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Macy's Fireworks, Stranger Things, JAG-athon and More

Macy's Fireworks - Where to Watch

On TV this Fourth of July: Derek Hough and Ciara host the Macy’s Fireworks Spectacular, John Stamos presides over A Capitol Fourth and a little show called Stranger Things scares up a third season. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Netflix
    Stranger Things

    Season 3 premiere (all eight episodes): As a new danger looms in the summer of ’85, new romances complicate the group’s dynamic. (Watch trailer; read review.)

  • Hulu
    Into the Dark: Culture Shock

    The anthology’s 10th installment is ripped from the headlines — a thriller about a young Mexican woman (Altered Carbon’s Martha Higareda) in pursuit of the American dream. Richard Cabral (American Crime) and Shawn Ashmore (The Following) co-star.

  • CBS All Access
    Strange Angel

    Jack’s conjuring of the Angel earns Ernest’s loyalty but divides the Agape; Marisol is determined to confront her father about the secret that destroyed their family.

  • WGN America
    'JAG of July' Marathon

    Through midnight | Get reacquainted with Navy Captain “Harm” Rabb Jr. and Lieutenant Colonel Sarah “Mac” MacKenzie. (Continues all day Friday, beginning at 9 am; view line-up.)

  • Fox News
    Salute to America

    President Trump will give a speech during his tank- and flyover-fueled Independence Day parade.

  • NBC
    Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

    Two hours: Luke Bryan, Derek Hough, Ciara, Khalid, Maren Morris and Brad Paisley perform; Hough and Ciara host. (A condensed, hour-long encore follows at 10.)

  • PBS
    A Capitol Fourth

    90 minutes: Vanessa Williams, Yolanda Adams, Lindsey Stirling, The O’Jays, Laine Hardy, Laura Osnes, Angelica Hale, Maelyn Jarmon, Keala Settle, Gone West feat. Colbie Caillat, and Carol King, Vanessa Carlton and the Broadway Cast of Beautiful perform; John Stamos returns as host.

  • CBS

    Holmes and Watson investigate the death of a criminal who made his living by stealing from other criminals; Gregson grows suspicious of his interim replacement.

  • CMT
    Let Freedom Sing

    90 minutes: Brett Eldredge headlines this Independence Day concert, followed by a live fireworks display from Downtown Nashville (beginning at 11 pm).

  • USA Network
    Queen of the South

    El Gordo arranges for Teresa to meet with Russian drug queenpin Oksana, in hopes of forging a new partnership.