What’s On Tonight: Daniel Radcliffe And Steve Buscemi Celebrate Independence On ‘Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail’


Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS, 10:30 pm) — Season 3 of this anthology series continues in 1844, when an idealistic preacher (Daniel Radcliffe) must join forces with a wanted outlaw (Steve Buscemi) as they set off on the eponymous trail by wagon. TBS suggests that the promise and peril that they encounter might remind us of our own times. Following the butt-shaking Radcliffe scene from a few weeks ago, the group pauses for the Fourth of July at Independence Rock. Benny’s attempting to become the most dominant outlaw out there while Ezekiel only wants to enjoy the holiday.

Stargirl (CW, 8:00pm) — Courtney grows suspicious of an unanticipated visitor while both Barbara and Pat express concern after a different surprise.

Untold: Malice at the Palace (Netflix film) — The Wild Wild Country creators bring a fresh, five-part sports docuseries that will drop weekly. This week, Christy Martin’s plight takes center stage following her 1996 undercard fight at the Mike Tyson/Frank Bruno fight. Martin’s story is a perilous one, given that she was not only keeping her sexual orientation under wraps, but she also stood as a pay-per-view records champ in women’s boxing. Don King put her on his radar, and she also wrestled with substance abuse and domestic violence, so expect this installment to be rife with all kinds of drama, including an interview from Mike Tyson.

Superman & Lois (CW, 9:00pm) — Superman experiences a terrible real-life nightmare while Lois goes toe-to-toe with Leslie Farr and General Lane receives some help.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon — Michael Shannon, Paris Hilton, Courtney Barnett

Late Night With Seth Meyers — Jennifer Hudson, Jeff Bowders

In case you missed these recent streaming picks:

Modern Love: Season 2 (Amazon Prime series) — Who doesn’t want to watch Jon Snow Kit Harington romance Lucy Boynton? It’s the return of the popular anthology series that found inspiration in the famed New York Times column. Relationships and connections shall happen, as well as betrayals and revelations, and the cast is chock full of talent you already know and love, including Tobias Menzies, Minnie Driver, Garrett Hedlund. All rules of love shall be henceforth broken in locales including Dublin and the whole of New York, including that Big Apple. Did I mention? Jon Snow getting randy again is not to be missed.

CODA (Apple TV movie) — This Sundance-awarded film (of four awards, including the Directing Award, the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize) from Vendome Pictures touches down on your streaming devices. The story follows a teenager named Ruby, who happens to be the only member of a deaf family who’s able to hear. She’s not only involved with all of the usual teenage concerns but also interpreting duties for her parents and the family business. When she joins her school’s choir, things get rough after she blossoms and finds herself with a difficult choice: keep meeting all of those family obligations, or strike out on her own venture.