Shark Week (Discovery)
If you're late to the shark-infested deep of TV, fret not: Discovery's best week of the year has just begun! Shark Week features new content each night that's a blend of enlightening and entertaining. New shows this year include Air Jaws Strikes Back (Tuesday); Capsized: Blood in the Water (Wednesday); Isle of Jaws: Blood Brothers (Friday); and more.
Continues through Saturday.
Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu)
Hulu's remake transforms the 1994 film into an 10-episode series led by Game of Thrones alum Nathalie Emmanuel. But if you're unfamiliar with the source material, Hulu sums up the show: "Relationships are forged and broken, political scandals exposed, London social life lampooned, love affairs ignited and doused, and of course, there are four weddings...and a funeral." What more do you need to know?
Premieres Wednesday, July 31.
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team (CMT)
Want to see how some of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders who surprised Queen fans may have made the cut? Season 14 of the CMT reality series is here to help.
Premieres Friday, August 2.
Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation (PBS)
The cultural phenomenon that was Woodstock isn't exactly new territory for film and TV, but this PBS documentary promises a fresh look at how those three days in 1969 came together.
Premieres Tuesday, August 6.
Here's a fun fact: Did you know that BH90210 will be the sixth series of the Beverly Hills, 90210 franchise? I sure didn't. This very meta revival will feature the stars of the original series reuniting as their characters, uh, reunite to launch a revival of their '90s-era series.
Premieres Wednesday, August 7.
This critically praised dramedy on HBO returns for season 2. Succession focuses on an obscenely wealthy and totally dysfunctional family fighting amongst themselves (mostly) for control of their massive media conglomerate.
Premieres Sunday, August 11.
The Terror: Infamy (AMC)
The second season of AMC's horror anthology will move beyond the book its based on and leave the desolate cold of the arctic behind. Infamy will focus for a Japanese-American internment camp during WWII, where an "uncanny specter" menaces the community there and across the Pacific theater. Among the cast is George Takei, who actually spent time at one of the camps during the war.
Premieres Monday, Aug 12.
The Righteous Gemstones (HBO)
Few things are more fit for hilarious television than wealthy televangelists behaving badly. This new comedy focuses on the Gemstone family of preachers working to maintain their lucrative ministry in spite of their own stupidities. If the trailer is any indicator, viewers are in for a damnable good time.
Premieres Sunday, August 18.
Ghost Hunters (A&E)
Have you been hankering for some old fashioned haunted houses? If you're not exactly itching to find some yourself, they're coming back to your TV. Ghost Hunters is returning with new episodes after three years off the air at new home A&E.
Premieres Wednesday, August 21.
Good Eats: The Return (Food Network)
Another show back from the dead! Good Eats is returning after ending its Food Network run in 2011. Host Alton Brown steps out of the Cutthroat Kitchen to teach viewers a thing or two about unique ingredients and smart kitchen practices.
Premieres Sunday, August 25.
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (Netflix)
This highly anticipated new series serves as a prequel to the classic 1982 Jim Henson/Frank Oz film that's all puppets — but definitely not the muppets. The 10 episodes will explore the world of Thra and how it developed into the world fans know from the movie. Age of Resistance also features an insanely strong voice cast including Helena Bonham Carter, Lena Headey, Mark Hamil, Sigourney Weaver, Awkwafina, Natalie Dormer and many more.
Premieres Friday, August 30.
Carnival Row (Amazon)
With Carnival Row, Amazon makes a big dive into fantasy TV, this one set in a Victorian-ish city of humans and mythological creatures. Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne star as a human and fairy, respectively, dealing with the struggles their classist society places on the fantastical beings forced to immigrate to the humans' world.
Premieres Friday, August 30.
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