Plus: 'O.J.: Made in America' is some of the year's best TV

By Ray Rahman
Updated June 10, 2016 at 10:40 PM EDT
Credit: Jason Bell/CBS

Your daily guide to the most interesting stuff happening on TV and streaming. All times Eastern.


The 70th Annual Tony Awards

CBS, Sunday, 8 p.m.

Do I even have to tell you why to watch this? Yes? Oh, okay: Hamilton, dummy! The musical no one can get a ticket to will be beamed into your living room for free. Also, it will win a boatload of awards. Also, James Corden is hosting. In short: Watch this!


Voltron: Legendary Defender

Netflix, Friday, streaming

Nostalgic fanboys and girls, assemble! The fondly remembered ’80s cartoon gets a reboot, led by the voice of The Walking Dead‘s Steven Yeun.


O.J.: Made in America

ABC, Saturday, 9 p.m.

This is, bar none, one of the best pieces of television you’ll see all year. Clocking in at 8 hours (over the course of several nights on ABC and ESPN), this 30 for 30 documentary examines not just everything about O.J. Simpson’s life and trial, but also Los Angeles, civil rights, the police, race, fame — you name it. It manages to be a compelling, even thrilling tale about one man’s rise and fall — while also widening its lens to be bigger than one person.


Still the King

CMT, Sunday, 9 p.m.

What has been Billy Ray Cyrus been up to lately, other than being Miley’s dad? Glad you asked: The former country star has a new scripted comedy wherein he plays, well, a former country star who now lives life as an Elvis impersonator. Curious? Learn all about it with our lengthy interview with Cyrus himself.