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Today’s Shows: Sunday, June 30th 2013

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The Beginning of the End: Dexter’s Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter Preview Season 8

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Way back in Dexter‘s second season, our anti-hero noted with surprise that his mask of normality was slipping. “People who never mattered before are suddenly starting to matter,” he said, uncharacteristically rattled. “It scares the hell out of me.”

You think you were spooked, Dex? That’s nothing compared to what fans of the murderous Showtime saga likely face as its final season bows this Sunday (9/8c). Given the series’ lethal nature, those who have grown to love and champion the Dark Passenger over the past seven seasons know that a tragic ending is a real possibility.

The cast only just began production on the series finale, so Dexter’s ultimate fate remains to be seen. Still, there are several other series-ending teases stars Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter, as well as executive producer Sara Colleton, can share about the swan-song season. What does the rocky road ahead for Deb and Dex entail? Can Dexter’s killer instincts be subdued? And, of course, will the final hour satisfy? Read on for those answers and more.

BEGINNING OF THE END | “We have always said that Dexter’s series-long quest has been to explore his human side,” Colleton tells TVLine. “And all of those years of exploration will come to a rousing head by the end of the series. Dexter started out thinking of himself as a monster but yearns to be human, and he is going to find out what we all know: how difficult it is to be a human being and the weight that comes with being fully aware.” As Hall explains, this all comes about when Charlotte Rampling’s Dr. Evelyn Vogel enters the picture. “The revelations of Dr. Vogel’s presence in Dexter’s story reframes his whole origin story and takes us back to what we discovered him to be at the beginning,” he shares. “Because of that, it’s satisfying and creates a sense of connective tissue to who we knew Dexter to be and how he’s evolved.”

DOCTOR DEAREST | If there’s one thing viewers should know about the rather cold Dr. Vogel — who (SPOILER ALERT) actually created Harry’s Code — it’s this: You’ll either love or hate her. “At first, Evelyn feels she’s his spiritual mother,” Colleton reveals, “and to Dexter, she’s a kind of Dr. Frankenstein. But at a time in his life where Deb has pushed him out and he is the most unmoored, to hear from someone that he is perfect is incredibly seductive.”

SIBLING SETBACK | Elsewhere in the Dexterverse, Deb is struggling to cope with her murderous turn. “It was horrible to play,” a candid Carpenter laughs. “It was wildly uncomfortable and I felt a little tossed to the wolves because of the six-month gap that happened [within the] season.” Episode 803That said, her meltdown ultimately led to showcasing the strained Dexter/Deb relationship in “the most honest place that it’s ever been.” Says the actress, “Deb’s holding a mirror up to him and asking him for some real answers, and for that I’m grateful. They start in a really authentic place, which means that the rest of the season can feel connected.” As for the estranged siblings’ reconciliation, Hall tells us: “Dr. Vogel will be someone who will help facilitate that.”

PSYCHO NO MO’? | As Dexter’s notion of humanity grows, so does his belief that perhaps he may not actually be a psychopath. Dr. Vogel, however, would disagree. “She exploits the fact that Dexter has come to believe — or maybe it’s undeniable to him, as he’s lost so much — that he does have an appetite to be human,” Hall shares, “a sense of there being more to him than just killing.”

SERIES-FINALE FODDER | A bloody good ending to the Dexter saga awaits fans, if Carpenter is to be believed. “You walk by racks of clothing that the costumers are pulling out on set, and there’s blood everywhere,” she teases. “It’s fantastic! I think fans are going to be really happy.” Hall, for his part, is less boisterous but does note: “I’m excited about the turns the story is going to take.”

Categories: SHOWTIME: Dexter

Glee Exclusive: 4 Original Cast Members Not Returning as Series Regulars for Season 5; Plus — Who’s Getting Promoted?

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Glee is thinning its ranks as it heads into Season 5.

Original castmembers Heather Morris (who plays Brittany), Mark Salling (Puck), Amber Riley (Mercedes) and Harry Shum, Jr. (Mike) will not be returning to the Fox musical dramedy as series regulars, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Additionally, Dianna Agron (Quinn) — who was only seen in a handful of episodes last season — is not slated to be back, save for a possible guest appearance here and there.

Morris, Salling, Riley and Shum may also return as occasional guest stars.

The casting moves hardly come as a surprise, considering four of the five characters graduated McKinley at the end of Season 3, and a fifth — Morris’ Brittany — got accepted to MIT in last month’s Season 4 finale.

Meanwhile, TVLine has confirmed a Hollywood Reporter story that Glee‘s new class — Melissa Benoist (Marley), Jacob Artist (Jake), Becca Tobin (Kitty), Blake Jenner (Ryder) and Alex Newell (Unique) — have been promoted to series regulars.

Glee returns with Season 5 on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Categories: FOX: Glee

Performer of the Week: Julia Louis-Dreyfus

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THE PERFORMER | Julia Louis-Dreyfus



THE AIRDATE | June 23, 2013

The Washington, D.C. of Veep‘s fictitious Vice President Selina Meyer is a toxic place of paranoia, buck-passing and political gamesmanship. But in the HBO comedy’s Season 2 finale, that mood was amped up to insanely comic heights, with series star Julia Louis-Dreyfus deftly taking her titular character from the depths of career despair to the heights of political triumph (and then back, and then back again).

Indeed, as buzz over the current POTUS’ various scandals became deafening, Louis-Dreyfus’ Selina gathered her inner circle and glumly revealed she planned to abandon the ticket, with plans to reemerge as a presidential candidate in six years. Shortly thereafter, however, she learned from POTUS’ chief of staff that her boss was planning to fall on his own sword — clearing the way for a presidential run in a mere 24 months. Louis-Dreyfus wrang every last laugh from the moment, as an elated grin took over Selina’s face and she practically sprinted to find privacy in a West Wing supply closet, dropping to her knees and celebrating her stroke of fortune with total abandon.

Back at her office, Selina’s mood of invincibility gave her a great opportunity to razz POTUS’ loathsome liaison Jonah, in quite possibly the best exchange in Veep‘s two-season history.

Selina: Jonah, hey listen, settle something for me: You like to have sex and you like to travel?
Jonah: Yes, ma’am.
Selina: Then you can, f*** off.

Louis-Dreyfus’ relentlessly foul-mouthed Selina had already used that profane phrase three times against Jonah earlier in the episode, but this time, she merely mouthed it, grinning wickedly and slicing the air with her hand.

Veep being Veep, though, the ups and downs were just beginning. While attending a children’s science fair, Selina absorbed the news that the President had flip-flopped again, leading to a hasty exit (“I gotta get out of here before I set fire to one of these nerds”) and a scene of the veep back in her quarters, screaming desperately into a pillow.

The episode crescendoed into a ferociously funny frenzy, with Selina convinced that the President — on his way to her office for a very rare one-on-one — planned to drop her from his ticket and end her political aspirations. “I gotta jump before I get stabbed in the back,” she declared, while desperately demanding that her director of communications write “all possible statements that you can think of.”

But the panic was all unnecessary. It turned out POTUS was indeed stepping down after all, leading Selina to embrace her staffers, plant a massive kiss on her estranged husband, and respond to a secret service agent’s report that the president had left the building by shouting, ”Who gives a flying f***?” before dissolving in giggles. “Sorry! I’m sorry, but I couldn’t help it!” Selina quickly added.

Nor could we help rewarding Louis-Dreyfus’ brilliance with our Performer of the Week title.

HONORABLE MENTION: Falling Skies‘ Doug Jones and Defiance‘s Trenna Keating each pulled off neat tricks, delivering resonant performances from beneath a layer of prosthetic. As Volm emissary Cochise, Jones regaled a wary President Hathaway — and us — with the reasoning of why he is friend not foe, longing as he is to rebuild a home world he has never set foot on. Keating, meanwhile, hit a very different, dark note as Doc Yewll’s true colors fully bled through. In a chilling sequence, we learned the shocking extent of her alliance with Mayor Nicky — an undercover Indogene — and then watched as she snuffed her friend/staged a grim suicide. Holy shtako!

Glee’s Jayma Mays Joins CBS’ New Sitcom The Millers as Will Arnett’s Sister

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For Jayma Mays, where there’s a Will there’s a way.

The actress, who spent the last four years romancing Matthew Morrison’s Will Schuester on Glee, has joined CBS’ new fall comedy The Millers as Will Arnett’s sister, TVLine has learned.

Mays replaces Mary Elizabeth Ellis, who played the Debbie character in the pilot. (Producers are also recasting Deb’s hubby, originally portrayed by Michael Rappaport.)

It’s not clear what Mays’ new series regular gig means for her Glee alter ego Emma, who married Will in last month’s finale. (It’s worth noting that Mays only appeared on the Fox musical dramedy on a recurring basis last season.)

The Millers, which also stars Margo Martindale and Beau Bridges as Arnett’s feuding parents, premieres Thursday, Sept. 27 at 8:30/7:30c following The Big Bang Theory 

Categories: CBS: The Millers

Today’s Shows: Saturday, June 29th 2013

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Revolution Season 2: Rubicon Star Jessica Collins to Play a Love Interest – But For Whom?

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The coming season is going to be a romantic one for one lucky Revolution-ary.

Jessica Collins (Rubicon, The Nine) has booked a recurring role on Season 2 of the NBC drama as a love interest for… Well, that part is a bit of a mystery.

Per  Deadline, Collins — who appears in at least the first four episodes — will play Cynthia, a beautiful young woman of deep faith. Her winning humor and blazing intelligence capture the heart of one of the show’s leading characters.

Will Cynthia replace Nora as the third peg in the Miles/Rachel love triangle? Or might she cross paths with the isolated Bass? Maybe Jason is finally over his Charlie fixation?

Revolution returns with fresh episodes this fall, now airing Wednesdays at 8/7c

Categories: NBC: Revolution

Why Did Dome Halve a Cow, Man? Defiance Too Dressy? OT for Goodwin Games? And More Qs!

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We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Under the Dome, Defiance, Graceland and Rookie Blue!

1 | On 666 Park Avenue, did the 117-year-old man really need to peel the flesh off his face to transform back to his younger self? (OK, it was cool, but we’re still having nightmares a week later!)

2 | Did  Degrassi‘s “Time of Your Life” graduation flashmob put a cheesy grin on your face, too?

3 | For Falling Skies fans: Cochise’s sob story about never seeing his home planet’s indigenous flower > Crazy Lee’s death?

4 | If you were dating The Killing‘s Holder, would you have been charmed by his lame/creative “I celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 15th” excuse, or would you make like Liz Lemon and declare it a dealbreaker?

5 | Were you able to predict the outcome of this week’s Food Network Star the minute Lovely inexplicably decided to make donuts using store-bought pizza dough? (Or did you predict this a few weeks back, when she introduced herself as Lovely?) And what’s with wannabe HGTV Star Anne always losing things? First the bed linens, now big ol’ drapes….Popular TV Shows 2013

6 | Did Mad Men‘s new logo for Sterling Cooper & Partners give you a sudden urge to try your hand at Plinko or bid on the Showcase Showdown? And who’s going to be the one to tell Matthew Weiner that James Wolk (aka Bob Benson) has a new CBS comedy and therefore may not be readily available for Season 7?

7 | Is that Poppy Montgomery hosting HGTV’s Renovation Raiders? No? Regardless, can someone do something to get the “target” more excited upon discovering their home’s surprise makeover? We’ve seen people more thrilled by a “20 cents off” coupon.

8 | Didn’t Nik Wallenda have something less… sail-like to wear during his stroll through a windy canyon?

9 | Better summer guilty pleasure: ABC’s Mistresses or Lifetime’s Devious Maids?

10 | On Switched at Birth, why doesn’t Daphne realize her new love interest, Jace, is really pretentious and not a charming coffee barista? Can we bring back Noah?

11 | Still chilled by Under the Dome‘s bisected cow? But didn’t the anatomy seem… off? Also, would there be a lock on the outside of a fallout shelter, as in where Junior imprisoned Angie? And just because Julia had a generator, did she really need to turn on every light in her house while giving Barbie the nickel tour?

Popular TV Shows 201312 | Where did the Defiance wedding guests dig up all their resplendent and impeccable fashion finery? Are there enough formal affairs in the dystopian future to merit tasking the few living seamstresses/tailors with creating anything other than utilitarian garb? That said, how adorable was “dressed up” Irisa? But did this week’s episode kinda OD on the ice cream bar and Dodge Charger commercials? (Was there even a third advertiser?)

13 | Wasn’t it nice to see Mad Men shlemiel Ben Feldman get the girl on Major Crimes?

14 | Did any Pretty Little Liars fans think those masks actually resembled Alison and Melissa?

15 | Where was the love for 2 Broke Girls‘ Beth Behrs — she didn’t even get a mention! — during So You Think You Can Dance‘s Prancercize spoof?

16 | Fox’s Goodwin Games may have been DOA, but didn’t this week’s adorable scenes between Becki Newton and Adam Rodriguez as childhood buddies-turned-adult crushes make you wish the network would option the duo for a new romantic comedy? Or should Fox reconsider saving Games, even if it would mean an abrupt midseason Scandal exit for Scott Foley?

17 | Is it wrong that we’re far more excited over the prospect of a Cam-Mitchell wedding on Modern Family than we ever were for Jay and Gloria’s new baby?

18 | Which Big Brother 15 contestant is more annoying: pageant coordinator GinaMarie, or self-obsessed Jessie?

19 | Is it a credit to Necessary Roughness guest star Garcelle Beauvais’ looks that when she was intro’d as Sinqua Walls’ mom, we were like, “Whaaaat?!”

Rookie Blue Season 4 Spoilers20 | What’s the verdict on Rookie Blue‘s newest addition, Chloe Price? Is she too kooky for her own good? Or adorably kooky?

21 | Can USA Network post Graceland‘s sauce recipe online, please? And granted, we’re talking about Mia Kirshner — but would Johnny have risked bedding the “marijuana farmer” knowing, as had been earlier established, that his fake tattoos ended at the waistline?

22 | Anyone else wish Tabatha Takes Over had ended its stellar fifth season with a traditional take-down episode as opposed to a feel-good, conflict-free, glorified clip show?

23 | Whose testimonial from HBO’s Out List most moved you? (Our pick: Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears)

24 | Can we all agree that HBO’s handling of James Gandolfini’s death — including but not limited to assembling and disseminating dozens of statements from the cast and producers, overseeing funeral arrangements and running those simple-yet-tasteful on-air tributes — has set a new standard for classy celebrity farewells?

25 | Has Geico’s “Hump Day” commercial forever changed the way you perceive Wednesdays?

What to Watch Friday: Cult Returns, Maron Ends, Sandler and Rock Visit Disney’s World and More

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On TV this Friday: Cult resumes brainwashing, a familiar face causes calamity on Continuum, Chris Rock A.N.T. Farms himself out and Adam Sandler helps Jessie‘s Luke with love. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm Cult (The CW) | The cancelled brain-bruiser of a drama returns for a three-week, six-hour farewell run. In back-to-back episodes, Jeff and Skye’s plan to infiltrate a True Believers meeting falls apart in dangerous fashion, while on “Cult,” Kelly strikes a deal with Billy to get her sister back.

8 pm A.N.T. Farm (Disney Channel) | Saturday Night Live alum Chris Rock, guesting as himself, is eager to adopt a special pet for his daughter. Meanwhile…

8:35 pm Jessie (Disney Channel) | … Rock’s fellow Not Ready for Primetime Player – and, most currently, Grown Ups 2 co-star — Adam Sandler appears as himself to offer Luke some relationship advice at a school dance, all while getting in digs at Rob Schneider and Kevin James.

9 pm Magic City (Starz) | Ike goes to Cuba to retrieve Maria’s ashes and kick-start his plan to oust Ben.

9 pm What Would You Do? (ABC) | A woman takes her son for a manicure and someone pipes up that it’s too “girly.” This is what we’ve come to, WWYD?

9 pm Annie: It’s the Hard Knock Life, From Script to Stage (PBS) | This behind-the-scenes documentary follows the indomitable orphan on every step of her return to Broadway after a 35-year absence.

Hawaii Five-09 pm Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) | Repeat to Revisit: Bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman and his wife Beth guest-star, but you really just want to see Catherine go undercover at the roller derby again, dontcha?

10 pm Continuum (Syfy) | When Kiera’s old partner Elena surfaces in 2013, Liber8 and Agent Gardiner take notice.

10 pm Ann Curry Reports: A Face in the Crowd (NBC) | The anchor’s first primetime special since her Today ouster chronicles a shotgun-blast survivor’s face-transplant surgery.

10 pm Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO) | Entourage alum Adrian Grenier is on hand to discuss/debate the week’s news.

10 pm Maron (IFC) | Back-to-back episodes: First up, Eric Stoltz (Caprica) guest-stars as a college friend of Marc’s who has become a sell-out filmmaker. Then in the season finale, Marc’s former fling moves in with him after being evicted, while Parks and Recreation‘s Adam Scott is his podcast guest.

TVLine Items: Hannibal Hungry for David Bowie, Scandal Vet Heads to Lifetime and More!

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Hannibal has an insatiable appetite for David Bowie.

The delectable NBC drama’s helmer Bryan Fuller tells E! Online that they’ve offered a juicy Season 2 role to the famed rocker.

“We have reached out to David Bowie to see if he’s interested and available,” Fuller shares. “We would love for him to play Hannibal’s uncle, who is a character from the literature and in the books.”

The EP notes that while the titular character’s uncle was killed in the literature, “There’s a little bit of J.J. Abrams-style alternate universe storytelling where he could still be alive,” given the series’ present-day nature.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

Scandal vet and current Killing co-star Gregg Henry has joined Lifetime’s upcoming Lizzie Borden-based telepic. He’ll play the district attorney prosecuting Borden (played by Christina Ricci) for the murders of her father and his second wife.

• Secret Diary of a Call Girl‘s Iddo Goldberg (who — fun fact — is the real-life hubby of former Revenge star Ashley Madekwe) will heavily recur on TNT’s upcoming Frank Darabont-helmed thriller Lost Angels, Deadline reports. He joins the period piece as a potentially psychotic man who witnessed  a murder.

• The crossover special Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel — in which the titular pals help dis-empowered superheroes such as Spider-Man and Hulk get their mojo back — will premiere Friday, Aug. 16 on Disney Channel, while Disney Channel SVOD and verified WATCH Disney Channel will offer a first look on Aug. 12.

• Sundance Channel and BBC Worldwide, North America will co-produce The Honourable Woman, a mini-series starring Maggie Gyllenhaal (Crazy Heart). The project is described as “a fast paced, labyrinthine thriller set against an international political backdrop.”

• The Mormon church-owned NBC affiliate KSL Salt Lake City announced on its Facebook page that it will air Saturday Night Live this fall for the first time since 1995. Other NBC fare in recent years deemed to0 racy for the outlet include The New Normal and The Playboy Club.

Categories: :: TV Line Items

Netflix Renews Orange Is The New Black for Season 2, Two Weeks Before the Series Premiere

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Netflix doesn’t play by regular rules. Netflix do what Netflix wanna do! The DVD rental service turned online streaming powerhouse turned television revolutionary has made a bold move that only whippersnappers like Starz want to do. Netflix has ordered a 13-episode second season of its new series Orange is the New Black, even though the first season hasn’t yet aired. Season 2 is scheduled to launch in 2014.

Whaaaaaaaaat!? Yep, that’s what we call a vote of confidence in this industry. Netflix must feel what we’ve currently only prognosticated from the series’ excellent trailer (which I’ve embedded below). Orange is the New Black comes from Weeds creator Jenji Kohan, and the series is an adaptation of the memoir of the same name. It’s about a womens’ prison, guys! And it looks really good!

Netflix previously ordered a second season of its first original drama, House of Cards, before that show’s first season even aired. But that was always in the—ahem—cards, as 26 episodes for two seasons were ordered right off the bat. More recently, Netflix ordered a second season of its horror drama Hemlock Grove, but only after Season 1 aired. The early renewal of Orange is the New Black obviously means Netflix really likes what it sees. Renewals before a show even airs aren’t common, but they do happen. Starz, for example, has been quick on the trigger, recently ordering a second season of Boss before its first season ever aired and renewing Da Vinci’s Demons after one episode. Boss has since been canceled.


Netflix will release the entire first season of Orange is the New Black on Thursday, July 11.

News Briefs: NBC Might Go 10/90 With a Roseanne Barr Sitcom

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… NBC is banking on Roseanne Barr still having some sitcom appeal left in her. The network is in talks to pick up a comedy starring Barr in one of those awful 10/90 deals, a contract that tests the ratings of a show for 10 episodes, and then if a certain threshold is reached, the network orders 90 more episodes. It’s been done with some Tyler Perry sitcoms, Anger Management, and a new FX comedy starring George Lopez. I shouldn’t have to tell you that all of those shows are pretty lame. The proposed series would star Barr in a multi-camera family comedy, and NBC would be the first major network to give the 10/90 strategy a shot. This is a sad day for television. [Deadline Hollywood]



… Discovery is expanding its Shark Week slate with a late-night talk show called Shark After Dark, a wrap-up of the day’s programming with shark experts and shark enthusiasts and shark worshippers and shark lovers.  Shark Week starts August 4, and Shark After Dark will air each night. [Discovery via press release]

… The Once Upon a Time spinoff Once Upon a Time in Wonderland will be longer than expected. The series was originally conceived as a 13-episode miniseries, but now it’s going to get extra episodes. How many? We don’t know. But the idea is to break the traditional model of ordering 13 initial episodes with a chance of getting a “back 9” and just order a set number of episodes, and that’s it. Open and closed. [EW]



The Good Wife is upping its sexy factor with the addition of Hunted‘s Melissa George in a recurring role next season. George will play the in-house counsel of Governor Florrick. George also appeared in Grey’s Anatomy and Alias. [TV Line]

Beverly Hills, 90210 vet Brian Austin Green is joining FX’s Anger Management as the nemesis to Charlie Sheen’s character. This sounds right. [Deadline Hollywood]

… They grow up so fast! Lots of Glee cast members won’t be returning to the series as credited regulars in Season 5. Heather Morris (Brittany), Mark Salling (Puck), Amber Riley (Mercedes), and Harry Shum Jr. (Mike) are all expected to see a lot less screen time next season. Same goes for Dianna Agron (Quinn)—though to be fair, Agron wasn’t all that present in Season 4. There’s a chance that all five actors might return in a guest capacity. [TV Line]

… This technically isn’t really news yet, but Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller has let it be known that he would like David Bowie to appear in Season 2, as Hannibal’s uncle. [E! Online]

Duck Dynasty is adding a cast member next year: the beardless Alan Robertson! Alan is Phil’s oldest son, and will join the family company as the head of public relations.  [E! Online]

Game of Thrones has cast Prince Oberyn Martell. Chilean actor Pedro Pascal will play the brash, charismatic prince from Dorne who comes to King’s Landing looking for love and friendship. Or is it bloodthirsty revenge? I can never remember! [EW]

Lost‘s Rebecca Mader will guest-star on the upcoming final season of Syfy’s Warehouse 13. The actress with an affinity for science-fiction will play… I don’t know! No one is saying. But she’ll be around for one episode. [TV Line]

Categories: :: News Briefs

The Hats of COPPER – New Season Sundays 10/9c BBC AMERICA

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This Weeks Main Shows: 30th June – 6th July

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Sunday, June 30th 2013
08:00 pm
BBC 2 Top Gear Series 20, Episode 1 (20×01)
08:30 pm
Nine House Husbands Season 2, Episode 12 (02×12)
08:45 pm
Seven A Place To Call Home Lest We Forget (01×10)
09:00 pm
AMC The Killing Eminent Domain (03×06)
BBC 1 The White Queen Episode 3 (01×03)
C4 The Returned Victor (01×04)
HBO True Blood You’re No Good (06×03)
Lifetime Drop Dead Diva The Real Jane (05×02)
Showtime Dexter A Beautiful Day (08×01)
10:00 pm
BBC America Copper Aileen Aroon (02×02)
HBO Family Tree Indians (01×07)
Lifetime Devious Maids Setting The Table (01×02)
NBC Crossing Lines The Terminator (01×03)
Showtime Ray Donovan The Bag or the Bat (01×01)
TNT Falling Skies Search and Recover (2) (03×05)
Monday, July 1st 2013
08:00 pm
ABCF Switched at Birth He Did What He Wanted (02×14)
09:00 pm
A&E The Glades Glade-iators! (04×06)
ABCF The Fosters (2013) The Morning After (01×05)
C4 Undercover Boss (UK) Phil Couchman (05×01)
Syfy Defiance Past Is Prologue (01×11)
TNT Major Crimes I, Witness (02×04)
VH1 Hit The Floor Lights Out (01×06)
10:00 pm
A&E Longmire Tell It Slant (02×06)
ABC Mistresses (US) Decisions, Decisions (01×05)
CBS Under the Dome The Fire (01×02)
E4 Skins Skins Fire (1) (07×01)
MTV Teen Wolf Frayed (03×05)
NBC Siberia Pilot (01×01)
Syfy Warehouse 13 All the Time in the World (04×19)
TNT King & Maxwell King’s Ransom (01×04)
Tuesday, July 2nd 2013
08:00 pm
ABCF Pretty Little Liars Face Time (04×04)
Discovery Deadliest Catch On Deck – We’re Not Gonna Take It (S09-Special)
FOX So You Think You Can Dance Top 20 Perform / 2 Eliminated (10×09)
08:45 pm
Seven Packed To The Rafters Centre of the Universe (06×11)
09:00 pm
ABCF Twisted (2013) Sleeping with the Frenemy (01×04)
BBC 1 Luther Series 3, Episode 1 (03×01)
CTV Saving Hope Little Piggies (02×02)
Discovery Deadliest Catch Listing Lover (09×12)
OWN The Haves and the Have Nots A True Friend (01×07)
TNT Rizzoli & Isles In Over Your Head (04×02)
09:45 pm
Seven Packed To The Rafters Packing Up the Rafters (06×12)
10:00 pm
BET The Game TBA (06×11)
C4 Dates Jenny and Christian (01×08)
TNT Perception Alienation (02×02)
10:30 pm
BET Being Mary Jane Pilot (01×01)
Wednesday, July 3rd 2013
08:00 pm
ABCF Melissa & Joey The Unkindest Cut (03×07)
08:30 pm
ABC Family Tools Pest Side Story (01×09)
ABCF Baby Daddy On The Lamb-y (02×07)
SoHo Wentworth Checkmate (01×10)
Ten Offspring Season 4, Episode 7 (04×07)
09:00 pm
ITV Love and Marriage Episode 5 (01×05)
OWN Love Thy Neighbor (2013) The Black Tie Affair (01×11)
TNT Franklin & Bash Captain Johnny (03×04)
09:30 pm
OWN Love Thy Neighbor (2013) Love Thy Compromise (01×12)
10:00 pm
BBC 4 Quick Cuts Episode 3 (01×03)
C4 Dates Mia and David (01×09)
Comedy Central Futurama Forty Percent Leadbelly (07×17)
11:00 pm
Fuse The Hustle Worse Comes to Worst My Peoples (01×03)
12:00 am
Fuse The Hustle The Hustle: After Party (3) (S01-Special)
Thursday, July 4th 2013
09:00 pm
Sky LIVING Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model Series 9, Episode 4 (09×04)
09:45 pm
M-Net Series Warehouse 13 The Truth Hurts (04×20)
Friday, July 5th 2013
08:00 pm
CW Cult The Prophecy of St. Clare (01×10)
09:00 pm
CW Cult Flip the Script (01×11)
Saturday, July 6th 2013
06:30 pm
Eleven Reef Doctors Episode 4 (01×04)
08:00 pm
ABC Zero Hour (2013) Winding (01×08)
08:15 pm
BBC 1 Casualty A History of Violence (27×42)
09:00 pm
ABC 666 Park Avenue The Elysian Fields (01×12)
10:00 pm
NBC Do No Harm Me Likey (01×04)

New Shows This Week: 30th June – 6th July

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Ray Donovan

Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama
Status: New Series
Network: Showtime ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: June 30, 2013
Episode Order: 12

RAY DONOVAN takes a novelistic look at contemporary Los Angeles. A richly textured family drama, the series centers on Ray (Schreiber) as L.A.’s best professional “trouble shooter.” He’s the one called in to solve the complicated, confidential and controversial problems of the city’s elite. He can make anyone’s problems disappear…except the ones he can’t escape created by his own damaged Boston “Southie” family. (Source: Showtime)



Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure | Drama | Mystery
Status: New Series
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: July 01, 2013
Episode Order: 13

In 1908, a meteor hit deep into the remote Siberian territory of Tunguska. Now, more than 100 years later, 16 contestants descend on Tunguska unknowing of the land’s mysterious past. When a contestant is badly injured and no help arrives, the contestants are met with the chilling realization that the strange occurrences are not part of the show. With their safety threatened, competing contestants must band together in an effort to survive.
“Siberia” is an Infinity Films Production in association with Sierra/Engine Television and Welldone Productions. Executive producers are Ohoven, Slava Jakovleff and Philip. The series was created by Matthew Arnold. Sierra/Engine Television will handle the worldwide distribution rights for the series and will present it at the May screenings. (Source: NBC)


Being Mary Jane

Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Family | Romance/Dating
Status: New Series
Network: BET ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: July 02, 2013
Episode Order: 13

From the producers of the award-winning, record-breaking BET comedy The Game and No. 1 box-office romantic comedy Jumping the Broom comes an original movie starring the gorgeous and talented Gabrielle Union. This is a story to which millions of modern women will both relate and respond. Mary Jane Paul is a one-woman show: a successful TV news anchor, entirely self-sufficient — an all-around powerhouse who remains devoted to a family that doesn’t share her motivation. As Mary Jane juggles her life, her work and her commitment to her family, we find out how far she’s willing to go to find the puzzle pieces that she, and society, insist are missing from her life as a single Black female. (Source: BET)

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