June TV Calendar

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The following list provides the dates of the major and cable network dramas that are coming to an end for the TV season, made-for-TV movies and more that will air during June:

June 1 – Nashville will return for the remainder of its fifth season on CMT at 9 PM

June 2 – The Lifetime Movie Network movies The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit and Deadly Secrets by the Lake will debut at 8 and 10 PM respectively

MOVIE SYNOPSIS (The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit): Based on the Harlequin novel by Jill Monroe, Jewel Staite (Firefly and Stargate Atlantis) plays Stella Williams who wakes up in a hotel handcuffed to a sexy firefighter Owen Williams (Corey Sevier from Cedar Cove), after losing her job at an insurance company. Messages they left themselves the night before reveal that their lives are in danger. While on the run, flashbacks help Stella put the pieces back together, but before she and Owen can unravel the truth, they are confronted with the reality of their dangerous situation.

MOVIE SYNOPSIS (Deadly Secrets by the Lake): Decorated NYPD Detective Jennifer Riley (Stefanie Von Pfetten from Cracked) returns to her hometown of Thornwood Heights after her sister Lauren is charged with the murder of her boss Victor Townsend. Over the course of the investigation, Jennifer attempts to make amends with her estranged family and exposes the dark underbelly of a long-suppressed secret that threatens to tear Thornwood Heights apart. The movie also stars Steve Byers (Reign and The Man in the High Castle) and Tahmoh Penikett (Battlestar Galactica).

June 2 – Date My Dad is the new UP Channel series to debut at 9 PM

Show Synopsis: This family dramedy tells the story of a single dad Ricky Parker (Barry Watson from 7th Heaven), raising his three daughters alone. Three years after losing their mother, the daughters make it their mission to get their dad back in the game: the dating game, that is. The cast includes Cindy Busby (Cedar Cove), Willie Aames (Eight is Enough), Lochlyn Munro (Riverdale) and legendary actress Raquel Welch.

June 3 – The Hallmark Channel movie Destination Wedding will debut at 9 PM

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: Ellie (Alexa PenaVega) has been painstakingly planning her sister Mandy’s destination wedding for the longest time. She is excited as guests begin arriving at the idyllic beach resort but is somewhat nonplussed when one of them turns out to be her ex-boyfriend Greg (Jeremy Guilbaut), who is the groom’s best man. When Mandy (Andrea Brooks) and her fiancé don’t show up, Ellie and Greg must lie to the guests and assure them everything is okay when it clearly isn’t. With the wedding fast approaching and Mandy’s attendance a question mark, Ellie and Greg scramble to stave off disaster while simultaneously falling back in love with each other.

June 4 – The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie Site Unseen: An Emma Fielding Mystery will debut at 9 PM

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: Based on the series of novels by famed historical archaeologist turned fiction writer Dana Cameron, Courtney Thorne-Smith (Life with Jim and Melrose Place) stars as Emma Fielding, a brilliant, dedicated, and driven archaeologist who discovers artifacts that have been lost for hundreds of years–and she’s very, very good at it. Emma has recently unearthed evidence of a possible 17th century coastal Maine settlement that predates Jamestown, one of the most significant archaeological finds in years. But the dead body she uncovers on the site pushes Emma into a different kind of exploration. Her dig site is suddenly in jeopardy of being shut down, due to the meddling of local treasure-hunters and a second suspicious murder. Emma must team with the handsome FBI Agent investigating the case to dig up dirt on the killer, before Emma and her excavation are ancient history. James Tupper (Revenge and Men in Trees) co-stars.

June 4 – Fear the Walking Dead will air its two-hour season premiere on AMC at 9 PM

June 4 – The series finale of The Leftovers will air on HBO at 9 PM

June 4 – The White Princess will air its season finale on Starz at 8 PM

June 5 – Gotham will air its two-hour season finale on FOX at 8 PM

June 5 – The summer premiere of Shadowhunters and the season premiere of Stitchers will air on Freeform at 8 and 9 PM respectively

June 8 – The season premiere of Queen of the South will air at 10 PM on the USA Network

June 9 – The season premiere of Orange Is the New Black will air today on Netflix

June 9 – The two-hour season premiere of Dark Matter will air at the special time of 8 PM followed by the season premiere Wynonna Earp at 10 PM on Syfy

June 10 – The AMC period piece drama The Son will air its season finale at 9 PM

June 10 – The season premiere of the final season of Orphan Black will air on BBC America at 10 PM

June 10 – The Perfect Bride is the new Hallmark Channel movie that will debut at 9 PM

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: Fitness instructor Molly Winters (Pascale Hutton from When Calls the Heart and Sanctuary) runs the very popular Bridal Boot Camp, helping prospective brides-to-be get in shape, mind, body and soul, for their big day. But things get complicated when she meets Nick (Kavan Smith, her on-screen husband on When Calls the Heart), the fiancé of one of her new “recruits,” and sparks fly. As Molly’s feelings for Nick grow, she finds herself trying to help someone else get ready to marry the man she is falling in love with.

June 11 – The original made-for-TV movie Menendez: Blood Brothers will air at 8 PM on Lifetime

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: Based on the true story, the movie explores the inner lives and motivation behind the murders of entertainment executive Jose Menendez and his wife Kitty at the hands of their sons Lyle and Erik in 1989. The cast includes singer-turned-actress Courtney Love, Benito Martinez (American Crime), Nico Tortorella (Younger) and Myko Olivier (Castle).

June 13 – The 2-hour season finale of Famous in Love will air on Freeform at 9 PM

June 14 – The season finale of The Handmaid’s Tale will air online on Hulu

June 14 – The new thriller Blood Drive will debut on Syfy at 10 PM

Show Synopsis: After Los Angeles’ last good cop (Alan Ritchson from Smallville and Blue Mountain State) is forced to join a twisted cross-country death race, his only hope of survival is a dangerous femme fatale who has the need for speed (Christina Ochoa from Matador). Oh, and forget gasoline… these cars run on human blood! The cast includes Colin Cunningham (Falling Skies).

June 15 – The second season of The Tunnel: Sabotage will premiere on PBS at 9 PM

Show Synopsis: Follow Elise (Clémence Poésy from the Harry Potter franchise) and Karl (Stephen Dillane from Game of Thrones) as they investigate the abduction of a French couple from the Eurotunnel, leaving behind their young daughter. The case is complicated by a plane crash in the Channel, killing all on board.

June 16 – The series finale of Reign will air on The CW at 9 PM

June 17 – The Hallmark Channel movie The Wedding March 2 will debut at 9 PM

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: In the follow-up to last year’s The Wedding March 2, where former college sweethearts Olivia (Josie Bissett from the original Melrose Place) and Mick (Jack Wagner from When Calls the Heart) unexpectedly reunited, the two become partners in running a wedding resort. As they work side by side in this new venture, they learn that although their business relationship is flawed and not working there just may be romance in their future.

June 17 – The two-hour season premiere of the final season of Turn: Washington’s Spies will air on AMC at 9 PM

June 18 – The PBS mini-series Grantchester will air its season premiere on PBS at 9 PM

June 18 – The season finale of American Gods will air on Starz at 9 PM

June 19 – Better Call Saul will air its season finale on AMC at 10 PM

June 20 – The season premiere of Queen Sugar will air on a special night tonight on OWN at 10 PM

NOTE: The series will then move to its regular timeslot tomorrow night, June 21, at 10 PM,

June 21 – The season finale of Fargo will air on FX at 10 PM

June 21 – The season finale of Gomorrah will air on SundanceTV at 10 PM

June 22 – The new Spike TV drama The Mist will debut at 10 PM

Show Synopsis: When the residents of Bridgeville, Maine find themselves engulfed by a foreboding mist containing a myriad of inexplicable and bizarre threats, their humanity is put to the test. Among the cast are Alyssa Sutherland (Vikings), Frances Conroy (Six Feet Under), Isiah Whitlock, Jr. (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), Darren Pettie (Madam Secretary and Ringer) and Morgan Spector (Allegiance and Person of Interest).

June 22 – The season premiere of The Night Shift will air on NBC at 10 PM

June 23 – The Originals will air its season finale on The CW at 8 PM

June 24 – The Hallmark Channel movie My Favorite Wedding will debut at 9 PM

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: Potential Northwestern fellow Tess Harper (Maggie Lawson from Psych) lasers through her best friend’s wedding planning like the star doctor she hopes to soon become. In fact, Tess puzzles through any problem – provided it’s not her own. When she meets divorce lawyer and groom’s best friend, Michael, Tess maneuvers around him like a gurney in the emergency room until she discovers this best man has a few moves of his own.  The cast includes Paul Greene (When Calls the Heart).

June 25 – The Starz drama Power will air its season premiere at 9 PM

June 25 – The season premiere of Preacher will air on a special night and time on AMC at 10 PM

NOTE: The show will move to its regular timeslot on Monday, June 26 at 9 PM.

June 27 – The season finale of iZombie will air on The CW at 9 PM

June 27 – The series finale of Pretty Little Liars will air on Freeform at 8 PM

June 28 – The season premiere of Younger will air at 10 PM on TV Land

June 28 – The second season of Cleverman will premiere on SundanceTV at 10 PM

June 28 – The third and final season premiere of Broadchurch will air at 10 PM on BBC America

June 29 – The CBS series Zoo will air its season premiere at 10 PM

June 30 – The season premiere on Killjoys will air on Syfy at 8 PM

Mark your calendars!

Using her favorite online handle, Rueben is an East Coast-bred gal who is now a permanent Californian and a lifelong tv-oholic. She watches at least 25 TV shows a week, goes to the movies as often as possible, listens to music every waking moment, reads every day and “plays” on the internet every chance she can. Some of her current favorite TV shows are Outlander, Arrow, Grimm, The Blacklist, Teen Wolf, Killjoys, Dark Matter, The Shannara Chronicles, Good Witch, When Calls the Heart, The 100, Switched at Birth, Jane the Virgin, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Flash and The Fosters (among others). Follow her at @ruebenrambling or contact her at