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30 for 30: Lance Tracks Cycling's Most Infamous Fall From Grace

ALSO: Last Dance gets an ABC encore, Run reaches the finish line, Snowpiercer, Killing Eve, and more.
  • "No more lies," promises Lance Armstrong in the 30 for 30 documentary Lance. (ESPN)
    "No more lies," promises Lance Armstrong in the 30 for 30 documentary Lance. (ESPN)

    ESPN'S 30 for 30 has delved into any number of inspiring, tragic, and controversial tales of the sporting world, but the two-part documentary Lance follows all three paths as it examines the life, career, and downfall of one of the most-divisive figures in the history of professional sports. Also this weekend: The Last Dance begins an encore run on ABC, the National Memorial Day Concert honors America's men and women in uniform, and Run wraps its freshman season. Here's what's new and noteworthy this weekend:


    ENCORE PRESENTATION: ESPN's 10-part series The Last Dance earned blockbuster ratings as game-starved sports fans revisited the Chicago Bulls' 1997-98 season. The series is returning for a encore run on ABC, with the first two episodes airing today, and two more episodes airing each Saturday through June 20th. Watch the trailer. 8:00 PM ET on ABC

    CABLE PREMIERE: HBO's big Saturday night movie premiere is Ready or Not. The horror thriller follows Grace (Samara Weaving), who marries Daniel (Adam Brody), and agrees to participate in his wealthy family's traditional wedding night game, which devolves into a bloody and terrifying fight for survival. Watch the trailer. 8:00 PM ET on HBO

    SERIES PREMIERE: Annie LeBlanc and Jayden Bartels host the remotely filmed series Group Chat: The Show, in which they play games, discuss social media trends, and visit with special guests. 8:30 PM ET on Nickelodeon


    DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE: Hot on the heels of Last Dance comes ESPN's 30 for 30: Lance. Featuring new interviews with Lance Armstrong (who promises no more lies), the new-two part doc examines the infamous cycling legend's Texas roots, his battle with cancer, his record-breaking run of Tour de France wins, and his complete fall from grace, when he admitted to doping and was stripped of his titles and banned from the sport. Part One airs tonight, with Part Two arriving next Sunday. Watch the trailer. 9:00 PM ET on ESPN

    NEW EPISODE: Following last week's shocking killing spree, Killing Eve fans are certain of only one thing right now: Anything could happen in the show's penultimate episode of the season. Watch the preview. 9:00 PM ET on AMC

    SEASON FINALE: The final installment of Run finds Ruby (Merritt Wever) and Billy (Domhnall Gleeson) considering what the future holds for their relationship. Meanwhile, Laurel (Phoebe Waller-Bridge) and Babe (Tamara Podemski) pursue a new lead. 10:30 PM ET on HBO

    NEW EPISODE: As the investigation continues on Snowpiercer, Andre (Daveed Diggs) takes advantage of the situation to collect information for the revolution. Meanwhile, a supply shortage puts the train's entire population at risk. 9:00 PM ET on TNT

    SEASON PREMIERE: The sixth season of Naked & Afraid XL sends 12 survivalists into the wilds of the South African savannah to begin a 40 day struggle for survival. 8:00 PM ET on Discovery

    NEW EPISODE: Andrew (Alexander Hodge) and Molly (Yvonne Orji) take a trip with Victor (Stephen Oyoung) and his wife Lydia (Sarah Chaney) on the latest episode of Insecure. Everything seems to be going smoothly until the group has a run-in with a hotel employee. Watch the preview. 10:00 PM ET on HBO

    REUNION SPECIAL: It's time for part three of the airing of grievances on Real Housewives of Atlanta's Virtual Reunion. Tonight's primary point of contention is the Cookie Lady controversy, but it isn't long before Yovanna drops a bombshell that leaves the ladies speechless. 8:00 PM ET Bravo

    SEASON FINALE: Melissa McCarthy hosts the season finale of Little Big Shots with an episode entitled "The World Just Touches My Heart." 7:00 PM ET on NBC

    SPECIAL PRESENTATION: The National Symphony Orchestra honors the men and women of the armed forces in The National Memorial Day Concert 2020. Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise co-host this year's event. 8:00 PM ET on PBS

    Mike Attebery is Senior Editor at Primetimer and the author of seven mystery thrillers. Follow him on Twitter at @mikeattebery.

    TOPICS: Lance Armstrong, ESPN, 30 For 30