Today’s Top 5 TV Picks – Sunday June 16

Today’s Top 5 Picks


2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

12 p.m. ET on FOX

Group F play for the United States women’s soccer team continues in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup as they take on Chile, who is making their first World Cup appearance. Midfielder Megan Rapinoe leads the attack for the U.S. team, seeking to repeat as champions after winning the World Cup in 2015. This game sets the stage for Thursday’s rematch with Sweden, who defeated the U.S. in the 2016 Summer Olympics.


The Good Fight

9 p.m. ET on CBS – Series Premiere

This critically acclaimed spinoff of “The Good Wife” normally is available only for subscribers to CBS All Access, the network’s streaming service. In a move to boost the profile of this terrific legal drama, however, for the next several weeks CBS is airing all 10 episodes from Season 1, starting tonight with “Inauguration,” which sees Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) joining a new firm after an investment scam wipes out her savings. Rose Leslie (“Game of Thrones”) and Cush Jumbo co-star; another episode immediately follows.


The Redemption ­Project

9 p.m. ET on CNN – Season Finale

Van Jones closes out Season 1 of his poignant series about crime victims searching for closure with a finale called “Death of an American Dream.” The episode focuses on Aldo and Mario Gonzalez Jr., who want to meet the man who killed their immigrant father. Through years of hard work, Mario Sr. finally was living the American dream with his family until he was shot while trying to stop a robbery.


City on a Hill

9 p.m. ET on SHOWTIME – Series Premiere

Shortly after relocating to Boston from Brooklyn, N.Y., Assistant District Attorney Decourcy Ward (Aldis Hodge, “Leverage”) forms a tenuous alliance with renowned FBI veteran Jackie Rohr (Kevin Bacon), who rarely hesitates to bend the rules to get results in this new crime drama. Their shared mission: taking down a family of armored car robbers. Jill Hennessy co-stars.



10:30 p.m. ET on PBS – Season Premiere

Season 3 of this historical drama opens with Silas (Stuart Martin) now fully integrated into the Pamunkey tribe, having betrayed the Jamestown settlement. Alice (Sophie Rundle) pleads with Governor Yeardley (Jason Flemyng) to spare Silas’ life, but the governor is far more concerned about a scheme between Jocelyn (Naomi Battrick) and Secretary Farlow (Burn Gorman).

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