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On August 1, the Discovery Channel scripted anthology series Manhunt: Unabomber will air a two-hour episode at 9 PM.

The series depicts the true story of the FBI’s famed hunt for the Unabomber, the deadliest serial bomber in history. Sam Worthington stars as FBI agent Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald, a fresh-faced criminal profiler and newest member of the Unabom Task Force, who faced an uphill battle against the bureaucracy of the UTF as his maverick ideas and new approaches to forensic linguistics were dismissed. Paul Bettany stars as Ted Kaczynski, who was eventually captured 17 years after his first bombing in 1978 that to Fitzgerald’s unconventional work.

The cast also includes Jane Lynch (Glee), Brian d’Arcy James (13 Reasons Why and Smash), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider and Game of Thrones), Trieste Kelly Dunn (Blindspot) and Elizabeth Reaser (Twilight franchise).

Here is a trailer for Manhunt: Unabomber:

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

NOTE: The Amazon streaming series The Last Tycoon will debut online today.

5 PM:
Jack Reacher movie on FX

5:50 PM:
Bodyguard movie on HBO2

6 PM:
Descendants 2 movie on Disney (Encore)

7 PM:
Legally Blonde movie on Bravo
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets movie on Freeform
Garage Sale Mystery: The Novel Murders movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

7:45 PM:
Snowden movie on Showtime

8 PM:
Killjoys on Syfy (NEW)
The Divergent Series: Allegiant movie on Cinemax
The Notebook movie on E!

9 PM:
Dark Matter on Syfy (NEW)
Date My Dad on UP Channel (NEW – Check Your Local Listings)
Garage Sale Mystery: Art of Murder movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Legally Blonde movie on Bravo

9:02 PM:
Outlander on Starz (Reair)

10 PM:
Wynonna Earp on Syfy (NEW)
Game of Thrones on HBO2 (Reair)

Enjoy!

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We are now just a little over half way through the year with plenty of programming options airing on TV whether it be returning dramas, new series, limited events and/or mini-series as well as made-for-TV movies.

Let’s take a look at how those cable dramas performed during the month of June.

CABLE DRAMAS

MONDAYS:

Better Call Saul – The AMC drama aired the final three episodes of its third season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 5 – 1.6 million
June 12 – 1.5 million
June 19 – 1.9 million (Season Finale)

This averages out to 1.7 million viewers for June. Better Call Saul will return to AMC for a fourth season sometime in 2018.

Shadowhunters – Season 2 of the Freeform fantasy series based on the books by Cassandra Clare premiered on June 5, airing four episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 5 – 712,000 viewers (Season Premiere)
June 12 – 548,000 viewers
June 19 – 588,000 viewers
June 26 – 656,000 viewers

This averages out to 626,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 10, July 17 and July 24 with the next new episode of Shadowhunters set to air on Freeform on Monday, July 31 at 8 PM.

Stitchers – The second season of the Freeform sci-fi series premiered on June 5, airing four episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 5 – 475,000 viewers (Season Premiere)
June 12 – 363,000 viewers
June 19 – 333,000 viewers
June 26 – 385,000 viewers

This averages out to 389,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 10, July 17 and July 24 with the next new episode of Stitchers set to air on Freeform on Monday, July 31 at 9 PM.

Preacher – The AMC fantasy drama returned for its second season with a two-night premiere on June 25 and June 26, earning 1.7 million and 1.3 million respectively. New episodes aired on July 3, 10, July 17 and July 24 with the next new episode of Preacher set to air on AMC on Sunday, July 31 at 9 PM.

TUESDAYS:

Pretty Little Liars – The final four episodes EVER of the long-running Freeform soap opera aired during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 6 – 966,000 viewers
June 13 – 961,000 viewers
June 20 – 830,000 viewers
June 27 – 1.4 million (Two-Hour Series Finale)

This averages out to 1 million viewers for June.

Famous in Love – The new Freeform drama aired the final three episodes of its debut season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 6 – 334,000 viewers
June 13 – 360,000 viewers (Hour 1)
June 13 – 230,000 viewers (Hour 2)

This averages out to 308,000 viewers for June. Freeform has yet to announce if Famous in Love will be renewed for a second season or not.

Genius – The National Geographic series about Albert Einstein aired the final three episodes of its debut season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 6 – 1 million
June 13 – 1 million
June 20 – 1 million (Season Finale)

This averages out to 1 million viewers for June. Genius will return to the National Geographic Channel for a second season sometime in 2018.

Animal Kingdom – The crime family TNT drama aired four new episodes of its second season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 6 – 1 million
June 13 – 960,000 viewers
June 20 – 1.1 million
June 27 – 1.2 million

This averages out to 1.1 million viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 11, July 18 and July 25 with the next new episode of Animal Kingdom set to air on TNT on Tuesday, August 1 at 9 PM.

The Haves and the Have Nots – The OWN soap opera returned for the rest of its fourth season on June 20, airing two episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 20 – 2.7 million (Mid-Season Premiere)
June 27 – 2.4 million

This averages out to 2.6 million viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 11, July 18 and July 25 with the next new episode of The Haves and the Have Nots set to air on OWN on Tuesday, August 1 at 9 PM.

WEDNESDAYS:

Queen Sugar – The OWN drama series premiered with a two-night opener on June 20 and 21, airing three episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 20 – 2.3 million (Night One of Season Premiere)
June 21 – 1.7 million (Night Two of Season Premiere)
June 28 – 1.5 million

This averages out to 1.8 million viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 5, July 12 and July 19 with the next new episode of Queen Sugar set to air on OWN on Wednesday, July 26 at 10 PM.

Fargo – The FX anthology series aired the final three episodes of its third season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 7 – 1.1 million
June 14 – 1.2 million
June 21 – 1.2 million (Season Finale)

This averages out to 1.2 million viewers for June. FX has yet to announce if Fargo will receive a fourth season renewal.

Blood Drive – The new gore-filled Syfy series debuted on June 14, airing three episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 14 – 834,000 viewers (DEBUT)
June 21 – 627,000 viewers
June 28 – 444,000 viewers

This averages out to 635,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 5, July 12 and July 19 with the next new episode of Blood Drive set to air on Syfy on Wednesday, August 2 at 10 PM.

Gomorrah – The Italian series picked up by SundanceTV aired the final three episodes of its second season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 7 – 58,000 viewers
June 14 – 79,000 viewers
June 21 – 74,000 viewers (Finale)

This averages out to 70,000 viewers for June. Gomorrah has yet to receive a third season renewal.

Cleverman – The SundanceTV drama returned for its second season on June 28, earning 74,000 viewers. New episodes aired on July 5, July 12 and July 19 with the next new episode of Cleverman set to air on SundanceTV on Wednesday, August 2 at 10 PM.

Broadchurch – The BBC America drama returned for its third and final season on June 28, earning 373,000 viewers. New episodes aired on July 5, July 12 and July 19 with the next new episode of Broadchurch set to air on BBC America on Wednesday, August 2 at 10 PM.

Younger – The TV Land dramedy returned for its fourth season on June 28, garnering 802,000 viewers. New episodes aired on July 5, July 12 and July 19 with the next new episode of Younger set to air on TV Land on Wednesday, August 2 at 10 PM.

Kingdom – The DirecTV drama aired four episodes of its third and final season during the month, but no ratings could be tracked down for those episodes. New episodes aired on July 5, July 12 and July 19 with the next new episode of Kingdom set to air on DirecTV on Wednesday, August 2 at 8 PM.

THURSDAYS:

Nashville – The former ABC series, now on CMT, returned for the rest of its fifth season on June 1, airing five episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 1 – 780,000 viewers (Mid-Season Premiere)
June 8 – 694,000 viewers
June 15 – 753,000 viewers
June 22 – 727,000 viewers
June 29 – 777,000 viewers

This averages out to 746,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 6, July 13, July 20 and July 27 with the next new episode of Nashville set to air on CMT on Thursday, August 3 at 9 PM.

Queen of the South – The USA Network drama premiered its second season on June 8, airing four episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 8 – 1.2 million (Season Premiere)
June 15 – 1.3 million
June 22 – 1.1 million
June 29 – 904,000 viewers

This averages out to 1.1 million viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 6, July 13, July 20 and July 27 with the next new episode of Queen of the South set to air on the USA Network on Thursday, August 3 at 10 PM.

The Mist – The new Spike TV series based on a story by Stephen King debuted on June 22, airing two episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 22 – 684,000 viewers (DEBUT)
June 29 – 496,000 viewers

This averages out to 590,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 6, July 13, July 20 and July 27 with the next new episode of The Mist set to air on Spike TV on Thursday, August 3 at 10 PM.

The Tunnel: Sabotage – The PBS mini-series premiered its second season on June 15, airing three episodes during the month, but ratings could not be tracked down for those episodes. New episodes aired on July 6, July 13, July 20 and July 27 with the next new episode of The Tunnel: Sabotage set to air on PBS on Thursday, August 3 at 9 PM.

FRIDAYS:

Dark Matter – The sci-fi series returned for its third season on Syfy on June 9, airing two back-to-back episodes as well as three more new episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 9 – 587,000 viewers (Season Premiere – Two Back-to-Back Episodes)
June 16 – 662,000 viewers
June 23 – 607,000 viewers
June 30 – 619,000 viewers

This averages out to 619,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 7, July 14 and July 21 with the next new episode of Dark Matter set to air on Syfy on Friday, August 4 at 9 PM.

Wynonna Earp – The fantasy drama premiered its second season on Syfy on June 9, airing four episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 9 – 462,000 viewers (Season Premiere)
June 16 – 567,000 viewers
June 23 – 496,000 viewers
June 30 – 581,000 viewers

This averages out to 527,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 7, July 14 and July 21 with the next new episode of Wynonna Earp set to air on Syfy on Friday, August 4 at 10 PM.

Killjoys – The sci-fi drama returned for its third season of Syfy on June 30, earning 552,000 viewers. New episodes aired on July 7, July 14 and July 21 with the next new of Killjoys set to air on Syfy on Friday, August 4 at 8 PM.

Date My Dad – The new UP Channel family drama debuted on June 1, but ratings were difficult to track down. Check your local listings for airtimes.

SATURDAYS:

The Son – The period piece drama starring Pierce Brosnan aired the final two episodes of its debut season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 3 – 1.1 million
June 10 – 1.2 million (Finale)

This averages out to 1.2 million viewers for June. The Son will return to AMC for a second season sometime in 2018.

Orphan Black – The fifth and final season of the acclaimed BBC America series premiered on June 10, airing three episodes during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 10 – 278,000 viewers (Season Premiere)
June 17 – 225,000 viewers
June 24 – 208,000 viewers

This averages out to 237,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 1, July 8, July 15 and July 22 with the next new episode of Orphan Black set to air on BBC America on Saturday, July 29 at 10 PM.

Turn: Washington’s Spies – The AMC period piece returned for its fourth and final season on June 17, airing two back-to-back episodes as well as another new episode on June 24. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 17 – 664,000 viewers (Season Premiere – Hour One)
June 17 – 541,000 viewers (Season Premiere – Hour Two)
June 24 – 651,000 viewers

This averages out to 619,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 7, July 14 and July 21 with the next new episode of Turn: Washington’s Spies set to air on AMC on Saturday, July 29 at 9 PM.

Doctor Who – The long-running sci-fi series aired four more new episodes of its 10th season on BBC America during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 3 – 592,000 viewers
June 10 – 539,000 viewers
June 17 – 516,000 viewers
June 24 – 473,000 viewers

This averages out to 530,000 viewers for June. The season finale of Doctor Who aired on July 1 and the ratings for that episode will be included in next month’s report.

Class – The Doctor Who spin-off aired its season finale of its debut season on June 3, earning 223,000 viewers. BBC America has yet to announce if Class will receive a second season renewal.

SUNDAYS:

Good Witch – The Hallmark Channel aired four more new episodes of its third season during the month, including the second part of the finale that aired on July 2. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 4 – 2.2 million
June 11 – 2.4 million
June 18 – 2.1 million
June 25 – 2.4 million (Part 1 of Season Finale)
July 2 – 2.3 million (Part 2 of Season Finale)

This averages out to 2.3 million viewers for the time period above. A new season of Good Witch will air on the Hallmark Channel sometime next year.

American Gods – The Starz fantasy series aired the final three episodes of its debut season during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 4 – 607,000 viewers
June 11 – 629,000 viewers
June 18 – 774,000 viewers (Season Finale)

This averages out to 670,000 viewers for June. American Gods was renewed by Starz for a second season and will return at some point in 2018.

Twin Peaks: The Return – Four more new episodes of the creepy world aired on Showtime during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 4 – 254,000 viewers
June 11 – 270,000 viewers
June 18 – 294,000 viewers
June 25 – 246,000 viewers

This averages out to 266,000 viewers for June. New episodes aired on July 2, July 9, July 16 and July 23 with the next new episode of Twin Peaks: The Return set to air on Showtime on Sunday, July 30 at 9 PM.

Fear the Walking Dead – The AMC zombiefest prequel returned for the start of its third season with two back-to-back episodes on June 4, airing five episodes total during the month. The ratings for those episodes are as follows:

June 4 – 3.1 million (Season Premiere – Hour One)
June 4 – 2.7 million (Season Premiere – Hour Two)
June 11 – 2.5 million
June 18 – 2.4 million
June 25 – 2.5 million

This averages out to 2.6 million for June. The final two episodes of the first half of Fear the Walking Dead aired on July 2 and 9. Ratings for those episodes will be included in next month’s report. The show will return for the rest of its third season starting on AMC on Sunday, September 10.

Power – The Starz drama premiered its fourth season on June 25, earning 1.7 million viewers. New episodes aired on July 2, July 9, July 16 and July 23 with the next new episode of Power set to air on Starz on Sunday, July 30 at 9 PM.

The White Princess – The Starz period piece drama aired its season finale on June 4, earning 868,000 viewers. The White Princess has yet to receive a second season renewal from Starz.

The Leftovers – The HBO series aired it series finale on June 4, earning 1 million viewers.

Grantchester – The PBS mini-series returned for its third season on June 18, airing two episode during the month, but ratings could not be tracked down for either episode. New episodes aired on July 2, July 9, July 16 and July 23 with the next new of Grantchester set to air on PBS on Sunday, July 30 at 9 PM.

Prime Suspect: Tennison – The three episode mini-series debuted on PBS on June 25, but ratings could not be tracked down. The other two episodes aired in early July. If ratings can be tracked down for those, they will be provided in next month’s report.

Heartland – The popular Canadian series aired four more new episodes of 10th season on the UP Channel during the month; but ratings for those episodes could not be tracked down. New episodes aired during July, but check your local listings for airtimes.

MADE-FOR-TV MOVIES

There were a dozen made-for-TV movies and/or mini-series to air in June. Here is how most of those movies performed in the ratings:

Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love (Hallmark Channel) – 2.3 million
Destination Wedding (Hallmark Channel) – 2.2 million
My Favorite Wedding (Hallmark Channel) – 2.1 million
The Perfect Bride (Hallmark Channel) – 2 million
Menendez Blood Brothers (Lifetime) – 1.3 million
Site Unseen: An Emma Fielding Mystery (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) – 1.2 million
The Perfect Soulmate (Lifetime) – 1.1 million
The Wrong Neighbor (Lifetime) – 1.1 million
My Daughter Is Missing (Lifetime) – 925,000 viewers
Tiny House of Terror (Lifetime) – 768,000 viewers
The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit (Lifetime Movie Network) – 636,000 viewers
Deadly Secrets by the Lake (Lifetime Movie Network) – 580,000 viewers

Ratings results for the cable dramas, mini-series and made-for-TV movies that have and will air in July that can be tracked down will be provided as soon as possible in August.

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Now that Comic Con has ended and I am back to a more normal schedule, my ratings reports will get back to normal too, starting with the sole summer drama that aired a new episode last night. Here is how that one show fared in the overall ratings:

9 PM Show:
Salvation (CBS) [NEW] – 3.8 million

What did you watch on TV last night? Please share.

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

6:10 PM:
Deadpool movie on Cinemax

7 PM:
After All These Years movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
NCIS on Oxygen

8 PM:
Game of Thrones on HBO2 (Reair)
The Princess Bride movie on AMC
Snowden movie on Showtime2
NCIS on Oxygen

9 PM:
Hooten and the Lady on The CW (NEW)
Nashville on CMT (NEW)
The Tunnel: Sabotage mini-series on PBS (NEW)
An Aurora Teagarden Mystery: Real Murders movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
NCIS on Oxygen

10 PM:
NCIS on Oxygen

Enjoy!

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Hey All,

Here are the news items for the past week and a half, including lots and lots of videos featured at Comic Con 2017:

RENEWALS/PICK-UP ORDERS/CANCELLATIONS

Queen Sugar has been given a third season renewal by OWN. (Variety)

Amazon has given a 2-season order to the Julia Roberts-led drama Homecoming that will center on a caseworker at a secret government facility, her supervisor and a soldier. (Deadline and Variety)

The Originals will end after its upcoming fifth season on The CW. (Variety)

Netflix has renewed the Marvel series Iron Fist for Season 2. (Variety)

Stargate will be returning to TV as a streaming series called Stargate Origins. The 10-episode show will be available via MGM’s new streaming service called Stargate Command, which will be available this fall. The series will revolve around Catherine Langford, the daughter of archaeologist Paul Langford, who discovered the ancient, round Stargate. (Variety)

Wynonna Earp has been renewed for a third season by Syfy. (Variety)

A back-door pilot for the potential Supernatural spin-off Wayward Pines has been confirmed by the WB and the cast now includes Briana Buckmaster (who plays Donna Hanscum), Kathryn Newton (who plays Claire) and Katherine Ramdeen (who plays Alex). The spin-off will also feature a new character Patience Turner (Clark Backo from Designated Survivor), who is described as a high school over-achiever whose life is turned upside down when she discovers she’s a powerful psychic, a gift she inherited from her estranged grandmother, Missouri Moseley (who was played by Loretta Devine). (Entertainment Weekly)

CASTING NEWS

Actress Jaina Lee Ortiz (Rosewood) will star in the Grey’s Anatomy spin-off that center on a group of heroic firefighters from the captain down the ranks in their personal and professional lives. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Actor Forest Whitaker (The Black Panther) has landed a recurring role in Empire in a multi-episode arc, playing Uncle Eddie, a charismatic music icon and bonafide hit maker, who gave an unknown Lucious (Terrence Howard) his first radio airplay years ago. (Variety)

Actress Tracy Spiridakos (Revolution and MacGyver) has been promoted to series regular on Chicago P.D. for the show’s upcoming 5th season. Her character made her debut in the two of the last three episodes of the show’s 4th season when her character, a robbery/homicide detective, collaborated with Sgt. Hank Voight (series regular Jason Beghe) and the rest of Intelligence on a particularly tough case. (The Hollywood Reporter)

In the aftermath of Grace Park and Daniel Dae Kim leaving Hawaii Five-0, new cast members have been announced, including Meaghan Rath (Being Human) and relative newcomer Beulah Koale (who will be seen in the upcoming movie that will star Miles Teller and Haley Bennett); and Ian Anthony Dale (currently starring in the summer series Salvation) has been promoted to series regular. Rath will play Tani Rey, who McGarrett (series lead Alex O’Loughlin) recruits after finding her working as a lifeguard at a hotel pool after she was kicked out of the Police Academy. Koale will play Junior Reigns, a former Navy SEAL who just returned from serving his country and asks McGarrett for a job in hopes to re-purpose his skills as a member of Five-0. (Variety)

Actress Eloise Mumford (Fifth Shades of Grey) will have a recurring role on Chicago Fire where she will play Hope Jacquinot, an old friend of paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer). (Variety)

Actor Tom Welling (Smallville) will appear in season 3 of Lucifer as Marcus Pierce, an accomplished police lieutenant; he’s reserved and well-respected, like Lucifer (series lead Tom Ellis), he’s charming, charismatic and handsome. So when Pierce starts developing a connection with Decker (series regular Lauren German), the devil comes out in Lucifer. (Variety)

Actor Michael Emerson (Person of Interest and Lost) will appear in the 6th season of Arrow in a recurring role of an as yet named mystery character. (Variety)

MOVIE CASTING NEWS

Actress Michelle Pfeiffer will play Janet van Dyne, the mother of Hope (Evangeline Lilly) and the wife of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) in the upcoming movie Ant-Man and the Wasp. The movie will be in theatres in 2018. (Variety)

COMIC CON VIDEOS

Arrow

Supergirl

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

The Flash

Once Upon a Time

Teen Wolf

Marvel’s Inhumans

12 Monkeys

Psych Christmas Movie

The 100

Marvel’s The Defenders

The Gifted

Black Lightning /Where Heroes Are Born

Thor: Ragnarok

Justice League

Doctor Who Christmas 2017

Supernatural

The Last Ship

That’s it. Enjoy!

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Due to Comic Con, I am a little behind in my normal posts, including ratings.

Here is how the new shows that debuted on Monday and Tuesday nights fared in the overall ratings:

MONDAY

10 PM Shows:
Midnight, Texas (NBC) [DEBUT] – 3.6 million
Somewhere Between (ABC) [DEBUT] – 3.1 million

TUESDAY

10 PM Show:
Somewhere Between (ABC) [Time Slot Premiere] – 1.8 million

What did you watch on TV on Monday and Tuesday nights? Please share.

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Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions:

5 PM:
Tombstone movie on AMC

6:30 PM:
The Patriot movie on BBC America

7 PM:
Murder She Baked: The Peach Cobbler Mystery movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (Reair)

8 PM:
Arrow on The CW (Reair)
Descendants 2 movie on Disney (Encore)

9 PM:
Salvation on CBS (NEW)
Suits on USA Network (NEW)
Supernatural on The CW (Reair)
Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe move on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (Reair)
Serendipity movie on HBO2

10 PM:
Broadchurch on BBC America (NEW)
Cleverman on SundanceTV (NEW)
Younger on TV Land (NEW)
This Is Us on NBC (Reair)

Enjoy!

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Here are pictures I took of the sights at Comic Con 2017 over the course of the four days of the con:

Sights of Comic Con 2017:

Those are all my pictures for Comic Con 2017.

Be on the look-out for more pictures from Rueben’s Ramblings own photographer Dominick Dusseault soon.

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Here are pictures I took on Day Three of Comic Con 2017 on Saturday:

Once Upon a Time:

Riverdale:

Wynonna Earp:

Midnight, Texas:

TV Guide’s Fan Favorites:

More coming this week…

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