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Thursday, May 30
NBA Finals: Game 1: Golden State at Toronto
ABC, 9pm Live
The NBA’s best-of-seven-game championship series tips off tonight on ABC with Game 1 at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena. 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 Eastern Conference champion Toronto Raptors are playing in their first Finals in franchise history. Game 1 is tonight at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.
— TV Insider (@TVInsider) May 29, 2019
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).
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.
Sunday, June 2
Emmy winner Matthew O’Neill and Perri Peltz return to direct and produce Season 2 of the weekly series that follows journalists who highlight the week ahead in politics, business and technology, and other big topics shaping the future.
MLB Baseball: Boston at New York Yankees
The fierce AL East rivals meet on Sunday Night Baseball for the finale of a four-game set at Yankee Stadium. The Yanks have been holding their own following a rash of injuries to their top players (Aaron Judge, you are missed!), while Xander Bogaerts and the rest of the Red Sox are trying to hit their stride after a slow start.
BBC America, 8pm
A new spate of nightmarish murders brings DCI John Luther (Idris Elba) to once again face the depths of human depravity on the streets of London. As the body count rises, can Luther catch a killer and save his own neck? This season, Wunmi Mosaku joins the cast as DS Catherine Halliday, and Luther’s old nemesis, Alice Morgan (Ruth Wilson), will reappear.
Burden of Truth
The CW, 8pm
Joanna (Kristin Kreuk) is working at a new law firm a year after her successful lawsuit against the steel mill in Millwood. Looking to start over, she has taken her mother’s surname and settled in a new city hoping for a quieter life. However, when her boss assigns her to a case for a brilliant, young internet hacktivist, Joanna is dragged into a dark world of secrets that will turn her life upside down.
Naked and Afraid XL
Discovery Channel, 8pm
It’s hard to imagine, but the extreme survivalist series gets even more challenging this season with more water, a snakebite and a team extending their 21-day Naked and Afraid challenge into XL.
A quiet crisis has left millions of American women without much-needed maternal healthcare, as shifting resources and populations have led to the closure of hospitals and maternity wards nationwide. In this short documentary from Newsy, mothers navigate vast gaps in a flawed system.
Fear the Walking Dead
As Season 5 of The Walking Dead spinoff begins, Morgan (Lennie James) and Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) lead the group through uncharted territory in search of survivors to help. But everything is not as it seems in this foreboding new land.
Southern Charm New Orleans
The returning New Orleans socialites include Tamica Lee, Barry Smith, Reagan Charleston, Jeff Charleston, Justin Reese, Jon Moody, Rachel McKenzie and Kelsey Nichols. Jeff and Reagan’s marriage is over, and Reagan already has a new love interest, causing Jeff to spiral out of control. Justin faces pressure to take things to the next level with his girlfriend Kelsey. Barry is excited to expand his fitness empire but must also navigate tough conversations with his teenage son.
Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition
Food Network, 9pm
After watching a highlight reel of their not-so-finest moments, the final two celebrities are asked to re-create their baseline dishes using all the techniques they’ve learned over the past six weeks. For the final challenge, the two remaining celebs must create a three-course meal for culinary experts Leah Cohen, Zac Posen and Melba Wilson, who decide who takes home $25,000 for the charity of their choice.
D-Day: The Untold Stories
This two-hour special commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day — the Allied invasion of Nazi-held Europe during World War II — and the subsequent battles that captured control of the Normandy coast. Some of the last surviving veterans of D-Day recall in gripping detail the terror, patriotism and drama from the frontlines. Rare archival footage from the actual invasion, along with re-creations, further enhances the compelling story that changed the world.
After suffering a public humiliation on the day of her wedding, wealthy socialite Amanda Klein (Georgia Flood) finds herself at a Renaissance festival. Enamored by the re-enactors’ welcoming spirit and desperate for a place where she belongs, Amanda leaves the stress of her old life behind and joins the troupe. Lucas Neff, Seana Kofoed, Mary Hollis Inboden and Rory O’Malley also star in this dramedy from creator Jamie Denbo and the minds behind GLOW, Orange Is the New Black and Weeds, Jenji Kohan, Mark A. Burley and Tara Herrmann.
Ghostbusters: Behind Closed Doors
REELZ Channel, 9pm
Journalist Natalie Morales hosts this special that looks back 35 years to when and how the classic 1984 comedy Ghostbusters broke out to become a billion-dollar franchise and a cultural phenomenon across generations. The program goes inside the movie with the real stories from stars Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver and Ernie Hudson. Learn the surprising backstories about how John Belushi and Eddie Murphy almost became Ghostbusters, and watch cast and crew members reflect on the legacy of the late Harold Ramis.
Based on a 2013 horror novel by Joe Hill (son of Stephen King), this 10-part thriller introduces Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings), a gifted young woman who discovers she has a supernatural ability to find lost things. This ability puts her on a collision course with the evil and immortal Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto), who feeds off the souls of children bound for Christmasland — a twisted place of Manx’s imagination where every day is Christmas Day and unhappiness is against the law. Can Vic defeat Manx and rescue his victims? Or will she lose her mind and become one of them?
Discovery Channel, 10pm
In this new docuseries, former covert military man and intelligence officer Brett Hines, his wife and their seven kids leave civilization behind and try to start life over as homesteaders in a remote part of Washington state.
Perpetual Grace, LTD
This 10-episode modern noir drama follows grifter James (Jimmi Simpson) as he attempts to prey upon Pastor Byron Brown (Sir Ben Kingsley) and his wife, Lillian (Jacki Weaver). But the Browns — known to their parishioners as Pa and Ma — turn out to be far more dangerous than they appear. Luis Guzmán, Terry O’Quinn, Damon Herriman and Kurtwood Smith also star.
Each half-hour episode features one of the New York Times’ cadre of over 1,550 journalists presenting an investigation into one of the most pressing issues of the day. “The mission of The Weekly is to find big, signature, enterprise stories that we’re going to put on the map,” says The New York Times assistant managing editor Sam Dolnick, who also serves as an executive producer of the new series. “The show is about the big stories of the day, and we’re going to tell them in visceral, cinematic, on-the-ground ways on TV.”
Family Man, Family Murderer: An ID Murder Mystery
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
This one-hour special looks at the case of Chris Watts, who eventually confessed to the murders of his pregnant wife and two daughters in the wake of an investigation following their disappearance in 2018. The program delves into the psyche of the man to try to find out what would drive him to do the unthinkable.
Chris Hardwick discusses the latest episode of Fear the Walking Dead with members of the cast, producers and celebrity superfans.
Monday, June 3
Following up on the May original movie of the same title (still streaming), this series spinoff continues to tell the story of a ragtag group of aspiring junior lifeguards competing against snobby local kids for bragging rights and the ultimate tower at Malibu Beach. Ricardo Hurtado (School of Rock) and Breanna Yde (The Haunted Hathaways) star.
Private Lives of the Monarchs: “King Louis XIV”
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
Go inside the magnificent Palace of Versailles, where host Tracy Borman uncovers some truly unique facts about Louis XIV, who ruled France for an incredible 72 years. The “Sun King” had a collection of over 1,000 wigs and 400 beds, and it has been claimed that he bathed only three times in his entire life.
Below Deck Mediterranean
Returning crew members include Capt. Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier (chief stew), João Franco (bosun) and Colin Macy-O’Toole (deckhand). The new “yachties” include Mila Kolomeitseva (chef), Aesha Scott (second stew), Anastasia Surmava (third stew), Travis Michalzik (deckhand) and Jack Stirrup (deckhand). With high expectations, the captain has no tolerance for anything short of perfection and will take drastic measures if the crew can’t deliver.
The Code: “Lioness”
In the new episode “Lioness,” Abe (Luke Mitchell) and Harper (Phillipa Soo) travel to Afghanistan to investigate when a Marine is accused of killing an Afghan commander on a U.S. base.
So You Think You Can Dance
FOX’s summertime competition series returns for its sweet 16th search to find America’s favorite dancer. Returning host Cat Deeley and judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy will shine a spotlight on dancers who compete in a variety of dance disciplines including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation and breaking.
HBO’s five-part miniseries about the Chernobyl nuclear disaster concludes tonight with an episode titled “Vichnaya Pamyat.” Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, Emily Watson, Paul Ritter, Jessie Buckley, Adrian Rawlins and Con O’Neill star.
People Magazine Investigates: Cults
Investigation Discovery, 9pm
Season 2 investigates more of the twisted world of cults and how destructive and dangerous they can be to members and their families. The six episodes will include looks at the “Children of God” (tonight), the Manson family, and other cults.
Drain the Oceans: Secrets of D-Day
National Geographic, 9pm
World War II saw the greatest ever loss of ships and submarines at sea, and beneath the oceans lies a hidden graveyard of those vessels that has its own tale to tell. Using the latest sonar technology, National Geographic goes on a unique expedition to map the sunken Allied vessels off the Normandy coast, revealing stunning images from beneath the waves, and uncovers extraordinary, secret technology that was deployed by both the Allies and the Nazis in the battle for Western Europe.
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way
The tables are turned in this spinoff, which follows six Americans who move abroad to gamble on love in India, Qatar, South Africa, Ecuador, South Korea and Brazil.
Summer House: “Will You Bury Me?”
It’s the last weekend at the Summer House, and the crew gets together for one more epic “death of summer” party. Carl gets closer to Kristen, while Paige embraces being single. Kyle asks for Amanda’s father’s blessing for an engagement, but after getting a lukewarm response, begins to rethink his proposal.
Wedding Cake Championship
Food Network, 10pm
In this four-episode competition series hosted by Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski, some of the world’s best professional wedding cake bakers face extreme requests from special guests and real-life couples that test the limits of their skill and creativity. The bakers will present their creations to the couples themselves and to a panel of three expert judges from the wedding and baking worlds, including Maneet Chauhan, Kimberly Bailey and Randy Fenoli.
Pawn Stars: “He Shoots, He Pawns”
Rick plays ball with NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on some of his most prized personal memorabilia. Then, Chumlee goes for bronze with a bust of Michelangelo’s famous Pietà. Later, Rick receives some correspondence from Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Will this be Rick’s last stand, or will he conquer the deal?
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
In Season 2 of the true-crime series, veteran police sergeant Derrick Levasseur continues his search for answers to perplexing cold cases. In the premiere episode, Levasseur teams with local Asheboro, N.C., law enforcement to examine the case of a 16-year-old woman who disappeared following a midnight ride with her neighbor. Her body was eventually discovered miles from where she was last seen alive. Could someone in this small town hold the key to solving her murder?
Hitler’s Last Stand: Lost Battalion
National Geographic, 10pm
On June 6, 1944, the Allies finally land troops in Normandy, France, to open the Western front, but after the surprise of the D-Day landings and Allied advances, Nazi loyalists dig in, determined to keep a merciless grip on the towns, strongholds and fortresses of occupied Europe to defend the Third Reich. These are the stories of desperate battles waged on the edge of defeat, not just for victory but for survival.
Tuesday, June 4
Amazon Prime Video
As the Jonas Brothers — Nick, Joe and Kevin — prepare for the release of their new album Happiness Begins, the pop trio presents an intimate look at their musical journeys from their New Jersey childhoods until now.
The Big Interview With Dan Rather: “Travis Tritt”
AXS TV, 8pm
Country star Travis Tritt sits down for a chat with Dan Rather.
In tonight’s two-hour season finale, one of the remaining young home cooks will earn the title of this season’s MasterChef Junior champion and win a $100,000 prize.
Dance Moms: The Return of Abby
Immediately preceding the Season 8 premiere of Dance Moms, this one-hour special follows dance instructor and choreographer Abby Lee Miller as she rebuilds her life and her dance company after a stint in prison, emergency spinal surgery and a diagnosis of Burkitt lymphoma, a rare, aggressive type of cancer. Abby is determined to triumph over tragedy and returns to Pittsburgh’s Abby Lee Dance Company to train a new crop of talented young dancers and turn them into stars.
America’s Got Talent: “Auditions 2”
The auditions continue as 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, but there are only four hits left for the lucky acts to go directly to the live shows in Los Angeles to compete for America’s vote.
Celebrating the Counterculture: The Films of 1969
TCM, beginning at 8pm
The first three Tuesdays of this month will feature Turner Classic Movies’ tribute to the 50th anniversary of a number of revolutionary films from the late ’60s and early ’70s. Things begin tonight with the director’s cut of the Oscar-winning documentary Woodstock (1970), followed by the biker classic Easy Rider (1969) and more.
The smash dance series that turned JoJo Siwa, Chloe Lukasiak, and Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler into household names returns, and Abby Lee Miller showcases her newest pint-sized talents as they fight for coveted spots on her elite Abby Lee Dance Company team. While the kids show off their best grand jetés in back-to-back new episodes, their moms will feud among themselves in big, behind-the-scenes drama.
National Geographic, 9pm
One famous day. Five heroes. Five key turning points that changed the course of World War II during the D-Day landings, told through the eyes of the people who made a difference. Using rarely seen archives, dramatic reconstruction and written accounts from eyewitnesses and personal testimony from our five heroes, this is D-Day as never seen before.
Animal Kingdom: “Angela”
The second episode of Season 4 finds J (Finn Cole) reconsidering his relationship with Smurf (Ellen Barkin) after he gets bad news about Morgan’s death. Frankie (Dichen Lachman) lures Craig (Ben Robson) with the promise of another big score. The arrival of an old family friend surprises Pope (Shawn Hatosy), and Deran (Jake Weary) questions if Adrian (Spencer Treat Clark) is really ready to accept him for who he is.
Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: “Brandon”
In 2001, a group of teens, including 15-year-old Brandon, kidnapped and raped Melissa, a 21-year-old college student in Youngstown, Ohio. Brandon was tried as an adult and sentenced to 141 years in prison without parole. Seventeen years later the Ohio Supreme Court agreed that Brandon’s sentence is the equivalent of life without parole and therefore unconstitutional. He has been granted the opportunity for a new sentence.
Blood & Treasure: “The Secret of Macho Grande”
In the new episode “The Secret of Macho Grande,” a vital clue leads Danny (Matt Barr) and Lexi (Sofia Pernas) to an Austrian castle where the Germans may have hidden Cleopatra’s sarcophagus during World War II.
True Conviction: “Death Undercover”
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
Nancy Klinger, a young mother of three, moved to Riverside, Calif., to get away from her troubled past. The opportunity of a lifetime presents itself when she is accepted into the undercover division of the local police. But Nancy never returns from her first assignment. Years later, officers searching a desolate area on an unrelated case stumble over her remains. After nearly three decades and multiple copycat murders, will Nancy’s killer finally face justice?
America Unearthed: “Alien Artifacts”
Travel Channel, 10pm
Host Scott Wolter is intrigued by artifacts unearthed in central Mexico that depict Mesoamerican people worshipping beings that might be described as aliens. After learning the artifacts are over 9,000 years old, Wolter heads to Veracruz to investigate for himself. The hunt leads him into caves with strange inscriptions hinting that an unknown ancient society may have had contact with extraterrestrial life.
USA Network, 11pm
This unscripted family sitcom centers around Melissa Radke and her big, loud Southern family. After leaving her dreams behind in Nashville, Melissa moved back to Lufkin, the small East Texas town in which she was born and raised. This outspoken Southern mom will offer her opinion on almost anything, even if no one asks.
Wednesday, June 5
The Handmaid’s Tale
In Season 3 of Hulu’s award-winning smash hit drama based on Margaret Atwood’s novel, June (Elisabeth Moss) intensifies her struggle against the totalitarian rule of Gilead. Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Alexis Bledel and Ann Dowd also return in their starring roles, and Bradley Whitford is promoted to series regular this season. The first three episodes are available today, with 10 additional new episodes premiering Wednesdays.
The acclaimed “techno-paranoia” anthology series that taps into people’s unease with the modern world is back for Season 5. There are only three episodes in the new season, with little plot details at this point. But the cast will include the likes of Anthony Mackie, Miley Cyrus, Topher Grace, Andrew Scott, Pom Klementieff and more.
2019 CMT Music Awards
CMT, 8pm Live
Country quartet Little Big Town hosts the annual awards ceremony that celebrates the biggest names in country music. Each winner is selected by the fans.
After a cliffhanger spring finale, the black-ish spinoff starring Yara Shahidi returns with new episodes that will explore topics including cultural appropriation, mental health and academic scandals. Fan favorite actor Diggy Simmons has been promoted to a series regular.
American Ninja Warrior: “Atlanta City Qualifiers”
The competition series heads to Atlanta for the City Qualifying Round. Notable competitors include last season’s Last Ninja Standing Drew Drechsel and former New England Patriot Tyrone Poole, who will face up to six challenging obstacles, including Off the Hook and Ferris Wheel, which are new to the course this year.
Russia’s Wild Sea
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
Located almost 4,000 miles from Moscow in Russia’s Far East, the Sea of Okhotsk is a constant survival battleground for humans and a range of wildlife that includes orcas and humpback whales, as well as tigers prowling the forests. This two-part special from award-winning director Franz Hafner tells the fascinating stories of the region’s inhabitants and presents the incredible contrasts of the sea’s beauty and wilderness.
Jane the Virgin: “Chapter Ninety-Two”
The CW, 9pm
With Jorge (guest star Alfonso DiLuca) officially moved into Alba’s (Ivonne Coll) house with his stuff, the dynamic has quickly changed, making Jane (Gina Rodriguez) uncomfortable. Rafael (Justin Baldoni) and Jane work on their co-parenting of Mateo (Elias Janssen) now that they have a potential way to help him. Xo (Andrea Navedo) is nervous about her last PET scan and what the results could show.
The King Who Fooled Hitler
National Geographic, 9pm
This landmark film unearths exclusive new documents — secret letters, correspondence and diary entries — about D-Day that shed new light on the deception that fooled Hitler. In a tale of double agents and decoys, the investigation reveals for the first time the identity of the most secret agent of them all: George VI. It also uncovers how the queen and the future Queen Elizabeth II were enlisted in the ruse, and how the royal household managed to lose one of Britain’s greatest secrets of World War II.
Fatal Addiction: Hollywood’s Secret Epidemic
REELZ Channel, 9pm
Journalist Nancy O’Dell hosts this special that asks if Hollywood may be part of America’s opioid epidemic, given drug use depicted in movies, TV shows and music. The program explores how drug use has affected the lives of celebrities like Robert Downey Jr., Russell Brand and Demi Lovato, and claimed the lives of others, like Prince, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson and Heath Ledger.
In Search of Monsters: “The Ozark Howler”
Travel Channel, 9pm
Recently disclosed audio recordings and astonishing game-camera photographs provide the most conclusive evidence to date that an elusive and terrifying black beast with horns, known for centuries as the Ozark Howler, may have demonic origins.
Lone Star Justice
Investigation Discovery, 10pm
This six-part true-crime series follows Sheriff J.B. Smith, a veteran detective of Smith County, Texas, as he and his team recount a specific case in each episode. In the premiere episode, Smith and his detectives delve into a 2010 incident in which the bullet-riddled body of a 19-year-old college student was found by her younger sibling. They split up to interview friends, known criminals and every possible lead. However, it is a minute crime scene detail spotted by forensics that leads to the case’s shocking conclusion.
The InBetween: “Made of Stone”
Tom (Paul Blackthorne) and Damien (Justin Cornwell) enlist Cassie’s (Harriet Dyer) help when a mother and her young son mysteriously vanish. When suspicion turns to the woman’s husband, Cassie’s visions reveal a darker, more vengeful plot. Meanwhile, Ed Roven (Sean Bolger) returns with an offer for Cassie.
Thursday, June 6
Tennis: French Open: Women’s Semifinals
NBC, 11am Live
NBC airs both French Open women’s singles semifinal matches from Roland Garros in Paris.
Saving Private Ryan
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, AMC presents Steven Spielberg’s 1998 film, which stars an ensemble cast including Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Tom Sizemore and Edward Burns.
iZombie: “The Scratchmaker”
The CW, 8pm
After consuming the brain of the ultimate matchmaker, Liv (Rose McIver) is determined to find the perfect match for Major (Robert Buckley). Meanwhile, Blaine (David Anders) will stoop to any level to protect himself. Lastly, Don E (Bryce Hodgson) contemplates an interesting offer.
FOX, 8pm Live
In the two-hour season finale of the unscripted dating competition series hosted by Kristin Cavallari, one couple will walk away with a massive cash prize, and maybe even love.
The Cold Blue
HBO presents this gripping documentary from director Erik Nelson that takes an inside look at the World War II pilots and crew of the Eighth Air Force. The film uses newly restored 4K footage and outtakes shot by director William Wyler for his 1944 documentary The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress, which were found in the vaults of the National Archives.
In Season 8 of the reality series, the stakes skyrocket for the men and women of the mountains as they all face major turning points in pursuit of their proud and independent way of life. Plus, one of the series’ most beloved characters says a final goodbye as he heads off to conquer new uncharted lands.
Life in Pieces: “X Box Glimpse Spotlight”
In the new episode “X Box Glimpse Spotlight,” Heather (Betsy Brandt) and Tim (Dan Bakkedahl) try not to freak out when they get an emergency text from Samantha (Holly J. Barrett) in the middle of the night.
Unspouse My House
Designer and self-proclaimed breakup expert Orlando Soria works with newly single clients to overhaul their homes and heal their lonely hearts with laughter, support and beautiful design. In each episode, Soria infuses the homes with personalized design elements and delights the client with a surprise space that they didn’t know he was going to renovate.
This new series follows the daily work at Prison Break Tattoos, a unique shop in Houston that specializes in creating meaningful tattoos for first responders. Bringing together artists who have a connection to the world of first responders and understand their sense of duty, Prison Break Tattoos is a haven for clients to share their stories and pay tribute to the moments on the job that have had a profound impact on their lives.
Elementary: “The Price of Admission”
While Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) looks for a way back to the United States, Watson (Lucy Liu) helps the NYPD investigate a murder at a storage facility that caters to wealthy clients in the new episode “The Price of Admission.”
Season 6 of the survival competition introduces a new set of men and women to face brutally freezing conditions as they try to last as long as possible deep in the Canadian Arctic for a chance to win $500,000. One competitor comes face-to-face with a local predator, another takes a false step that could result in a game-changing injury and all are caught unprepared when the Arctic winter swoops in with a speed no one expected.
Ms. T’s Music Factory
Former recording artist Temmora Levy is on a mission to help future superstars achieve their dreams at her Arommet Academy, a Memphis-area artist development academy. Each episode follows Levy as she juggles the challenges of helping her clients achieve their potential, dealing with stage parents, managing her daughter Miesha Michelle’s pop girl group KARMA, and keeping up with the daily demands of motherhood and marriage.
Queen of the South
USA Network, 10pm
In Season 4, Teresa (Alice Braga) fights to carve out a place as a full-fledged partner in Camila Vargas’ (Veronica Falcón) cartel. But as enemies close in from both sides of the law, Teresa is forced to choose between her new makeshift family and the man she loves.
Sanford and Son
Watch this classic comedy from the beginning. Tonight, the popular retro channel airs the 1972 premiere that introduces the junk-dealer duo (Redd Foxx and Demond Wilson). Reruns continue Monday-Friday, 10pm to midnight.
Friday, June 7
In Season 3 of the futuristic sci-fi drama from Brazil, one year has passed. The Shell, conceived as an alternative to the Offshore and the Inland, is now established as a place where everyone is welcome. But a catastrophic sandstorm, coupled with a suspicious malfunction, destroys its food and water supply. With the threat of hunger, the residents demand a process to determine who will stay at the Shell.
Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City
Return to 28 Barbary Lane in this follow-up to the 1990s PBS drama based on Armistead Maupin’s books. That series was set in the 1970s; this one takes place today, with Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis reprising their respective original roles of Mary Ann Singleton and Anna Madrigal, and new cast members including Ellen Page as Mary Ann’s daughter Shawna.
The Black Godfather
This documentary charts the exceptional and unlikely rise of Clarence Avant, a music executive who eventually influenced, and continues to influence, legends from all walks of life, from entertainment to politics, including Bill Withers, Quincy Jones, Muhammad Ali, Hank Aaron, Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, and more. Reginald Hudlin directed the film, which includes interviews with Snoop Dogg, Sean Combs, Diane Warren, Lionel Richie, Cicely Tyson, Jamie Foxx and others.
The Chef Show
Netflix’s latest entry in its collection of popular food-centric programming finds actor/director Jon Favreau and award-winning chef Roy Choi reuniting after their critically acclaimed film Chef to embark on a new adventure. The two friends experiment with favorite recipes and techniques as they bake, cook, explore and collaborate with some of the biggest names in the entertainment and culinary worlds. Guests will include Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Bill Burr, Tom Holland, Robert Rodriguez and more.
Another canceled broadcast series gets a revival on Netflix as Kiefer Sutherland’s drama survives for a third season. Sutherland plays a lower-level presidential cabinet member who is suddenly sworn in as president after a catastrophic attack during the State of the Union address kills everyone above him in the line of succession.
I Am Mother
This sci-fi thriller is about a teenage girl (Clara Rugaard) who is the first of a new generation of humans to be raised by Mother (Rose Byrne), a robot designed to repopulate the earth after the extinction of humanity. But the pair’s unique relationship is threatened when an injured stranger (Hilary Swank) arrives with news that calls into question everything Daughter has been told about the outside world, as well as her Mother’s intentions.
Tennis: French Open: Men’s Semifinals
NBC, 11am Live
The French Open men’s singles semifinal matches take place today at Roland Garros in Paris.
Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: France vs. Korea Republic
FS1, 3pm Live
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer tournament in France kicks off today with Korea Republic taking on the hosts today at Parc des Princes in Paris. The U.S. Women’s National Team are the reigning champions and favorites to repeat, with other top contenders including Germany, England, France, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Japan and Sweden. FOX, FS1 and FS2 combine to air every game live through July 7.
Masters of Illusion
The CW, 8pm
Hosted by Dean Cain, this show features amazing magic performed by cutting-edge illusionists, with escape artists and performers displaying skills ranging from perplexing interactive mind magic to hilarious comedy routines — all in front of a studio audience.
The Big Stage
The CW, 9pm
This new series, hosted by Elizabeth Stanton and James Maslow, is the ultimate non-competitive platform for talented acts from around the world to display their mastery of performance. The show features disciplines ranging from singing and stand-up routines to impressive acrobatics and aerial dance, along with everything in between.
This new documentary tells the historic story of whistleblower Chelsea Manning, a trans woman soldier who was sentenced to prison for 35 years after leaking information about the U.S.’ involvement in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Saturday, June 8
Tennis: French Open: Women’s Final
NBC, 9am Live
The French Open women’s singles final match takes place on the red clay courts of Roland Garros in Paris. Romania’s Simona Halep won the Suzanne Lenglen cup over runner-up Sloane Stephens last year.
Horse Racing: Belmont Stakes
NBC, 4pm Live
The controversial conclusion to the Kentucky Derby, in which Country House was declared the winner after Maximum Security was disqualified, made a total mess of this year’s Triple Crown season. There wasn’t even a rematch at the Preakness. Fortunately, it will all be over today as the 151st Belmont Stakes takes place at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y.
A Star Is Born
HBO presents Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, a new take on the iconic love story portrayed in three previous films of the same name. The drama, which was nominated for eight Oscars and won for Best Original Song, tells the story of famous musician Jack (Cooper) and struggling artist Ally (Lady Gaga), who come together onstage and in life.
Adriana Trigiani’s Very Valentine
Greenwich Village’s Angelini Shoe Company has been making exquisite wedding shoes since 1903 but now teeters on the brink of financial collapse. To save the family business from ruin, Valentine Roncalli (Kelen Coleman) — apprentice to and granddaughter of master artisan Teodora Angelini (Jacqueline Bisset) — attempts to bring the family’s old-world craftsmanship into the 21st century.
My Boyfriend’s Back: Wedding March 5
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Wedding planner Annalise (Cindy Busby) is busy planning a wedding at Mick and Olivia’s (Jack Wagner and Josie Bissett) inn when she finds out the best man is her ex-boyfriend Brad (Tyler Hynes). Luckily, she and Brad work through their awkwardness, and he helps save the day when an investor makes a surprise visit to the inn. And with love in the air, Mick and Olivia celebrate the 25th anniversary of their first date.
Howie Mandel’s Animals Doing Things
Nat Geo Wild, 10pm
Howie Mandel teams up with the popular and entertaining Instagram account @AnimalsDoingThings for a second season of bringing the internet’s funniest animal videos to TV. Mandel narrates each episode of the series to bring his signature sense of humor to never-before-seen videos of animals doing amazing, adorable and hilarious things.