Right now content is king and almost everyone you can think of is developing a television show.
No matter what the medium is, network broadcast or streaming, the content is abundant and you can pretty much find what you are looking for if you really know what you want.
Here is the tv schedule of shows returning and premiering in the month of June. Tell us if you agree or disagree!
Wednesday, June 1
12:01 a.m. PT – Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Season 3 – Seeso
12:01 a.m. PT – The Cyanide & Happiness Show – Seeso
9 p.m. – Nashville (Midseason premiere) – CMT
Friday, June 2
12:01 a.m. PT – LONG STRANGE TRIP (Documentary) – Amazon
12:01 a.m. PT – Flaked Season 2 – Netflix
Saturday, June 3
12:01 a.m. PT – DUMB: THE STORY OF BIG BROTHER MAGAZINE (Documentary) – Hulu
Sunday, June 4
7 p.m. – SUNDAY NIGHT WITH MEGYN KELLY – NBC
8 p.m. – American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. The World (Special) – NBC
9 p.m. – Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 – AMC
10 p.m. – I’M DYING UP HERE – Showtime
Monday, June 5
8 p.m. – Shadowhunters (Midseason premiere) – Freeform
8 p.m. – IF YOU’RE NOT IN THE OBIT, EAT BREAKFAST (Comedic Documentary) -HBO
9 p.m. – Stitchers Season 3 – Freeform
Tuesday, June 6
8 p.m. – DEADLIEST CATCH: LEGEND OF WILD BILL (Special) – Discovery
10 p.m. – DEVIL’S CANYON – Discovery
10 p.m. – Tosh.0 (Midseason premiere) – Comedy Central
10 p.m. – The Profit Season 5 – CNBC
10 p.m. – Ink Master Season 9 – Spike
10:30 p.m. – THE JIM JEFFRIES SHOW – Comedy Central
Wednesday, June 7
8 p.m. – NBA Special: Jimmy Kimmel Live Game Night – ABC
8 p.m. – 2017 CMT Music Awards – CMT
8 p.m. – Nightcap Season 2 – Pop
Thursday, June 8
9 p.m. – Mountain Men Season 6 – History
10 p.m. – Queen of the South Season 2 – USA
Friday, June 9
12:01 a.m. PT – Orange is the New Black Season 5 – Netflix
12:01 a.m. PT – LE MANS: RACING IS EERYTHING – Amazon
8 p.m. – Dark Matter Season 3 – Syfy (First two episodes will air back-to-back, with single episodes airing in successive weeks.)
10 p.m. – Wynonna Earp Season 2 – Syfy
Saturday, June 10
8 p.m. – Idiotsitter Season 2 – Comedy Central
9 p.m. – Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse Season 6 – OWN
10 p.m. – Orphan Black Season 5 – BBC America
Sunday, June 11
8 p.m. – Celebrity Family Feud Season 4 – ABC
8 p.m. – 71st Annual Tony Awards – CBS
8 p.m. – MENENDEZ: BLOOD BROTHERS (TV Movie) – Lifetime
9 p.m. – STEVE HARVEY’S FUNDERDOME – ABC
9 p.m. – American Grit Season 2 – Fox
9 p.m. – CLAWS – TNT
9 p.m. – HAMILTON: BUILDING AMERICA – History
10 p.m. – $100,000 Pyramid Season 2 – ABC
10 p.m. – Jordan Klepper Solves Guns (Comedy special) – Comedy Central
Monday, June 12
8 p.m. – American Ninja Warrior Season 6 – NBC
8 p.m. – So You Think You Can Dance Season 14 – Fox
9 p.m. – SUPERHUMAN – Fox
9 p.m. – Counting On Season 3 – TLC
9 p.m. – THE PUTIN INTERVIEWS (Docu-series) – Showtime
10 p.m. – Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge Season 2 – NBC
Tuesday, June 13
12:01 a.m. PT – OH, HELLO ON BROADWAY (Comedy special) – Netflix
9 p.m. – Face Off Season 12 – Syfy
Wednesday, June 14
9 p.m. – Alaskan Bush People Season 6 – Discovery
10 p.m. – TO TELL THE TRUTH – ABC
10 p.m. – BLOOD DRIVE – Syfy
Thursday, June 15
9 p.m. – The Tunnel: Sabotage (Season 2) – PBS
10 p.m. – Alone Season 3 – History
Friday, June 16
12:01 a.m. PT – The Ranch Season 2 – Netflix
9 p.m. – The Great British Baking Show Season 4 – PBS
Saturday, June 17
10:30 a.m. – LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Season 2 – Disney XD
9 p.m. – Turn: Washington’s Spies Season 4 – AMC
9 p.m. – The Wedding March 2 (TV Movie) – Hallmark
10 p.m. – T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous – HBO
Monday, June 19
9 p.m. – Preacher Season 2 – AMC
Tuesday, June 20
9 p.m. – Wrecked Season 2 – TBS
Wednesday, June 21
8 p.m. – LITTLE BIG SHOTS: FOREVER YOUNG – NBC
Thursday, June 22
8 p.m. – BOY BAND (2-hour premiere) – ABC
8 p.m. – The Wall (Midseason premiere) – NBC
9 p.m. – The Night Shift Season 4 – NBC
10 p.m. – THE GONG SHOW – ABC
Friday, June 23
12:01 a.m. PT – GLOW – Netflix
11 p.m. – Playing House Season 3 – USA (All Season 3 episodes available on VOD on June 24.)
Wednesday, June 28
10 p.m. – Younger Season 4 – TV Land
Thursday, June 29
9 p.m. – BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS – ABC
9 p.m. – Zoo Season 3 – CBS
Friday, June 30
8 p.m. – Masters of Illusion Season 6 – The CW
8 p.m. – Killjoys Season 3 – Syfy
Finally, the Cinderella story of the Richmond Greyhounds has come to an end.
We are now in a new season for the team, and they have started off on the wrong
foot. The team is broken up and Ted has his work cut out for him. The team goes
through a slump, and Ted is now doubting his coaching ability. Ted’s personal life
has also gotten out of control, and he discovers his ex-wife Michelle has started a relationship with their therapist. The wonderkid, Nathan Shelley, the former manager of West Ham has had a change of heart and leaves his job to be with his one true love, the waitress from his favorite restaurant.
She convinces him to return to the Richmond team he started out in and it’s quite evident that
everyone wants him back and held no hard feelings. All of Lawrence’s series he has worked on with others have just that right balance of slice-of-life drama with a little bit of ridiculous comedy that reality dishes us, normal folks, every day.
This all comes to a head in the potential series finale where Ted announced to
Rebecca that he will be returning to the States to his family after his mother tells
him that his son misses him. This puts the Richmond owner into quite a state of denial; doing everything from offering Ted the position of being the highest-paid coach in the league to selling the team after he leaves. The team is also affected by this decision as they perform a number from the musical The Sound of Music that is a more than touching farewell to this family.
This bleeds into their playing as in the final title match the first half is met with
bumbling and possible injuries to their star player Jamie.
After an energizing pep talk and a circle back to the first motivator in the
beginning, a sign Ted made up that said “BELIEVE”, the team dominate the second
half and win with a rousing closing scene that is reminiscent of any 80’s party
movie. It’s a fitting end for this pandemic darling that emotionally carried us through. It is
a must-see series even if you don’t like soccer (football).
No Question Mark Box Here; Super Mario Delivers a 1-Up in Theaters
If you were born in the ’80s, ’90s, or literally ANY decade after those, you know about Super Mario. A cultural phenomenon was brought to life on the big screen this last weekend. One that has not only stood the test of time but reinvented itself time and time again. This wasn’t even the first time it’s been made into a movie but, well, let’s be honest.. some of us choose not to acknowledge the LIVE action adaptation of the beloved game from 30 years ago.
It was pretty bad… But this was animation. ILLUMINATION animation at that. The Universal company that brought us Gru and his Minions, showed us the Secret Life of Pets, and gave us a reason to SING! Still, I had my reservations and even some concerns, especially when the casting was announced.
Eyebrows were raised. As big of stars as they were on paper, could they really deliver on voicing characters from a staple of our childhood? They did.
Chris Pratt and Charlie Day may not be Italian, and Jack Black may not be a King or Turtle creature from the Mushroom Kingdom, but they make the characters their own all while paying homage to the lore of a video game.
From the jump, the story reintroduces us to the brothers that just want to save Brooklyn one clogged sink at a time. We feel an instant connection and relate to these “underdogs of the plumbing world”. The movie is riddled with easter eggs, each of which tugs on the heartstrings of every generation of Mario fandom. And the soundtrack was beautifully put together to not only make us feel like we’re taking a walkthrough of the game but like an experience all its own with some familiar favorites thrown in.
Every word in the movie is pure eye candy for both those that are casual fans, and those analyzing every frame to see what they’ll catch next. Bowser’s ship, the Mushroom Kingdom, Kong’s arena, and the Rainbow Road.. They’re all meant to give us just enough of a “new” look at these amazing worlds, but stay true to how we remember them.
The movie itself moves along at the perfect pace. Although, if you don’t really know ANYTHING about the Super Mario Bros, you may have gotten a little lost and felt left behind in the green tunnel. But that’s ok! It’s an adventure of the imagination and a classic story of a boy that meets a girl and tries to save the world from a monster that wants to destroy it.
What’s funny is that you could easily say this is a story about two characters who couldn’t be more opposite if they tried, battling to win the heart of a princess. Who would’ve thought that the King of the Koopas was just trying to impress his crush?
And that song? Ohhh THAT song! It’s my new ringtone and deserves the Oscar for Best Original Song.
Back to the movie.
Universal and Illumination clearly understood the assignment. Is it missing some things or could things have been done differently or even better? Absolutely! We’re the worst critics of the things we hold nearest and dearest to our hearts. But if you’re up for going on a 90-minute adventure through amazing worlds, with awesome music, and characters that’ll make you smile and laugh, then this is the perfect movie to spring you into that warm summer feeling.
Plus there’s the whole part with karts and shells, and banana peels and oh my goodness how amazing was that?? It’s enough to make you want to stand up and cheer, then go home and destroy your friends and family on your favorite track haha.
The bottom line, it pays homage in all the right ways to the little guy with the mustache, while giving us something new and exciting. Take the kids and go see Super Mario Bros. You’ll be glad you did!
Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment returns to WonderCon 2023
Justice League x RWBY: Superheroes & Hunters Opening Act Saturday, March 25 at 1:30 p.m. on North 200A. Talent confirmed so far to participate in the post-screening panel is Natalie Alyn Lind (Big Sky, The Goldbergs, Gotham) as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince and longtime RWBY cast member Lindsay Jones (Camp Camp) as Ruby, Kara Eberle ( RWBY: Ice Queendom) as Weiss, Arryn Zech (Detective Now Dead) as Blake and Barbara Dunkelman (Blood Fest) as Yang – along with Jeannie Tirado (Soul, Saints Row) as Green Lantern and Tru Valentino (The Rookie, The Cuphead Show!) as a cyborg. Also attending the panel will be producer/director Kerry Shawcross (series RWBY) and writer Meghan Fitzmartin (Supernatural, Justice Society: World War II).
Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment returns to WonderCon 2023 with the big screen debut from DC Animated Films: highlights this year include the world premieres of the highly anticipated Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham and Justice League x RWBY: Superheroes & Hunters Part One the weekend of March 24-26 in Anaheim, California. Both screenings will be followed by panel discussions with actors and creators. Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham premieres at The Arena on Friday, March 24 at 6 p.m. Tati Gabrielle (Kaleidoscope, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Uncharted) as Kai Li Cain, Christopher Gorham (The Lincoln Lawyer, Insatiable) as Oliver Queen, David Dastmalchian (Dune, Suicide Squad, Ant-Man) as Grendon, producer/co-director Sam Liu (The Death and the Return of Superman), co-director Christopher Berkeley (Young Justice) and screenwriter Jase Ricci (Teen Titans Go! and DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem Across the Multiverse).
Both films will have encore screenings in the Arena on Sunday, March 26. Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part One will screen at 12:15pm, followed by Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham at 2:00pm