Between network, cable and streaming, the modern television landscape is vast. Here are some of the shows, specials, and movies that will air on TV this week, July 17-23. Details and hours are subject to change.
under deck 8 p.m. on Bravo. In this ‘Below Deck’ spin-off, exuberant Chief Stew Esha Scott and Captain Jason Chambers return to sail Australia on their superyacht. As anyone who’s been following the series avidly knows, this second season is sure to include nasty guests, drunken crew entanglements, and lots of tears.
Under deck sailing yacht reunion 8 p.m. on Bravo. After multiple engine failures, an exhausting love triangle (actually a pentagon), and the most disrespectful guest you’ve ever seen, this reunion has a lot to report. Are Daisy and Colin still together? Did Gary frame the action? Does Captain Glenn feel bad about Daisy? I hope reunion host Andy Cohen gives us all the answers we want (and need).
love island 9pm on E! The American version of the original British dating show returns for season five. Sarah Hyland returns as host with narrator Ian Sterling, and 10 new contestants are introduced. If you’re ready to embark on over-the-top content, the show will run for her seven straight days in the first week. After that, new episodes will be delivered every day except Wednesdays for viewers to follow in real time.
southern storytellers 9 p.m. on PBS (check local programming). Each episode of this new show uses the stories of famous poets, songwriters and authors to illustrate the impact of the South on music, film and literature. Writers Qui Nguyen and Michael Waldron, actors Billy Bob He Thornton, and writer Angie Thomas are just a few of the people you’ll meet on the show.
CMA Fest 8 p.m. on ABC. The Country Music Association Festival’s 50th anniversary event took place in Nashville in June and is now on air for those who missed it or want to relive it. Hosted by Diaks Bentley, Elle King and Rainie Wilson, the show includes performances from Luke Combs, Jason Aldean, Carly Pearce and Darius Rucker.
Philadelphia is always sunny 10pm on FXX. Season 16 of this sitcom ends this week, but don’t worry. The show has been renewed for 18 seasons. (For context, the show first aired in 2005 alongside “Weez,” “The Office,” and “How Eye.”) In this season of just eight episodes, the gangs return to their usual, slightly aggressive Depicted as he tackles a practical joke, Denise tries (and fails) to spend a relaxing day at the beach in the finale.
Preview Murder Mystery (1936) Chinese medicine from 8 pm. After a series of threatening notes arrive on a movie set, the studio is quarantined and executives begin to suspect a killer is lurking there. The film stars Reginald Denny, Frances Drake and Gail Patrick and is directed by Robert Frawley.
FIFA Women’s World Cup Many times on Fox. The women’s soccer championship kicks off this week, with the US Women’s National Team battling for a third straight win. As the tournament will be held in Australia and New Zealand, the matches will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1, with the quarterfinals, semifinals, third place play-off, finals and recap being broadcast on Fox.
Indiana Jones Marathon Many times at Paramount. Watch the first three marathons in preparation for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate, the fifth in the series, now in theaters.catch Raiders Lost Ark 《The Ark》 (1981) at 12:00 p.m., followed by Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomsday (1984) And finally, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). Harrison Ford appears in all three films as the title character who defeats a group of Nazis in discovering religious artifacts. Search for sacred stones in India. And aim to recapture the Holy Grail.
Belly of the Beast: Fierce Feeding 8:00 p.m. on the Discovery. Few things are certain in this world, but is there one thing you can always count on? Shark Week. Every July, Discovery puts on display all about sharks. Hosted by Jason Momoa this year, there will be three to four daily programs focused on all aspects of these terrifyingly majestic creatures.
Maybe It’s You (2023) 9pm on E! In this original film, Peter (Brett Dyer) and Lexa (Veronica St. Clair) fit the classic friend-lover trope. Finding out that both of her best friends are single at the same time, I can’t help but think: What if what you’ve been looking for is here all along?