What to Watch: Thurs, June 21
Image by NBC
Follow the Biebs on his worldwide tour in Justin Bieber: All Around the World
Justin Bieber: All Around the World
8 p.m., Global & NBC
The second part of this two-part special (Part 1 aired Wednesday at 8 p.m.) captures the Canadian pop idol over a 12-day period as he travelled the world during his latest tour for his new album. In a combination of both backstage and concert footage, fans will get a Bieber-eye view of his life via video shot with his own personal “Justin-cam.”
The Solstice Concerts 2011
5 p.m. & 9 p.m., APTN
In this all-star celebration of National Aboriginal Day, hosts Don Kelly (Fish Out of Water), hip-hop artist Flex and APTN Upload’s Chantelle bring you this three-hour marathon of concerts, featuring musical acts such as Derek Miller, Red Power Squad, Lil Pappie, Andrea Menard and Winnipeg’s Most.
America’s Worst Tattoos (New Series)
7 p.m. & 9 p.m., TLC
A Google search for “worst tattoos” will prove there is a seemingly endless supply of unfortunately inked dimwits out there willing to share their misspelled and badly drawn body art to fill an entire series, so tune in and see for yourself.
Snooki & JWoww (New Series)
7 p.m. & 10 p.m., MTV Canada
Two of Jersey Shore’s resident party girls have been spun off into their own series. Whether or not these two live up to their billing as the Laverne & Shirley of reality television remains to be seen, but you can follow the fun when the dippy duo become roommates in a renovated firehouse in Jersey City.
Inside the Cirque
9 p.m., CBC
If you’ve ever seen Cirque du Soleil shows, you’ve probably been awed and amazed by the combination of acrobatic performances, live music and stunning visuals, but you may not have given much thought to the kind of intense preparation that goes into mounting one of these productions. This documentary takes viewers behind the scenes to experience a Cirque performance through the eyes of the performers and crew who pack up, move and set up the Cirque shows that travel from town to town.
9 p.m., CTV & NBC
Feeling hopeful that Charlie’s hand movement is a sign he’ll awaken from his coma, Alex treats a patient who has already undergone multiple surgeries.