The Bold Type Series Finale
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Wednesday, June 30. All hours are Eastern.
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The daring type (Free form, 10 p.m., series finale): After five seasons of Sutton (Meghann Fahy), Kat (Aisha Dee) and Jane (Katie Stevens) exploring their friendship, as well as their professional and romantic identities, it’s time to say goodbye to the women of Scarlet magazine – and the show’s media industry which probably exists in a parallel universe. The daring type will end his race with “I want you to have adventures”. The drama, created by Sarah Watson, also stars Sam Page, Nikohl Boosheri, Stephen Conrad Moore, Matt Ward and Melora Hardin as the world’s best boss.
Loki (Disney +, 3:01)
Dragging the Classics: The Brady Group (Paramount +, 3:01): It’s the TV crossover you never knew you needed. The cast of The Brady Group will recreate the iconic episode, “The Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?” with some RuPaul’s Drag Race fan favorites. The episode will use innovative cutting-edge technology to transport the cast to the original Brady house.
America: the movie (Netflix, 3:01): In this animated sci-fi parody, President George Washington and his men go to war to save their country in an alternate timeline. Matt Thompson directed this feature film with a stellar voice cast including Channing Tatum, Jason Mantzoukas (obviously), Judy Greer, Olivia Munn, Will Forte and Andy Samberg. Keep an eye out for William Hughes’ review on the site later today.
Somos (Netflix, 3:01): This six-episode show is based on the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ginger Thompson ProPublica report titled “How the United States Started a Massacre in Mexico”. The series gives a take on the victims of a 2011 massacre in the Mexican town of Allende due to a DEA operation that went awry when the Los Zetas drug cartel killed hundreds. because of an alleged snitch in their midst.
Sophie: a murder in West Cork (Netflix, 3:01): Directed by John Dower, this crime docu-series follows the investigation into the death of French filmmaker Sophie Toscan du Plantier while on vacation in West Cork, Ireland in 1996. Her murder has become an obsession. media in Ireland and France.
Dogs with extraordinary jobs (Smithsonian Channel, 8 p.m., series premiere): Get ready for one of the cutest shows of recent times. This five-part series shines a light on canids around the world putting their lives at risk to save humans, whether it’s a team of canine sleuths helping prevent ecological disaster or hunting down hidden ivory illegally left Africa. The show reveals how dogs’ natural abilities are creatively harnessed to increase the safety and maintain the health of our planet. It is narrated by Victoria Stilwell, renowned dog behavior expert and bestselling author.