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Sunday, June 26: Cameron Crowe’s Roadies

Roadies © 2016 Showtime Credit: Mark Seliger/Katie Yu

All Times Eastern.

Sunday, June 26

Showtime, 10pm
New Series!
Go on tour with the Staton-House Band, and get to know the colorful road crew who work behind the scenes of the stadium-filling rock band. Luke Wilson and Carla Gugino star as the band’s tour manager and production manager, and the series also stars Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor and Richard Colson Baker, a.k.a. rapper Machine Gun Kelly. This cool and nostalgic series comes from the musical mind of writer/director Cameron Crowe (Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire) and is the Oscar winner’s first foray into television.

Sunday Fun & Games Night
ABC, beginning at 8pm
Prepare to play along with three new 10-episode hourlong game shows starting tonight and airing Sundays this summer! Celebrity Family Feud returns, with Steve Harvey as host, followed by an all-new version of The $100,000 Pyramid, hosted by Michael Strahan. Alec Baldwin rounds out the games for the evening with a reboot of an old favorite, Match Game.

2016 BET Awards
BET and Comedy Central, 8pm Live
This annual event recognizes artists, entertainers and athletes across various categories. At this year’s BET upfront presentation, Alicia Keys was announced to be performing at the ceremony.

Shark Week 2016
Discovery Channel, beginning at 8pm
The network’s popular annual programming event returns, a bit earlier this year. In some of the new specials airing this week, highlights will include SharkCam diving deeper than ever before and following giant great whites into the dark ocean to record never-before-seen behaviors. Also, for the first time ever, see sharks facing off with dolphins, seals, crocodiles and even humans, as one science team finds themselves surrounded by a gang of large tiger sharks.

Soccer: Copa America Centenario, Final
FS1, 8pm Live
The champion of soccer’s Copa America Centenario is crowned today at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Dancing on the Edge
PBS, 8pm
New Series!
Follow a drama about a black jazz band’s experiences in London in the 1930s. Composed of talented musicians, the band achieves success and secures record deals. But tragedy strikes, setting off a chain of events that threatens the band’s survival.

Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
Original Film!
Abby Knight (Brooke Shields) — ex-lawyer, crime buff and the owner of Bloomers Flower Shop — is having a week to be reckoned with. While being a reluctant bridesmaid at her bridezilla cousin’s wedding, Abby ends up doing the flowers … and having to find out who murdered a wedding crasher. Also stars Brennan Elliott and Beau Bridges.

Ray Donovan
Showtime, 9pm
Season Premiere!
Last season’s intense battle with the Armenian mafia leads a wounded Ray (Liev Schreiber) to reconnect with his forsaken faith. With this second chance at redemption, Ray is on a path to becoming a much better husband and father. But while things at home are improving, his work introduces him to worlds more formidable and dangerous than ever before. Meanwhile, Mickey (Jon Voight) has fled Los Angeles, hoping to plant roots on his own terms and to begin anew, one scam at a time.

Xtreme Waterparks
Travel Channel, 9pm
Season Premiere!
Season 5 of this half-hour series promises to showcase some of the most insane waterslides and water parks that should satisfy even the craziest adrenaline junkies.

USA Network, 10pm
Season Finale!

Shark After Dark
Discovery Channel, 11pm
New Episodes!
Filmmaker Eli Roth returns as host of this late-night series that runs during Shark Week (through June 30), and features celebrity guests, shark fans and shark experts, as well as a sneak peek at the following day’s Shark Week programming.

Monday, June 27

Tennis: 2016 Wimbledon Championships, Early Rounds
ESPN, 7am Live
The third and most prestigious tournament in tennis’ Grand Slam starts today with early-round action at the All England Club. Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic are defending singles champions. ESPN and ESPN2 combine to televise the tournament through July 10.

Soccer: UEFA Euro, Round of 16
ESPN2, beginning at 11:30am Live
The UEFA Euro 2016 soccer tournament in France plays the final Round of 16 matches today, with the Group E winner vs. the Group D runner-up, followed by the Group B runner-up vs. the Group F runner-up. Quarterfinal matches begin Thursday on ESPN2.

How to Let Go of the World (and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change)
HBO, 9pm
Oscar-nominated director Josh Fox (Gasland) travels to 12 countries on six continents to investigate climate change, whether it’s too late to stop the worst consequences and what is so deeply ingrained in us that no calamity can destroy.

Lifetime, 10pm
TV finally has its first black bachelor — even if he is on Everlasting, the fake reality show within the soapy, sexy Lifetime drama UnReal. But as scandal-plagued football star turned suitor Darius Beck, B.J. Britt is finding out that scoring is tougher than it looks.

Major Crimes: “Foreign Affairs”
TNT, 10pm

After an ISIS attack against a member of the U.S. Armed Services, the FBI asks for Capt. Raydor’s (Mary McDonnell) help in finding a terrorist, joining the Bureau in a race against the clock before the terrorist can strike again.

Tour Group
Bravo, 12:30pm (late night)
Season Finale!
The world trip of a lifetime comes to a dramatic end in Japan. The men take a traditional karate class, but it’s the women who get aggressive during a girls’ night in Tokyo that devolves into a screaming match on the street. Damn you, sake!