What's On TV, June 30: The Bold Type series finale

Katie Stevens, Meghann Fhy, Aishe dee in The Bold Type series final Photo : Jonathan Wenk/FreeformThis is what's happening in television on Wednesday, June 30, 2013. All times are Eastern.AdvertisementTop pickThe Bold Type (Freeform at 10 p.m. series finale): Five seasons of Sutton (Meghann Faghy), Kat (AishaDee) and Jane (Katie Stevens), which explored their friendship and professional and romantic identities, it's time to say goodbye to Scarlet magazine and the media industry that may exist in a parallel universe. The Bold Type's run will be ended with I Want You To Have Adventures. It was created by Sarah Watson.Regular coverageLoki (Disney+ at 3:01 a.m.Wild cardsDragging The Classics: The Brady Bunch (Paramount+ at 3:01 a.m.). This is the TV crossover that you have been waiting for. The Brady Bunch's cast will recreate the famous episode, Will the Real Jan Brady Please stand Up? with RuPauls Drag Racing fan favorites. This episode will transport the cast to the original Brady house using state-of the-art technology.America: The Motion Picture (Netflix at 3:01 AM): This animated science-fiction parody features President George Washington and his men going to war in order to save their country from an alternate timeline. This feature was directed by Matt Thompson and featured a stellar voice cast that included Channing Tatum (obviously), Jason Mantzoukas, Judy Greer, Olivia Munn and Will Forte. Stay tuned for a William Hughes review later today.Somos (Netflix at 3:01 AM): The six-episode series is based on Ginger Thompson's ProPublica report entitled How the U.S. Triggered a Massacre in Mexico. This series is based on Ginger Thompson's ProPublica report How The U.S.Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (Netflix at 3:01 AM): This true-crime series is directed by John Dower. It follows the investigation into Sophie Toscan du Plantier's death while she was on vacation in West Cork, Ireland in 1996. Both France and Ireland became obsessed with her murder.Dogs with Extraordinary Jobs (Smithsonian Channel at 8 p.m. series premiere): Prepare for one of the most adorable shows of recent years. The five-part series focuses on canine detectives and canines who risk their lives to save people. This series reveals how dogs' natural abilities can be harnessed to improve safety and protect the planet. Victoria Stilwell, a renowned dog behavior expert who is also a best-selling author, will be narrating the show.