Here’s What to Watch This Weekend

New TV:

Friday, June 2 – Sunday, June 4, 2023

• Friday on Netflix:  The series finale of “Manifest”.


• Friday on Peacock:  “Shooting Stars”, a movie about the life of LeBron James based on a book written by the same guy who did “Friday Night Lights”.  (Trailer) (Casting)


• Friday on Max:  The streaming premiere of “Magic Mike’s Last Dance”.  (Trailer)


Friday’s Late-Night Talk Shows:

Due to the writers’ strike, all the late-night shows will be airing reruns for the foreseeable future.

“Jimmy Fallon”Lucy Liu, Damson Idris, Bizarrap, and Shakira.  (Repeat)

“Jimmy Kimmel”Will Ferrell, Colson “Machine Gun Kelly” Baker, and The Linda Lindas.  (Repeat)

“Stephen Colbert”Janelle Monáe, Jamie Oliver, M. Night Shyamalan, and Samuel L. Jackson.  (Repeat)

“Seth Meyers”Rachel Brosnahan, Matthew Rhys, and Francia Raisa.  (Repeat)

“James Corden”Chrissy Teigen, Rose Byrne, and Kat Radley.  (Repeat)

• Saturday at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on TNT:  Game 1 of the “Stanley Cup” finals.  The Florida Panthers vs. the Vegas Golden Knights.  Game 2 is Monday.


• Sunday at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on ABC:  Game 2 of the “NBA Finals”.  The Denver Nuggets vs. the Miami Heat.  Denver leads 1-0 going into the weekend.


• Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on TNT:  “The Lazarus Project”.  A British drama about a new recruit to a top secret organization dedicated to undoing mass-extinction events by turning back time, and his efforts to save the woman he loves.  (Trailer)


• Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on HBO:  “The Idol”Lily-Rose Depp plays a pop star who falls for a shady self-help guru played by The Weeknd while trying to reclaim her sex symbol status after a nervous breakdown.


PROFANITY WARNING: The trailer is uncensored.