Monday June 11:
Michelle Simms (Tony Award-winning actor Sutton Foster) had a promising career as a classically-trained professional dancer but was drawn to the lights of Las Vegas. Now, with a dead-end job as a 30-something showgirl, she’s found the excitement of Sin City has lost its appeal, and her persistent suitor, Hubbell Flowers (Alan Ruck, ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’), is gaining it. With promises of a cushy life in his coastal town of Paradise, CA., Hubbell convinces Michelle to marry him and move away.
From the creator and executive producers of Style’s hit series ‘Jerseylicious,’ ‘Chicagolicious’ takes viewers to the Windy City to follow AJ Johnson who owns AJ’s salon in Chicago, and whose clientele includes a who’s who of actors and models, including Angela Bassett and Iman.
Tuesday June 12:
Amber, Catelynn, Farrah and Maci are back for a powerful final season of the original ‘Teen Mom’ series. These four young mothers captivated audiences when they shared their stories in the first season of “16 and Pregnant,” and viewers have been along for the ride as they’ve navigated their teenage years and early twenties with toddlers in-tow. In their explosive final season these young women will face their toughest challenges yet, from major moves and graduations to volcanic relationships.
‘The Next Big Thing: NY’ features Trapper Felides, a top New York City performance coach and musical director who gives his clients the blunt truth and tough love they need to succeed. The series will follow Felides as he mentors a group of performers, and takes on stage moms, as they prepare for their next career changing audition or their big music industry break.
Wednesday June 13:
Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray reprise their famous characters as J.R., Bobby and Sue Ellen Ewing return to Southfork with secrets, schemes and betrayals. This time, they’re joined by the next generation of Ewings, played by Josh Henderson and Jesse Metcalfe, who take ambition and deception to a new level.
Elektrolytes and 8 Flavahz battle it out for the title in the epic season finale.
Thursday June 14:
Season six of this summer favorite picks up after Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) turned herself in on charges of terrorism to save Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) from an extreme case of blackmail. With Fiona in federal custody, Michael and his crew must band together to rescue their friend from a lifetime prison sentence.
From Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, to Flea of The Red Hot Chili Peppers to Rancid’s Lars Frederiksen – veteran, chart-busting musicians share their contradictory, heartfelt, at times hilarious tales of fatherhood in ‘The Other F Word.’ The documentary features fascinating, revealing accounts from a generation of men re-defining their roles as fathers while balancing busy careers and family lives.
The sophomore season of the critically acclaimed drama jumps back into the fast-paced, high-stakes world of Manhattan corporate law. The future of brilliant, but not-technically-legal, associate Mike Ross (SAG Award nominee Patrick J. Adams) hangs in the balance when a friend threatens to expose him.
Sunday June 17:
Season two begins with Pope seizing command of a renegade contingent within the 2nd Mass unit. Meanwhile, Tom suddenly returns to the group, but his loyalty comes into question.
Sarah and Holder’s investigation comes to a close in the Season two finale. Who will be unmasked as Rosie Larsen’s killer?
In the Season four finale, Cruz pushes Jackie to the breaking point, and Jackie’s reaction gets her fired. Meanwile, Grace is enrolled in public school, and Dr. O’Hara goes into labor with Jackie by her side.
In the Season 3 finale, Cathy befriends a mysterious stranger, while Paul enjoys the attentions of an American tourist.
In the Season two finale, a tragic revelation leaves the family in shock, Cesare tortures Savonarola to no avail, and a new suitor works his charms on a flirtatious Lucrezia.
In the Season 1 finale, Jessa brings everyone together for a “mystery party,” but other surprises are in store when Hannah misjudges Adam’s commitment.