Premieres May 25, on Fox
Bummed that the U.S. isn't in the World Cup? Us too. But to ease your FIFA FOMO, a new five-part series will help you find other players to root for. Phenoms is a beautifully rendered, behind-the-scenes doc that highlights a few rising stars at each position. The goalkeepers episode (premiering June 1), focusing on one of the loneliest positions in sports, features (from far left) England's Jack Butland, Russia's Aleksandr Selikhov, Uruguay's Gaston Guruceaga and France's Alphonse Areola. Whether it's Butland's recovery from an ankle injury or Guruceaga's choosing a new club, the episode captures the full spectrum of a player's life. Says executive producer and former Netherlands defender Mario Melchiot, "It's not always about succeeding. It's about the failure, too, overcoming it. We're going to show you that journey."
May 27, noon on ABC
Six previous winners will be in the field, including last year's champ, Takuma Sato, but the sentimental fave is Danica Patrick, who will retire from racing after this, her eighth start at Indianapolis.
Available May 22
ESPN's 30 for 30 Podcasts returns with its first serialized season, a five-part exploration of Bikram yoga, the guru who started a fitness revolution and the dark, abusive behavior that brought him down.
FA CUP FINAL
May 19, 12:15 p.m. EST on Fox
Behold: England's most anticipated affair of the season, an event a year in the making, a match made in heaven: It's Man U against Chelsea. What did you think we were talking about? A wedding?