What’s on TV This Week: ‘Burden of Proof’ and the Tony Awards

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, June 5-11. Details and hours are subject to change.

mars star 8pm on FOX. Hosted by “Star Trek” actor William Shatner, the new competition series sees 12 celebrities living 24/7 on a “space station” that mimics life on Mars. ‘Celebrities’, including comedian Natasha Leggero, wrestler Ronda Rousey and ‘Modern Family’ star Ariel Winter, will compete against each other in a series of ‘missions’ to vote out one of the crew members. take a vote. end of each week.

cruel summer Freeform at 9pm. The second season of this drama anthology series is told through his three different timelines, developing the friendship of teenagers Isabella (Lexi Underwood), Megan (Sadi Stanley) and Luke (Griffin Gluck) as they become a mystery. Draw how it gets caught in. It will have a huge impact on their lives. The series “takes many cues from top-tier crime dramas, so its performances are stellar and its central mystery is appropriately intriguing,” wrote New York Times television critic Margaret Lyons. ing.

30 for 30: The luckiest man in the world 8pm on ESPN. Directed by Steve James (“Hoop Dreams,” “Abacus: Small To Be In Jail”), this four-part documentary series about basketball Hall of Famer Bill Walton won ESPN’s Peabody and Emmy Awards. This is the latest in the award-winning series. for 30 explores the role of sport in society and culture. Through comments from Walton, his family, and numerous basketball stars, the episode tells the story of Walton’s life, tracing his anti-war campaign at UCLA to his NBA career in Portland, Oregon and Boston, as well as exploring Walton himself. I am also exploring the struggle with myself. mental and physical health.

burden of proof From 9pm on HBO. Filmed over seven years, this four-part true-crime documentary series of his is an independent investigation into the disappearance of his sister Jennifer, who disappeared from her parents’ home in 1987 when he was 15. I’m chasing Steven Pandos. Their parents told everyone: she ran away. The series features Jennifer’s diaries and letters, police records, and interviews with her family and friends to depict what happened the night her Jennifer disappeared. As the missing evidence comes to light and Stephen’s parents fail a lie detector test, Stephen becomes increasingly convinced of their culpability.

Philadelphia is always sunny 10pm on FXX. The longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history returns with season 16. Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), Sweet Dee (Caitlin Olson), and Frank (Danny DeVito), potty heroes who run Paddy’s Pub in Philadelphia. This season sees new adventures such as Dennis and Mac investing in inflatable furniture, Frank shooting Dennis and Dee dead, and Mac and Charlie going on a road trip with their mother to pick up their inheritance. You’re about to get caught up in a big fuss. The series has so little salvation or character growth that Austin Considine wrote in the show’s episode guide that it “isn’t for everyone.” But for those willing to give it a chance, “Sunny” features “a wonderful ensemble of self-centered neurotics who manage to be liked despite their best efforts.”

1 person History at 9pm. Season 10 of this popular survival show takes place in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. Ten survivalists are split up and scattered across the wilderness to see who can survive the harshest climates the longest. With no photographers or outside assistance, each contestant is given only 10 items of their choice, enough camera equipment to document their experience, and an emergency radio. The last person standing wins her $500,000.

Walk the Line (2005) HBO 6:25 p.m.. Singer-songwriter Johnny Cash’s two autobiographies, The Man in Black: A Story of His Own in His Own Words, published in 1975, and his 1997 publication, Cash: Based on his autobiography, this Academy Award-nominated biographical film tells the story of Cash’s rise in the music scene. Playing Joaquin Phoenix as Cash, the movie begins with a battered boyhood on a cotton farm in Arkansas, and follows him through his time in the Air Force, marriage, and becoming a country music star. Part is devoted to his romance. About singer June Carter (Reese Witherspoon) and his drug addiction. AO Scott wrote in a book review for The Times that “the sheer range of material is astounding” of Cash’s music, and that “no feature film can do justice to such bounties, as Walk the Line.” ‘is worth it,’ he added. of minimum value. Still, Scott wrote that the film’s personal treatment of Cash and his rise “reminds me why I should care about this guy in the first place.”

King’s Row (1942) 3:45 p.m. in Chinese Medicine. The Oscar-nominated film, based on his 1940 novel of the same name by Henry Bellaman, tells the story of his five friends who live in the small Midwestern town of Kings on His Row. The film follows them in the early 20th century as they transition from childhood to adulthood and face a series of setbacks and challenges in pursuing the life they want. Starring Ronald Reagan as one of the main characters, the film is as “dark and oppressive” as the book, with Bosley Crowther writing in a Times book review that the story revolves around “a few mean and twisted people.” He added that he does. Ultimately, Crowther said that “King’s Row has moments of pathos and at times exudes a sharp nostalgic vibe”, but overall it “shows that many people are feeling sick”. Only,” he wrote.

76th Annual Tony Awards 8pm on CBS. The annual awards ceremony, which celebrates Broadway plays and musicals, will be held this year at United Palace, a large theater in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City. For the second year in a row, Academy Award and Golden Globe winner and 2018 Tony Award nominee Ariana DeBose will host the ceremony.

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