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ZOOZoo - Mitch and Chloe’s (Billy Burke, Nora Arnezeder) mission in Rio de Janeiro is sidetracked when a drug kingpin kidnaps them, in the new episode This Is What It Sounds Like. Abraham (Nonso Anozie) sets out to rescue them. The search for prison escapee Evan Lee Hartley (guest star Marcus Hester) eventually gets Jamie (Kristen Connolly), who’s working with Jackson and Agent Shaffer (James Wolk, guest star Geoff Stults), into big trouble. (CBS, CTV)
Photograph by: Timothy Kuratek , CBS©2015 

CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock

For the third consecutive year, the group Little Big Town hosts this digest of the four-day June event that brings country music stars and fans together. The occasion was quite special for performer Keith Urban, named the Country Music Association’s first national ambassador for its Music Education Matters campaign. Other featured artists included Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean and Rascal Flatts. (ABC)

Tyrant

After his side suffers dreadful losses, Barry (Adam Rayner) grapples with the notion that he needs the palace’s support to survive, in the new episode Fathers and Sons. Meanwhile, as his paranoia mounts, Jamal (Ashraf Barhom) questions where Rami’s (Keon Alexander) loyalty lies. Sammy (Noah Silver), devastated by Abdul’s (Mehdi Dehbi) death, plans to give his money to insurgents fighting the Army of the Caliphate. (FX Canada)

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Mitch and Chloe’s (Billy Burke, Nora Arnezeder) mission in Rio de Janeiro is sidetracked when a drug kingpin kidnaps them, in the new episode This Is What It Sounds Like. Abraham (Nonso Anozie) sets out to rescue them. The search for prison escapee Evan Lee Hartley (guest star Marcus Hester) eventually gets Jamie (Kristen Connolly), who’s working with Jackson and Agent Shaffer (James Wolk, guest star Geoff Stults), into big trouble. (CBS, CTV)

Movie: Back on Board: Greg Louganis

Filmmaker Cheryl Furjanic got unprecedented access to Olympic gold medallist Greg Louganis for her award-winning and surprisingly candid 2014 documentary, which chronicles the complex life of the diving champion as he returns to the sports world as a mentor to up-and-coming divers. Louganis once dominated that world, yet occasionally it did not welcome his presence as an openly gay man who was also HIV-positive. (HBO Canada)

Big Smo

In Family Matters, the first of two new back-to-back episodes, Smo is haunted by a bad performance from one year ago at the biggest mud park in the South, so he returns to the scene of that “crime” to reclaim his victory. Immediately following, in Private Smo, he surprises the troops at Fort Campbell, Ky., with a free show, plus a substantial charitable donation. (A&E)

 

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