Coming to your small screen this July: ‘The Bold Type’ and more
In a dystopian near future, creatures from ancient mythology are forced to live with humans in a world that seeks to harm them. The battle for survival returns to TV this June.
Sworn to remain impartial as they chase down warrants, a trio of fun-loving, hard-living bounty hunters navigates their way through the Quad, a distant star system on the brink of a multi-planetary class war.
Season 3 premieres June 30th 8pm (ET) on Syfy.
This psychological thriller stars Naomi Watts (The Ring) stars as therapist Jean. As the borders between her professional life and personal fantasies begin to blur, she develops intimate, illicit relationships with her patients.
Full season premier June 30th on Netflix.
Set in 1983 Los Angeles, this drama depicts the early days of crack cocaine, focusing on the first major cocaine epidemic and its impact upon culture and society.
Season 1 premieres July 5th 10pm ET/PT on FX.
Inspired by the life of Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles, this series gives a glimpse into the outrageous lives and loves of three women as they try to find their own voices whilst working for fictional global women’s magazine Scarlet.
Season 1 premieres July 11th 9/8c on Freeform.
Family drama following the lives of a Foster family led by a lesbian couple, a cop, and a school vice principal respectively, who raise a multi-ethnic family made up of biological, adoptive, and fostered children.
Season 5 premieres July 11th 8/7c on Freeform.
Billy Ray Cyrus stars as “Burnin’” Vernon Brownmule, a washed-up, scandal-ridden one-hit wonder rejected by the country music scene, only to emerge decades later as the second-best Elvis impersonator around and discover he has a fifteen-year-old daughter.
Season 2 premieres July 11th 10/9c on CMT.
The soapy drama reaches its 100th episode this season. Suits delves into the world of a top corporate law firm manned by a legendary lawyer who took the risky move of hiring a brilliant, yet unmotivated, college dropout as an associate.
Season 7 premieres July 12th 9/8c on USA Network.
An MIT student and a tech superstar bring the staggering discovery to a low-level Pentagon official that an asteroid is just six months from colliding with Earth in this suspense thriller.
Season 1 premieres July 12th 9/8c on CBS.
A tight-knit group of college friends reconnects twenty years after graduating from Harvard. Now facing their forties, they discover life and love don’t get easier with age, as they balance nostalgia with adult life.
Full season premieres July 14th on Netflix.
The struggle for the Iron Throne continues in this epic series based on the novels by George R.R. Martin. With fiery battles, intense family drama, and an ever-nearing icy threat from beyond the northern Wall, only time will tell if this legendary show really jumped the shark two seasons ago. Valar morghulis.
An evil strain of ancient vampirism rampages a dystopian New York after a mysterious viral outbreak. This fourth and final season from creator Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) sees the city under siege as vampires are free to roam, thanks to a global nuclear apocalypse.
Season 4 premieres July 16th 10/9c on FX.
Starring Jason Bateman (Horrible Bosses) and Laura Linney (The Truman Show), this dark and dangerous series depicts a family’s struggles after moving into an Ozarks resort after being thrust into a world of drugs and dirty money.
Full season premieres 21st July on Netflix.
Season 3 premieres July 23rd 10pm ET on HBO.
This original comedy series follows the trials and tribulations of African-American woman Issa Dee, chronicling incredibly relatable awkward experiences and racy endeavours.
Season 2 premieres July 23rd 10:30pm ET on HBO.
From vampires to witches, psychics to hit men, Midnight is a safe haven for those who are a little bit different. With the imminent threat of encroaching outsiders, the residents must band together to form an unlikely family.
Season 1 premieres July 24th 10/9c on NBC.
Set in one room of a standard American hotel, Room 104 is an anthology comedy, created by the Duplass brothers, that depicts the various stories of the assorted guests that pass through it.
Season 1 premieres July 28th 11:30pm ET on HBO.