Thursday TV: Beauty and the Beast, Queen of the South, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll and More

by Jason the TVaholic on July 28, 2016

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News & Notes

Get Music from Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll Season 1 at AmazonTonight, ABC, CBS and NBC have 2016 Democratic Convention news specials.

Over on cable, BBC America has the fourth season premiere of Ripper Street, Comedy Central has the series premiere of Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle, and Syfy has the TV movie premiere of Ozark Shark.

Prime Picks

The Big Bang Theory (CBS): Repeat. “The Fermentation Bifurcation” episode from this past season replays, where the gang heads to a wine tasting event and Sheldon stays back to hang with a pregnant Bernadette. Runs 31 minutes.
Life in Pieces (CBS): Repeat. The “Hair Recital Rainbow Mom” episode replays, where John tries to look younger, Heather is worried about Sophia’s recital, Jen, Greg and Lark go to a big birthday party and Matt meets Colleen’s mother. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.

Beauty and the Beast (The CW): New. Vincent and Cat attempt to be normal while dealing with bounty hunter and a DHS manhunt.

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll (FX): New. Gigi helps Ava get ready for her debut. Flash has a big decision to make. Runs 31 minutes. Plays again later two times.

Other Options

  • Outcast (Cinemax): Repeat. Last Friday night’s episode, “The Damage Done,” replays. Runs 55 minutes.
  • Queen of the South (USA Network): New. Camila thinks about giving up Teresa. Brenda and Tony have problems. Plays again later.

Sports Notes

  • Golf Channel has first round coverage of the Women’s British Open golf tournament early.
  • MLB Network has a game today and another tonight.

Thursday TV Marathons

Blue Bloods (ION): Has 14 episodes.
CSI: NY (TNT): Five episodes in late night.
Law & Order (SundanceTV): Has 10 episodes tonight into late night.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (WEtv): Eight episodes today.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 12 episodes.
Living Single (TV One): Has 14 episodes today.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (BBC America): Eight episodes.

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