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For those who still enjoy a cable subscription, here is a selection of cable and network TV shows, movies and specials that broadcast this week, June 3-9. Details and times are subject to change.

BELOW DECK MEDITERRANEAN 9 p.m. on Bravo. The original “Below Deck” wound down its season last week with a crew member storming off the boat, but we luckily don’t have to wait long for more yachtie drama because the spinoff “Below Deck Mediterranean” is back for a ninth season. Aesha Scott is returning, this time as chief stew. Scott put her leadership skills on display during the last season of “Below Deck Down Under,” so we’ll see how she manages a whole new team and deals with Captain Sandy Yawn who, let’s say, wants all the toys out at all times.

THE VALLEY 9 p.m. on Bravo. The “Vanderpump Rules” season ended last week, and now the first season of its spinoff, “The Valley,” is wrapping up too. Though we know that Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright are now separated, this season has yet to explicitly address it. Thankfully, for those of us who want the nitty-gritty of what went down, Bravo has renewed the show for a second season — with the entire cast coming back.

SIGHT UNSEEN 9 p.m. on The CW. This show, wrapping up its first season, is a twist on your classic crime procedural. Dolly Lewis plays Tess, a homicide detective in Vancouver, must quit the force after being diagnosed as legally blind. Still, she is determined to close her unsolved cases, so she gets a little creative and hires Sunny Patel (Agam Darshi), a professional seeing-eye guide who is agoraphobic and 3,000 miles away in New York. With Sunny seeing and speaking into an earpiece, Tess gets into dicey situations to solve these crimes.

SUMMER HOUSE REUNION 9 p.m. on Bravo. Typically, “Summer House” is a pretty low-key show. Sure, there is drinking and fighting, but within a day almost all is resolved. This season, though, brought the breakup of Carl Radke and Lindsay Hubbard — two people who started as besties, hooked up briefly and then decided to give their relationship a go. In the season finale, we saw Radke call off his engagement to Hubbard so this reunion is likely action packed.

THE ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS 8 p.m. on CBS. When you think daytime television, you probably think of “The Young and the Restless,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “General Hospital” — and you would be right. The first two are up for 12 awards each, and the latter is up for 11. Not to mention, Melody Thomas Scott of “The Young and the Restless” fame, is set to receive a lifetime achievement award, alongside her husband, the producer Edward J. Scott.

FANTASMA 11 p.m. on HBO. It all starts with a lost gold oyster earring for Julio Torres (playing a fictionalized version of himself), who then embarks on a journey over six episodes of running into bright colors, odd situations and interesting characters. A slew of cameos are in store for this new show from Torres, the creator of “Los Espookys”: Emma Stone, Julia Fox, Steve Buscemi, Ziwe, Bowen Yang, Kim Petras and Paul Dano.

ADVENTURELAND (2009) 5 p.m. on CMT. In a slightly confusing but overall delightful era of Jesse Eisenberg’s career, he starred in two movies ending in “land” — “Zombieland” and “Adventureland.” The former takes place in a zombie apocalypse, which is very different than this film, which takes place in the ’80s at an amusement park. Fresh out of college, James Brennan (Eisenberg) wants work in rides, but he is more of a games guy (according to everyone). Along the way he, of course, meets a girl, Em (Kristen Stewart), and they start to fall in love. But like many post-grad workplaces, there is tons of love triangles, gossip and ill-advised dating that gets in the way.

ELTON JOHN: MILLION DOLLAR PIANO 7 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). From 2011 to 2018, Elton John had a residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where he played hits including “Rocket Man,” “Tiny Dancer” and “I’m Still Standing.” This special, filmed in 2012, gives fans a chance to relive the magic or experience it for the first time. And in case you’re wondering, the million dollar piano in question? A Yamaha.

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