Thursday, July 9
Japan Sinks: 2020
Netflix
New Series!
This anime series is an adaptation of Sakyo Komatsu’s bestselling science-fiction novel. It follows an ordinary family who is put to the test as a series of massive earthquakes throws Japan into total mayhem. 
 
Burden of Truth: “Shelter From the Storm”
The CW, 8pm
Season Finale!
With the trial against ClearDawn labs fast approaching, Joanna (Kristin Kreuk) and Billy (Peter Mooney) are busy preparing their witnesses and finalizing the evidence. With time running out, Joanna works desperately to save Kodie’s (Sera-Lys McArthur) children from a lasting childhood trauma, when the memory of her own trauma leads her to a big breakthrough at trial.
 
Max von Sydow Memorial Tribute
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!
Swedish actor Max von Sydow is one of the legendary stars we’ve lost in 2020; he passed away March 8 at age 90. He left his mark on both Swedish and American cinema, and tonight’s film tribute to the actor celebrates both, with an understandably heavy focus on the iconic films he made in Sweden with famed director Ingmar Bergman. The lineup begins with Woody Allen’s Hannah and Her Sisters(1986), followed by Bergman’s The Seventh Seal(1957), Jan Troell’s The Emigrants(1971) and two more von Sydow/Bergman pairings, The Virgin Spring(1960) and Hour of the Wolf(1968).
 
Cannonball
USA Network, 8pm
New Series!
Hosted by Rocsi Diaz and WWE Superstar Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, this new 10-episode competition series features contestants from all across America facing off in one of the biggest, wettest, slippery-est water sports competition ever created. From sliding off a 100-foot waterslide to rocketing off one of the world’s fastest drop towers, contestants will battle a variety of water obstacles to win a $10,000 cash prize.
 
The Real Housewives of New York City: “Not Feeling Jovani”
Bravo, 9pm
Dorinda hosts the women at Blue Stone Manor for a relaxing weekend in the Berkshires. Sonja confronts Luann about paying her less than she deserves to perform in her cabaret show, and Dorinda steps in to defend Sonja. Meanwhile, Elyse approaches Ramona about the current state of their friendship.
 
In the Dark: “My Pride and Joy”
The CW, 9pm
Season Finale!
In the shocking season finale, betrayal runs deep, and the consequences are devastating.
 
Labor of Love: “There’s Something About Kristy”
FOX, 9pm
In the new episode “There’s Something About Kristy,” Kristy travels to the hometowns of the final three men in order to get a closer look at what her future could be like with each of them. Upon regrouping in Chicago, she must narrow it down to her final two in a heartbreaking elimination.
 
Flipping Across America
HGTV, 9pm
New Series!
There is a flipping movement happening across the country where skilled craftsmen and designers are trying to improve their cities one house at a time. In each episode, cameras follow two flippers with similar price points and budgets to see which renovation and design choices will garner the biggest profit.
 
Blindspot: “Brass Tacks”
NBC, 9pm
With the surviving members of the team captured and held in FBI custody, Madeline (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) and Ivy (Julee Cerda) are in the final stages of their plan, but a few unlikely allies come out from the woodwork, trying to stop them before it’s too late.
 
Chrisley Knows Best
USA Network, 9pm
Season Premiere!
In Season 8, the chaos in the Chrisley family is at an all-time high. When Savannah presses pause on her plans to marry Nic, Todd struggles to let go of his dream wedding. Grayson is almost a teenager and is sick of being treated like a kid. Chloe is also growing up fast and learns the delicate art of manipulating Todd. Todd finds a new emotion this season when Julie’s hunky badminton instructor awakens a jealous streak. While Julie is not in the market for a new man, Nanny Faye is, which leads her to explore the world of senior speed dating.
 
The Bold Type: “Love”
Freeform, 10pm
In five short love stories, Kat, Jane, Sutton, Jacqueline and Alex confront challenges in their various relationships, bringing newfound understanding of their partners or creating irreparable rifts between them.
 
World’s Smallest Woman: Meet Jyoti
TLC, 10pm
Jyoti Amge is the smallest woman in the world, standing 24 inches tall and weighing just 12 pounds. Well-known for her role on American Horror Story, Jyoti (along with her family) visits the U.S. from India to explore career opportunities and soak up American culture, from bowling to shopping to pizza. But Jyoti is also hoping to find an American doctor to address a debilitating health issue she has endured for years — two broken legs.
 
Friday, July 10
The Old Guard
Netflix
Original Film!
Led by a warrior named Andy (Charlize Theron), a covert group of tight-knit mercenaries with a mysterious inability to die have fought to protect the mortal world for centuries. But when the team is recruited to take on an emergency mission and their extraordinary abilities are suddenly exposed, it’s up to Andy and Nile (KiKi Layne), the newest soldier to join their ranks, to help the group eliminate the threat of those who seek to replicate and monetize their power by any means necessary. The film is based on the acclaimed graphic novel by Greg Rucka.
 
Special Theme: Directed by John Ford
TCM, beginning at 12pm
Catch a Classic!
John Ford’s films from the 1930s are the subject of today’s marathon celebrating the famed director, and the titles in this lineup — ranging from comedies to historical dramas — demonstrate that he was more than just a terrific director of Westerns. Today’s schedule includes Flesh(1932), Judge Priest(1934), Mary of Scotland(1936), Drums Along the Mohawk(1939), The Whole Town’s Talking(1935), Arrowsmith(1931) and The Informer(1935), which earned Ford his first Best Director Oscar nomination and win.
 
Obsession: Stalked by My Lover
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!
In Part 1 of the “Obsession” trilogy, when Madison Turner’s roommate situation falls through, she is forced to quickly find a new one. Using a roommate finder app, Madison chooses attractive and charismatic Blake Collins, who offers to pay three months’ rent up front. Madison and Blake hit it off, and their friendship soon turns romantic. What Madison doesn’t know is that Blake is now using Madison and her wealthy sister Evie to pull off the ultimate score that will set him up for life. Stars Celeste Desjardins, Travis Nelson and Kelly Hope Taylor.
 
American Masters: “Unladylike2020”
PBS, 9pm
Explore the stories of pioneering women in American politics who advocated for suffrage and civil rights over 100 years ago, including the first women in the U.S. Congress and state Senate, and a cofounder of the NAACP.
 
Saturday, July 11
NTT IndyCar Series: REV Group Grand Prix 
NBCSN, 5pm Live
Scott Dixon, Simon Pagenaud, Josef Newgarden and other top NTT IndyCar Series are in Elkhart Lake, Wis., for the first of two races on the road course at Road America. Race 2 takes place Sunday afternoon on NBC.
 
Vacation House Rules
HGTV, 8pm
New Series!
Contractor and real estate expert Scott McGillivray will prove that homeowners don’t need a million bucks to buy the vacation house of their dreams. Relying on his years of smart real estate and renovation experience, Scott will teach families how to take their vacation property purchase and unlock its full rental potential. 
 
Obsession: Escaping My Ex
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!
In Part 2 of the “Obsession” trilogy, when Blake Collins manages to escape a prison van in Detroit, his only goal is to make it back to Philadelphia and find Madison, the woman he loves but betrayed, resulting in his capture by the cops. He sets his nefarious plan into action, kidnapping Madison, who will fight to the death to escape his clutches. Stars Celeste Desjardins, Travis Nelson, Kelly Hope Taylor and Anastasia Phillips.
 
Cold War Comedies
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!
The Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was a tense time. Some of that anxiety was released a little bit through comedy films often featuring dark, satiric humor. Two of the most notable of these are featured tonight. First up, Stanley Kubrick’s legendary Dr. Strangelove(1964), headed by a brilliant cast including Peter Sellers (in multiple roles), George C. Scott and Sterling Hayden, is here to remind us that you can’t fight in the War Room. Sellers also takes on several roles in the second film of tonight’s bill, 1959’s The Mouse That Roared.
 
Say Yes to the Dress
TLC, 8pm
Season Premiere!
In a special two-hour premiere, host Randy Fenoli is back spreading his mission to “educate, elevate and empower” a bride to choose the most important dress in her life and to realize her own personal beauty. The first hour features a COVID-19 special, followed by The Bachelorfan favorite Caila Quinn searching for her wedding dress. 
 
Crikey! It’s the Irwins: Life in Lockdown
Animal Planet, 9pm
Stay-at-home orders become quite unique when home is an over-700-acre zoo. This all-new Crikey! It’s the Irwins special features the Irwin family — Terri, Bindi, Chandler and Robert — as they provide Animal Planet audiences with a personal look at their work and new challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic while taking care of the 1,200 animals they have dedicated their lives to at Australia Zoo during the zoo’s temporary closure.
 
The UnXplained
History, 9pm
Season Premiere!
Host/executive producer William Shatner returns to introduce another season of explorations into mysterious subjects that have baffled humanity for centuries.
 
Believers
Travel Channel, 9pm
New Series!
Each episode of this series features stories of the supernatural. In the premiere, a Hollywood photographer is choked by the spirit of an angry sailor; an apparition lures a security guard to the scene of a deadly fire; and a detective discovers that a missing woman seen by a passerby is actually dead.
 
Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation
History, 10pm
Season Premiere!
After a highly rated first season, this series returns to provide viewers with more thrilling and fascinating firsthand eyewitness accounts of UFO sightings, and additional fact-based insight and information about the threat they could pose to U.S. national security.
 
Hotel Paranormal
Travel Channel, 10pm
New Series!
Ghostbusterscowriter and costar Dan Aykroyd, who is also a paranormal buff in real life, narrates this series that follows the terrifying true stories of those who have come face-to-face with otherworldly hotel guests. Each episode features spine-tingling tales of paranormal encounters told from stays at grand hotels, highway motels and bed-and-breakfast inns around the world.

Sunday, July 12
NASCAR Cup Series: Quaker State 400 
FS1, 2:30pm Live
Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Chase Elliott and more stars from the NASCAR Cup Series put the pedal to the metal at Kentucky Speedway for the Quaker State 400 on FS1.
 
Cannonball: “Viva El Mustache!: Network Cut”
NBC, 7pm
Cannonball athletes compete for $10,000 in the wildest and wettest challenges ever created.
 
Obsession: Her Final Vengeance
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!
In the final part of the “Obsession” trilogy, Blake Collins is now dead, and his ex-girlfriend Madison Turner is trying to forget the horrific ordeal he’s put her through. But little does Madison know that Blake’s psychotic sister, Lisa, is determined to punish the woman she blames for the death of her adored brother. Stars Celeste Desjardins, Anastasia Phillips, Ryan Bruce and Lexi Ainsworth.
 
Remembering Hiroshima
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!
This August, the world will gravely commemorate the 75th anniversary of the only use to date of nuclear weapons during wartime, when the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. TCM remembers with two network premiere films tonight, both of which were made in Japan less than a decade after the devastation. First is the 1952 docudrama Children of Hiroshima. This is followed by Hiroshima (1953), a realistic retelling of the fateful day when the title city was bombed.
 
Very Scary People
HLN, 9pm
Season Premiere!
Donnie Wahlberg returns to host Season 2 of this series that details many of history’s scariest and most notorious characters through news footage and interviews with people close to the case. Six two-hour episodes will be featured this season, which begins tonight with a look at infamous serial killer David Berkowitz, a.k.a. “Son of Sam.” 
 
Secrets of the Zoo: Tampa: “Two and a Calf Kittens”
Nat Geo Wild, 9pm
The youngsters are causing trouble! A very pregnant rhino waits and waits to give birth, two orphaned panther kittens explore new environments, and a young zebra tries to dodge a checkup.
 
Grantchester
PBS, 9pm
When Will finds two boys near death in a boxing ring, he must face up to his own part in their tragedy, while unearthed secrets prove to be the hardest test of his faith he’s faced yet.
 
P-Valley
Starz, 9pm
New Series!
In this eight-episode series based on the play by Katori Hall, the lives of the dancers at a Southern strip club are revealed in all of their glittery and gritty glory. The series is exclusively directed by women and stars, among others, Brandee Evans (The Bobby Brown Story), Nicco Annan (This Is Us) and Shannon Thornton (Power).
 
Snowpiercer
TNT, 9pm
Season Finale!
Two back-to-back new episodes will finish the season tonight. The rebel forces are on the ropes when a dangerous foe defects to their side. 
 
Paranormal Caught on Camera
Travel Channel, 9pm
Season Premiere!
The series that looks at spooky events captured on video or closed-circuit cameras returns for another season of frightening footage.
 
NOS4A2: “The Lake House”
AMC, 10pm
With Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto) on the hunt, Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) and her family go into hiding with Maggie (Jahkara Smith). Meanwhile, Wayne (Jason David) suffers mysterious nightmares while Tabitha (Ashley Romans) chases a lead on Bing (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson).
 
Collector’s Call: “Meet Allen Stewart — Superheroes”
MeTV, 10pm
Allen Stewart’s Hall of Heroes superhero museum houses his collection of 65,000 comic books — all of which he’s read — as well as a wide range of memorabilia, movie props and more. Peter Przysiezny, president of Comic Book Roadshow, will set a value on the museum’s contents. Peter has also brought a copy of the rare comic that debuted Batman’s archnemesis the Riddler, which Allen doesn’t have, in the hopes of making a trade with him. 
 
Beecham House
PBS, 10pm
John learns that Margaret left Delhi. John and Daniel come to blows over Daniel’s relationship with the beautiful servant Chanchal. A betrayal leads to further trouble for John.
 
Monday, July 13
CMA Best of Fest
ABC, 8pm
This three-hour concert experience is hosted by country music superstar Luke Bryan and features a brand-new, not-to-be-missed performance with Bryan and special guest Darius Rucker. Artists also appearing in the special include Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Kenny Chesney, Joan Jett, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Maren Morris, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band and more.
 
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Mini MOO!: “Snow Place Like Home”
Nat Geo Wild, 8pm
Central Michigan is blasted with a blizzard, but that doesn’t slow the team down when animals are in need!
 
The Titan Games: “East Region Premiere: UFC Champ Tyron Woodley and Gold Medalist Hannah Teter”
NBC, 8pm
The competition moves to the Eastern Region as new competitors push their bodies to the limit by battling opponents in unforgiving head-to-head challenges, designed by host and executive producer Dwayne Johnson. In this episode, competitors will compete in a best of three competition where the winner will move on to battle a pro athlete Titan on Mt. Olympus. The top woman competitor will face Olympic gold-medal winning snowboarder Hannah Teter, while the top man will advance to compete against five-time UFC champion Tyron Woodley.
 
Star of the Month: Tony Curtis: “Comedy — Part One”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!
Tony Curtis’ skills as a comedic actor are on full display in tonight’s film lineup. The evening begins with perhaps his finest comedy work in one of the funniest films of all time — Billy Wilder’s Oscar-winning 1959 classic Some Like It Hot, in which Curtis stars alongside Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe. Following that are the Oscar-nominated comedy/drama Captain Newman, M.D. (1963); The Perfect Furlough (1958); Who Was That Lady? (1960); and The Great Race (1965), the slapstick comedy that has been billed as having “the greatest pie fight ever.”
 
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Mini MOO!: “Poultry in Motion”
Nat Geo Wild, 8:30pm
The birds and the bees are humming as Charles and Beth have a special delivery for Doc and Diane.
 
Buried Worlds With Don Wildman: “Devil Swamp”
Travel Channel, 9pm
Wildman investigates dark cults in the Louisiana bayou, where he finds evidence of rituals and joins an exorcism to ward off evil. He also learns from a witch that the land has dark powers before searching the swamps south of New Orleans looking for the mysterious orbs said to be the spirits of long-dead pirates forever doomed to guard their hidden treasure. 
 
Tuesday, July 14
The Fugitive

AMC, 8pm
Catch a Classic!
Dr. Richard Kimble is wrongly convicted for the murder of his wife and is sentenced to death. While being transferred to a maximum security prison, Kimble escapes and becomes U.S. Marshal Sam Gerard’s number one fugitive in pursuit. Kimble’s only hope is to find the real killer so he can prove his innocence. Stars Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, Sela Ward and Joe Pantoliano.

America’s Got Talent: “Auditions 7”
NBC, 8pm
The auditions conclude with creator and executive producer Simon Cowell at the judges’ table along with Howie Mandel, Sofia Vergara and host Terry Crews. Variety acts of all types and contestants of all ages audition for the chance to win the $1 million prize. The Golden Buzzer is still in play and could send a lucky act directly to the live shows to compete for America’s vote.
 
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles: “Storm the Castle”
Bravo, 9pm
Tracy tries to balance her new portfolio with her demanding developer, who has high expectations and a rocky past with Altman. James and David are up against the clock to find their nine-months-pregnant client her dream home on the Westside before she goes into labor. Flagg and Altman find their new bromance in jeopardy as their La Jolla deal takes an unexpected turn, and they find themselves sitting on opposite sides of a negotiation.
 
Showbiz Kids
HBO, 9pm
This intimate documentary takes a no-holds-barred look at the dizzying highs and life-threatening lows of working kids in the entertainment industry from the golden age of Hollywood to the present day. Some of the actors featured in the doc include Cameron Boyce, Todd Bridges, Diana Serra Cary, Milla Jovovich, Jada Pinkett Smith, Henry Thomas, Wil Wheaton, Mara Wilson and Evan Rachel Wood.
 
World of Dance: “The Duels 2”
NBC, 10pm
The Duels round continues with judges Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo and special guest judge dancer and choreographer tWitch. As guest judge, tWitch will have the power to decide which acts up for elimination will go head-to-head in the returning Redemption round, to earn a slot in the semifinals and the chance to perform on the World of Dance stage.
 
Hot Ones: The Game Show: “Dance Moves and Dirty Laundry”
truTV, 10pm 
New Episodes!
Host Sean Evans is back and eager to set contestants’ mouths on fire with the spiciest hot sauces around for their chance to win $25,000. In tonight’s episode, chaos breaks out when two teams of best friends enter the Pepperdome. Sweat will drip, dance moves will bust out, and one shirt will desperately need dry cleaning.
 
Dirty John
USA Network, 10pm
Season Finale!
The crime drama anthology series ends its second season, which looked at the case of Betty Broderick (Amanda Peet).
 
My Journey Through French Cinema
TCM, 8pm
Catch a Classic!
Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier examines the great directors, actors, writers, composers and cinematographers of French cinema, including Jean Renoir, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Melville, Edmond T. Gréville and more.
 
Wednesday, July 15
NASCAR Cup Series: All-Star Open/All-Star Race 
FS1, 7pm Live 
NASCAR’s All-Star Race, rescheduled from May, takes place on a Wednesday night for the first time ever, as stock-car racing’s best compete at Charlotte Motor Speedway. FS1’s coverage begins with the All-Star Open, which gives drivers a final chance to gain entry into the main event. Drivers who qualify for the All-Star Race will battle for a $1 million top prize.
 
United We Fall
ABC, 8pm
New Series!
This profoundly realistic family sitcom follows the trials and tribulations of Jo (Christina Vidal Mitchell) and Bill (Will Sasso), parents of two young kids, as they try to make it day-to-day as a functioning family. Bill’s very judgmental live-in mother and Jo’s large Latinx Catholic family will never hesitate to let our couple know they’re seemingly screwing up, but Bill and Jo will always have each other’s backs, united against everyone.
 
Tough as Nails: “Heavy Metal”
CBS, 8pm 
In the new episode “Heavy Metal,” the crew competes in a series of challenges at a junkyard, where they must take apart a car and retrieve auto parts. Next, the last two standing need all the strength they can spare in an overtime challenge removing tires from the rims. 
 
Married at First Sight
Lifetime, 8pm
Season Premiere!
Five new couples will take a leap of faith when they walk down the aisle to marry a complete stranger. All 17 episodes are megasized to two hours to capture each couple’s emotional journey as they go from wedding to honeymoon to early nesting to the daily struggles of working on their marriage. After several weeks together, each couple must make a decision: Do they remain together or decide to divorce?
 
TCM Spotlight: Feel-Good Films: “Family Ties”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!
Various types of families are featured in tonight’s themed lineup of feel-good films on TCM. The night begins with Best Actress Oscar nominee Rosalind Russell in 1958’s Auntie Mameand continues with Judy Garland in the Oscar-nominated Meet Me in St. Louis (1944); Best Actor Oscar nominee William Powell in Life With Father (1947); Bette Davis and Monty Woolley inThe Man Who Came to Dinner (1942); Doris Day in On Moonlight Bay (1951); and Mickey Rooney in Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever (1939).
 
The Yeti Lives
Travel Channel, 8pm
Dr. Mark Evans leads a new investigation into the legend of the Yeti, using cutting-edge technology to test the existence of the mysterious, apelike beast reported to roam the Himalayas. 
 
Game On!
CBS, 9pm
Former professional football player Tiki Barber joins Team Gronk and actor/comedian Ken Jeong joins Team Venus as they compete against each other in monster truck driving, a pony race and an arctic assault obstacle course in tonight’s new episode.
 
Ultimate Tag: “Only the Toughest Endure”
FOX, 9pm
New contestants enter the arena to test their athletic skills against the Taggers in the new episode “Only the Toughest Endure.” 
 
American Soul
BET, 10pm
Season Finale!
The series that looks at how Don Cornelius (Sinqua Walls) brought the famous music program Soul Trainto television, and the impact it had, ends its second season tonight.
 
Thursday, July 16
Golf: The Memorial Tournament: First Round 
Golf Channel, 2:30pm Live
The Memorial Tournament, which was postponed from June, tees off today at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. Expect Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson and 2019 tournament winner Patrick Cantlay to be in the expanded field of 144 players. Golf Channel and CBS share tournament coverage through Sunday.
 
Pretty Woman
Freeform, 7:30pm
Catch a Classic!
In this iconic Garry Marshall film, Julia Roberts stars as Vivian, a call girl with a heart of gold who finds her dream man in Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) — a rich, handsome business magnate who is seeking a friendly companion. Her wit wins Edward over and she starts to believe her Cinderella fantasies could come true. 
 
Killer Camp
The CW, 8pm
New Series!
In this British reality competition series, 11 strangers arrive at Camp Pleasant eager to enjoy some peace and quiet when they are stunned by the news from Camp Counselor Bobby (Bobby Mair) that they have actually arrived at Killer Camp. Each night, one camper will be killed by a bloody, bandaged handyman who is given the orders by … one of their fellow campers!
 
Celebrity Watch Party
FOX, 8pm 
Season Finale!
Join the party for one last time this summer as celebrities watch the week’s most hilarious, exciting and newsworthy shows on TV.
 
30 Rock Upfront Reunion Special
NBC, 8pm
It’s the reunion show you’ve always wanted to see! Beloved characters from NBC’s 30 Rock— including Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin), Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan), Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski), Kenneth Parcell (Jack McBrayer) and more — will return for this one-time event and celebrate the stories and talent featured in NBCUniversal’s 2020-21 television season. 
 
The Real Housewives of New York City: “Remember Your Blue Stone Manners”
Bravo, 9pm
After a rosé-fueled night, the ladies wake up to find that Luann has left Blue Stone Manor. The women head to town for some much-needed retail therapy and group healing. To celebrate their last night in the Berkshires, Dorinda throws an elegant dinner party and the mayhem continues.
 
Labor of Love 
FOX, 9pm 
Season Finale!
It all comes down to this for Kristy Katzmann and her remaining suitors. Will she choose one of them to settle down and raise a family with, or will none of them make the cut? Find out as Kristin Davis hosts the season finale tonight. 
 
Devil Among Us
Investigation Discovery, 9pm
New Series!
This anthology series is dedicated to crimes that slowly unravel a bigger, evolving mystery. Each episode examines a single case that gets deeper and more twisted as the show progresses. In the first episode, “Fire and Ice,” after an explosion at a family home north of Anchorage, Alaska, leaves one man dead and his wife clinging to life, investigators receive news that this is a plot for revenge that stems from a highway shooting the year before. 
 
The Bold Type: “Not Far From the Tree”
Freeform, 10pm
Season Finale!
Sutton visits her hometown but falls into a familiar pattern while there. Jane finds a big story, but it could have serious ramifications for Jacqueline. Kat is reluctant to share her new romance with Jane and Sutton.
 
Conjoined Twins: Inseparable
TLC, 10pm
When conjoined twins Carmen and Lupita were born, their parents faced an impossible dilemma: surgically separate them, even though only one twin might survive, or allow them to stay together forever. Today, the twins are two distinct people with separate personalities, sharing not only their body, but also every moment of their young adult lives. Their inspirational story explores the challenges they face every day as they fight for their independence and prepare to tackle college life away from home.
 
The Misery Index
TBS, 10:30pm
Season Finale!
The second season of the disturbingly hilarious game show comes to an end.
 
Friday, July 17
Special Theme: Directed by John Ford
TCM, beginning at 12pm
Catch a Classic!
John Ford won back-to-back Best Director Oscars for The Grapes of Wrath (1940) and How Green Was My Valley (1941), and both of those films air as part of today’s lineup of Ford classics. Also on the schedule are some perhaps lesser-known works from the director, including Gideon of Scotland Yard (1958), The Rising of the Moon (1957), The Last Hurrah (1958),The Long Gray Line (1955) and The Long Voyage Home (1940).
 
The Wrong Wedding Planner
LMN, 8pm
Original Film!
Detective Jones (Vivica A. Fox) arrives at the home of Ashley (Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe) and Brad (Stephen Richard Harris), a young couple in the midst of preparing for their upcoming nuptials, to investigate a mysterious break-in. While Detective Jones discovers nothing at the scene, someone is stalking them, and sabotaging Brad at work.
 
NTT IndyCar Series: Iowa IndyCar 250s
NBCSN, 8:30pm Live
The first of two NTT IndyCar Series races at Iowa Speedway takes place tonight as Scott Dixon, Simon Pagenaud, Josef Newgarden and other top contenders race on the .875-mile oval. The second race is Saturday night, also on NBCSN.
 
Great Performances at the Met: “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess”
PBS, 9pm
This classic American folk opera brings 1920s Charleston to life with a beloved score from George Gershwin in a new production directed by James Robinson. Eric Owens and Angel Blue star in the title roles, and David Robertson conducts.
 
Saturday, July 18
NASCAR Racing 
FS1 & NBCSN, beginning at 3pm Live 
A NASCAR doubleheader at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth begins with the Xfinity Series My Bariatric Solutions 300 on NBCSN. Then in primetime on FS1, Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series drivers compete in the Vankor 350.
 
World’s Deadliest Weather Marathon
Weather Channel, beginning at 5pm
Spend the evening getting caught up in the weather, as the network airs four back-to-back episodes of Season 1 of the riveting series.
 
Vacation House Rules
HGTV, 8pm
New Series!
You don’t need a million bucks to buy the vacation house of your dreams. Real estate expert and contractor Scott McGillivray, with his years of smart real estate and renovating experience, shows viewers how. McGillivray explains how to take a vacation property purchase and unlock its full rental potential. Through his Vacation House Rules, even the most neglected and unlivable of spaces can be transformed into unique and buzzworthy pieces of paradise.
 
Murder in the Vineyard
Lifetime, 8pm
Original Film!
Emma and her teenage daughter Beatrice have moved from the big city to a smaller town. But things go downhill when Beatrice is hazed by an unknown assailant at a party. No one can understand why she is being increasingly bullied and harassed. Emma will do anything to protect her daughter from the mysterious bullies, but is a mother’s love enough to save her when things turn deadly? Stars Helena Mattson, Emma Fuhrmann, Matthew Erick White, Daniel Hall and Daniel Covin.
 
Bogie in ’41
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Catch a Classic!
Humphrey Bogart gave enduring performances in films over many years, but 1941 really seemed to see him begin to hit his stride. TCM features two Bogie classics from that pivotal year for the legendary actor tonight. First is The Maltese Falcon, director John Huston’s Oscar-nominated mystery featuring Bogart as private eye Sam Spade alongside Mary Astor, Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet. The iconic movie helped start the film noir boom of the ’40s and ’50s. Huston also cowrote the second Bogie classic on tonight’s bill, the film noir High Sierra.
 
My Cat From Hell: Cat Sh#t Crazy!
Animal Planet, 9pm
Jackson Galaxy must navigate a new normal and help families with their cats that have gone out of control during quarantine … without entering their homes. Bring on the surveillance cameras!
 
NTT IndyCar Series: Iowa 300
NBCSN, 9pm Live
The NTT IndyCar Series is back at Iowa Speedway for a second night of racing as Scott Dixon, Simon Pagenaud, Josef Newgarden and other stars compete in the Iowa 300.