On TV this Thursday: Paramount+ goes back Behind the Music, Why Women Kill wraps its sophomore run, and the 2021 NBA Draft gets underway. Here are 14 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Why Women Kill Finale, Behind the Music Reboot, NBA Draft, Trip to FBoy Island and More
Behind the Music
Reboot premiere: The first two episodes dive deep with Ricky Martin and LL Cool J. (A new RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is also streaming.)
Dr. Death: The Undoctored Story
The docuseries lets audiences hear from the real people who dealt with Dr. Duntsch, including Drs. Robert Henderson and Randall Kirby, and Michelle Shughart.
Series premiere (first three episodes): Three women are joined by 12 “nice guys” and 12 “FBoys” on a tropical island, in pursuit of a LTR; comedian Nikki Glaser hosts. (Watch trailer.)
The feature-length Gomorrah offshoot follows Ciro Di Marzio to Latvia, where he turns a low-level counterfeit goods syndicate into a major drug trafficking enterprise.
Series premiere (all 12 episodes): Gary Janetti’s royal family-themed animated satire is told from the perspective of 8-year-old Prince George; the voice ensemble includes Orlando Bloom, Alan Cumming, Iwan Rheon, Dan Stevens and Sophie Turner. (Watch trailer.)
Resort to Love
In the film, a singer (Step Up‘s Christina Milian) takes a job at a swanky island resort, where her ex-fiancé (SNL vet Jay Pharoah) just happens to be getting married; Sinqua Walls (American Soul) co-stars.
Transformers: War for Cybertron - Kingdom
The final entry in the Cybertron trilogy promises “a pivotal turn” for the Beast Wars characters.
Why Women Kill
Season 2 finale: Alma goes to extremes in order to protect her notoriety and newly glamorous life. (New episodes of Good Fight and iCarly are also streaming.)
The Wine Show
Season 3 premiere (all seven episodes): Matthew Goode, Matthew Rhys and James Purefoy are joined in Portugal by The Affair‘s Dominic West.
Two nominees face eviction and a new Head of Household is crowned. (Get CBS fall premiere dates.)
Dre questions Zoey’s recent decisions; Vivek dreads telling his parents about his expulsion; Doug meets a new resident at Hawkins.
SportsCenter‘s Kevin Negandhi oversees ABC’s coverage of Round 1, with analysis by Jalen Rose, Chiney Ogwumike and Malika Andrews; Rece Davis will return to host ESPN’s coverage, with analysis by Jay Bilas, Kendrick Perkins and Mike Schmitz.
Primetime highlights include the Women’s Gymnastics All-Around, live Swimming Finals and live Track & Field Qualifying Rounds.
A newly freed Garret must serve a new ruler; Talon and Zed return to save the Blackbloods but discover a tragedy. (Walker returns with its finale Aug. 12.)