Tuesday TV: Pretty Little Liars, Dead of Summer, Outcast Encore & More

by Jason the TVaholic on August 16, 2016

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News & Notes

Get Dead of Summer Episodes via Amazon VideoOn cable tonight, AXS TV has the TV movie premiere of Elvis Lives!, History has the fifth season finale of Counting Cars and the first season finale of Big Easy Motors, MTV has the second season finale of Scream: The TV Series, and Travel Channel has the series premiere of Andrew Zimmern’s Driven By Food.

In late night, MTV has a Scream After Dark special.

On streaming, Hulu has Casual S.2 Ep.12 and Difficult People S.2 Ep.7 as of this morning.

Prime Picks

Pretty Little Liars (Freeform): New. Emily and Paige are up for the same swim coach job. The doctor that delivered Mary’s baby is found. Plays again later. The previous episode, “Original G’A’ngsters” replays right before.

Dead of Summer (Freeform): New. The counselors disagree on whether the mystery of the camp has been figured out. Last week’s episode, “Townie,” replays earlier this evening.

The Middle (ABC): Repeat. The “Hecks at a Movie” episode from this past season replays, where Brick tries to stop a movie.
Fresh Off the Boat (ABC): Repeat. The “Gotta Be Me” episode from this past season replays, where Louis tries to help Emery become cool at school.

Sports Notes

  • MLB Network has a game tonight.
  • NBC and various cable channels have Summer Olympics 2016 coverage. Find out what is playing when and where at NBCOlympics.com.

Late Night

  • Outcast (Cinemax): Repeat. This past Friday’s first season finale episode, “The Lime Light,” replays. Starts 35 minutes after the hour and runs 50 minutes.

Tuesday TV Marathons

Castle (TNT): Nine episodes tonight into late night.
Criminal Minds (ION): Has 11 episodes.
Family Matters (Centric): Has 10 episodes early.
House, M.D. (UniversalHD): Eight episodes that play twice.
Law & Order (WEtv): Seven episodes tonight into late night.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (WEtv): Eight episodes today.
Sanford and Son (TV One): Has 22 episodes.
That ’70s Show (IFC): Has 10 episodes.

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