60 Minutes CBS July 18 2021 Preview | Lord of the Flies
July 18 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT
This Sunday (July 18, 2021) CBS: 60 Minutes features updated, previously-broadcast segments including a report on a real life Lord of the Flies situation
The July 18 episode of “60 Minutes” premieres at 7PM ET on CBS. You can watch previous episodes at CBS.com, Paramount Plus and Hulu.
Check out a preview for this week’s episode below. Also, our Events Calendar for live events, previews and more.
SURVIVAL– Holly Williams reports on how a group of schoolboys worked together to survive 15 months stranded on an island.
LEFT BEHIND– More than 400,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, affecting the lives of their families and friends forever. Scott Pelley speaks with some of the family members they left behind.
TALENT ON THE SPECTRUM–Some people on the autism spectrum have conditions that preclude them from working or caring for themselves. But many have unique talents and capabilities. Anderson Cooper speaks to adults on the autism spectrum whose skills landed them jobs. Denise Schrier Cetta is the producer.
60 Minutes CBS July 18 2021 Preview | Lord of the Flies DiscussPW Pro Wrestling * Entertainment Events * There have been major changes to our events calendar due to the coronavirus pandemic. We started this calendar in 2018 with pro wrestling events, then added some other live sports and entertainment events. The goals were to help sell live tickets for all kinds of events and help fans finds events and tickets easier. Then the virus happened and live events stopped for a while, so we had to change things up. We’ve since added and will continue to add, many televised events. Such as upcoming guests on morning, daytime and late night television shows. As well as listings and promos and more for many diff tv shows. You can find all of those and much more on our calendar. Recently live events have started happening again, and we’ve gone back to adding those. Most live events have ticket links, venue information, dates and times. But some events have more, and some have a lot more and are basically event previews. It depends on the information available at the time we post the event and if we are able to update that event, etc. Some days have one to three events and some have over twenty on the same day. So you may have to click the link at the bottom to see more on certain day.