WEEK AHEAD: Princess Diana's Dazzling Life Gets Chronicled
The Diana Chronicles
What: Almost 10 years after her death, Diana, Princess of Wales, gets the trenchant biographical treatment by Tina Brown.
When: In stores June 12
Highlights: Writes PEOPLE’s Michelle Green: “Juicy and authoritative, this is the ultimate update on the woman the world won’t forget.”
The Tony Awards
What: The theater community’s star-studded big night.
When: June 10, 8 p.m. ET on CBS
Highlights: Even if you haven’t seen the buzzed-about musical Spring Awakening or equally hyped Grey Gardens, the Tony Awards promise lots of stars. Already, Zach Braff, Liev Schreiber, Usher, and others are expected to present – in addition to plenty of musical performances.
The Daytime Emmy Awards
What: Rachael Ray hosts the annual soap opera/talk show love fest.
When: June 15, 9 p.m. ET on CBS
Highlights: Who needs the soaps when the real drama played out on The View recently? Now the ladies – yes, even Rosie – are up for a win as best talk show hosts. Will O’Donnell show up at the awards and cause a scene? Oh, we hope so. . .
The Sopranos Series Finale
What: After six seasons, hundreds of therapy sessions, multiple double crosses and murders galore, it’s the end for the Soprano family – and Family.
When: June 10, 9 p.m. ET on HBO
Highlights: Last week we saw Bobby (Steve Schirripa) get killed, Silvio (Steve Van Zandt) shot in front of the Bing! and Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) fleeing for his life. The show is determined to go out with a bada-bang.
Picks of the Week
Movies: (in theaters June 8) Ocean’s Thirteen, starring George Clooney, Matt Damon and Brad Pitt
Writes PEOPLE’s critic Leah Rozen: “The latest Ocean’s voyage is smooth sailing.”
Music: Toby Keith‘s Big Dog Daddy (in stores June 12).
Writes PEOPLE’s critic Chuck Arnold: “It should keep loyal fans satisfied.”
• Also out: Enrique Iglesias‘s Insomniac