“Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” (Travel Channel, 7 a.m.) - As a tribute to Anthony Bourdain and his gift of sharing extraordinary places near and far, Travel Channel will air a 12-hour marathon of the Emmy Award-winning series “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” this Sunday, June 10 starting at 7:00 a.m. Fans will have a chance to watch celebrated episodes of the series including where he introduces viewers to the picturesque landscapes, exotic cuisines, and the mysterious history of Laos; his epic journey to Spain's Costa Brava to cook and dine at El Bulli, the “best restaurant in the world,” with chef Ferran Adria; and where he explores the food and people of the "two Maines."
“Claws” (7 p.m., TNT, Season Premiere) - In the season two premiere, Desna and the girls struggle to keep their hope alive while still working under the thumb of the Russian regime.
“The 72nd Annual Tony Awards” (7 p.m., CBS, Awards Show) - Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban host the 72nd annual celebration of Broadway’s finest from Radio City Musical Hall in New York City.
“Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings” (6 p.m., Freeform, Series Premiere) - A couple plan a wedding at Walt Disney World; and high school sweethearts have their dream wedding in front of Cinderella Castle.
“David Cassidy: The Last Session” (7 p.m., A&E, Documentary Premiere) - Singer/actor David Cassidy is spotlighted in this documentary.
“Million Dollar Listing New York” (8 p.m., Bravo, Season Premiere) - The kings of Gotham real estate return for Season 7. Fatherhood has been good to Fredrik, but he’s back with a bang to help actress Rebel Wilson find a luxurious apartment.
“Legion” (8 p.m., FX, Season Finale) - The second season comes to a close tonight.
“The Last Defense” (9 p.m., ABC, Series Premiere) - The premiere of the docs-series which explores and exposes flaws in the American justice system via examinations of the death row cases of Darlin Routier and Julius Jones.
“Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour” (7 p.m., A&E, Season Premiere) - In the season three premiere, Ozzy is hounded to do promos and press, which he hates.
“Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” (8 p.m., Fox, Series Premiere) - The premiere features Bella Gianna’s, a family owned Italian restaurant located in Congers, New York. You can read for my review of this new “Kitchen Nightmares” inspired show right here.
“Strange Angel” (CBS All Access, Series Premiere) - Jack Parsons (Jack Reynor), a brilliant and ambitious blue-collar worker of 1930s Los Angeles, started as a janitor at a chemical factory but had fantastical dreams that led him to birth the unknown discipline of American rocketry. Along the way, he fell into a mysterious world that included magick rituals at night, ultimately becoming a disciple of occultist Aleister Crowley. Parsons used Crowley’s teachings of self-actualization to support his unimaginable and unprecedented endeavor to the stars.
“Marlon” (8 p.m., NBC, Season Premiere) - In the season two premiere, Marlon convinces Ashely to let Zack model for a kids’ athletic line after he is approached in a mall.
“Goliath” (Amazon, Season Premiere) - After winning a huge verdict in the Borns Tech case, Billy McBride (Billy Bob Thornton, is reluctantly pulled back into the law when his friend’s 16-year-old son is arrested for a double homicide. This is the season two premiere.
“Set it Up” (Netflix, Film Premiere) - Harper and Charlie are overworked, underpaid assistants wasting their 20s slaving away for bosses who treat them like dirt and work them ‘round the clock. When they realize that they would have much more free time if the people they worked for weren’t single, they concoct a plan to lure their bosses into a faux-romance.
“Queer Eye” (Netflix, Season Premiere) - The second season of the makeover show premieres today.
“12 Monkeys” (6 p.m., Syfy, Season Premiere) - The final conflict with the army begins when the Witness returns to Project Splinter.
“The Mountain Between Us” (6 p.m., HBO) - Two strangers embark on a dangerous trek to safety after their chartered flight crashes on a remote snowy mountain in Utah. Idris Elba and Kate Winslet star.
“Grease: Behind Closed Doors” (7 p.m., Reelz) - Get the inside scoop on what went on behind the scenes during the filming of “Grease.”
Gazette media columnist Terry Terrones is a member of the Television Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. You can follow him on Twitter at @terryterrones.