A decent night of TV with new episodes of The Bold Type and Animal Kingdom. Also, for you Tennis fans, The CW has an introspective on legends Federer and Nadal – just in time for Wimbledon.
Most importantly, on Twitter, at 10p (EST), we’ll be live tweeting our next installment of the LOST Series re-watch with episode 11, “All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues” (a Jack episode – always the most screwed up)! Follow me on Twitter (@Popcultureview) and tweet along with us! We have to go back!
1st Choice: The Bold Type. “Kat sets out to hire someone for the social team, but is unhappy by the applicant pool’s lack of diversity. Jane, meanwhile, faces the financial realities of her freelance situation.” Freeform
2nd Choice: Strokes of Genius. In honor of Wimbledon, “Tennis icons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are chronicled in depth in a retrospective on their epic 2008 Wimbledon final, which saw Nadal end Federer’s five-year reign on Centre Court. Based on the 2009 book by L. Jon Wertheim.” The CW
3rd Choice: Drunk History. Maybe the funniest show on TV serves up an hour of repeats tonight on Comedy Central.
1st Choice: Animal Kingdom. “J tries to make his relationship with Nicky work as he faces pressure from Smurf to clean up loose ends from Javi’s murder. Craig gathers the boys to defend the Codys’ reputation in town when outside.” TNT
2nd Choice: Chopped. “Judge Martha Stewart tastes a corn dog for the first time; the competitors work with lamb and pie; in the final round, an unusual coffee drink and a special citrus ingredient prompt the chefs to bring some distinct flavors to the plate.” Food
3rd Choice: Strokes of Genius. Continues on The CW.
1st Choice: LOST Series Re(Watch). “All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues” is an important episode in LOST – it further fleshes out Jack’s complicated (read: fucked up) relationship with his (dead) father, Christian, while on the Island, Claire and Charlie are missing and the Island’s mysteries grow. Hulu
2nd Choice: The Wonderland Murders. “When Ashley Benson is found murdered in a trendy Portland hotel, detectives focus on three suspects, all of whom have been romantically linked to Ashley. Ashley’s parents, meanwhile, must come to grips with their daughter’s secret life” ID
3rd Choice: The Last Defense. “Darlie’s current defense team explores alternative theories that the jury may not have fully considered and lays out their strategy for a retrial. With Darlie’s execution impending, she and Darin reveal the agony of love under a death sentence.” ABC