All Times Eastern.
Monday, June 27
TURN: Washington’s Spies: “Trial and Execution”
The march to the gallows begins for captured spies on both sides. Benedict Arnold (Owain Yeoman) demands revenge.
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.
So You Think You Can Dance: “The Next Generation: Academy No. 2”
After rigorous auditions, tough choreography and incredible performances in front of judges Nigel Lythgoe, Paula Abdul, Jason Derulo, the Top 10 are revealed.
Shark Week 2016
Discovery Channel, 8pm
Three new Shark Week specials air tonight: Shallow Water Invasion, which shows how great whites move into shallower waters at night; Jaws of the Deep, chronicling a search for Deep Blue, the largest known great white shark; and Sharks Among Us, a look at technologies aimed at allowing sharks and people to peacefully coexist.
American Ninja Warrior: “Philadelphia Qualifier”
The City of Brotherly Love hosts the last qualifying round, where competitors tackle two new obstacles: wall drop and rolling thunder. Veterans Joe Moravsky, Jamie Rahn, Ryan Stratis, Michelle Warnky and Geoff Britten return.
12 Monkeys: “Resurrection”
With the temporal facility on the verge of destruction, Cole and Jones find themselves in the middle of a coup. After a violent encounter ends in an unexpected tragedy, Cole is sent back to 1957 in a last-ditch effort to save humanity while the rest embark on a caravan across the apocalypse to find Titan — the stronghold of the Witness.
How to Let Go of the World (and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change)
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.
Devious Maids: “Sweeping With the Enemy”
Marisol (Ana Ortiz) deals with a new roommate. Daniela (Sol Rodríguez) and Carmen’s (Roselyn Sanchez) relationship takes a turn when an unexpected visitor arrives. Zoila (Judy Reyes) goes on a blind date, as Genevieve (Susan Lucci) also makes a new friend. Rosie’s (Dania Ramirez) suspicions of foul play grow stronger.
BrainDead: “Goring Oxes: How You Can Survive the War on Government Through Five Easy Steps”
In this new episode, a bizarre and deadly incident takes place on live television, and Agent Onofrio’s (Charlie Semine) investigation into it causes Laurel (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), Gustav (Johnny Ray Gill) and Rochelle (Nikki M. James) to dig deeper into the bug mystery.
Major Crimes: “Foreign Affairs”
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.
Bravo, 12:30pm (late night)
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!
Tuesday, June 28
The hit sci-fi thriller from last summer returns for Season 2 with a two-hour season premiere tonight. In Season 2, the danger escalates as the animal mutation moves to a new phase, and animals begin attacking infrastructure and creating deadly environmental phenomena in an effort to make the planet uninhabitable for humans. James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke, Nonso Anozie and Nora Arnezeder star.
Shark Week 2016
Discovery Channel, 9pm
Two new Shark Week specials air tonight: Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer, which explores why great whites may be traveling to a spot in the Pacific Northwest; and Air Jaws: Night Stalker, the eighth Air Jaws adventure, which again follows famed shark photographer Chris Fallows as he studies great whites.
Dead of Summer
Break out the s’mores, horror-flick fans, this one’s for you. Having twisted up fairy tales on Once Upon a Time, executive producers Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz and Ian B. Goldberg are now sticking it to classic tales of summer-camp terror in the teen drama Dead of Summer. The series, set in 1989, begins as the run-down Camp Stillwater prepares to reopen with a new squad of nubile staffers (including Ugly Betty vet Mark Indelicato and Amber Coney) who each have a skeleton or two in the closet. And while the scares are more supernatural, that doesn’t mean things aren’t about to get messy once the camp’s otherworldly attributes come bubbling to the surface. “It’s not going to be as gory as Saw,” Horowitz says, “but we still reserve the right to kill someone in a gruesome way.”
Top Gear: “Cuba”
In an unprecedented opportunity, Tanner, Adam and Rutledge head to Cuba, where they test and modify three classic American cars, then attempt to make history by competing in a government-sanctioned drag race and become the first Americans to legally race in Cuba in half a century.
Feed the Beast: “Gimme a T”
As Tommy (David Schwimmer) struggles through Rie’s birthday for the first time since her death, Dion (Jim Sturgess) gets some life-changing news.
Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ’N on Tour
Nick Cannon and his Wild ’N Out comics and improvisers are hitting the road to perform live! This comedy docu-series will feature a mix of stage performances and behind-the-scenes antics on and off their tour bus, from visiting landmarks to enjoying local city fare and pranking each other all along the way. The show’s cast will feature Nick Cannon, DeRay Davis, Chico Bean, Karlous Miller, Darren Brand, Rip Micheals, DC Young Fly, Conceited, Hitman Holla, Matt Rife and DJ D-Wrek.
Guy Code vs. Girl Code
Funny girls and guys debate gender-related hot topics including cheating, relationships, listening, one night stands, money, and much more. This season’s cast will feature Nicole Byer, Charlamagne Tha God, Carly Aquilino, Jon Gabrus, Chris Distefano, Nessa, Andrew Schulz, Damien Lemon, Annie Lederman, Awkwafina, Lil Duval, Jamie Lee and Akaash Singh.