Monday August 6:
In the first season finale, Amy learns new lessons in a newfound relationship. Elsewhere, Julia breaks her dating rules to woo a math teacher, and Emily’s trip to California wine country with David takes an unexpected course.
Tuesday August 7:
Each episode dives into the cutthroat world of heavy-duty movers as they battle for the chance to transport the unshippable. The competition begins with uShip, the world’s largest online marketplace for independent truckers. Every day, thousands of shipments are put up for auction. The battle is fierce as the movers have only minutes to bid, and the lowest bidder gets the load.
An Old West ghost town in Idaho is visited for a paranormal probe, and a prairie monster is sought in Montana in the first season finale.
Wednesday August 8:
A health crisis brings the Ewing family together in the Season 1 finale. Elsewhere, long-buried secrets are exposed, and Elena and Christopher learn harsh truths about the people closest to them.
When beautiful Russian doctor Nina Reiser disappears from her home in Oakland, California, the investigation uncovers a tangled web of toxic relationships, thwarted dreams and a custody battle that turned poisonous. What it doesn’t uncover is Nina. Where is she, what happened to her? The DA tries to prosecute her computer-genius husband for her murder, but with minimal evidence and no body, it’s an uphill battle.
Through gritty, realistic cinematic reenactments, Paranormal Witness recounts the bone-chilling, real-life paranormal experiences of everyday people and allows viewers to experience the terrifying moments for themselves. Actual eyewitnesses share their firsthand accounts of the inexplicable phenomena that forced them to try to make sense of the scariest, most inconceivable events of their lives.
Misery loves company. Unless you’re sportscaster Ryan King (Matthew Perry, ‘Friends’) who thinks misery should just be left alone. After taking some time off, Ryan – who recently lost his wife in a car accident – is now ready to get back to work. And while he seems like his same old charming, cocky self, his boss won’t set him back on the air until he seeks counseling. So, Ryan reluctantly joins a support group with one goal in mind: get in, get out and get back on the radio as quickly as possible.
Thursday August 9:
On Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, Bell will dissect a multitude of topics including politics, pop culture, race, religion, and the media. The series will feature his commentary along with features from other contributors and sketch comedy.
Childrens Hospital returns for its fourth season and continues to live up to its reputation as the greatest hospital drama in the history of recorded media. Applauded for its tight stories and medical accuracy, this season reaches new heights: an airborne virus threatens to destroy the hospital and perhaps society, a search for the mysterious PA announcer Sal Viscuso reveals an undercurrent of evil powering the hospital, the origins of Chief’s handicaps are revealed, a beloved regular character dies a couple of times, and Sy gets a dog.
Friday August 10:
In the first season finale, Wes and Travis finally share the story of what landed them in therapy.
Saturday August 11:
Tonya and Lazarus must convince tenants to evacuate their condemned building before the wrecking ball arrives. Meanwhile, Kenny and Ahmad try to find a pickpocket among a group of vendors, and Jackpot and White House patrol a street ball tournament.
Sunday August 12:
The second season of ‘Hell on Wheels’ continues its epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), a former Confederate soldier, and his dramatic journey west as he struggles to leave his past behind.
In the Season 3 finale, a businesswoman is murdered just before she intended to offer an endorsement deal to a young surfer, and Callie’s lack of communication frustrates Jim.
In the Season 1 finale, a teen is murdered after being acquitted of raping a Cheyenne girl. Elsewhere, Walt is forced to finally confront his wife’s death.
Meet Dr. George Coleman (Justin Kirk, ‘Weeds’), a top-dog New York veterinarian. With an unorthodox style of operating, George’s success comes from his undeniable gift with animals of all kinds. That is, all but the human kind. Dorothy Crane once held the key to George’s heart, but today she also holds the key to the family business as she takes over Crane Animal Hospital. Not only is she George’s new boss, but her romantic history with him and her lack of experience with animals is seriously cramping his style.