Looking for something new to watch? Here's what you can check out on TV and streaming for June 3rd and June 4th:
CMT Celebrates Our Heroes on CMT, Paramount Network, Pop TV and TV Land
Even as protests for racial justice continue across the country, our frontline healthcare workers are still dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. Over 106,000 americans have died, so far, from Coronavirus. On Wednesday June 3rd, CMT will honor our nurses and doctors with a special musical event. Among the artists scheduled to perform are Darius Rucker, Reba McEntire, Zac Brown, Tim McGraw, FGL, Kane Brown, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Luke Combs and Kelsea Ballerini (just to name a few).
Spelling the Dream on Netflix
This year's National Spelling Bee had to be cancelled due to the pandemic. But now Netflix is allowing us to experience all the d-r-a-m-a. This documentary explores the trend of Indian Americans dominating the Bee in recent years.
The Thomas John Experience on CBS All Access
I got to see Thomas John's live show at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. It is fascinating! For those who can't make it to Vegas, starting June 4th you can experience this celebrity psychic medium in his new streaming show on CBS All Access.
Godchild on streaming
If you love the music of Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Duke Ellington you'll want to check out the documentary Godchild. It begins streaming June 4th.
Summer Rush on Food Network
With so many restaurants struggling right now, the Food Network is celebrating the Foy Family who runs three restaurants in Bolton Landing, NY. The series premieres June 4th.
Heartland on UPtv
Not many shows last for 13 seasons! But this family drama on UPtv is about to do just that. Head to the Rockies for a brand new season, starting June 4th.
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