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ON TELEVISION (WEDNESDAY 7/10/19)
ABC: The 2019 ESPYS at 8pm
DIY: Restored (Premiere) at 9pm
FX: Snowfall (Premiere) at 10pm
HISTORY: The Strongest Man in History (Premiere) at 10pm
HULU: Harlots (Premiere)
LIFETIME: Marrying Millions (Premiere) at 10pm
POP: Florida Girls (Premiere) at 10pm
REVOLT: Funny AF (Premiere) at 10pm
ID: The Killer Beside Me (Finale) at 9pm
ID: Lone Star Justice (Finale) at 10pm

HBO Max is the name of WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming service,which will carry the complete 236-episode library of Friends, plus The CW’s upcoming Batwoman, original movies from Greg Berlanti and Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine, and full libraries of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Pretty Little Liars and more. Under new arrangements with Warner Bros Television and others, former Netflix mainstay Friends is headed to the new service in a five-year deal reportedly with a price tag of $425 million. A beta version of HBO Max is expected out by the end of 2019, with the full service launch in spring 2020.
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“HBO Max will bring together the diverse riches of WarnerMedia to create programming and user experiences not seen before in a streaming platform,” said Robert Greenblatt, chairman, WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-To-Consumer. “HBO’s world-class programming leads the way, the quality of which will be the guiding principle for our new array of Max Originals, our exciting acquisitions, and the very best of the Warner Bros libraries, starting with the phenomenon that is Friends.” Among HBO programming previously announced for 2020-21 are Stephen King’s mystery The Outsider, horror series Lovecraft Country, exec-produced by Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams, and The Undoing, a psychological thriller from David E. Kelley, directed by Susanne Bier, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant.
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Joel McHale, Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks, Usher and Chris Longare among presenters for the 2019 ESPYS, presented by Capital One. The awards event, airing live on ABC on Wednesday, July 10, at 8p, will bring together top athletes and celebrities to honor the best moments in sports. Fresh from their World Cup win, the US Women’s National Soccer Team will be in attendance, as will Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, Odell Beckham Jr., Chloe Kim and Caitlyn Jenner.
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Fox’s Emmy-winning So You Think You Can Dance is again hitting the road, with a live tour celebrating its 16th season slated to kick off this fall. Top 10 finalists will perform in 40 cities beginning October 12 in Atlantic City.
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IMDb is in the game with its first-ever scripted series You’re Not a Monster, whose voice cast includes Kelsey Grammer, Ellie Kemper, Aparna Nancherla, Patton Oswalt and Eric Stonestreet. Slated for a fall debut, the animated series will get a sneak peek at Comic-Con. Series shows that even movie monsters have emotional issues, and Grammer will return to the therapist chair as a former psychiatrist-turned-vampire who mentors his great-great grandson Max (Stonestreet), who’s inherited his practice. Created and written by Frank Lesser (The Colbert Report), with Lily Stuart Streiff as animation director, You’re Not a Monster is produced for IMDb by Bold Soul Studios, Grammnet and Ranker. It will debut at http://www.imdb.com/monster as well as IMDb’s streaming video channel and apps.
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The Now, a new scripted series from Peter Farrelly (Green Book) and Anonymous Content, is headed for short-form video platform Quibi. Co-written by Farrelly, Steve Leff (The Ranch) and Pete Jones (Hall Pass), series follows a guy who’s about to commit suicide when his plans are thwarted when his nagging mom tells him his brother just committed suicide. This after his dad’s previous suicide, so the protagonist has to learn to cope with his life. The late Steve Golin and Jeff Okin exec produce, with Anonymous Content producing.
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YA drama series The Society is getting a second season on Netflix. Slated to premiere in 2020, series follows a cohort of teens who are mysteriously transported to a facsimile of their wealthy New England town without any trace of their parents, where they must establish order and form alliances in order to survive. The Society was created by Chris Keyser and starsKathryn Newton.
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Event producer Andy King, who stole the show in Netflix’s Dyre Fest doc, inked a talent deal with Spoke Studios, a Wheelhouse Entertainment company. King—who catapulted in the pop-culture-sphere following his candid account of the Fyre Fest debacle in Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened—is the centerpiece of a TV project the studio is shopping. Original talk shows, podcasts and unscripted series that leverage King’s frankness and expertise in talent/brand relations are also being considered.
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The Great Pyramid of Giza, the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China and the Notre Dame Cathedral are all in the spotlight in new Science Channel engineering series If We Built it Today. Premiering Sunday, July 14 at 10p, series examines what it would take to build these structures today in terms of materials, cost, labor and more.
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Hulu dropped the season 2 trailer for horror series Light As A Feather, from AwesomenessTV, Wattpad and Kelsey Grammer’s Grammnet. The eight-ep new season, which premieres Friday, July 26, features McKenna (Liana Liberato), having inherited the curse brought on by the lethal game of Light As A Feather, plagued by a ticking clock compelling her to play a new round of the game.
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VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood returns Monday, August 5 at 8p. Season highlights will include a behind-the-scenes look at The Millennium Tour with B2K band members Fizz and J Boog; and the return of Omarion’s ex and the mother of his children, Apryl Jones.
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Indie filmmaker Christopher Garetano begins a boots-on-the-ground investigation into the legends, mysteries and first-person accounts that fuel creepy conspiracy theories and unexplained occurrences in new Travel Channel series Strange World. Premiering Sunday, August 11 at 10p, eight hour-long eps will immerse viewers in everything from the alleged curse of James Dean’s death car to the legend of Polybius, an ‘80s arcade game supposedly created as a mind-control experiment gone amuck.
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Clear the aisles… new Food Network series Supermarket Stakeout, premiering Tuesday, August 13 at 10p, engages chefs in a competition where blind luck, negotiation and cooking skills are the key ingredients to success. Hosted by Iron Chef andChopped judge Alex Guarnaschelli, each ep kicks off with a culinary ambush outside a local supermarket, where four competitors approach unsuspecting shoppers leaving the store to negotiate the bags right out of their hands—without knowing what’s inside—and then take to pop-up kitchens outside local supermarkets to create culinary feats.
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Um, Actually (@UmActuallyShow), the game show for nerds, by nerds starring creator, host and super-nerd, Mike Trapp, returns for a second season on CollegeHumor’s subscription-based streaming service Dropout on Saturday, July 20. A new episode of the 10-ep season will be released each following Saturday through September 21. Series features Trapp asking a panel of guest contestants to correct statements on a variety of nerdy pop culture topics.
(Source: Cynopsis)
The second part of HBO Documentary Films’ two-part crime series I Love You, Now Die airs tonight (July 10) on HBO. Doc, from director Erin Lee Carr and producer Andrew Rossi, dives into the 2014 texting suicide case that made national headlines after 18-year-old Conrad Roy killed himself in his car in Fairhaven, Mass.
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Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills three-part reunion premieres on Tuesday, July 16 at 9p and will run on consecutive Tuesdays with host Andy Cohen joining Erika Girardi, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Kyle Richards, Denise Richards, Lisa Rinna and Camille Grammer as they revisit a wildly unpredictable season. Lisa Vanderpump did not attend the reunion.
(Source: Cynopsis)
NY public television Thirteen’s exclusive broadcast premiere of documentary Sid Caesar: On the Language of Comedy, will bow on the channel Friday, July 19 at 10:30p and also be available Monday, July 22 to viewers around the country via PBS Passport.
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CMA Fest will bring country music acts together for three hours of collaborations and performances in a special airing Sunday, Aug. 4 at 8p on ABC. Hosted by Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini with guest host Bobby Bones, CMA Fest brings the annual fan experience to TV for the 16th straight year. Performances include Lil Nas X joined by Billy Ray Cyrus and Keith Urban, Ballerini and the Chainsmokers, and Brothers Osbornewith Brooks & Dunn and Ashley McBryde.
(Source: Cynopsis)
The life and legacy of Patrick Swayze will be commemorated in I Am Patrick Swayze, a new doc from Paramount Network and Network Entertainment that bows Sunday, August 18 at 9p on Swayze’s birthday. The latest installment in Paramount Net’s “I Am” franchise, project includes interviews with the late Ghost and Dirty Dancing star’s friends and family including his widow Lisa Niemi, and co-stars Sam Elliott, Jennifer Grey, C. Thomas Howell, Rob Lowe, Kelly Lynch, Demi Moore and more. Doc, which will premiere at the San Antonio Film Festival Friday, August 2, is directed by Adrian Buitenhuis; exec producers include Paul Gertz, Kent Wingerak, Derik Murray and Chaz Gray.
(Source: Cynopsis)
After a dramatic switch in distributors away from Universal Pictures, Netflix landed heist thriller Red Notice, starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. The streamer greenlit the Rawson Marshall Thurber-directed film and set a 2020 production start. When initially was sold as a pitch, Red Notice was among the biggest film packages brokered last year. Netflix lost out to Universal in the initial deal-making.
(Source: Cynopsis)
Gaia, the subscription streaming video service dedicated to media for mind, body and soul , is debuting original series Sacred Power: Mastering the Nature of Your Soul. The 12-part series features author and lecturer Caroline Myss delivering messages of transformation and renewal that are simultaneously ancient and progressive.
(Source: Cynopsis)
Netflix is teaming with King Features for its latest kids series, The Cuphead Show!, a take on the popular Cuphead videogame that enlists super-old-school ‘30s-style animation. Series will expand on the game’s characters, misadventures and universe, with an animation style inspired by the classic Fleischer cartoons.
(Source: Cynopsis)
Felicity Jones will co-star in George Clooney’s untitled Netflix filmadaptation of Lily Brooks-Dalton’s 2016 novel Good Morning, Midnight… Alana de la Garza, who co-stars in CBS’ upcoming FBI: Most Wanted midseason drama, joins flagship series FBI as a series regular, reprising her role as Isobel Castile.
(Source: Cynopsis)

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