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Saturday, June 22: AMC’s ‘The Son’: Can the McCullough Family Band Together?

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Saturday, June 22

The Son: “The Bear”
AMC, 9pm

In the series’ penultimate episode, “The Bear,” Young Eli’s tribe encounters soldiers that make an unexpected offer in 1852. In 1916, Pete makes a decision that could tear the family apart.

Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Round of 16
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 11:30am Live

The Round of 16 or “Knockout Stage” of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France kicks off today with Germany vs. Nigeria on FS1 and Norway vs. Australia on FOX.

Major League Baseball
FS1 & FOX, beginning at 4pm Live

Saturday MLB action on FOX Sports begins with the Detroit Tigers at the Cleveland Indians in an AL Central clash on FS1. In the primetime regional game on FOX, viewers will see either the Houston Astros at the N.Y. Yankees, the Colorado Rockies at the L.A. Dodgers or the Atlanta Braves at the Washington Nationals.

BIG3 Basketball
CBS, 8pm Live

The professional 3-on-3 basketball league begins its 11-week season tonight at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. CBS and CBS Sports Network combine to air BIG3 action on Saturdays and Sundays through the championship game Sept. 1.

To Have and to Hold
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!

Erika Christensen stars as a woman who reconnects and falls in love with her now-successful former teenage crush (Antonio Cupo) but learns that being a part of his world means giving up her own dreams. And when she discovers that he is repeatedly unfaithful, she finds herself falling for the boyfriend (Andy Favreau) of her best friend (Carmel Amit).

Iron Chef America: “Zakarian vs. Taymor”
Cooking Channel, 9pm

Coastal Californian chef Ari Taymor rides a wave of success into Kitchen Stadium and immediately goes up against Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Judges Leslie Bargar Suter and Dr. Woo will determine the winner.

The Last Bridesmaid
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Original Film!

Becca (Rachel Boston) is always a bridesmaid, but at her cousin’s wedding she meets and bonds with Kyle (Paul Campbell), the handsome videographer covering every stage of the planning, and the charming best man, Aidan. Perhaps she won’t be the last woman standing for long.

Sunday, June 23

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Toyota/Save Mart 350
FS1, 3pm Live

After 19 seasons, FOX NASCAR analyst Darrell Waltrip will retire following FS1’s coverage of the Toyota/Save Mart 350 today at California’s Sonoma Raceway.

FOX PBC Fight Night
FOX, 7pm Live

After the  undercard bouts, the night’s main event — airing live from Las Vegas — features former super welterweight champion Jermell Charlo versus Jorge Cota.

License to Kill
Oxygen, 7pm
New Series!

This new series investigates the jaw-dropping cases of murderous doctors, nurses and medical professionals. Hosted by renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Terry Dubrow (Botched), the episodes chronicle the harrowing accounts of patients put into jeopardy by medical professionals’ insidious use of their expertise.

Apollo’s Moon Shot: “Triumph and Tragedy”
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm

The Space Race moves from initial sprint to middle-distance endurance. Project Gemini tests longer flights, rendezvous, docking and spacewalks. After near-tragic trial and error, it hands the baton to Project Apollo. But a fire kills three astronauts – and threatens to derail the project’s shot at a moon landing.

Highwire Live in Times Square With Nik Wallenda
ABC, 8pm Live

“King of the Highwire” Nik Wallenda and his sister, Lijana, seventh-generation members of the Wallenda family circus troupe, will return to the highwire for a never-before-attempted live walk approximately 1,300 feet long and 25 stories above street level, across New York City’s iconic Times Square.

2019 BET Awards
BET, 8pm Live

Hip-hop artist Cardi B leads the nominees for this year’s installment of the ceremony that honors stars in entertainment and philanthropy. She has seven nominations, followed by Drake with five. Beyoncé, Travis Scott and J. Cole are tied with four nods each. Filmmaker Tyler Perry will be honored with the Ultimate Icon Award for his cultural impact. Regina Hall (Support the Girls, Black Monday), who is nominated in the Best Actress category, hosts.

Burden of Truth: “Guilty By Association”
The CW, 8pm

Joanna (Kristin Kreuk) and Billy (Peter Mooney) join forces again to help a friend. Meanwhile, Joanna is forced to deal with her father (Alex Carter).

Good Witch: “The Prince”
Hallmark Channel, 8pm

Cassie (Catherine Bell) hosts a royal guest at Grey House, but when shocking news emerges, the visiting royal risks hurting someone he’s grown to care for. Plus, Sam (James Denton) gets a visit from an old friend in need of his medical expertise but soon discovers that his cure may lie in Cassie’s intuition.

A Lie to Die For
Oxygen, 8pm
New Series!

Uncover the extreme lengths individuals will go to keep their lies hidden — lies so significantly life-changing that people are willing to kill in order to protect the truth from getting out. In each episode, viewers will follow the twists and turns investigators take as they dissect how each complex lie turned into a horrific tragedy.

Atomic Age Declassified: “Spies in Space”
Smithsonian Channel, 9pm

For 50 years, one of America’s most closely guarded secrets — a military spy station in space called the Manned Orbiting Laboratory — remained a mystery. But now, with recently declassified interviews and footage, “Spies in Space” reveals the key role this program played in the Cold War. While Apollo grabbed the public spotlight in the race to the moon, the team behind the Manned Orbiting Laboratory worked in the shadows to give America the eyes and ears it needed to navigate an increasingly dangerous world. “Spies in Space” will be the first television program to showcase rare footage of the U-2 planes; GRAB and POPPY SIGINT satellites and the CORONA, GAMBIT and HEXAGON imaging satellite systems; as well as air interviews from Manned Orbiting Laboratory crew members and other top experts in the field to tell the story of the space race’s unsung heroes.

Fear the Walking Dead: “Skidmark”
AMC, 9pm

Charlie (Alexa Nisenson) makes a friend, while Strand (Colman Domingo), Wendell (Daryl Mitchell) and Sarah’s (Mo Collins) rescue mission hits a snag. Elsewhere, Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Luciana (Danay Garcia) and Morgan (Lennie James) struggle to fulfill their mission.

The Good Fight
CBS, 9pm

Season 1 of CBS All Access’ The Good Fight continues on CBS with two episodes tonight. In “The Schtup List,” Adrian (Delroy Lindo) and Barbara (Erica Tazel) face a cruel realization about a high-profile client. Then in “Henceforth Known as Property,” Diane (Christine Baranski) and Lucca (Cush Jumbo) represent an ovarian cancer survivor who is looking to regain custody of her previously donated embryos.

Apollo 11
CNN, 9pm

Relive the 1969 moon landing just in time for its 50th anniversary, with restored footage depicting the entire event — from the hardworking team at NASA to the hundreds of people lined up and waiting for launch to the actual landing itself.

Endeavour: “Apollo”
PBS, 9pm

A car accident proves to be murder, leading Endeavour to investigate suspects in the Oxford astrophysics department and a TV puppet studio.

The Michael Jackson Story
REELZ Channel, 9pm

Just a few days before the 10th anniversary of his passing, this special hosted by Natalie Morales explores Michael Jackson’s life.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!: “Showstoppers”
Travel Channel, 9pm

This episode looks at people who produce unbelievable spectacles through daring skill and years of practice. Among them are the Lords of Lightning, three British men who channel electricity through Tesla coils to fling millions of volts at each other in a duel. Domino master Lily Hevish creates a thank-you to her million-plus social media followers with a setup requiring 39,000 dominoes that must all fall perfectly to succeed. And April Choi uses her engineering background in fluid dynamics to master the art of whipping.

Adolf Island
Smithsonian Channel, 10pm

In 1945, British investigators arrived on the British Channel Islands and discovered evidence of terrible crimes committed by the SS. The crime scene was a classified secret, but 70 years later, forensic investigator Caroline Sturdy-Colls sets out to reveal the truth about what happened on Adolf Island.

NOS4A2: “The House of Sleep”
AMC, 10pm

In the new episode “The House of Sleep,” Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) seeks the Wraith and learns that she must trust her supernatural gift. Meanwhile, a body surfaces in Haverhill.

Yellowstone Live
National Geographic & Nat Geo Wild, 10pm
Season Premiere!

This four-day event showcases the extraordinary wildlife and stunning landscapes of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. This season will feature the “Bison Cam,” showing the perspective of America’s heaviest land animal for the first time, and the “Burrow Cam,” offering a live peek inside the burrow of American prairie dogs. Viewers will also see a beaver family inside their lodge and bald eagles in their nest. Journalists Josh Elliott and Jenna Wolfe and animal expert Chris Packham return as cohosts and report live from various points within the park.

Jamestown
PBS, 10:30pm

Henry and Winganuske clash when their child falls ill. A rebellious young boy arrives in town, and Meredith takes an instant shine to him. Jocelyn sees an opportunity to forge a relationship with the Pamunkey and does so to spite Yeardley.

Monday, June 24

American Ninja Warrior: “Seattle/Tacoma City Qualifiers”
NBC, 8pm

The competition moves indoors for the first time ever in the Tacoma Dome for the City Qualifying Round. Competitors will face up to six challenging obstacles, including Lunatic Ledges and Barrel Roll, which are new to the course this year. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila host, and Zuri Hall joins the show as sideline reporter.

Smithsonian Time Capsule: “Beyond Stonewall”
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm

On June 28, 1969, a routine police raid of a gay bar in Greenwich Village in New York City ignited violent protests that lasted several days. Fifty years later, the Stonewall uprising has become legendary in the history of America’s struggle for civil rights, and is widely celebrated as the birth of the modern gay and lesbian liberation movement. The Smithsonian Channel honors the 50th anniversary of this iconic event by taking viewers on a fascinating journey into more than 150 years of LGBTQ+ American history in this documentary special.

The Best Thing I Ever Ate: “Genuine Legends”
Cooking Channel, 9pm

From America’s best pancakes to the ultimate doughnuts, find out which dishes make the cut and go down in history as true legends. Legendary chef Wolfgang Puck makes history with the world’s most perfect seafood dish ever, Geoffrey Zakarian tells the tale of the infamous Caesar salad, and more.

Years and Years
HBO, 9pm
New Series!

In the period from 2019 to 2034, an ordinary family in the north of England tries to muddle through as technology advances — and democracy fails — in this satiric drama from Russell T Davies (Doctor Who). Emma Thompson costars.

Farrah Fawcett: Behind Closed Doors
REELZ Channel, 9pm

A day before the 10th anniversary of her passing, this special looks back at the life and career of Farrah Fawcett. Sharing firsthand accounts of life with Fawcett are family members and friends. Journalist Natalie Morales hosts.

NBA Awards
TNT, 9pm Live

The NBA Finals are over, but the Association still has some trophies to hand out. Will any go to the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo, up for both MVP and Defensive Player of the Year?

Legion
FX, 10pm
Season Premiere!

The third and final season of Noah Hawley’s mind-bending drama based on the Marvel Comics series finds David (Dan Stevens) at odds with everyone he once considered a friend. David enlists the help of a young mutant, Switch (Lauren Tsai), whose secret ability is key to his plans to repair the damage he caused. Stephanie Corneliussen will play David’s mother, Gabrielle, and Harry Lloyd will play his father, Professor X.

Pawn Stars
History, 10pm

Holy smokes, is that really a Picasso?

The Hills: New Beginnings
MTV, 10pm
New Series!
Based on The Hills, the series that changed the reality TV landscape, this much buzzed-about revival will reunite original cast members and add notable newcomers as they write their newest chapters in relationships, romance and success. Brandon Thomas Lee and Mischa Barton will join original cast members Audrina Patridge, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado, Heidi Pratt, Jason Wahler, Justin “Bobby” Brescia, Spencer Pratt, Stephanie Pratt and Whitney Port.

Grand Hotel: “Smokeshow”
ABC, 10pm

Gigi (Roselyn Sánchez) attempts to step in to save the hotel after El Rey’s (Jencarlos Canelo) performance gets out of control. Meanwhile, Danny’s (Lincoln Younes) cover is blown by one of the hotel staffers, and Ingrid’s (Anne Winters) deception forces Javi (Bryan Craig) to step up and take responsibility for his actions.

POV: “The Gospel of Eureka”
PBS, 10pm

The spotlight is beaming on drag shows and passion plays in an Arkansas town. With verve, humor and unfailing compassion, The Gospel of Eureka builds unexpected bridges between religious faith and sexual orientation.

Tuesday, June 25

Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Round of 16
FS1, beginning at 12pm Live

The FIFA Women’s World Cup in France concludes the Round of 16 today with the first-place team from Group C taking on a third-place team from Groups A, B or F in Montpellier, followed by the first-place team from Group E going up against the Group D runners-up in Rennes.

Big Brother
CBS, 8pm
Season Premiere!

CBS’s long-running reality competition Big Brother has always brought the strangers-forced-to-live-together drama, but let’s not overlook the fun part: the challenges. When Season 21 kicks off with a two-night premiere, 16 houseguests begin their three-month crusade for a $500,000 prize (and the notice of host Julie Chen Moonves). But first — in a season that embraces the great outdoors — they have to get through a silly summer camp.

Secrets of the Dead: “World War Speed”
PBS, 8pm

Follow historian James Holland on his quest to understand how the use of amphetamines affected the course of World War II and unleashed the first pharmacological arms race.

The 100: “The Old Man and the Anomaly”
The CW, 9pm

Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) and Diyoza (guest star Ivana Milicevic) make their way to the mysterious anomaly in search of the Old Man. Meanwhile, Murphy (Richard Harmon) has an offer for Emori (guest star Luisa d’Oliveira).

Chopped Junior
Food Network, 9pm
Season Premiere!

Jessica Alba joins chefs Scott Conant and Amanda Freitag for the new season’s first competition as four wannabe-cooks-with-curfews face an unappealing appetizer ingredient: beef tongue.

Tiananmen: The People Versus the Party
PBS, 9pm

Uncover the true story of the seven-week period that changed China forever. On June 4, 1989, a pro-democracy demonstration ended in violence, leaving thousands dead and laying the foundation for China’s future.

Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: “Ronald”
A&E, 10pm

In 1999, 17-year-old Ronald and two other teens sought to retaliate against Cordell for an alleged sexual assault, ultimately burning him alive in the woods. Ronald, with the aid of his 16-year-old girlfriend Kristel, brutally tortured and murdered Cordell, and both were sentenced to life without parole. Ronald is now 36 years old and has been granted a resentencing hearing.

Blood & Treasure: “Escape From Casablanca”
CBS, 10pm

In the new episode “Escape From Casablanca,” Danny (Matt Barr) and Lexi (Sofia Pernas) must improvise in order to stay alive and out of jail when they’re stuck in Casablanca with both law enforcement and their enemies hot on their trail.

Major League Baseball: Colorado at San Francisco
ESPN, 10pm Live

The Colorado Rockies are at Oracle Park in San Francisco for the second game of a three-game NL West division series against the Giants.

Songland: “Meghan Trainor”
NBC, 10pm

Grammy-winning artist Meghan Trainor visits to hear unknown songwriters pitch their original material to be her next hit song. Three of the most successful and sought-after writer-producers in music, Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally, mentor the songwriters to creatively adapt their songs to perfectly fit Trainor’s style. One song is chosen to be recorded by Trainor and released for a global audience.

Texicanas: “Chapter 8 – Independence Day”
Bravo, 10:30pm
Season Finale!

Anayancy’s charity event continues and Penny is now in the hot seat. Unhappy with the state of the ladies’ friendships, the men plan a 4th of July party to try to repair their relationships. Still upset with Penny, Karla gives her the cold shoulder when they join Luz and Janet at the San Antonio Gay Pride Parade.

Wednesday, June 26

The Handmaid’s Tale
Hulu

June (Elisabeth Moss) and the Waterfords (Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski) travel to Washington, D.C., now Gilead’s capital, where they encounter the influential Commander Winslow (Christopher Meloni), his wife (Elizabeth Reaser) and a whole bunch of creepy silent handmaids.

The Young and the Restless
CBS, 12:30pm

Casting coup! Now that rich boy Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and chef Lola Rosales (Sasha Calle) are engaged on The Young and the Restless, it only makes sense for the bride’s mother to visit Genoa City to meet (and evaluate!) her future son-in-law. And for the part of hardworking, controlling Rosales matriarch Celeste, the soap nabbed Daytime Emmy nominee Eva LaRue, who spent a total of eight years as Dr. Maria Santos Grey on All My Children and seven seasons on CSI: Miami.

MasterChef: “Hot & Spicy”
FOX, 8pm

The 17 remaining home cooks compete in a high-pressure mystery box challenge inspired by the special guest, Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio. But when the judges introduce a twist halfway through the challenge, the contestants will need to use all of their skills for a shot at immunity and an automatic spot in the top 15.

True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality
HBO, 8pm

This intimate portrait of Alabama public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson, founder and director of the Equal Justice Initiative, celebrates his longtime commitment to advocating on behalf of the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned, as well as his attempts to eradicate racial discrimination in the criminal justice system. The documentary also follows his struggle to create greater fairness in the system and shows how racial injustice emerged, evolved and continues to threaten the country.

Rivers of Life: “The Amazon”
PBS, 8pm

Marvel at boiling streams, crystal clear lagoons, pink river dolphins and a strange new reef, which are just some of the many secret and extreme worlds of the Amazon, one of the greatest river systems on Earth.

The Amazing Race
CBS, 9pm
Season Finale!

From the Swinging City to the Motor City: In the two-hour season ender, the final four white-knuckle through a London helicopter ride, rappel nearly 500 feet in Detroit, then hotfoot it to the finish line!

Jane the Virgin: “Chapter Ninety-Five”
The CW, 9pm

When Lina (guest star Diane Guerrero) comes to town, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is excited to see her until Lina asks her for a favor. Rafael (Justin Baldoni) begins to work with Petra (Yael Grobglas) again but old tensions create new problems between them. Rogelio (Jaime Camil) creates a plan to pressure the network to pick up his pilot.

Are You the One?
MTV, 9pm
Season Premiere!

Sixteen singles head off to Hawaii in hopes of finding their “perfect match” and splitting a $1 million cash prize. For the first time ever, all the singles identify as sexually fluid, meaning there are no gender limitations in perfect matches, and finding love is fair game.

2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Night #1
MSNBC, NBC & Telemundo, 9pm Live

Top candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president engage in their first primary debate live from Miami tonight and tomorrow night. Participating candidates were chosen based on a specific threshold set by the Democratic National Committee. The Telemundo simulcast will feature real-time Spanish-language translations.

Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations: “Sicily”
Cooking Channel, 10pm

Andrew Zimmern unveils Sicily’s edible icons. Known for artisanal comfort food such as crunchy fried rice balls, thick crust pizza, irresistibly creamy cannoli and a pasta that will make you sing, Sicilian cuisine is a timeless treasure made with classic Italian passion.

Archer: 1999: “Mr. Deadly Goes to Town”
FXX, 10pm

Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) and his hapless animated crew continue their adventures in deep space, tonight picking up an intergalactic hitchhiker called Mr. Deadly (guest Matt Berry of What We Do in the Shadows).

Lone Star Justice: “This One’s Yours”
Investigation Discovery, 10pm

Jeff Joplin, a well-liked and popular resident of Tyler, Texas, fails to show up for a scheduled family dinner. When his father goes to check on him, he is horrified to discover Jeff’s lifeless body — beaten, strangled and stabbed to death on the floor of his home. Although it initially looks like a robbery, it is a witness’ recollection that unravels a morbid conspiracy of love, greed and murder.

Krypton: “Will to Power”
Syfy, 10pm

The rebels gain advantage against Gen. Zod (Colin Salmon) as Seg (Cameron Cuffe) goes head-to-head with Brainiac (Blake Ritson).

Best Room Wins: “Bohemian Wrapsody”
Bravo, 10:30pm

Designers Sunshine and Barrie face off to completely reimagine the living and dining rooms and transform them into Bohemian style wonderlands. With just four days to complete the job, the designers face unexpected mold, strong homeowner opinions, and a very tight budget. Sunshine and Barrie have to dig deep to pull off the impossible and wow the judges.

Thursday, June 27

Soccer: FIFA Women’s World Cup: Quarterfinals
FOX, 3pm Live

The FIFA Women’s World Cup in France enters the quarterfinal round today with a match on FOX at Stade Océane in Le Havre, France.

Golf: U.S. Senior Open: First Round
FS1, 3pm Live

The U.S. Senior Open takes place June 27-30 at Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. FS1 and FOX combine to televise the tournament through Sunday.

MasterChef: “Gordon Takes on a Tarte”
FOX, 8pm

The elimination challenge asks the home cooks to replicate the tricky dish tarte Tatin — a French dessert accompanied by a silky crème anglaise sauce — in 60 minutes or risk being sent home.

The This Old House Hour
PBS, 8pm
Season Finale!

The granddaddy renovation series reveals the “after” for a lackluster midcentury box in Brookline, Mass. — and the modern marvel is a site to see. Plus: More inspection nightmares!

CFL Football: Edmonton at Winnipeg
ESPN2, 8:30pm Live

The Edmonton Eskimos are at the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for a Week 3 CFL clash at IG Field on ESPN2.

Life in Pieces
CBS, 9pm
Series Finale!

Life in Pieces ends its run on CBS with the final two episodes airing tonight. In “Cabana Hero Action Son,” the Short family takes a luxurious trip to the Bahamas. Then in “Reverse Burden District Germany,” each of the Short family members enters a new chapter in their lives.

2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Night #2
MSNBC, NBC & Telemundo, 9pm Live

Top candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president conclude their first primary debate live from Miami tonight.

Rosehaven
SundanceTV, 12am (late-night)

It’s not too late to join the cult of fans for this charming Australian comedy about Daniel (Luke McGregor) and Emma (Celia Pacquola), best friends living in rural Tasmania. Two Season 3 episodes air tonight; Seasons 1 and 2 are on Sundance Now.

Friday, June 28

CFL Football: Montreal at Hamilton
ESPN2, 7:30pm Live

ESPN2 airs this Week 3 CFL matchup between the Montreal Alouettes and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Hamilton’s Tim Hortons Field.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: “Toldja”
ABC, 8pm

After finding themselves in yet another gambling dilemma, a mysterious stranger offers Enoch and FitzSimmons a ride home where, it turns out, two shrikes aren’t better than one.

Whistleblower
CBS, 8pm

Tonight, two high-profile subjects: a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civilian who questioned a $7 billion contract awarded to Halliburton for work in Iraq, and a pharmaceutical rep who was fired and blackballed after refusing to sell an opioid-laced lollipop for minor ailments.

All in the Family: “Archie and the Editorial”
getTV, 8:30pm

This episode is ranked by getTV as one of the 10 most unforgettable. Just a few weeks before the 1972 presidential election, All in the Family began its third season with a pointed episode about gun control. It begins with Mike and Archie debating the merits of the Second Amendment, which conservative Archie defends (and liberal Mike of course, opposes). It ends with Archie delivering a now-famous television editorial in support of gun rights — and getting robbed soon after in Kelcy’s Bar. Sorrell Booke (Boss Hogg on The Dukes of Hazzard) guest-stars.

The Big Stage: “Fanciful Felines, Elegant Strength, and Tightrope Trampoline”
The CW, 9pm

Acts tonight include the Savitsky Cats, Omri & Paulina, Cubcakes, Elliott Yamin, Jackie Fabulous and Ben Schneider.

NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series: Camping World 225
FS1, 9pm Live

The Gander Outdoors Truck Series heads to Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., for the Camping World 225 night race on FS1.

CMT Crossroads: Brooks & Dunn and Friends
CMT, 10pm

This outdoor concert (taped in Nashville June 4) reunites the legendary country duo with some of the artists who guest on their No. 1 album of greatest-hits duets, Reboot. “Brand New Man” with Luke Combs is a toe-tapper, but we bet “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” with Midland steals the show.

Saturday, June 29

My Little Pony: Rainbow Roadtrip
Discovery Family Channel, 11:30am

The Mane Six hop a balloon for Hope Hollow, where Rainbow Dash has been invited to be the guest of honor at the town’s Rainbow Festival. But when they crash-land in town, the friends discover that the entire town and the ponies in it have been drained of color. While Twilight Sparkle tries to uncover the mystery of the faded colors, her friends help the townsponies plan a new rainbow festival and restore hope to the hollow.

Major League Baseball
FOX & FS1, beginning at 1pm Live

A full Saturday of MLB action begins on FOX with the N.Y. Yankees and Boston Red Sox playing in London for the first regular season game held in Europe. Then on FS1, the Washington Nationals are at the Detroit Tigers in an interleague matchup. In the primetime regional game on FOX, viewers will see either the L.A. Dodgers at the Colorado Rockies, the Pittsburgh Pirates at the Milwaukee Brewers or the Seattle Mariners at the Houston Astros.

Driven
NBC, 2pm
Season Finale!

In the Season 2 finale of Golf Channel’s Driven docuseries, get a behind-the-scenes look at how elite programs Oklahoma State, Auburn and Alabama fared at the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships.

NASCAR Xfinity Series: Camping World 300
NBCSN, 3:30pm Live

Tyler Reddick, Christopher Bell, Cole Custer, Austin Cindric and other top stars of the NASCAR Xfinity Series compete at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., for the Camping World 300.

Family Pictures
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!

Justina Machado and Elisabeth Röhm star as two strangers living on opposite sides of the country, busy with motherhood and professional and social lives. But when their daughters meet on a college campus and become friends, they discover a shocking secret that upends their lives. Both women are unwilling to fall victim to their circumstances and team up to fight for their families. Matt Passmore also stars.

The Bobby DeBarge Story
TV One, 8pm
Original Film!
Roshon Fegan takes on the title role in this biopic about the eldest sibling of famed ’80s pop group DeBarge. The film chronicles Bobby’s struggles with fame and fortune, exploring his rise to stardom, dysfunctional childhood, romantic relationships, struggles with substance abuse, incarceration and failing health. Tyra Ferrell, Blue Kimble and Adrian Marcel also star, with rapper Big Boi portraying legendary music mogul Berry Gordy.

The Son
AMC, 9pm
Series Finale!

Tonight, the Western series starring Pierce Brosnan ends with the final episode, titled “Legend.”

Iron Chef America: “Izard vs. Battes”
Cooking Channel, 9pm

Chef Erik Battes applies modern takes to an ancient ingredient in a battle against Iron Chef Stephanie Izard. Michael Voltaggio and Ching-He Huang will determine the winner of this fierce competition.

Sister of the Bride
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Original Film!

Last call for June you-know-whats! Becca Tobin and Ryan Rottman star in a romance about an impatient-to-wed couple.

Ramy Youssef: Feelings
HBO, 10pm

On the heels of his groundbreaking Hulu series comes Ramy Youssef’s first ever HBO standup special. The Egyptian-American comedian shares anecdotes about his love of LeBron James, the best day of the week to pray and more.