5 top TV shows to watch this week: June 22-26

THE ORDER (L to R) SARAH GREY as ALYSSA DRAKE and JAKE MANLEY as JACK MORTON in episode, 202 of THE ORDER. Cr. NETFLIX © 2020
THE ORDER (L to R) SARAH GREY as ALYSSA DRAKE and JAKE MANLEY as JACK MORTON in episode, 202 of THE ORDER. Cr. NETFLIX © 2020 /
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Our 5 top picks of TV shows to watch from June 22 to 26

Hands up if you’re struggling to find something to watch. You’re not alone, but there is still plenty available. Whether it’s broadcast or streaming, there are TV shows to watch from June 22 to 26.

Okay, technically, one of our top picks this week is a movie. However, it’s a Netflix Original, so it sort of counts as a TV show. Right? Can we get away with it?

There’s something for each night of the week. One of the shows on this list is extremely important for the protests happening right now, showing the systemic racism against Indigenous people in Canada.

The Order Season 2

Let’s start with a show that’s already available to stream. The Order Season 2 dropped on Thursday, so you’ve had all weekend to watch it. If it slipped by without realizing, then you’ll want to catch up now.

It’s the perfect way to kick off your week. There’s nothing too serious in terms of subject matter, focusing more on the fantasy than anything else.

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days/The Other Way

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TLC has you covered with two great episodes of shows from the same franchise on Monday. 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days kicks off Monday night’s programming. You can follow it up with The Other Way in the hour afterward.

While it’s not the most important of shows in terms of subject matter, there’s just something so riveting about watching other people find love, isn’t there?

Burden of Truth

Now onto the show that focuses on the topic of systemic racism. Burden of Truth Season 3 has been extremely important when it comes to shining a light on the abuse of systems. The most recent episode gave us a look at how incentives can lead to breaking families apart, and there’s definitely an element of racism that plays a part in the families chosen.

However, Joanna may have found a way to fight her case and win. She’s back into an area of law she understands and she’s far more confident than ever.

Council of Dads

Another important show right now is Council of Dads. We don’t talk a lot about male mental health and support, but it’s an important conversation to have. Throughout the last eight episodes, we’ve watched these men come together to support each other, even when they don’t feel like they deserve that support.

Episode 9 sees a severe storm on the way. Luly’s article is published, but now she needs to tell her family the truth she’s learned before it’s too late. At the same time, she wants to help Larry connect with his daughter and granddaughter to protect them from the storm.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Onto the movie at the end of the week. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga stars Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams as two singers who want to make it big. By big, they mean perform on the stage at the Eurovision Song Contest.

It shines a light on the international singing competition in a fun way. It’s going to be a relaxing, humorous way to spend the end of the week.

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Which TV shows are you watching this week? What’s at the top of your list? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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