What To Watch: 06/28/2021

We’ve got dragons and bachelorettes and awkward kids, oh my! It’s a June Monday, but even though these can be slow we’ve got you covered.

BRAD’S PICK:
The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement [Netflix]
When you are a disposed princess what do you do to get your kingdom back? Well you find seven evil knights and convince them to fight for you of course. That’s the story behind this new anime series that hits Netflix today. Netflix is really being the a game when it comes to giving anime fans a good selection. I just hope that Princess can keep those evil guys in line.

FIONA’S PICK:
The Bachelorette [ABC, 8p]
Last week we got to know the guys better after an intense group date that left the men sharing dark secrets. Katie went on a solo date with single dad Michael A. where they talked about his wife’s passing and forming a new type of love together. It was very cute! This week Katie is getting a surprise visitor from Tayshia’s past. Will he swoop in and win Katie’s heart? Or are Katie’s connections with other guys in the house already too strong?

JASON’S PICK:
Duncanville [Fox, 9p]
Cannot get enough of this oddly charming, yet subtly deeply dark animated series from Amy Poehler. This week we get a Jing-centric episode which should be a lot of fun.  

  • So Freakin’ Cheap showcases families who take thrift to an extreme. It debuted on Discovery+ streaming a few days ago, but launches on TLC tonight.
  • After a misplaced vape caused a “scandal,” Hannah angrily leaves the European yacht helmed by Captain Sandy and Malia. I’m told these are real people who exist and are filmed and about whom people care about on the Bravo reality show Below Deck Mediterranean and that’s the biggest plot point of the sixth season debuting tonight.
  • Celebrity IOU gets some impressive guest gifters for its inaugural season. Tonight, HGTV releases two new episode as LeAnn Rimes tells a friend how he will live and Jeremy Renner hires people with hawk’s eyes for detail to overhal his parents’ place.

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