All Times Eastern.
Saturday, June 9
Horse Racing: Belmont Stakes
NBC, 4pm Live
Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Justify has a chance for a Triple Crown, so expect all eyes to be on the 150th Belmont Stakes in Elmont, N.Y., on NBC.
Big Hero 6 The Series
Disney Channel, 9am
Disney’s newest animated series launches with back-to-back episodes both today and tomorrow, and a new episode every Saturday through September. The series is based on the Academy Award-winning film Big Hero 6, and continues the adventures of 14-year-old tech genius Hiro, his compassionate robot Baymax, and their friends Wasabi, Honey Lemon, Go Go and Fred as they embark on high-tech adventures and protect the city of San Fransokyo from scientifically enhanced villains.
French Open Tennis: Women’s Finals
NBC, 9am Live
Sloane Stephens takes on Simona Halep as French Open women’s singles champion is crowned today at Roland Garros in Paris.
“The White Shadow” Marathon
The 6-foot-6-inch star Ken Howard made acting look easy when he took on the role of ex-Chicago Bulls player Ken Reeves in CBS’ groundbreaking drama The White Shadow. The drama ran from 1978 to 1981 and followed a former NBA star with a career-ending injury who takes a job as an inner-city high-school basketball coach. The series, which Howard pitched to the networks, was based on his own life growing up in Long Island as the only white starter on his high-school basketball team. Decades, the digital over-the-air network, airs a marathon of episodes all weekend.
The Crossing: “The Androcles Option”/ “These Are the Names”
ABC’s freshman drama comes to an end with tonight’s two-hour, two-episode series finale. In “The Androcles Option,” Jude (Steve Zahn) and Nestor (Rick Gomez) form a plan to break the refugees out of the camp, but it’s complicated when Sophie (Georgina Haig) arrives with information on Reece’s (Natalie Martinez) whereabouts. Not content to wait, Marshall (Tommy Bastow) takes matters into his own hands. Then, in “These Are the Names,” the lives of the refugees hang in the balance as Jude and Nestor team up with an unlikely ally. Meanwhile, Lindauer (Jay Karnes) moves forward with a ruthless effort to tie up loose ends.
Eric (Luke Roberts) is faced with a nearly impossible task in the new episode “Hardline,” in which he must negotiate the release of the daughter of the prime minister of the Netherlands — a woman who takes a public hardline on never paying kidnappers’ ransoms.
Bryan (Clive Standen) must protect his cousin when he’s targeted by a powerful crime syndicate. Meanwhile, Kilroy (Adam Goldberg) becomes a victim of blackmail.
Animal Planet, 9pm
The Dodo, the website featuring videos of people coming to the aid of adorable critters, expands its mission with its first TV series. “We want people to think, ‘What can I do in my life to help an animal?’” says executive producer Keith Hoffman. Each episode follows a devoted individual—discovered via the web or news stories—helping furry friends.
Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s
Miss Robbie and the rest of the Montgomery family serve up one last helping of soul food as the beloved docuseries wraps up on its 100th episode.
The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
The follow-up to last year’s The Perfect Bride reunites When Calls the Heart costars Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith as newly engaged couple Molly and Nick. The pair are looking forward to their big day, but after their overbooked wedding venue reserves the wrong date, they have just six weeks to replan the wedding of their dreams. Things get even more complicated when Steven, who once left Molly at the altar, comes back into her life with a business offer that may be too good to turn down.
GOTTI: Godfather & Son
A&E’s four-hour, two-night Biography event GOTTI: Godfather & Son follows the ascension of
Gambino crime family boss John Gotti Sr. It also follows how his son, John Gotti Jr., eventually severed ties with the family business. During their final meeting, Gotti Jr. informed his terminally ill father of his intentions to quit, and the documentary features exclusive video and audio of that encounter, revealing the complex relationship between a father and son who were both raised among gangsters.
Sunday, June 10
French Open Tennis: Men’s Finals
NBC, 9am Live
The men’s singles finalists compete for the 2018 French Open championship today at Roland Garros in Paris.
Formula One: Canadian Grand Prix
ABC, 1:30pm Live
The Formula One series comes to North America as rivals Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel look to continue their dominance on the 14-turn road course at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve.
One Strange Rock: “Storm”
FOX presents an encore broadcast of the Nat Geo documentary series, hosted by actor Will Smith. In this episode, astronaut Nicole Stott discusses how Earth was sculpted by cosmic violence.
Legends & Lies: The Civil War: “The Civil War: Brother vs. Brother”
FOX News Channel, 8pm
On the season finale of FOX News Channel’s Legends & Lies: The Civil War, “The Civil War: Brother vs. Brother,” host Brian Kilmeade will examine the defeated South as they begin to craft the “Lost Cause”, a justification for the war that hides the true motivations of the Confederacy. The episode will deconstruct the myth and shed light on the truth behind secession, the war and the cause slavery.
Celebrity Family Feud
The return of ABC’s popular “Sunday Fun & Games” night begins with the Season 4 premiere of Celebrity Family Feud, hosted by Steve Harvey. Celebrity family teams who will be playing for charity this season include Team Kardashian vs. Team West (tonight); Steph Curry vs. Chris Paul; Ice-T and Coco vs. Vivica A. Fox; Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott vs. Amber Riley; Team Grey’s Anatomy vs. Team Station 19; Team NBA on TNT vs. Team MLB All-Stars; and Laurie Hernandez vs. Shawn Johnson.
The 72nd Annual Tony Awards
CBS, 8pm Live
In a year that only included 30 productions for consideration, the musicals Mean Girls and SpongeBob SquarePants led the nominations with 12 each, with The Band’s Visit (11) and Frozen (3) rounding out the Best Musical category. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was a standout this year with massive audience appeal, leading to 10 nominations including Best Play. Broadway revivals of Angels in America and Carousel earned 11 nominations each, closely followed by My Fair Lady with 10 nominations. Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles will cohost the live event from Radio City Music Hall.
The $100,000 Pyramid
Hosted by Good Morning America co-anchor Michael Strahan, The $100,000 Pyramid features two celebrities and their partners facing off in a race against the clock to make it to the winners’ circle and take home $100,000.
Fear the Walking Dead: “No One’s Gone”
Madison (Kim Dickens) fights to preserve the life she worked so hard to build. Morgan (Lennie James) tries to do the right thing.
Your Husband Is Cheating on Us: “Walk It Out”
After a brief hiatus, the series returns with new drama. In the aftermath of D’atra’s firestorms, everyone tries to make it through the next four weeks, but a tense rehearsal triggers JD’s daughter Taylour to reignite old issues.
Food Network Star
Food Network, 9pm
Hosts Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay are joined by a new crop of contestants and an all-star lineup of guest judges — including Anne Burrell, Ree Drummond, Tyler Florence, Alex Guarnaschelli and Robert Irvine — to help crown the newest member of the Food Network family. The season kicks off with a summer splash at Universal Orlando Resort and takes the finalists on a journey through food halls in Los Angeles and into the Aquarium of the Pacific.
Hailey Dean Mysteries: A Marriage Made for Murder
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
When an art dealer is poisoned, Hailey Dean (Kellie Martin) works with her friends in the police department to investigate. When the investigation unexpectedly overlaps with Hailey’s psychology career, she must find a way to seek justice without compromising her obligation to a patient’s privacy.
An explosive Season 3 wraps up tonight.
Desna (Niecy Nash) and her loyal team of manicurists/professional money launderers return alongside Uncle Daddy (Dean Norris) and his “inbred monkey boys” to take on the Russians and the mysterious Dr. Ruval (Jimmy Jean-Louis). With a little mentoring, Desna’s positioning herself to be boss.
Real Money: “Peace Out”
AXS TV, 9:30pm
Feeling weighed down by her life as both a wife and “mom-ager,” Laurie takes a well-deserved personal day hours before a big show in Santa Clarita and heads out on a hike with her friend. When the pair gets lost, Eddie is left scrambling to get everything ready for the gig. At a stressful sound check, Dez is in a panic when Jesse forgets the lyrics to his new song. Eddie takes the stage with his talented offspring to deliver a killer set in front of a packed house … stealing some of the venue’s toilet paper in the process.
To Tell the Truth
The modern reimagination of the 1950s favorite returns for a new season, hosted by black-ish star Anthony Anderson. Anderson’s mother, Mama Doris, serves as comic commentator.
Santana Live at the 1982 US Festival
AXS TV, 10pm
This official release of Carlos Santana’s legendary performance at the 1982 US Festival includes never-before-seen footage. Watch the guitar virtuoso in front of 250,000 people as he performs hits like “Black Magic Woman,” “Oye Como Va,” “Hold On,” “She’s Not There” and more.
Breaking the Band
REELZ Channel, 10pm
Each hourlong episode of this series explores the battling egos, power struggles and inter-band rivalries that split up iconic musical groups like the Beatles (featured in tonight’s premiere), the Supremes, Fleetwood Mac, the Eagles, the Beach Boys, N.W.A, Van Halen, and Sonny and Cher. From crippling drug addictions to scandalous affairs, Breaking the Band uncovers the incredible true stories by re-creating the key moments the cameras missed, in addition to using rare band interviews and offstage footage to piece together each dramatic tale.
Monday, June 11
The hapless heroes of the stop-motion League of Freedom face carnivorous water sprites and other curious foes on their quest to rescue ex-teammate Zenith (voiced by Yvette Nicole Brown) from her evil uncle (Taran Killam).
Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings
This series, hosted by real-life couple Stephen “tWitch” Boss (Ellen) and Allison Holker (Dancing With the Stars), showcases epic surprise engagements, romantic fairy tale weddings, enchanting love stories and spectacular settings from Disney destinations around the globe.
American Ninja Warrior: “All-Stars Special”
Hosts Matt Iseman, Akbar Gbajabiamila and Kristine Leahy have picked the most impressive athletes from the show to compete head-to-head on the National Finals course. Competitors including Allyssa Beird, Jessie Graff, Jesse Labreck, Cowboy Ninja Lance Pekus and Flip Rodriguez will compete for bragging rights and the championship trophy. The competition features five “supersized” obstacles including the Super Salmon Ladder and the heart-stopping and high-flying Wicked Wingnuts.
Drinks, Crime and Prohibition
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
The U.S. still has a hangover from Prohibition. In this two-parter, historians, museum curators and mixologists explain how the 1920 alcohol ban led to everything from organized crime to prison overcrowding.
Biography Presents: David Cassidy: The Last Session
This two-hour special explores the life of David Cassidy — who found stardom as The Partridge Family’s teen heartthrob but struggled with celebrity — during his final days.
Dietland: “Y Not”
Plum (Joy Nash) goes through withdrawal as she works on her new writing assignment. Jennifer rampages, leaving the country a fearful, bloody mess.
Elementary: “Sober Companions”
In the new episode “Sober Companions,” Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) find themselves on the hunt for a serial killer after a murder rocks their inner circle.
X Company: “Nil Nocere”
The team goes in search of a doctor who is rumored to be helping Jews escape France, while Aurora (Evelyne Brochu) gets closer to Franz Faber’s wife, Sabine (Livia Matthes).
Evidence of Innocence: “Mark Schand”
TV One, 10pm
A shootout in Springfield, Mass., leaves an innocent bystander dead. Witnesses ID the shooter as Mark Schand, a one-time street hustler who’s gone straight. But that night Schand is in Hartford, Conn., with his pregnant wife. Investigators ignore his alibi and charge him with murder. At trial, multiple witnesses point him out as the killer, and Schand is sent to prison for the rest of his life. Buoyed by his wife’s undying love, can Schand and an all-star legal team find the real killers and prove that authorities colluded to put an innocent man behind bars?
Tuesday, June 12
Guest Star Alert!
Michael Bolton stops by the show to cheer on teams of two — including a grandmother and grandson, a brother and sister, and two best friends — as they race against the clock to identify hit songs. Jamie Foxx hosts the competition series and his daughter, Corinne, serves as Beat Shazam’s in-house DJ.
The Bold Type
Freeform’s millennial-focused drama, based on the life of powerhouse magazine editor Joanna Coles, returns for a second season that follows the lives of three close friends living in New York City as they navigate their careers, sexuality and identities, and find their own voices in a sea of intimidating leaders. Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy, Sam Page, Matt Ward and Melora Hardin star.
America’s Got Talent: “Auditions 3”
The auditions continue with creator and executive producer Simon Cowell at the judges table alongside Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and host Tyra Banks. Variety acts of all types and contestants of all ages audition for the chance to win the $1 million prize. The Golden Buzzer is back and allows four lucky acts the chance to go directly to the live shows.
Civilizations: “Paradise on Earth”
Explore one of humanity’s deepest artistic urges: the depiction of nature. But landscape painting is seldom a straightforward portrayal of observed nature; it’s a projection of dreams, idylls and escapes — the elusive paradise on earth.
Face Off: Battle Royale: “Moonlight Monsters”
In the first elimination challenge of the season, the artists battle it out as they create fun and lighthearted monsters inspired by real-life day jobs.
The Last Defense
This seven-episode docuseries from executive producers Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon explores and exposes flaws in the American justice system through in-depth examinations of the death row cases of Darlie Routier and Julius Jones.
Hunting Nazi Treasure: “City of Loot”
In June 1940, the Nazis captured Paris, the epicenter of European art and culture. This episode explores the story of how the Nazis systematically looted the entire city over four years of occupation. The team focuses its investigation on the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR), a special task force headed by Nazi “philosopher” Alfred Rosenberg. The ERR set up at the Louvre and Jeu de Paume galleries, where priceless works of art stolen from all over France were sorted and collected for Goering and Hitler.
Season 1 of BET’s first procedural drama comes to an end tonight. Erica Ash, Richard Lawson, Christian Keyes and Tobias Truvillion star.
Million Dollar Listing New York
The Season 7 premiere is a supersized 75 minutes long as powerhouse agents Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant and Steve Gold are hungrier than ever to dominate the real estate market in the city that never sleeps.
Serial entrepreneur and investor Marcus Lemonis is back for Season 5, putting his own money on the line to help save and grow struggling businesses. In each of the 10 new episodes, Lemonis makes an offer that’s impossible to refuse: his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits. Once inside these companies, he’ll do almost anything to save the business and make himself a profit, even if it means firing the president, promoting the secretary or doing the work himself.
Expedition Unknown: “Nazis in Argentina”
Discovery Channel, 10pm
Josh Gates ventures to Argentina, where many Nazi SS officers escaped to after World War II. He uncovers secret Nazi hideouts and investigates what may be the most shocking conspiracy theory of all — the “true” fate of Adolf Hitler.
Legion: “Chapter 19”
In the Season 2 finale, “Chapter 19,” David (Dan Stevens) fights the future. FX has picked up Legion for Season 3.
World of Dance: “The Qualifiers 3”
In round three of the qualifying rounds, the world’s most elite dance acts from all ages and dance genres enter the arena to face off in the challenge of a lifetime. The acts have one chance to showcase their artistry, precision and athleticism in order to move forward in the competition and ultimately win a grand prize of $1 million.
Wednesday, June 13
El Rey Network, 8pm
The wrestling series returns for its fourth season tonight.
Navy SEALs: America’s Secret Warriors: “Deadly Marksmen/Enemy Territory”
This three-part series looks at the exhaustive training that goes into becoming a Navy SEAL sniper, who is not only a world-class marksman, but also an expert in small arms combat under every conceivable condition.
Ozzy & Jack’s World Tour
Season 3 sees rock legend Ozzy Osbourne anxious to hit the road to escape the stress of planning his final solo world tour. To get away from the pre-tour insanity, he hatches a plan to get back in the RV and take a cross-country road trip to Florida for his first gig. But there’s a problem. His son Jack and Jack’s wife are awaiting the birth of their third child, so Jack enlists his sister Kelly to help get their dad on the road to Florida.
The Originals: “The Kindness of Strangers”
The CW, 9pm
The Mikaelson siblings must set their differences aside and work together to escape a “chambre de chasse.”
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is on a cross-country mission to help struggling restaurants turn themselves around. In each episode, he travels to a floundering eatery in his state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center, Hell on Wheels. After recording and reviewing surveillance footage highlighting each restaurant’s shortcomings, he and his team will have 24 hours to transform these eateries with renovations, new menus and tough love. Ramsay shares, “With the clock set at 24 hours and ticking, I can promise you this culinary boot camp gives a whole new meaning to ‘Hell on Wheels.’”
The Expanse: “Dandelion Sky”
Holden (Steven Strait) sees past, present and future; a ghost from Melba’s (Nadine Nicole) past threatens her mission; Bobbie (Frankie Adams) struggles to trust an old friend as she leads a group into uncharted territory.
Wahlburgers adopts a new, hourlong format for its new season, taking an even deeper dive into the high-stakes business world of Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg’s restaurant chain. With plans to double in size in just one year, the brothers take on a huge risk and set their sights on the fast-casual market by creating an “Express Model” version of Wahlburgers. Follow the brothers as they partner with monster retail brands and propel themselves into hundreds of untapped markets.
Code Black: “Home Stays Home”
In the new episode “Home Stays Home,” Mario (Benjamin Hollingsworth) joins Rox (Moon Bloodgood) and Willis (Rob Lowe) on the scene of a boat crash, and, in Center Stage, Leanne (Marcia Gay Harden) works to save a brother and sister who drank boiling water through a straw as part of a viral challenge.
In the six episodes of Season 2, entrepreneur Sidney Torres is back to bring his multimillion-dollar fortune and expertise to the aid of struggling property investors. In exchange for a piece of the property and a percentage of the profits, Torres helps the inexperienced developers restore their run-down homes to their former glory. This season takes viewers through every stage of the renovation process, as Torres works with everyone from aspiring and ambitious novices to seasoned, down-on-their-luck real estate developers.
Caribbean Pirate Treasure
Travel Channel, 10pm
Husband-and-wife underwater explorers Philippe and Ashlan Cousteau return for Season 2 of this series in which they investigate incredible stories of pirates’ plunder and lost loot. Premiering with back-to-back episodes tonight, the new season will find the pair traveling to tropical beach destinations like Ecuador (in the season premiere episode), Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Florida as they literally dive into the fascinating tales of legendary shipwrecks, ruthless pirates and sunken treasure that lurk beneath the surface of these idyllic locales.
Colony: “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”
USA Network, 10pm
Will (Josh Holloway) follows clues that may expose a dangerous secret about the Seattle colony; Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) helps a refugee family; Bram (Alex Neustaedter) steps in as a parent to Gracie (Isabella Crovetti).
Thursday, June 14
CBS All Access
Based on George Pendle’s book, and with Ridley Scott as an executive producer, this drama is inspired by the true story of Jack Parsons (Jack Reynor). The brilliant Parsons started as a janitor at a chemical factory in 1930s Los Angeles but had dreams that led him to birth the new discipline of American rocketry. He ultimately became a disciple of occultist Aleister Crowley and used Crowley’s teachings of self-actualization to support his unimaginable endeavor to the stars. Season 1 runs 10 episodes, with a new installment available each Thursday to subscribers.
Golf: U.S. Open, First Round
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 9:30am Live
The 118th U.S. Open Championship golf tournament takes place at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y., June 14-17, with first-round coverage airing today starting on FS1 and continuing on FOX. Top competitors include Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy. Brooks Koepka is defending champion.
Soccer: FIFA World Cup: Russia vs. Saudi Arabia
FOX, 11am Live
Held every four years, the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament features 32 top teams from around the globe. This year’s World Cup takes place June 14-July 15 in Russia, and the host country kicks off the Group Stage today on FOX with a match against Group A opponent Saudi Arabia. FOX and FS1 combine to air every tournament game live.
Little Big Shots: “Little Ninja Warrior”
This episode features a remarkably skilled snooker player from Ireland, a charming 8-year-old voiceover artist, a confident young hip-hop dancer, and a painter with incredible talent. Viewers will be also meet a 6-year-old “American Ninja Warrior” in the making and enjoy the return of gospel singer and Season 2 fan-favorite Caleb.
Marlon Wayans returns as star and executive producer for Season 2 of the family sitcom loosely based on his real life. Back-to-back episodes kick off the new season of the series, which also stars Essence Atkins, Bresha Webb, Diallo Riddle, Notlim Taylor and Amir O’Neil.
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce
The fifth and final season of Bravo’s first original scripted series follows a close-knit group of friends — Abby McCarthy (Lisa Edelstein), Phoebe (Beau Garrett), Jo (Alanna Ubach), Delia (Necar Zadegan) and Barbara (Retta) — as they embrace their post-divorce lives. This season, Abby and the girlfriends move forward in their lives but are constantly reminded of their intertwined lives with their exes and must lean on each other to pave their own paths to happiness.
In Season 5, 10 former fan-favorite, but unsuccessful, participants of this nonfiction survival series come together in Northern Mongolia — the show’s most remote location yet — where they must once again push themselves to their limits if they want to make it through subzero temperatures, deadly predators and punishing isolation and be the last person standing this time.
Friday, June 15
Billy Bob Thornton reprises his Golden Globe-winning role as down-and-out lawyer Billy McBride in Season 2 of the drama created by David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal) and Jonathan Shapiro (The Practice). McBride is reluctantly pulled back into the law when his friend’s 16-year-old son is arrested for a double homicide. As the investigation unfolds, Billy and his team uncover a conspiracy in Los Angeles’ seedy underbelly, where drugs, real estate and politics intermingle. Nina Arianda costars alongside new cast members Mark Duplass (Togetherness), Morris Chestnut (Rosewood) and Ana de la Reguera (Narcos).
Set It Up
In this subversive romantic comedy, Harper (Zoey Deutch) and Charlie (Glen Powell) are two overworked, underpaid executive assistants beaten down by Manhattan’s rat race. Barely aware of their own deferred dreams, the 20-somethings live to serve a pair of tough bosses (Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs) who whip them into a daily frenzy. Teaming up out of sheer desperation, Harper and Charlie scheme to get their bosses off their backs by luring them into a fake romance, but things quickly spiral out of control.
Soccer: FIFA World Cup
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 8am Live
The first full day of World Cup competition has a Group A match between Uruguay and Egypt (FS1), followed by two matches from Group B with Morocco vs. Iran (FOX) and Portugal vs. Spain (FOX).
Golf: U.S. Open, Second Round
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 10am Live
Coverage of the second round of the U.S. Open Championship from Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y., starts on FS1 and continues on FOX.
Quantico: “The Heavens Fall”
Jocelyn (Marlee Matlin) shares her very personal story of hearing loss when she finds herself face-to-face with the adversary responsible for the bomb explosion that changed her life forever. Meanwhile, the team works together to take him down and infiltrates an illegal, underground operation that has deadly consequences.
Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition: “Stephanie McMahon”
WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon goes undercover in search of possible new talent for the WWE roster, and she ends up making dreams come true for a young WWE fan.
The fourth and final season of this series based on the 1995 sci-fi film will air three episodes each Friday, starting tonight, until the two-part season and series finale airs on July 6. In Season 4, Cole (Aaron Stanford) and Cassandra (Amanda Schull) set out on an epic quest, traveling further back in time than they ever have before. According to legend, their only hope lies with a weapon capable of stopping the Witness for good, but they’ll learn that in order to win the final battle and save time itself, they will have to make the ultimate sacrifice.
This new half-hour series hosted by Carlos Watson explores the twists and turns on the road to thriving careers for some notable figures in various fields. The docuseries traces the unusual paths followed by 12 talented men and women who all overcame nearly insurmountable obstacles and long odds to reimagine their own potential and, ultimately, to break big. The first episode features The Daily Show star and comedian Trevor Noah.
Great Performances at the Met: “Tosca”
Sir David McVicar’s new production of Puccini’s classic stars Sonya Yoncheva, Vittorio Grigolo and Zeljko Lucic. Opera diva Tosca must rescue her revolutionary lover Cavaradossi from the depraved police chief Scarpia. Isabel Leonard hosts.
Just Another Immigrant
Another two new episodes of the comedic docuseries air back-to-back tonight. The series follows one of the most popular standups in the U.K. — the endearingly hilarious Romesh Ranganathan — as he looks to uproot his wife, their three kids, his Sri Lankan mother and his eccentric uncle, and immigrate to the U.S.
C.B. Strike: “The Cuckoo’s Calling, Part 3”
In the conclusion of “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” long-buried secrets are revealed, putting Strike (Tom Burke) and Robin (Holliday Grainger) in danger as they close in on the killer.
Saturday, June 16
Soccer: FIFA World Cup
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 6am Live
World Cup Group Stage action continues today with France vs. Australia (FS1), Argentina vs. Iceland (FOX), Peru vs. Denmark (FS1) and Croatia vs. Nigeria (FS1).
Golf: U.S. Open, Third Round
FOX, 11am Live
FOX airs coverage of the U.S. Open Championship third round from Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, N.Y.
Driven: Oklahoma State Cowboys
Golf Channel’s four-part documentary series Driven: Oklahoma State Cowboys comes to a conclusion on NBC. Executive produced by Oklahoma State alum and PGA Tour star Rickie Fowler, the series follows the OSU Cowboys men’s golf team as they compete through the 2017-18 regular season on their quest for the school’s 11th NCAA national championship.
Ransom: “Radio Silence”
Eric’s (Luke Roberts) flight is anything but routine in the new episode “Radio Silence,” as he must negotiate with a suicidal copilot and find out what triggered him after he locks the captain out of the cockpit and threatens to crash the plane.
Major League Baseball
FOX, 8pm Live
On tonight’s MLB on FOX broadcast, depending on their market, viewers will see either the Chicago Cubs at the St. Louis Cardinals, the San Francisco Giants at the L.A. Dodgers or the Boston Red Sox at the Seattle Mariners.
Love at First Dance
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Hope (former Glee star Becca Tobin) is tasked with teaching Manhattan’s former “Most Eligible Bachelor” (When Calls the Heart’s Niall Matter) how to dance for his extravagant society wedding. But as the dance lessons progress, complications ensue when feelings begin to develop between student and instructor.
Grease: Behind Closed Doors
REELZ Channel, 9pm
As the iconic film Grease celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, this special uses the words of those who brought the production to life to explore how the 1978 feature starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John — dismissed as “cinematic cotton candy” before its release — went on to become the highest-grossing movie musical of the 20th century.
Travel Channel, 9pm
The crew heads to Mokelumne Hill, Calif., to investigate the Hotel Léger, one of the state’s oldest operating hotels. A devastating fire and the town’s violent history have left a dark presence in the historic building that threatens the safety of employees and guests.
Mountain Life: “North Carolina Dream Dwelling”
Tonight on HGTV’s ode to altitude: An on-the-go couple looking for a rustic retreat high above the rest of North Carolina may have found their new ZIP code with the tiny town of Swannanoa, 2,195 feet above sea level.