All Times Eastern.
Sunday, May 26
NTT IndyCar Series: Indianapolis 500
NBC, 12pm Live
The Memorial Day weekend tradition returns for the 103rd Indianapolis 500 from famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Top drivers Josef Newgarden, Alexander Rossi, Sebastien Bourdais and 2018 Indy 500 winner Will Power take on the Brickyard’s 2.5-mile rectangular oval. This is the first Indy 500 broadcast by NBC.
The estimated value of the @BorgTrophy? 3.5 MILLION DOLLARS.
— IndyCar on NBC (@IndyCaronNBC) May 26, 2019
Tennis: French Open: Early Rounds
Tennis Channel, 5am Live
The second Grand Slam tournament on the tennis calendar features the world’s best players competing on the red clay courts of Roland Garros in Paris. Rafael Nadal tries for his third straight (and 12th overall) French Open title. On the women’s side, Simona Halep won her first Grand Slam last year in Paris. Tennis Channel and NBC combine to televise the tournament through June 9.
Formula One: Monaco Grand Prix
ESPN, 9:05am Live
Formula One’s most prestigious and picturesque race returns to the streets of Monte Carlo for the Monaco Grand Prix as stars Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton continue their rivalry. ESPN airs the race live in the morning, with ABC airing an encore in the afternoon.
NASCAR Monster Energy Series: Coca-Cola 600
FOX, 6pm Live
A big day of auto racing wraps up with the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series 600-mile race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.
American Ninja Warrior: “All Stars Skills Special”
Top competitors and fan-favorites from Season 10 compete in this special. The iconic obstacles get super-sized as the best competitors face-off in the high-octane Skills Competition, featuring the return of the Wicked Wingnuts, the lightning-fast Striding Steps, a record-setting attempt on the four-story Super Salmon Ladder and ninjas going for big air on the Big Dipper Freestyle. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila host.
BBC America & AMC, 8pm
Eve’s (Sandra Oh) mission is disastrously compromised in the Season 2 finale “You’re Mine.” Villanelle (Jodie Comer) does everything she can in order to get to her ultimate target. Killing Eve has been renewed for a third season.
The Top 10 Greatest Animal Movies of All Time
The CW, 8pm
Dean Cain hosts this special counting down the greatest animal movies of all time. Hollywood’s greatest four-legged, furry and finned actors steal scenes and warm hearts everywhere in some of the most memorable moments in cinematic history.
National Memorial Day Concert
Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise cohost the 30th anniversary edition of this musical salute to America’s fallen heroes. The National Symphony Orchestra performs live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. Time to cry again!
Modern Warriors: A Memorial Day Special
FOX News Channel, 8pm
Hosted by FOX & Friends Weekend co-host Pete Hegseth, this one-hour special will feature honorable military veterans who will discuss border security, the latest surrounding ISIS, the Department of Veterans Affairs and what Memorial Day means to them. These honorable veterans include: former Navy Seals Marcus and Morgan Luttrell, retired U.S. Army Captain Chad Fleming and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL). An extended director’s cut version containing additional footage will be available on FNC’s streaming service FOX Nation, beginning on Sunday at 8pm ET.
A Discovery of Witches
AMC & BBC America, 9pm
The first season of the series based on Deborah Harkness’ bestselling trilogy of fantasy novels comes to an end tonight. Matthew’s (Matthew Goode) attempts to rescue Diana (Teresa Palmer) go horribly wrong, and Diana discovers how lethal her powers can be.
Game of Thrones: The Last Watch
Shot in punishing conditions and under supreme secrecy, the final season of Game of Thrones is profiled in this two-hour documentary highlighting the humor and heart that went into making the iconic show a spectacle for the ages.
In the second season, Lyn and Emma continue to deal with their own relationship, their mother’s business and the changes their neighborhood continues to experience. This drama series stars Melissa Barrera, Mishel Prada and Ser Anzoategui.
Collector’s Call: “Vintage Movie Posters”
Dwight Cleveland shares his collection of over 4,500 vintage movie posters, which he has been collecting for over 30 years since he was in college studying abroad. His collection includes a Czechoslovakian poster for King Kong, an Italian poster for Casablanca, an American poster of Errol Flynn’s The Adventures of Robin Hood and the very rare precursor to Mickey Mouse, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, in Nutty Notes.
Good Girls: “King”
Turner (James Lesure) has Beth (Christina Hendricks) in checkmate. The women must contend with a rotten egg from the past. Rio (Manny Montana) makes a grand gesture for Beth, and a new business opportunity presents itself.
The Dick Van Dyke Show
Creator Carl Reiner curates “Pick Van Dyke” — a five-week run of his 10 favorite episodes — to mark the classic sitcom’s return to MeTV. Tonight, he also guest-stars in one of his selections, Season 3’s “October Eve,” as a voluble Russian artist who painted a nude portrait of fully dressed housewife Laura (Mary Tyler Moore).
Monday, May 27
Saving Private Ryan
In honor of Memorial Day, AMC presents back-to-back screenings of the 1998 Oscar-winning film from director Steven Spielberg and an all-star cast, including Tom Hanks and Matt Damon.
Diesel Brothers: Monster Jump Live
Discovery Channel, 8pm Live
In honor of Memorial Day, the stars of Discovery’s Diesel Brothers host a night of record-braking stunts, giveaways and entertainment during this live two-hour season finale event held at decommissioned World War II military base Wendover Airfield. Among the events featured: a daring attempt by Heavy D to live-jump the BroDozer truck over a flying airplane piloted by record-breaking pilot Anthony Oshinuga.
Love in the Sun
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
A dating app creator (Emeraude Toubia) finds her views on love challenged when she returns home to Florida and reconnects with her high school flame (Tom Maden).
Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal
A follow-up to last year’s Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, this new film looks at the royal couple’s life since getting married last spring. With new pressures and an ever-increasing spotlight, Harry and Meghan (now played by Charlie Field and Tiffany Smith) continue to grow closer together.
2019 NHL Stanley Cup Final: Game 1
NBC, 8pm Live
The Eastern Conference champion Boston Bruins and the Western Conference champion St. Louis Blues face off for the Stanley Cup in the best-of-seven-game championship series beginning with Game 1 tonight in Boston. NBC and NBCSN split coverage of the series.
Chris Farley: Anything for a Laugh
This two-hour special examines Farley’s tragically short life — both the amped-up force of nature in front of the camera and the shy, childlike figure people knew behind the scenes. Incorporating rare personal photos and videos, the program will feature new interviews with John Goodman, Al Franken, Kevin Nealon, Tom Arnold, Bobby Moynihan and more.
The Hot Zone
National Geographic, 9pm
National Geographic presents this six-part, three-night miniseries based on Richard Preston’s 1994 nonfiction thriller about the origins of the Ebola virus and its arrival in the U.S. in 1989. Julianna Margulies stars as Dr. Nancy Jaax, chief pathologist at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, who risks everything to keep the Ebola virus contained before it causes a deadly epidemic. Topher Grace, Liam Cunningham and Noah Emmerich also star.
Meghan and Harry: Baby Fever
This documentary about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex charts the royal couple’s relationship leading to the arrival of their first child, son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The film includes interviews with royal-watchers and experts, as well as footage of the royal couple.
Tuesday, May 28
Jeff Dunham: Talking Heads
Dunham brings viewers on the road with him in a new interview in his hometown while his family, friends and other insiders sit down to discuss the man behind the success. The two-hour special will feature exclusive photos and performance video from Dunham’s personal archive as well as interviews with Howie Mandel and Jay Leno.
The Big Interview: “Carl and Rob Reiner”
AXS TV, 8pm
Legendary father-and-son directors/producers/actors Carl and Rob Reiner are host Dan Rather’s guests tonight.
30 for 30: “Qualified”
ESPN’s documentary series delves into the story of Janet Guthrie, who in 1977 became the first woman to qualify for the Indy 500. But soon after finding success at her sport’s highest level, Guthrie’s career inexplicably stalled. The film is comprised almost entirely of archival material including local television coverage, network broadcasts, promotional films, home movies, private photo and film collections. The documentary also includes period interviews from Jim McKay, Jackie Stewart and Howard Cosell, and is peppered with contemporary interviews from Guthrie’s crew members, competitors and Guthrie herself.
Running With Beto
This film, a year in the making, follows the rise of Beto O’Rourke from an unknown to a political sensation as he attempts to unseat Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
America’s Got Talent
NBC’s summertime staple returns with a new crop of acts vying for the show’s million-dollar grand prize. Host Terry Crews teases that a few of his favorite acts this season include a man known as “The Human Fuse” and a performer he’s dubbed a “comedic contortionist,” and he reveals that the act that earns his Golden Buzzer made him cry. “Happy, wonderful tears,” admits the former NFL player and current star of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. “It was well-deserved, and I probably never have cried so much on television.”
The 100: “The Gospel of Josephine”
The CW, 9pm
Jordan (Shannon Kook) investigates Sanctum. Meanwhile, Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and Diyoza (guest star Ivana Milicevic) discover the threats of the new planet firsthand. Lastly, Bellamy (Bob Morley) and Clarke (Eliza Taylor) butt heads.
The ruthless Cody crime family returns for Season 4, and they will be as much of a threat to each other as they are to their targets. The series stars Ellen Barkin, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary, Finn Cole and Sohvi Rodriguez, and Emily Deschanel joins the cast this season in a recurring role.
Jeff Foxworthy: Stand-Up Guy
Foxworthy comes together with his close friends of more than 30 years — fellow comedians Kathleen Madigan, Ron White and Larry the Cable Guy — for an informal conversation about his life and how his family, friends and faith helped him get to where he is today. The one-hour special will feature rarely seen photos and videos and additional interviews with Jay Leno and Foxworthy’s manager Larry Burns.
Blood & Treasure: “Code of the Hawaladar”
Danny (Matt Barr) poses as an arms dealer in order to extract information from a middleman on the location of terrorist Karim Farouk (Oded Fehr) in the new episode “Code of the Hawaladar.”
Guardians of the Glades
Discovery Channel, 10pm
This series follows snake hunter Dusty Crum and his team as they tackle Florida’s snake problem — the introduction of the non-native Burmese python to the Everglades, which has already led to the decimation of more than 90 percent of certain animal and bird species in the region. Dusty has made it his life’s calling, and his business, to save the Glades from these foreign predators.
FX’s limited series starring Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams comes to a conclusion tonight with the finale episode “Providence.”
True Conviction: “Murder in New England”
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
Grandmother Irene Kennedy went out for her morning stroll in Walpole, Mass., but never returned. When her husband went looking for her, he found his wife of 50 years brutally bludgeoned and stabbed to death off a park trail. It would take a civil suit, another murder and a jailhouse snitch to finally bring justice for Irene.
In this competition series that offers a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the songwriting process, aspiring songwriters work with three music producers/writers responsible for some of today’s biggest hits to craft their own tunes. In each episode, one winner will have their song recorded for a global audience by the chart-topping artists featured in the show. The Voice executive producer Audrey Morrissey and coach Adam Levine are among the EPs for this series.
Travel Channel, 10pm
Vikings? In the desert? That tantalizing possibility lures forensic geologist Scott Wolter to Arizona in the revival of America Unearthed, last seen in 2015 on the now-defunct H2 network.
Chrisley Knows Best
USA Network, 10pm
The hit reality series returns to follow Todd Chrisley and his family for a 26-episode seventh season.
WGN America, 10pm
The drama about Mennonite drug dealers returns for Season 2, picking up with Anna (Alex Paxton-Beesley) going it alone after Noah (Ryan Robbins) disappeared for a year. Alyson Hannigan (How I Met Your Mother) joins the cast as a recurring guest star.
The Last O.G.: “Your Mom’s in My Business”
When faced with unforeseen unemployment, Shay (Tiffany Haddish) decides it’s finally time to launch her own fashion line. But with her money tied up in the food truck, she gets carried away micromanaging the business in an attempt to turn a quicker profit.
Wednesday, May 29
The Twilight Zone
CBS All Access
You’ve just crossed over into … the very last of the revival’s 10 episodes (for this season, anyway). And this particular foray into the dimension of imagination embodies everything collaborators Simon Kinberg and Jordan Peele hoped to accomplish with the new Zone anthology. Notes Kinberg: “There are literal ideas we had in our first meeting that are executed in the season finale.”
In every episode, talented home cooks face culinary challenges and hope to impress the series’ judges — acclaimed chefs Gordon Ramsay and Aarón Sánchez, and renowned restaurateur Joe Bastianich. At the end of the season, only one home cook will claim the title of MasterChef and win the $250,000 grand prize.
American Ninja Warrior
The athletic competition series is back for its eighth season, with award-winning host and actress Zuri Hall joining the show as sideline reporter. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila return as hosts. This season, after the Los Angeles qualifying rounds, the competition will head to Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Baltimore, Seattle/Tacoma, Cincinnati and, finally, Las Vegas for the national finals.
Jane the Virgin: “Chapter Ninety-One”
The CW, 9pm
When Rogelio (Jaime Camil) tells Jane (Gina Rodriguez) that the network wants her to write the script for their telenovela, she’s excited at first, but struggles to balance her time between that and her novel. Rafael (Justin Baldoni) is furious with Jane after she makes a medical appointment that he doesn’t agree with behind his back.
Property Brothers: Forever Home
Jonathan and Drew Scott have helped scores of clients buy and renovate properties on Property Brothers, and now they are on a mission to turn families’ ordinary houses into lifelong dream homes. These new clients aren’t looking to flip their property for profit because they know that their home is “the one” where they will be able to put down roots and happily spend their lives after the siblings unlock its full potential.
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Which remaining queen has the most charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent? Find out tonight when the female impersonation competition comes to a close with an epic lip-synch battle. RuPaul hosts.
The Employables: “Chainsaws and Traffic Lights”
Matt, 27, has a severe form of Tourette Syndrome often triggered by being in cars or tight spaces. Nathan, 31, has Asperger’s Syndrome, which makes it difficult for him to navigate social interactions. Both Matt and Nathan have found their conditions to be a barrier to meaningful employment, but when experts Dr. Nancy Doyle and Dr. Ali Mattu reveal their strengths, they gain much needed confidence to explore the job market.
What We Do in the Shadows
Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), Laszlo (Matt Berry), Guillermo (Harvey Guillén) and Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) close the casket on Season 1 of FX’s vampire comedy with the finale episode “Ancestry.”
The 10th season of the Emmy-winning animated comedy returns and continues the adventures of Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin), Lana Kane (Aisha Tyler), and their crew of misfits (whose voices include Jessica Walter, Judy Greer, Chris Parnell, Amber Nash, Adam Reed and Lucky Yates) onboard the M/V Seamus salvage ship.
The Butcher: “The Invaders”
A first-of-its-kind test of skill whittles four butchers down to two, who then advance to the final round, where they come face-to-face with some surprise Southern invaders, including a giant python. Which craftsman will unearth the most valued cuts, emerge as butcher champion and claim $10,000?
Cassie (Harriet Dyer) was born with a rare ability — she has visions, whether she likes it or not. Sometimes she sees events that have previously occurred or will happen in the future, and she sometimes even encounters unsettled spirits who need her help. When her father, Detective Tom Hackett (Paul Blackthorne), and his new partner, former FBI agent Damien Asante (Justin Cornwell), need assistance solving a dark and puzzling murder, Cassie reluctantly agrees to use her abilities to help solve some of the city’s most challenging cases.
Join physicist Brian Greene and an ensemble cast as they use state-of-the-art animation, an original orchestral score and innovative projection techniques to trace Albert Einstein’s journey to uncover the general theory of relativity.
Thursday, May 30
iZombie: “Death Moves Pretty Fast”
The CW, 8pm
While investigating the death of independently wealthy 19-year-old Harris Miller, Liv (Rose McIver) attempts to cheer up Ravi (Rahul Kohli), who has been spiraling after learning some unfortunate news. Meanwhile, after a nasty fall at the crime scene, Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) is forced to continue his part of the investigation via FaceTime.
TCM Spotlight: WWII Homefront
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Tonight, TCM concludes its monthlong look at films chronicling various ways the homefront endured World War II, with the theme of “Coming Home.” Movies depicting how veterans experienced returning to their loved ones after months or years spent fighting overseas include The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), Hail the Conquering Hero (1944) and Pride of the Marines (1945).
NBA Finals: Game 1
ABC, 9pm Live
The NBA’s best-of-seven-game championship series tips off tonight on ABC. The Golden State Warriors are heading back to the Finals for the fifth consecutive time after a sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference finals. The Warriors await either the Milwaukee Bucks or the Toronto Raptors.
In the Dark: “Deal or No Deal”
The CW, 9pm
With Jess (Brooke Markham) focusing all of her attention on Vanessa (guest star Humberly Gonzalez), Murphy (Perry Mattfeld) begins to feel neglected. To make matters worse, tensions begin to rise between her and Max (Casey Diedrick). Meanwhile, Jules (guest star Saycon Sengbloh) is forced to make a quick decision.
Little Women: Atlanta: “For Better or Worse”
The Tiny Twinz’s plans for their double wedding are threatened when Andrea runs into Chris. And now that Emily has left Atlanta and returned to Texas, Bri decides to try a solo career.
Life in Pieces: “Lost Math Art Glam”
Heather (Betsy Brandt) offers to help Sophia (Giselle Eisenberg) with her math homework but can’t figure out the new teaching method in the new episode “Lost Math Art Glam.”
In the new episode “Gutshot,” Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) try to work an investigation from London when someone close to them is gravely wounded by an unknown perpetrator in the United States.
The first season of the uproarious workplace comedy ends tonight. Co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme star alongside Hassie Harrison, Eugene Cordero, Marcus Henderson and Gabriel Hogan in this series about firefighters in one of America’s rainiest cities.
Friday, May 31
Amazon Prime Video
This six-episode miniseries, based on Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s 1990 fantasy novel, tells of the unlikely alliance between an angel (Michael Sheen) and a demon (David Tennant) who are trying to prevent an impending Armageddon. The comedic series also stars Jon Hamm, Nick Offerman, Miranda Richardson, Mireille Enos, Michael McKean, Anna Maxwell Martin, Jack Whitehall and Josie Lawrence, with Frances McDormand voicing God and Benedict Cumberbatch voicing Satan.
When They See Us
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay (13th, Selma) created, cowrote and directed this four-part dramatized account of the “Central Park Five” case, where five teenagers of color were convicted of a rape they did not commit. Beginning in 1989, when the young men were first questioned about the incident, the series spans 25 years, highlighting their exoneration in 2002 and the settlement reached with the city of New York in 2014. Michael K. Williams, Vera Farmiga, John Leguizamo, Felicity Huffman, Niecy Nash and Blair Underwood lead the cast.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: “Code Yellow”
Yo-Yo (Natalia Cordova-Buckley) and Keller (Lucas Bryant) take things public. Parasitic aliens threaten the human race, and someone really needs boba.
Masters of Illusion 21st Anniversary Special
The CW, 8pm
Dean Cain hosts this one-hour special featuring brand new magic and special moments highlighting the seasons of Masters of Illusion. The special will include Masters of Illusion performers Murray SawChuck, Greg Frewin, Mac King, Franz Harary, Barry and Stuart, Farrell Dillon, Naathan Phan, Jeki Yoo and Jonathan Pendragon.
For this new film, based on David Milch’s award-winning 2004-06 series of the same name, the indelible characters of the show are reunited (almost all of the original cast returns, including Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant and Molly Parker) after a decade to celebrate South Dakota’s statehood. Former rivalries are reignited, alliances tested and old wounds reopened as all are left to navigate the inevitable changes that modernity and time have wrought.
Blindspot: “Masters of War 1:5-8/The Gang Gets Gone”
Back-to-back episodes of the drama culminate in the Season 4 finale. In the first episode, Dominic (guest star Chaske Spencer) begins to enact Madeline’s (guest star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) cataclysmic scheme as the team rushes to stop him, and tensions rise when past secrets begin to unravel. In the season finale, the team sets out on an international mission to stop an attack from spreading, and Madeline attempts to turn the tables as internal conflict threatens relationships within the team.
The speculative series returns for a 14th season as it continues to explore the controversial theory that extraterrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years — from the age of dinosaurs to continued mass sightings reported in the United States.
A look at daily life in Monrovia, Ind., offers an understanding of a rural mid-American way of life that has always been important to the country, but whose influence and force have not always been recognized in big cities.
Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation
This six-part limited series reveals previously classified information from the Pentagon’s mysterious UFO program, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). The series follows former military intelligence official Luis Elizondo as he discloses information he uncovered as the head of the secret government group and embarks on new UFO investigations. Helping Elizondo is an expert team of investigators who will search for and produce tangible evidence that proves the existence of UFOs.
Quiet Storm: The Ron Artest Story
This sports documentary follows the NBA star and mental health advocate now known as Metta World Peace through his difficult upbringing, basketball success and struggles with his mental health.
The Graham Norton Show
BBC America, 11pm
Tonight on the couch, the stars of Marvel’s Dark Phoenix: Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Jessica Chastain.
Saturday, June 1
Death at the Mansion: Rebecca Zahau
Rebecca Zahau was found dead in the courtyard of her billionaire boyfriend’s Coronado mansion in 2011, just two days after his 6-year-old son suffered a fatal accident while under Rebecca’s care. This captivating new series follows an elite team of investigators as they take another look at this mysterious case.
Bad Times at the El Royale
HBO presents the network premiere of this 2018 drama from director Drew Goddard. A run-down hotel that sits on the border between California and Nevada becomes a seedy battleground where seven strangers (played by Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Cailee Spaeny, Lewis Pullman and Chris Hemsworth) converge on a single, fateful night.
Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta
This modern take on the classic novel Pride and Prejudice features an all-star cast including Reginald VelJohnson, Jackée Harry, Tiffany Hines, Raney Branch, Brittney Level, Reginae Carter, Alexia Bailey and Juan Antonio.
Animal Planet, 9pm
Season 2 of this series from Animal Planet and popular animal website The Dodo spotlights more powerful stories of animals in need across the globe and the people who go to extraordinary lengths to help them. The new season will include people helping kangaroos, seals, wombats, elephants and other animals in places including Ireland, the United States, Kenya and Australia.
Iron Chef America: “Symon vs. Yagihashi”
Cooking Channel, 9pm
Iron Chef Michael Symon faces off against challenger Takashi Yagihashi, critically acclaimed Chicago restaurateur. Judges are Simon Majumdar, Candice Kumai and Peter Jacobson.
Wedding at Graceland
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Singer and talk show host Kellie Pickler stars in the follow-up to her successful holiday film Christmas at Graceland. This film reunites Pickler with her costar Wes Brown, and their characters Laurel and Clay are headed down the aisle and have set their sights on getting hitched at Graceland! When a last-minute opening occurs at the famous location’s new Chapel in the Woods wedding venue, the couple has a scant three weeks to pull off the wedding of their dreams.