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This week’s 5 best bets for what to watch

‘Gilmore Girls’

Head back to Stars Hollow with Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) in the four-part event “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” (Friday, Netflix).

‘Sister Wives’

Las Vegas’ favorite polygamists, the Brown family, are back in a new season of “Sister Wives” (8 p.m. Sunday, TLC).


In 1958, interracial couple Richard and Mildred Loving (Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga) marry, then have to fight for the right to live as a family under Virginia law, in the fact-based “Loving,” in theaters Friday.

Soul Train Awards

Erykah Badu hosts Soul Train Awards 2016 (8 p.m. Sunday, BET), featuring performances by Bobby Brown, Dru Hill and Doug E. Fresh, which was taped Nov. 6 at Orleans Arena.

‘Outlaws and Angels’

A gang of bank robbers (led by Chad Michael Murray) takes a family hostage in the Western “Outlaws and Angels” (Wednesday, Amazon), directed by Vegas native JT Mollner.


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‘City on a Hill’ explores Boston Miracle

The 10-episode drama, with an impressive cast that includes an Emmy-worthy Kevin Bacon, debuts Sunday on Showtime.

TV best bets for the week of June 16

This week’s top choices include the debut of “City on a Hill,” the return of “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” and the MTV Movie and TV Awards.

Illinois meteorologist off air after weather-alert remarks

Joe Crain, a WICS-TV staff member since 2004, disappeared from the weather report after ad-libbing June 5 about Sinclair Broadcast Group’s “Code Red” moniker.

‘Hadestown’ wins 8 Tony Awards, including best musical

Hadestown, the brooding musical about the underworld, had a heavenly night at the Tony Awards, winning eight trophies Sunday, including best new musical and handing a rare win for a female director of a musical.