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ON TELEVISION (TUESDAY 8/22/17)
BET: Black Girls Rock at 8pm
SCIENCE: The Planets (Premiere) at 10pm
SYFY: Face Off: Game Face (Premiere) at 10pm
COOKING: Man Fire Food (Finale) at 9pm
DIY: Rustic Renovation (Finale) at 10pm
ID: I Am Homicide (Finale) at 10pm
MTV: Fear Factor (Finale) at 10pm
SYFY: Face Off (Finale) at 9pm
TBS: Wrecked (Finale) at 10:30pm

VH1 picked up a third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars to bow in 2018, which marks the first time the show will appear on the net after moving from Logo. VH1 also greenlit behind-the-scenes after show, RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked, for a 10th season.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The performer list for the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards has some new additions: Logic, Gucci Mane, Post Malone and Julia Michaels will all take the stage during the show, which will air live on Sunday, August 27 at 8p on MTV.
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In other VMA news, the awards ceremony is taking over Los Angeles with VMA Weekend in the run-up to the big event. Held at The Avalon it Hollywood, VMA Weekend will feature free concerts from DNCE, Bebe Rexha, Noah Cyrus, Echosmith, Why Don’t We, Kacy Hill, Cheat Codes, Sammi Sanchez and more.
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Hackers continue to torment HBO and are now threatening to leak Game of Thrones’ seventh season finale. According to reports by Advanced Television, the hackers have contacted Mashable claiming to have access to many of the network’s platforms, adding that people should “be ready for GOT (episode 7) as soon as possible.”
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Freeform announced summer finale dates for The Fosters and The Bold Type: The Fosters wraps with prom night at Anchor Beach on Tuesday, September 5 at 8p and will be followed by The Bold Type at 9p.
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The Hollywood Reporter and SAG-AFTRA have teamed up to celebrate the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards contenders at Emmy Nominees Night on Thursday, September 14 at Jean-Georges at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills, CA. The event is expected to serve as the unofficial kickoff to Emmy weekend; the Emmys will be held on Sunday, September 17.
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CBS landed Things You Should Already Know, an ensemble comedy about millennials from Ben Schwartz (House Of Lies), Laura Moses, Gary Sanchez Productions and CBS TV Studios. The series is based on a similarly-titled upcoming guide to dating book by Schwartz and Moses, set to be published in the fall. Meanwhile, Gary Sanchez’s female-centric production arm Gloria Sanchez Productions has a comedy in the works with CBS TV Studios starring Isla Fisher. Erica Rivinoja (South Park) is writing the script.
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HGTV renewed Flip or Flop Atlanta for a sophomore season after airing just five episodes of its first season. The series has garnered more than 7.9 million viewers since its premiere on Thursday, July 20. “The performance of Flip or Flop Atlanta is exactly what we anticipated,” said John Feld, SVP of Programming for HGTV, DIY Network and Great American Country. “The Corsinis’ real estate and budgeting savvy, expansive renovation, and seemingly effortless ability to manage their business relationship is inspiring for anyone who has ever thought about flipping a house.”
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Deadline reports that Fox is delving into Labor Of Love, an unscripted series that follows professional women in their 30s and 40s who decide to have a baby. The project, which is in the early stages of development, hails from Howard Owens and Ben Silverman’s Propagate Content and Project Runway EP Desiree Gruber.
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Marblemedia is developing Just Like Mom and Dad, a remake of the Canadian ’80s hit game show Just Like Mom that will explore just how well families really know one another.
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Universal Music Group and Grace/Beyond joined forces on three projects: animated children series Melody Island (wt); 27 (wt), which delves into the stories of musicians, artist and entertainers who died tragically at the age of 27; and episodic drama Mixtape.
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SundanceTV premieres Season 1 of Australian hit comedy Rosehaven on Wednesday, September 27 at 11p with back-to-back episodes. The quirky series set in a small town was created and written by real-life best friends and comedians Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Entrepreneur Network launches Elevator Pitch on Wednesday, September 20 at 1p; the series will give aspiring businesspeople the opportunity to work with a group of investors that might be able to take their businesses to the next level.
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Orion Television debuts Season 5 of Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court and launches new series Couples Court With the Cutlers on Monday, September 18. Check local listings for times.
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Six-part event series The Disappearance of Maura Murray bows Saturday, September 30 at 9p on Oxygen, and will delve into the true story of a nursing student who vanished after a 2004 car crash.
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National Geographic and Nike have partnered on the feature documentary Breaking2 which bows Wednesday, September 20 at 8p.
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Outdoor Sportsman Group is planning to take a bite out of Shark Week with #DeerWeek on Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel. The deer-centric programming, sponsored by Cabela’s, will air Sunday, October 15 at 7p through Saturday, October 21.
(Source: Cynopsis)

BBC One will get former One Direction fans swooning this November with Harry Styles At The BBC. The 60-minute special will be filmed in front of a live studio audience in Manchester and feature live performances and a discussion with pop star and Dunkirk actor.
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HDNET Movies will put the spotlight on cinema sirens with Woman Crush Wednesday, featuring films starring Julia Roberts, Sharon Stone, Salma Hayek and more. The female fascination starts Wednesday, September 6 at 8p with Marisa Tomei in 2008’s The Wrestler.
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American Masters: Tyrus bows Friday, September 8 on PBS. (Check local listings.) It’s the first documentary about Chinese-American artist Tyrus Wong, who is best known for his atmospheric artwork on Bambi, which is celebrating its 75th year since release in 2017.
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Ramon Rodriguez (Iron Fist) joins the fourth season of Showtime’s The Affair for a major story arc… Rachelle Lefevre (Under the Dome) and Ian Lake (Rookie Blue) board Season 2 of Lifetime’s Mary Kills PeopleAT&T Audience Network has cast Jocelyn Hudon (The Strain) to play Willow Green on Ice, replacing Chloe East, who exits due to scheduling reasons. Also joining the series is Laura Vandervoort (Haven)Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) nabbed a recurring gig on The CW’s The Flash.
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Netflix renewed Friends from College for a second season.
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Jenny Jaffe’s Neurotica is set to launch on IFC Comedy Crib. The series follows plucky dominatrix Ivy, who struggles with her OCD and fights to maintain her business when a new MegaDungeon opens in her small town.
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Omnia Media optioned the rights to Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan‘s 2016 novel Sarong Party Girls, with plans to adapt it into a comedy/drama series. The novel centers on Jazzy, a twentysomething woman in Singapore whose main goals are to party and marry an ex-pat.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Mandy Mayhem’s Rapping with Actors debuts on Bell Fibe’s VOD channel TV1 on Monday, August 28. The 22-minute chat show features sketch comedy, games, beat boxing and more.
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Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment and FremantleMedia UK Thames are producing the primetime special Your Song for ITV; the series features music’s biggest stars and celebrates the lives of real people who have done extraordinary things.
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For the third consecutive week TV One’s Rickey Smiley For Real ranked among cable’s Top 3 rated telecasts in its time-slot among African American P25-54, and its second consecutive week of growth among Total Households, W25-54, W18-49 andP2+.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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