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PopWatch Planner: 'The Fault in Our Stars', 'Tony Awards', and more

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Ansel Elgort
James Bridges

The first full week of June has everything you could ask for from summer entertainment: Comedy, action, love, sex, awards, “reality” television, and Tom Cruise. From The Fault in Our Stars finally hitting theaters to the return of fan-favorite comedy Enlisted, here’s what your pop culture calendar looks like this week:


Enlisted, 7 p.m., Fox

The canceled comedy is returning to air its final four episodes in a new time slot. First up is an episode about a prank war that might be our favorite half hour of the season.


Mistresses, 10 p.m., ABC

Season 2 premieres eight months after the events of the finale, and comes packed full of hookups, twists, and one pairing you will not see coming. But if that’s not enough, we can also promise a Punky Brewster sighting.


Famous in 12, 8 p.m., The CW

In a new reality show, one family teams up with TMZ to try and achieve fame in 12 weeks. All we know is it’s being called a “social experiment.”


2014 CMT Music Awards, 8 p.m., CMT

Kristen Bell hosts, Luke Bryan, and Miranda Lambert sing. What can we say? It’s all things country. Well, except for the Kristen Bell part.


The Challenge: Free Agents, 10 p.m., MTV

With less than half the season left, the competition — and love triangles — are finally heating up in Uruguay. There’s simply no better (absolutely ridiculous) summer drama than this.


The Fault in Our Stars in theaters

John Green’s beloved novel finally hits the big screen in a powerful, funny, everything-you-want-it-to-be sort of way. Bring tissues (and maybe a shoulder to cry on).


Edge of Tomorrow in theaters

The title had us confused, but we hear the Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt flick is shocking critics … in a good way.


Veep, 10 p.m., HBO OR Tony Awards 8 p.m., CBS

Make your choice: Find out if the Veep will become the POTUS in the season finale of Veep OR catch Hugh Jackman hosting the Tony Awards. Or you could watch one and record the other? Just sayin’.