Tonight’s Premieres
AMAZON: El Presidente (Premiere)
APPLE+: Dear…(Premiere)
CINEMAX: Trackers (Premiere) at 10p
DIY: Beach Front Bargain Hunt Renovation (Premiere) at 9p
NETFLIX: Queer Eye (Premiere)
VH1: RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars (Premiere) at 8p
DIY: Beach Front Bargain Hunt Renovation (Finale) at 8p

(SATURDAY 6/6/20)
OVATION TV: Frankie Drake Mysteries (Finale) at 7p

(SUNDAY 6/7/20)
AXS TV: The 1960s Rediscovered (Premiere) at 9a
Epix: Laurel Canyon (Premiere) at 9p
Food Network: Symon’s Dinners Cooking Out (Premiere) at 12:30p
HBO: I May Destroy You (Premiere) at 10:30p
HGTV: Renovation Island (Premiere) at 8p
ID: American Monster (Premiere) at 9p
Nat Geo: Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (Premiere) at 10p
Weather Channel: Top 100 Weather Moments (Premiere) at 10p
HLN: The Killer Truth (Finale) at 10p
Nat Geo: Wicked Tuna (Finale) at 8:30p

Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) narrates The History of Home, premiering on CuriosityStream on Thursday, June 18. The three-parter explores the histories and mysteries of famous homes around the world.
(Source: Cynopsis)

While 89% of sports fans have a pay-TV or subscription OTT service, 51% still watch pirate sports services at least once a month, according to Synamedia’s new “Charting Global Sports Piracy” report, drawing on results from a 10-country study of over 6,000 sports fans conducted by Ampere Analysis. The study also found that of those who regularly view illegal sports content, 42% watch sports fixtures on a daily basis, over 60% higher than the average sports fan. “Global spend on TV sports rights is set to total almost $50bn in 2020. Protecting these revenues and keeping sports on screens requires a deeper understanding of the evolving piracy landscape and a cogent response,” said Simon Brydon, Senior Director, Sports Rights Anti-Piracy at Synamedia.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey donated $3 million to Know Your Rights Camp, an organization dedicated to empowering people of color that was established by former NFL star Colin Kaepernick. The donation comes through Dorsey’s Small Grants fund. Dorsey also donated $5 million to World Central Kitchen; $1 million to DigDeep, which provides hot and cold running water to members of the Navajo Nation; and $500,000 to SisterHearts, a thrift store in Louisiana.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Apple posted a letter from CEO Tim Cook on its website on Thursday, in response to the protests over the killing of George Floyd. “At Apple, our mission has been and always will be to create technology that empowers people to change the world for the better. We’ve always drawn strength from diversity, welcomed people from every walk of life to our stores around the world, and strived to build an Apple that is inclusive of everyone,” Cook wrote in part. “But we must do more. We commit to continuing our work to bring critical resources and technology to underserved school systems. We commit to continuing to fight the forces of environmental injustice — like climate change — which disproportionately harm Black communities and other communities of color. We commit to looking inward and pushing progress forward on inclusion and diversity, so that every great idea can be heard. And we’re donating to organizations including the Equal Justice Initiative, which challenge racial injustice and mass incarceration.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Univision announced the launch of VAMOS, a voter analytics and media optimization tool that consolidates the insights Univision has been offering, coupling it with richer data that has recently become available by leveraging new learnings regarding evolving viewing behaviors. “The nation’s Hispanic voters are not monolithic. It is key for each of the political parties and campaigns to speak to the 32 million eligible Hispanic voters across the US about the issues and candidates,” said Univision’s Michele Day, SVP, Political, Advocacy & Government Group. “If you are not speaking to them as part of your political buying strategy, then you are missing out on an opportunity to reach our exclusive audience, 83% of which don’t watch any of the top 10 English-language networks.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Discovery and Science Channel’s Space Launch Live: America Returns to Space on May 30 averaged a 2.44 P25-54 rating and over 4.7 million viewers, ranking as the #1 non-prime telecast in history of Discovery Channel. Discovery’s launch coverage also was television’s #1 telecast for the entire day across P/M/W25-54, P/M/W18-49, P/M/W18-34, P2-11 and P12-17, and became the highest-rated telecast in the history of Science Channel with a 1.00 P25-54 rating, while pulling in 1.31 million total viewers. Collectively, Discovery and Science Channel reached a combined 7.21 million total viewers across the two hours.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The latest episode of WE tv’s Growing Up Hip Hop lifted the network to the #1 spot in primetime across broadcast and cable among African American A25-54 and African American W18-49 and 25-54. The latest airing marked the second consecutive week of season-high ratings among A25-54, A18-49, and the third consecutive week among P2+, delivering 900,000 total viewers in Nielsen L+3 ratings.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Today’s Jackpot is $378 million

You can now play in 43 states plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Saturday’s Jackpot is $20 million. 

Powerball is played in 43 states.

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