Best TV Bets with ‘Black Widow’, ‘Gossip Girl’ and ‘Leverage’ reboots, ‘Atypical’ series finale



On cable, Discovery’s annual Shark Week kicks off Sunday with specials starring Robert Irwin, Tiffany Haddish and Johnny Knoxville.

This covers Monday July 5 through Sunday July 11.


“The Bachelorette” 8 p.m. ABC – Fourteen remaining suitors are ready to finally put the drama behind them and focus on some quality time with Katie, until Tayshia stops to drop the bomb that there are actually 15 men.

“Hell’s Kitchen” 8 p.m. Renard – The restaurant is closed for the 21st birthday of Chef Gordon Ramsay’s daughter, so chefs have to take a double Ramsay exam during a new type of dinner challenge and service.

“Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” 8 p.m. VH1 (start of season 10) – Yung Baby Tate joins the cast.

“All American” 8 p.m. on the CW – The gang visits Simone’s aunt at her HBCU in Atlanta, where she is a journalism professor.


“Lego Masters” 8 p.m. Fox – Remaining competitors are expected to raise the stakes and elevate their work when teams are tasked with building a structure in the air.

“The Flash” 8pm the CW – John Diggle arrives in Central City with a weapon to help Barry stop the Godspeed War.

“David makes the man” at 9:00 p.m. – JG continues to recover as friends from his past offering his support.

“Motherland: Fort Salem” 10 p.m. Free form – Raelle prepares to show off her abilities to the highest ranks, while Abigail struggles with her new role.


“Cat People” 3:01 am Netflix (new series) – Cats come in all shapes and sizes, but they share a love for their unique and enchanting feline friends. This docuserie reveals their stories.

“Dogs” 3:01 am Netflix (start of season two) – These six intimate stories explore the lasting emotional bonds that are forged between dogs and their caregivers, regardless of the circumstances.

“Big Brother” 8 p.m. CBS (23rd season debut) – Sixteen contestants compete for $ 500,000 at a gaming-themed house.

“MasterChef” 8 p.m. Renard – Cooks must create a worthy beef dish without knowing which cut of beef they are going to cook until the mystery box is opened. Chief Michael Mina is the guest judge.

“$ 100,000 Pyramid” 9 p.m. ABC – Joe Gatto faces Sal Vulcano followed by comedian Desi Lydic and interior designer Mikel.

“Love Island” 9:30 p.m. CBS (start of season three) -. Viewers have the opportunity to shape on-screen events while watching relationships develop before finally crowning a lucky couple as the winner.


“The Dog House” 3:01 HBO Max (start of season two) – Finding forever homes for rejected dogs isn’t easy – but that’s exactly what the staff at Wood Green do every day.

“Gossip Girl” 3:01 HBO Max (new series) – Developed by showrunner Joshua Safran, writer and executive producer of the original series, this expansion of the pop culture classic takes us back to the Upper East Side in search of a new generation of New York City private school teens initiated into social surveillance nine years after the original blogger’s website went extinct.

“Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” 3:01 am Netflix (new series) – Federal Agent Leon S. Kennedy teams up with TerraSave staff member Claire Redfield to investigate a zombie outbreak.

“Grown-ish” 8 p.m. Freeform (start of season four) – Zoey and the gang travel to Mexico for a summer getaway filled with drinking games, meeting new people, relationship drama … and even a wedding.

“Good Girls” 9pm NBC – Rio breaks into the girls’ new affair much to Beth’s dismay. Phoebe discovers a bomb in the case and returns to Detroit.

“Beat Shazam” 9:01 pm Fox – Jamie Foxx doubles the price to a staggering amount.


“Lever: Redemption” 12:01 am IMDbTV (new series) – In this new iteration and new world, the Leverage team has seen the rich and powerful keep taking what they want without consequence.

“Atypical” 3:01 am Netflix (series finale)– Sam Gardner moves into his own apartment and contemplates life after college.

“Black Widow” 3:01 Disney + – When the USSR falls apart, the government tries to kill the black widow as the action moves to present-day New York, where she is an independent. (This will cost $ 29.99 on top of the existing subscription.)

“Fear Street: Part 2: 1878” 3:01 am Netflix A summer of fun turns into a gruesome fight for survival as a killer terrorizes Camp Nightwing in the cursed town of Shadyside.

“Virgin River” 3:01 am Netflix (start of season three) – Searching for a fresh start, a nurse practitioner leaves Los Angeles for a remote northern California city and is surprised at what she finds and who she finds there.

“Secret Celebrity Renovation” 8 p.m. CBS (new series) – Wayne Brady returns to his roots in Orlando, Florida to give his Aunt Lilly, who helped raise him and put him on the path to success, the home improvement of his dreams.


“L’ESPYS 2021” 8 p.m. Saturday ABC -Anthony Mackie hosts.

“Crikey! It’s shark week »8:00 pm Sunday discovery – Robert Irwin comes face to face with a great white shark alongside environmentalists Paul de Gelder and Madison Stewart.

“The Real Housewives of the Potomac” 8 p.m. Sunday Bravo (start of season six) – Candiace Dillard Bassett sticks together with new housewife Mia Thornton.

“Animal Kingdom” 9 p.m. Sunday TNT (first season of the fifth season) – Pope (Shawn Hatosy), Craig (Ben Robson), Deran (Jake Weary) and J (Finn Cole) are still in shock at the death of Smurf (Ellen Barkin).

“Tiffany Haddish Does Shark Week” 9:00 p.m. Sunday Discovery —Tiffany Haddish hosts the annual televised event in hopes of uncovering the secrets of shark sex.

“History of the Sitcom” 9 p.m. CNN (new series) – A look at family sitcoms from “I Love Lucy” to “black-ish,” followed by a look at how sitcoms have handled sex over the years.

“Kevin Can F *** Himself” 9pm Sunday AMC – Kevin, Neil and Pete try to replace Patty after having kicked her out of the group.

“Wellington Paranormal” 9pm Sunday the CW (new series) – Follows a group of police investigators as they track down supernatural events in New Zealand. The crew are investigating cases of demonic possession, haunted houses and blood bank robberies.

“The White Lotus” 9 p.m. Sunday HBO (new series) – The exploits and misadventures of various guests and employees of a tropical resort over the course of a week. Stars include Connie Britton and Jennifer Coolidge.

“Jackass Shark Week” 22h Discovery Sunday – Johnny Knoxville sends Steve-O, Chris Pontius and the new members of the “Jackass” cast on a Shark Week adventure.


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