In which I try to pretend that I can focus on anything other than Harvey and talk about TV stuff again. So, I don’t know, here’s some ‘Game of Thrones’ stuff, I guess?

But first a quick Harvey Update: Houston is still underwater and it is still raining. In addition to the places I listed yesterday, you can also donate to:

And God bless Kevin Hart. Some people are mad at him for calling out celebrities in this way. This Houstonian is not among them.

Alright, some TV business:

I’m so emotionally drained right now, I honestly don’t know how long it is going to take me to get to the Game of Thrones recap. I always hope to get it up by Wednesday, I never get it up by Wednesday. It’s definitely not going to be up by Wednesday. In the meantime, here’s the first installment of HBO’s “Game Revealed,” a behind-the-scenes look at how the episodes were made. First up, the premiere episode, “Dragonstone.”

While we are talking Game of Thrones, this is just some very good gossip.

Some things we know about the upcoming season of American Horror Story: Evan Peters is going to play a number of cult leaders, including Charles Manson, Jim Jones, David Koresh and … Andy Warhol? Lena Dunham is going to play the real-life would-be Warhol assassin, Valerie Solanas, and this will be the first season without any supernatural elements, and also, bees.

Oooh, set your DVRs for September 6th: The Countess Luann is going to talk about her divorce.

Oh, Corinne, hasn’t your experience with reality television been enough?

Oh no, Jane the Virgin’s episode order has been reduced to 17 from 20 last season. Is it a sign of doom? Or is it a sign that The CW never cancels anything ever and they just don’t have room on their schedule for a 20-22 episode order? WHO KNOWS.

We’re also getting fewer episodes of UnREAL. WHAT GIVES?

If you want a distraction from depressing Harvey coverage, here are a bunch of hilarious British Drunk History clips.

If you’re a Hulu subscriber, you’ll soon get The CW live.

Netflix is in the pot-selling business now. Huh.

ABC is moving its Sunday schedule around for the fall: America’s Funniest Home Videos is moving to 7/8 p.m. for the first time in decades.

Here’s a deleted scene from last season’s Supernatural in which Rowena compares having sex with one partner to “riding a heavily sedated walrus.”

Here’s our President literally talking back to the TV, even though he has very little time to watch it.

Someone thinks that it’s a good idea to give Michael Vick another career.

Get well soon, Tamra!


In Development

Casting News


Tobe Hooper, Legendary horror director

Mireille Darc, French actress


Bachelor in Paradise: It’s Corinne’s turn to talk.  7 p.m., ABC

Black Love: This new docuseries explores the challenges and rewards of making a Black marriage work. Series premiere. 8 p.m., OWN

The Muppet Movie: Come on, you know you love this. Midnight, Showtime Family

Late Night: The Daily Show: Maggie Haberman, Glenn Thrush


TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Bachelor in Paradise
Somewhere Between
NCIS: New Orleans
CW The Flash
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
FOX Lethal Weapon
The Mick
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
NBC America’s Got Talent
Hollywood Game Night

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