This Week's TV: What's Worse Than A Town-Covering Dome? A Magnetic Dome

Under the Dome returns this week, and things are looking even worse for the people of Chester's Mill. Witches of East End is also back for more mystical weirdness, while war comes to Adventure Time and Dominion's Chosen One tries to outrun his destiny. Get all the latest details right here!

Tonight

Beauty and the Beast (9 PM, The CW)

Maybe try to woo the girl when her ex's life isn't in danger? Of course, on this show, that's never.

Desperate to start over with Cat (Kristin Kreuk), Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) tries to woo her by taking her on a romantic date. However, she has plans of her own regarding how to save Vincent (Jay Ryan) - while also trying to plan Heather's (guest star Nicole Gale Anderson) bachelorette party.

Teen Wolf (10 PM, MTV)

Anxious to put an end to Kate's plan, Scott must team up with an unlikely ally.

Under the Dome (10 PM, CBS)

The Dome is back and it's…still sitting there. Yep, still covering Chester's Mill, like a fixed object in space.

Barbie's fate lies in Big Jim's hands, and the Dome presents a new threat when it becomes magnetized. Meanwhile, Julia seeks out the help of a stranger to save the life of a mysterious girl who may hold clues to origin of the Dome.

Tuesday

The Wil Wheaton Project (9 PM, Syfy)

This week, Wil Wheaton will have the five billionth word on the new Transformers movie.

Wednesday

Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman (10 PM, Science)

This week, the dulcet tones of Morgan Freeman will educate us about gravity:

We feel it every moment of our lives but for physicists, gravity is the longest running unsolved mystery of the universe. Why do all objects that have mass pull on one another? Cutting-edge theories are proposing unexpected answers: Gravity could be another force in disguise, a thermodynamic mirage, or even a shadow of a hidden holographic universe. If so, the force that holds us to the surface of the earth and holds the earth in orbit around the sun may be a trick of the mind. We feel it, but it may not be real. Is Gravity an Illusion?

Thursday


Teen Titans Go! (6 PM, Cartoon Network)

When Robin starts a smear campaign against all of the other Titans so that he can be reelected Team Leader, Raven uses a time machine to bring a great leader from the past to teach Robin how to lead.


Adventure Time (7 PM, Cartoon Network)

Princess Bubblegum must rally her forces when the Candy Kingdom is rocked by a massive assault.


Defiance (8 PM, Syfy)

Irisa's condition worsens while Stahma may face her most dangerous opponent—her husband.


Dominion (9 PM, Syfy)

Trying to outrun your fate in a world where angels are a fact of life seems like a hopeless cause.

Alex tries to outrun his responsibilities as the Chosen One by leaving Vega, but an encounter with Gabriel's forces leave him and Michael fighting for their lives; Riesen goes too far in the name of security.

Friday

The Walking Dead Marathon (9 AM, AMC)

If you live in the US, you can grill something outdoors, or you can spend the day watching the dead feast on the living.

There's also a Twilight Zone marathon running most of July 4th on Syfy, but it ends at 8pm when WWE Smackdown gets started.

Saturday

Sailor Moon Crystal (6 AM, Hulu Plus, Crunchyroll)

The new Sailor Moon series starts streaming at 6 AM ET. You don't have to get up that early to watch—unless you can't wait.

Space Dandy (12:30 AM, Adult Swim)

Dandy is back in "I Can't Be the Only One, Baby."

Sunday

The Last Ship (9 PM, TNT)

Folks, just try not to get all the remaining microbiologists killed before they can find a cure.

The James faces off against a new foe who demands Chandler hand over Rachel and her research. When Chandler refuses, he and his crew are put to the test as Chandler engages in a series of risky strategic moves. But it turns out their new enemy has his own horse in the race to find a cure for the virus.


True Blood (9 PM, HBO)

Sookie hatches a dangerous plan; Pam looks to motivate Eric.

Witches of East End (9 PM, Lifetime)

Lifetime's witchy drama returns for a second season of magical mayhem:

All the Beauchamp witches have trouble remembering exactly what happened after the portal opened and fear a mystical presence crossed over to their world. Victor helps Joanna fight what seems to be a losing battle with her argentum poisoning. Ingrid develops a dangerous sleep walking habit while Freya has visions of Killian in danger.

The Leftovers (10 PM, HBO)

Therapists must be doing a steady business in the post-Rapture world.

In the wake of a series of disturbing encounters, Kevin pays a visit to a therapist. Tom finds himself in a precarious situation with Christine (Annie Q), a favorite of Wayne's. A frustrated Meg is asked to part with pieces of her past. Jill and Aimee tail Nora Durst (Carrie Coon), who became a local celebrity when her entire family disappeared in the Departure.

Salem (10 PM, WGN)

Allegiances are broken and the fate of Salem is tested as Alden's trial begins.

Falling Skies (10 PM, TNT)

The 2nd Mass orchestrates a complex scheme to escape from the Espheni Ghetto. Meanwhile, Maggie confronts Lexi in Chinatown; Matt tries to dissuade Mira from taking part in a risky escape plan; Anne has a flashback about her time in the Espheni Tower.

Robot Chicken (11:30 PM, Adult Swim)

This week's episode is "Stone Cold Steve Cold Stone."

Superjail! (11:45 PM, Adult Swim)

The Warden starts to believe in a fairy tale creature with a twisted moral code, and aims to convert the rest of the jail into believing in its power along with him.