MADtv returns, with a new cast and a new network, and in prime-time.
But the sketch-comedy show is setting up for the same shenanigans.
Alums include Aries Spears, Alex Borstein, WIll Sasso, Frank Caliendo, Phil LaMarr, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Some of them are scheduled to make guest appearances on the rebooted show.
Executive producer David E. Salzman told TV Guide that "the MADtv POV is largely intact."
One can only hope.
The show premieres July 26 at 8 p.m. on The CW.
2016 MTV Fandom Awards: It's the third installment of the MTV Fandom Awards, honoring movies, television and music. 7 p.m. MTV
Geeking Out: Kevin Smith and Greg Grunbreg co-host this talk show that looks at pop culture through the eyes of fanboys. 9 p.m. AMC
Survivor's Remorse: My child calls him "NBA superstar LeBron James" and he's an executive producer of this basketball comedy, which starts its third season. 9 p.m. Starz
The Bachelorette: Life is full of choices. Let's all feel lucky ours aren't televised. JoJo's "torn between two lovers." Poor third guy. 7 p.m. ABC
The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All: They return. And they do what the title says they would do. 7 p.m. ABC
America's Got Talent: The final 12 acts perform. 7 p.m. NBC
Married At First Sight: Dr. Pepper Schwartz matches six people. The premiere clocks in at two hours of intendeds prepare for their weddings. 8 p.m. FYI
Real Sports: Ooh, this should be good. And timely. The sports news show takes a look at the International Olympic Committee. 9 p.m. HBO
America's Got Talent: Who will stay? Who will go? 7 p.m. NBC
Rock This Boat: New Kids: Cruise on with the New Kids on the Block. 7 p.m. Pop
Sing It On: John Legend is executive producer of the show following four teams of singers as they prepare for the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella. 8 Pop
Wayward Pines: It's the season finale, which means a battle of some sort. 8 p.m. Fox
Crashletes: NFL star Rob Gronkowski and his co-hosts offer commentary on epic fails from around the internet.
2016 Democratic Convention: The final night includes the acceptance speech from presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton. 7 p.m. PBS; 9 p.m. ABC, CBS, NBC; 8 p.m. CNN
Queen of the South: Emilio's showed up! Look for Dallas all up and through the series that was mostly shot here. 9 p.m. USA
Last Chance U: The football players at East Mississippi Community College have something to prove in this docuseries. Netflix
The Real Housewives of Melbourne: Let's see how they do it overseas. 8 p.m. Bravo
Harry Potter Birthday Marathon: The network formerly known as ABC Family has a sweet spot for the lightning-scarred lad, as do we all. It will show seven of the movies in honor of the titular character's birthday, July 31. 6 a.m. Freeform
This week in home entertainment
Barbershop: The Next Cut is funnier than it has any right to be, more than a decade after the last movie in the franchise. But gut laughs come. And they go, too. There's a serious message underneath the glitz of the now-famous Hollywood heavyweights in the film: Take care of your neighborhood before the wrong people take care of it for you. Ice Cube, of course, heads the cast as the shop is in peril again. But he's joined again by Anthony Anderson, Cedric the Entertainer, Eve and Sean Patrick Thomas, who has graduated from barber to the mayor's office. Along with a roll call of well-known and well-regarded actors -- Common (Suicide Squad); JB Smoove (Fresh off the Boat); Deon Cole (Angie Tribeca, blackish); Regina Hall (The Best Man franchise); Lamorne Morris (New Girl) -- the franchise showed it had some life in it yet.
Also out this week: The Boss; Consumption; Criminal; Grantham & Rose; Family Matters: The Complete Seventh Season; Hardcore Henry; I Am Wrath; Mystery Science Theater 3000 XXXVI; River; Sing Street; and The Zombie King.