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Saturday, July 9
Outlander: “Dragonfly in Amber”
Changing the devastating decimation of the Highlander way of life has been both Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) sole mission this season. The 90-minute finale will bring closure to Book 2 of Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling Outlander book series. Starz has already committed to airing additional seasons (or “books,” as the network references each season) with next season being based on the third of the eight books in the series, titled Voyager, followed by the fourth book in the series, Drums of Autumn.
Tennis: Wimbledon Women’s Singles Final
ESPN, 9am Live
The Wimbledon women’s singles final match at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club airs live on ESPN.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Quaker State 400
NBCSN, 7:30pm Live
The 1.5-mile tri-oval at Kentucky Speedway is the site of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 as top drivers Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, Brad Keselowski, Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano, Chase Elliott and others race for points and Chase playoff spots.
Angel From Hell
CBS, beginning at 8pm
CBS continues airing canceled comedy Angel From Hell with back-to-back episodes tonight. In “Practice Guy,” Allison (Maggie Lawson) has dating jitters, and Amy (Jane Lynch) recommends that she have a fling. Then in “Rain Check,” Amy tries to finagle a first kiss between Allison and her new guy.
Discovery Channel, 8pm
This six-part series looks at the wonders of the natural world through the eyes of some of today’s most celebrated musicians. It brings out the universal themes of the artists’ music by using it as a soundtrack for the stories of animals in the wild. The show kicks off tonight with two back-to-back episodes: Usher is featured in “Stronger,” followed by Christina Aguilera in “Don’t Mess With Mama.”
Hell on Wheels: “Any Sum Within Reason”
Dirty business with Durant (Colm Meaney) leaves Mickey (Phil Burke) with blood on his hands. Louise’s (Jennifer Ferrin) life gets complicated when Campbell (Jake Weber) returns to town.
Brothers Sam and Tyler Duda (Theodore Barnes and DeVion Harris) have their lives turned upside down after Sam skips a grade and joins his brother in seventh-grade homeroom.
Princess Diana: Behind Closed Doors
NBC News’ Natalie Morales hosts this look at what was not seen in Diana’s intensely public life as she captivated the world and shook the British monarchy.
Sunday, July 10
Tennis: Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final
ESPN, 9am Live
The remaining two men compete for the Wimbledon singles championship in this match at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club live on ESPN.
Soccer: UEFA Euro 2016 Final
ESPN, 2:30pm Live
The UEFA Euro 2016 soccer tournament crowns a champion today on ESPN as the finalists square off at Stade de France in Saint-Denis outside of Paris.
Intervention: “Intervention In-Depth: Generation Heroin”
This special Intervention episode takes an eye-opening look into America’s growing heroin epidemic and its newest victims — kids in the wealthiest suburbs of St. Louis who are falling victim to opiate addiction.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga are joined by new Housewives Dolores Catania and Siggy Flicker, and RHONJ veteran Jacqueline Laurita returns. Much of the Season 7 drama will deal with Giudice’s release from prison, her return to normal life after incarceration, and husband Joe’s upcoming prison stint.
Bizaardvark: “Draw My Life”
Disney Channel, 8:30pm
Amelia gives Frankie and Paige tips for their next video — the story of how the two met and created their channel. Meanwhile, Bernie tries to help Dirk overcome his biggest fear and perform a dare involving a pond of dangerous snapping turtles.
Preacher: “He Gone”
As Jesse’s (Dominic Cooper) actions alienate and endanger those closest to him, his past — and the root of his guilt — is revealed.
The Hunt: “In the Grip of Seasons — Arctic”
BBC America, 9pm
This episode looks at the challenges of hunting in the Arctic, the most seasonal place on Earth. Viewers will see how a wolf pack hunts hares, how polar bears spring out of holes in the ice to snag snoozing seals, and how foxes wait at the bottom of cliffs for their meals — young auks taking their first flight — to fall out of the sky.
D.B. Cooper: Case Closed? — Part 1
This four-hour documentary series delves into the 45-year-old mystery of how a man dressed in a suit and tie hijacked a flight, received his ransom, and then jumped from the plane, never to be seen again. Interviews with experts and insiders, including the only people ever to come face-to-face with the hijacker, are featured. Part 2 airs tomorrow night.
Princess Diana’s Death: Mystery Solved
This two-hour special presents the results of Detective Colin McLaren’s investigation into the crash that killed Princess Diana.
The Night Of
HBO’s obsession-worthy limited series began as a passion project for the late actor James Gandolfini. John Turturro — by turns steely and heartbreaking — stars as hustling New York City attorney Jack Stone, who stumbles onto what could be the biggest case of his life, defending bewildered college kid Nasir Khan (a haunting Riz Ahmed), who may or may not be guilty of murder. An adaptation of Peter Moffat’s BBC drama of the same name, this version — crafted by Oscar-winning screenwriter Steven Zaillian and The Wire scribe Richard Price — takes Moffat’s twisty crime-and-justice tale and adds potent racial and sociopolitical layers that make the eight-parter unforgettable.
Destination America, starting at 10pm
To get you ready for the theatrical debut of the new Ghostbusters movie this Friday, Destination America is airing a week of ghost-themed programs, kicking off tonight. The fun starts with an all-new episode of Ghosts of Shepherdstown. Each day through July 14 will include nonstop episodes of other spooky DA programs as well.
Naked and Afraid XL
Discovery Channel, 10pm
In the new season, 12 survivalists strip down and attempt to survive for 40 days in the South African bush.