We know there will be more Bruins action now that they’ve swept the Penguins, but the exact schedule for the Stanley Cup finals won’t be announced until the LA-Chicago series is finished. There’s also the NBA finals, with each game preceded by a Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night pregame show. Game 2 is tonight (Sunday).
Sunday, June 9
The 67th Annual Tony Awards (8-11 pm, CBS)
Maybe you don’t care for basketball and would prefer to watch this. Neil Patrick Harris is hosting again, which is pretty much reason enough to tune in.
Monday, June 10
Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer (9-10:30 pm, HBO)
This documentary tells the story of the Russian feminist performance art group and the 2012 protest that led to their arrest and imprisonment.
Tuesday, June 11
Fashion Police (10:30-11 pm, E!)
FP’s normal airtime is Fridays at 10, but in honor of Joan Rivers’ 80th birthday E! has special installments of the show each night this week from Monday through Thursday at 10:30, with guests stopping by to wish her well.
Wednesday, June 12
Royal Pains (9-10 pm, USA)
I’ve never seen a single episode of this show about a doctor with a boutique medical practice in the Hamptons, but it’s starting its fifth season tonight so clearly it has its fans. (I know my mom loves it.) Following at 10 is the third-season premiere of Necessary Roughness, another USA series that I’ve never watched, but I’m a fan of Callie Thorne so I’m glad it has worked out for her.
Thursday, June 13
How It’s Made: Dream Cars (10-11 pm, Science Channel)
This offshoot of the long-running Canadian series visits factories making some of the world’s most desirable cars. Tonight’s two episodes feature the Morgan Aero Coupe and the Porsche 911.
Friday, June 14
Vice (11-11:30 pm, HBO)
The dude-mag’s investigative-reporting program concludes its first season with Dennis Rodman’s February trip to North Korea. This might be worth watching just for a look at the notoriously closed-off nation, its people, and leader Kim Jong-un.
Saturday, June 15
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (9-11 pm, CNN)
Once again, finding anything decent to watch on Saturday nights is tough, especially during the summer. So maybe this is a good time to check out Bourdain’s show. Perhaps you hadn’t realized that the wandering gourmand had packed up his “No Reservations” format and moved to CNN, which is trying to produce more original, non-news programming. Its first season has concluded, but two episodes repeat tonight.
(Note: this information is accurate as of publication time, but programming is subject to change at the discretion of channels and networks. All times listed are Eastern time.)