooking Channel, 9pm
From America’s best pancakes to the ultimate doughnuts, find out which dishes make the cut and go down in history as true legends. Legendary chef Wolfgang Puck makes history with the world’s most perfect seafood dish ever, Geoffrey Zakarian tells the tale of the infamous Caesar salad, and more.
Years and Years
HBO, 9pm
New Series!
In the period from 2019 to 2034, an ordinary family in the north of England tries to muddle through as technology advances — and democracy fails — in this satiric drama from Russell T Davies (Doctor Who). Emma Thompson costars.
Farrah Fawcett: Behind Closed Doors
REELZ Channel, 9pm
A day before the 10th anniversary of her passing, this special looks back at the life and career of Farrah Fawcett. Sharing firsthand accounts of life with Fawcett are family members and friends. Journalist Natalie Morales hosts.
NBA Awards
TNT, 9pm Live
The NBA Finals are over, but the Association still has some trophies to hand out. Will any go to the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo, up for both MVP and Defensive Player of the Year?
FX, 10pm
Season Premiere!
The third and final season of Noah Hawley’s mind-bending drama based on the Marvel Comics series finds David (Dan Stevens) at odds with everyone he once considered a friend. David enlists the help of a young mutant, Switch (Lauren Tsai), whose secret ability is key to his plans to repair the damage he caused. Stephanie Corneliussen will play David’s mother, Gabrielle, and Harry Lloyd will play his father, Professor X.
Pawn Stars
History, 10pm
Holy smokes, is that really a Picasso?
The Hills: New Beginnings
MTV, 10pm
New Series!
Based on The Hills, the series that changed the reality TV landscape, this much buzzed-about revival will reunite original cast members and add notable newcomers as they write their newest chapters in relationships, romance and success. Brandon Thomas Lee and Mischa Barton will join original cast members Audrina Patridge, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado, Heidi Pratt, Jason Wahler, Justin “Bobby” Brescia, Spencer Pratt, Stephanie Pratt and Whitney Port.
Grand Hotel: “Smokeshow”
ABC, 10pm
Gigi (Roselyn Sánchez) attempts to step in to save the hotel after El Rey’s (Jencarlos Canelo) performance gets out of control. Meanwhile, Danny’s (Lincoln Younes) cover is blown by one of the hotel staffers, and Ingrid’s (Anne Winters) deception forces Javi (Bryan Craig) to step up and take responsibility for his actions.
POV: “The Gospel of Eureka”
PBS, 10pm
The spotlight is beaming on drag shows and passion plays in an Arkansas town. With verve, humor and unfailing compassion, The Gospel of Eureka builds unexpected bridges between religious faith and sexual orientation.
Tuesday, June 25
Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Round of 16
FS1, beginning at 12pm Live
The FIFA Women’s World Cup in France concludes the Round of 16 today with the first-place team from Group C taking on a third-place team from Groups A, B or F in Montpellier, followed by the first-place team from Group E going up against the Group D runners-up in Rennes.
Big Brother
CBS, 8pm
Season Premiere!
CBS’s long-running reality competition Big Brother has always brought the strangers-forced-to-live-together drama, but let’s not overlook the fun part: the challenges. When Season 21 kicks off with a two-night premiere, 16 houseguests begin their three-month crusade for a $500,000 prize (and the notice of host Julie Chen Moonves). But first — in a season that embraces the great outdoors — they have to get through a silly summer camp.
Secrets of the Dead: “World War Speed”
PBS, 8pm
Follow historian James Holland on his quest to understand how the use of amphetamines affected the course of World War II and unleashed the first pharmacological arms race.
The 100: “The Old Man and the Anomaly”
The CW, 9pm
Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and Diyoza (guest star Ivana Milicevic) make their way to the mysterious anomaly in search of the Old Man. Meanwhile, Murphy (Richard Harmon) has an offer for Emori (guest star Luisa d’Oliveira).
Chopped Junior
Food Network, 9pm
Season Premiere!
Jessica Alba joins chefs Scott Conant and Amanda Freitag for the new season’s first competition as four wannabe-cooks-with-curfews face an unappealing appetizer ingredient: beef tongue.
Tiananmen: The People Versus the Party
PBS, 9pm
Uncover the true story of the seven-week period that changed China forever. On June 4, 1989, a pro-democracy demonstration ended in violence, leaving thousands dead and laying the foundation for China’s future.
Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: “Ronald”
A&E, 10pm
In 1999, 17-year-old Ronald and two other teens sought to retaliate against Cordell for an alleged sexual assault, ultimately burning him alive in the woods. Ronald, with the aid of his 16-year-old girlfriend Kristel, brutally tortured and murdered Cordell, and both were sentenced to life without parole. Ronald is now 36 years old and has been granted a resentencing hearing.
Blood & Treasure: “Escape From Casablanca”
CBS, 10pm
In the new episode “Escape From Casablanca,” Danny (Matt Barr) and Lexi (Sofia Pernas) must improvise in order to stay alive and out of jail when they’re stuck in Casablanca with both law enforcement and their enemies hot on their trail.
Major League Baseball: Colorado at San Francisco
ESPN, 10pm Live
The Colorado Rockies are at Oracle Park in San Francisco for the second game of a three-game NL West division series against the Giants.
Songland: “Meghan Trainor”
NBC, 10pm
Grammy-winning artist Meghan Trainor visits to hear unknown songwriters pitch their original material to be her next hit song. Three of the most successful and sought-after writer-producers in music, Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally, mentor the songwriters to creatively adapt their songs to perfectly fit Trainor’s style. One song is chosen to be recorded by Trainor and released for a global audience.
Texicanas: “Chapter 8 – Independence Day”
Bravo, 10:30pm
Season Finale!
Anayancy’s charity event continues and Penny is now in the hot seat. Unhappy with the state of the ladies’ friendships, the men plan a 4th of July party to try to repair their relationships. Still upset with Penny, Karla gives her the cold shoulder when they join Luz and Janet at the San Antonio Gay Pride Parade.
Wednesday, June 26
The Handmaid’s Tale
June (Elisabeth Moss) and the Waterfords (Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski) travel to Washington, D.C., now Gilead’s capital, where they encounter the influential Commander Winslow (Christopher Meloni), his wife (Elizabeth Reaser) and a whole bunch of creepy silent handmaids.
The Young and the Restless
CBS, 12:30pm
Casting coup! Now that rich boy Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and chef Lola Rosales (Sasha Calle) are engaged on The Young and the Restless, it only makes sense for the bride’s mother to visit Genoa City to meet (and evaluate!) her future son-in-law. And for the part of hardworking, controlling Rosales matriarch Celeste, the soap nabbed Daytime Emmy nominee Eva LaRue, who spent a total of eight years as Dr. Maria Santos Grey on All My Children and seven seasons on CSI: Miami.
MasterChef: “Hot & Spicy”
FOX, 8pm
The 17 remaining home cooks compete in a high-pressure mystery box challenge inspired by the special guest, Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio. But when the judges introduce a twist halfway through the challenge, the contestants will need to use all of their skills for a shot at immunity and an automatic spot in the top 15.
True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality
HBO, 8pm
This intimate portrait of Alabama public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson, founder and director of the Equal Justice Initiative, celebrates his longtime commitment to advocating on behalf of the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned, as well as his attempts to eradicate racial discrimination in the criminal justice system. The documentary also follows his struggle to create greater fairness in the system and shows how racial injustice emerged, evolved and continues to threaten the country.
Rivers of Life: “The Amazon”
PBS, 8pm
Marvel at boiling streams, crystal clear lagoons, pink river dolphins and a strange new reef, which are just some of the many secret and extreme worlds of the Amazon, one of the greatest river systems on Earth.
The Amazing Race
CBS, 9pm
Season Finale!
From the Swinging City to the Motor City: In the two-hour season ender, the final four white-knuckle through a London helicopter ride, rappel nearly 500 feet in Detroit, then hotfoot it to the finish line!
Jane the Virgin: “Chapter Ninety-Five”
The CW, 9pm
When Lina (guest star Diane Guerrero) comes to town, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is excited to see her until Lina asks her for a favor. Rafael (Justin Baldoni) begins to work with Petra (Yael Grobglas) again but old tensions create new problems between them. Rogelio (Jaime Camil) creates a plan to pressure the network to pick up his pilot.
Are You the One?
MTV, 9pm
Season Premiere!
Sixteen singles head off to Hawaii in hopes of finding their “perfect match” and splitting a $1 million cash prize. For the first time ever, all the singles identify as sexually fluid, meaning there are no gender limitations in perfect matches, and finding love is fair game.
2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Night #1
MSNBC, NBC & Telemundo, 9pm Live
Top candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president engage in their first primary debate live from Miami tonight and tomorrow night. Participating candidates were chosen based on a specific threshold set by the Democratic National Committee. The Telemundo simulcast will feature real-time Spanish-language translations.
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations: “Sicily”
Cooking Channel, 10pm
Andrew Zimmern unveils Sicily’s edible icons. Known for artisanal comfort food such as crunchy fried rice balls, thick crust pizza, irresistibly creamy cannoli and a pasta that will make you sing, Sicilian cuisine is a timeless treasure made with classic Italian passion.
Archer: 1999: “Mr. Deadly Goes to Town”
FXX, 10pm
Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) and his hapless animated crew continue their adventures in deep space, tonight picking up an intergalactic hitchhiker called Mr. Deadly (guest Matt Berry of What We Do in the Shadows).
Lone Star Justice: “This One’s Yours”
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
Jeff Joplin, a well-liked and popular resident of Tyler, Texas, fails to show up for a scheduled family dinner. When his father goes to check on him, he is horrified to discover Jeff’s lifeless body — beaten, strangled and stabbed to death on the floor of his home. Although it initially looks like a robbery, it is a witness’ recollection that unravels a morbid conspiracy of love, greed and murder.
Krypton: “Will to Power”
Syfy, 10pm
The rebels gain advantage against Gen. Zod (Colin Salmon) as Seg (Cameron Cuffe) goes head-to-head with Brainiac (Blake Ritson).
Best Room Wins: “Bohemian Wrapsody”
Bravo, 10:30pm
Designers Sunshine and Barrie face off to completely reimagine the living and dining rooms and transform them into Bohemian style wonderlands. With just four days to complete the job, the designers face unexpected mold, strong homeowner opinions, and a very tight budget. Sunshine and Barrie have to dig deep to pull off the impossible and wow the judges.
Thursday, June 27
Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Quarterfinals
FOX, 3pm Live
The FIFA Women’s World Cup in France enters the quarterfinal round today with a match on FOX at Stade Océane in Le Havre, France.
Golf: U.S. Senior Open: First Round
FS1, 3pm Live
The U.S. Senior Open takes place June 27-30 at Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. FS1 and FOX combine to televise the tournament through Sunday.
MasterChef: “Gordon Takes on a Tarte”
FOX, 8pm
The elimination challenge asks the home cooks to replicate the tricky dish tarte Tatin — a French dessert accompanied by a silky crème anglaise sauce — in 60 minutes or risk being sent home.
The This Old House Hour
PBS, 8pm
Season Finale!
The granddaddy renovation series reveals the “after” for a lackluster midcentury box in Brookline, Mass. — and the modern marvel is a site to see. Plus: More inspection nightmares!
CFL Football: Edmonton at Winnipeg
ESPN2, 8:30pm Live
The Edmonton Eskimos are at the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for a Week 3 CFL clash at IG Field on ESPN2.
Life in Pieces
CBS, 9pm
Series Finale!
Life in Pieces ends its run on CBS with the final two episodes airing tonight. In “Cabana Hero Action Son,” the Short family takes a luxurious trip to the Bahamas. Then in “Reverse Burden District Germany,” each of the Short family members enters a new chapter in their lives.
2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Night #2
MSNBC, NBC & Telemundo, 9pm Live
Top candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president conclude their first primary debate live from Miami tonight.
SundanceTV, 12am (late-night)
It’s not too late to join the cult of fans for this charming Australian comedy about Daniel (Luke McGregor) and Emma (Celia Pacquola), best friends living in rural Tasmania. Two Season 3 episodes air tonight; Seasons 1 and 2 are on Sundance Now.
Friday, June 28
CFL Football: Montreal at Hamilton
ESPN2, 7:30pm Live
ESPN2 airs this Week 3 CFL matchup between the Montreal Alouettes and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Hamilton’s Tim Hortons Field.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: “Toldja”
ABC, 8pm
After finding themselves in yet another gambling dilemma, a mysterious stranger offers Enoch and FitzSimmons a ride home where, it turns out, two shrikes aren’t better than one.
CBS, 8pm
Tonight, two high-profile subjects: a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civilian who questioned a $7 billion contract awarded to Halliburton for work in Iraq, and a pharmaceutical rep who was fired and blackballed after refusing to sell an opioid-laced lollipop for minor ailments.
All in the Family: “Archie and the Editorial”
getTV, 8:30pm
This episode is ranked by getTV as one of the 10 most unforgettable. Just a few weeks before the 1972 presidential election, All in the Family began its third season with a pointed episode about gun control. It begins with Mike and Archie debating the merits of the Second Amendment, which conservative Archie defends (and liberal Mike of course, opposes). It ends with Archie delivering a now-famous television editorial in support of gun rights — and getting robbed soon after in Kelcy’s Bar. Sorrell Booke (Boss Hogg on The Dukes of Hazzard) guest-stars.
The Big Stage: “Fanciful Felines, Elegant Strength, and Tightrope Trampoline”
The CW, 9pm
Acts tonight include the Savitsky Cats, Omri & Paulina, Cubcakes, Elliott Yamin, Jackie Fabulous and Ben Schneider.
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series: Camping World 225
FS1, 9pm Live
The Gander Outdoors Truck Series heads to Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., for the Camping World 225 night race on FS1.
CMT Crossroads: Brooks & Dunn and Friends
CMT, 10pm
This outdoor concert (taped in Nashville June 4) reunites the legendary country duo with some of the artists who guest on their No. 1 album of greatest-hits duets, Reboot. “Brand New Man” with Luke Combs is a toe-tapper, but we bet “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” with Midland steals the show.
Saturday, June 29
My Little Pony: Rainbow Roadtrip
Discovery Family Channel, 11:30am

The Mane Six hop a balloon for Hope Hollow, where Rainbow Dash has been invited to be the guest of honor at the town’s Rainbow Festival. But when they crash-land in town, the friends discover that the entire town and the ponies in it have been drained of color. While Twilight Sparkle tries to uncover the mystery of the faded colors, her friends help the townsponies plan a new rainbow festival and restore hope to the hollow.
Major League Baseball
FOX & FS1, beginning at 1pm Live
A full Saturday of MLB action begins on FOX with the N.Y. Yankees and Boston Red Sox playing in London for the first regular season game held in Europe. Then on FS1, the Washington Nationals are at the Detroit Tigers in an interleague matchup. In the primetime regional game on FOX, viewers will see either the L.A. Dodgers at the Colorado Rockies, the Pittsburgh Pirates at the Milwaukee Brewers or the Seattle Mariners at the Houston Astros.
NBC, 2pm
Season Finale!
In the Season 2 finale of Golf Channel’s Driven docuseries, get a behind-the-scenes look at how elite programs Oklahoma State, Auburn and Alabama fared at the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships.
NASCAR Xfinity Series: Camping World 300
NBCSN, 3:30pm Live
Tyler Reddick, Christopher Bell, Cole Custer, Austin Cindric and other top stars of the NASCAR Xfinity Series compete at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., for the Camping World 300.
Family Pictures
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!
Justina Machado and Elisabeth Röhm star as two strangers living on opposite sides of the country, busy with motherhood and professional and social lives. But when their daughters meet on a college campus and become friends, they discover a shocking secret that upends their lives. Both women are unwilling to fall victim to their circumstances and team up to fight for their families. Matt Passmore also stars.
The Bobby DeBarge Story
TV One, 8pm
Original Film!
Roshon Fegan takes on the title role in this biopic about the eldest sibling of famed ’80s pop group DeBarge. The film chronicles Bobby’s struggles with fame and fortune, exploring his rise to stardom, dysfunctional childhood, romantic relationships, struggles with substance abuse, incarceration and failing health. Tyra Ferrell, Blue Kimble and Adrian Marcel also star, with rapper Big Boi portraying legendary music mogul Berry Gordy.
The Son
AMC, 9pm
Series Finale!
Tonight, the Western series starring Pierce Brosnan ends with the final episode, titled “Legend.”
Iron Chef America: “Izard vs. Battes”
Cooking Channel, 9pm
Chef Erik Battes applies modern takes to an ancient ingredient in a battle against Iron Chef Stephanie Izard. Michael Voltaggio and Ching-He Huang will determine the winner of this fierce competition.
Sister of the Bride
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Original Film!
Last call for June you-know-whats! Becca Tobin and Ryan Rottman star in a romance about an impatient-to-wed couple.
Ramy Youssef: Feelings
HBO, 10pm
On the heels of his groundbreaking Hulu series comes Ramy Youssef’s first ever HBO standup special. The Egyptian-American comedian shares anecdotes about his love of LeBron James, the best day of the week to pray and more.
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