Friday June 24:
‘Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution‘ (9pm ET on ABC) **Season Finale**
New leadership at the Los Angeles Unified School District sparks hope for the Revolution. Jamie is invited to meet with John Deasy, the incoming superintendent, and is heartened by developments.
‘Rhett & Link: Commercial Kings‘ (10pm on IFC) **Series Premiere**
This ten-part docu-comedy is based on the successful web series I Love Local Commercials and features Rhett & Link helping local businesses achieve their goals by creating eye-catching local commercials using local talent.
Sunday June 26:
‘True Blood‘ (9pm on HBO) **Season Premiere**
At the conclusion of season three, vampire king Russell Edgington was buried alive in a pit of concrete, apparently ending his plans for world domination. But what happened to Sookie, who disappeared into a flash of light? Will Bill be able to make things right after breaking Sookie’s heart? And what awaits Eric, who nearly joined Russell in limbo?
‘Leverage‘ (9pm on TNT) **Season Premiere**
Timothy Hutton stars as the head of television’s coolest gang of thieves, grifters and con artists out to help everyday people get even against the big shots who have destroyed their lives.
‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent‘ (9pm on USA) **Series Finale**
An actor is killed during a stunt in a Broadway musical, leading the detectives to investigate who wanted the man dead.
‘Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew‘ (9pm on VH1) **Season Premiere**
In the fifth installment, Dr. Drew takes viewers behind the closed doors of rehab and inside the often misunderstood treatment process. From heartbreak to hope we follow Dr. Drew and his patients on their difficult and deeply emotional journey to sobriety.