The TVLine-Up: What’s Leaving, New and Returning the Week of June 28

3 am Hanna Season 2 premiere (Amazon Prime; all episodes)
3 am Regular Heroes Season 1 finale (Amazon Prime)
12 am Sex Life Season 2 finale (Epix)
9 am Sesame Street: Fourth of July Celebration special (HBO)
8 pm A Capitol Fourth special (PBS)
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3 am Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj Volume 6 finale (Netflix)
8 pm BET Awards (BET, CBS)
8 pm Black Monday midseason premiere (Showtime)
10 pm I’ll Be Gone in the Dark docuseries premiere (HBO)
10 pm Penny Dreadful: City of Angels Season 1 finale (Showtime)
12 am Robot Chicken midseason premiere (Adult Swim)

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Launch Gallery

7 pm Kids, Race and Unity: A Nick News Special hosted by Alicia Keys (Nickelodeon)
10 pm Cannonball sneak preview (NBC)
3 am George Lopez: We’ll Do It For Half comedy special (Netflix)
8 pm If Loving You Is Wrong: Oh So Right reunion special (OWN)
10 pm The Genetic Detective Season 1 finale (ABC)
10 pm Welcome to Chechnya documentary premiere (HBO)
3 am Say I Do series premiere (Netflix; all episodes)
3 am Unsolved Mysteries revival premiere (Netflix; all episodes)
3 am Warrior Nun series premiere (Netflix; all episodes)
8 pm Council of Dads series finale (NBC)
9 pm Carl Weber’s The Family Business Season 2, Part 1 premiere (BET+; six episodes)
3 am The Baby-Sitters Club reboot premiere (Netflix; all episodes)
3 am Desperados original movie premiere (Netflix)
3 am Hamilton! Want scoop on any of the above shows?

This week, you’ll find 11 premieres (including a new season of Hanna and the return of Black Monday), six finales (including Penny Dreadful: City of Angels and the recently cancelled Council of Dads) and myriad specials (including the Disney+ premiere of Broadway’s Hamilton and a virtual Capitol Fourth celebration). So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the VCR… however it is you roll. With more than 530 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable and streaming, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

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