On TV this Tuesday: The sun sets on Cruel Summer, OWN celebrates Black fatherhood and the Workin’ Moms are back. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Cruel Summer Finale, Workin' Moms Returns and More
Season 5 premiere (all 10 episodes): The Carlsons move to Calgary; Kate and the gang pay Anne a visit. (What else is streaming on Netflix in June?)
Cecile must confront her past to break free from a psychic prison; Chester’s mistake puts Barry in danger; Joe uncovers an unsettling truth about Kristen Kramer.
The Haves and the Have Nots
Benny pursues a new interest. (Fall behind? Read Episode 10 recap.)
Teams must build a structure strong enough to withstand an earthquake; 9-1-1‘s Jennifer Love Hewitt makes an appearance. (View Fox’s fall lineup.)
Honoring Our Kings: OWN Celebrates Black Fatherhood
Oprah Winfrey and Sterling K. Brown host this Father’s Day special, which honors exceptional Black dads across America; John Legend, Kevin Hart and Dwayne Wade appear.
Superman & Lois
Lana reaches out to Lois and Clark regarding Kyle’s behavior; Jonathan opens up to Jordan; Sarah accuses her mom of always covering for her dad.
Executive-produced by Neil Patrick Harris, this documentary follows director Andy Señor Jr. to Cuba to direct a stage production of Rent — the country’s first musical produced by an American company in more than 50 years.
America's Got Talent
Special time, following U.S. Olympic Trials: Auditions continue with judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara. (View NBC’s fall lineup.)
Season 1 finale: Kate and Jeannette’s worlds collide in court, where the young women must answer the question on everyone’s mind. (
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“All is fair in love and war but not in business,” says the synopsis. “Forgiveness may be divine, but revenge is way more fun.” (FX summer premiere dates!)
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On June 15, 1969, Hee Haw — a country music-themed variety hour hosted by Buck Owens and Roy Clark — debuted on CBS.