Continuing where we left off last week, summer television is here and there are so many new and returning shows plus new made-for-TV movies from which to choose over the next few months that viewers need a guide as to what to watch.
Thankfully, NiceGirlsTV has a summer guide right here to help you out; and I am continuing with the second part of my summer lovin’ piece that covers the latter part of July and all of August.
First there are the dramas that will come to an end, move to a new timeslot or return with a new season in July as well as those shows that will be back in August:
Eureka (Syfy) will air its series finale on July 16.
Lost Girl (Syfy) will move to its new night on July 20, still airing at 10 PM.
Warehouse 13 and Alphas (both on Syfy) will be back for new season at 9 and 10 PM on July 23.
Hell on Wheels (AMC) will be back for a new season on August 12 at 9 PM.
The Closer (TNT) will air its season finale on TNT on August 13 at 9 PM.
Boss (Starz) will be back for a new season on August 17 at 10 PM.
Then, there are the new dramas that will debut the second part of July and all of August, including:
Major Crimes (TNT), the spin-off from The Closer that will focus on how the American justice system approaches the art of the deal as law-enforcement offices and prosecutors work together to score a conviction, will debut at 10 PM on August 13.
NOTE: Major Crimes (TNT) will move to its regular timeslot on August 20 at 9 PM.
Copper (BBC America), about an Irish-American cop working to maintain his moral compass in a turbulent world while on a quest to learn the truth about the disappearance of his wife and the death of his daughter, will debut on August 19 at 9 PM.
Then there are the made-for-TV movies that will debut in the second part of July and throughout August:
Always A Bride (Hallmark) is about a straight-laced woman about to marry her perfect match who ends up married to her exact opposite about a botched bachelorette party. It will debut on July 21.
Raising Izzie (GMC) focuses on two orphaned girls and the caring teacher who changes their lives forever. It will debut on July 21.
Endeavor (PBS) tells the story of famed detective Inspector Morse, the rookie constable who plans to resign until a murder occurs that only he can solve. It will debut on July 22.
The Music Teacher (Hallmark) is about a high school music teacher who loses her beloved music program to district budget cuts. It will debut on August 11.
Smart Cookies (Hallmark) chronicles a high-maintenance realtor who must participate in a company-wide pro-social work community project with a struggling local Girl Scout Troop. It will debut on August 18.
Strawberry Summer (Hallmark) tells the story about a small-town music teacher crowned Strawberry Queen and the one-hit wonder who is brought in to perform for her hometown’s annual festival. It will debut on August 25.
Mark your calendars and enjoy the summer!