We're weeks away from the start of the fall broadcast TV season, but that doesn't mean there is nothing to watch on television.
Far from it!
We have some of the best options for your viewing entertainment rounded up below, so bookmark this page and stock your calendars with all this television goodness!
Saturday, August 24
Web of Dreams, the last of The Casteel Series movies saga begins at 8/7c on Lifetime. You can check out our interview with Jennifer Laporte, who plays Leigh VanVoreen by clicking that link!
Nobody wants to miss the final movie in that series, especially if they've been following along with Jasmine's incredibly entertaining coverage.
And the final Summer Nights movie, All Summer Long starring Autumn Reeser and Brennan Elliott, premieres on Hallmark at 9/8c. Yes, summer is really over -- already!
Sunday, August 25
The final season of The Affair begins at 9/8c on Showtime.
Anna Paquin joins the cast as the adult Joanie, daughter of Cole and Alison, the latter dead and the former no longer a part of the series. Bummer right?
Chesapeake Shores returns to Hallmark at 8/7c as a regretful Trace rethinksh his music career, Jess and David are fully operational with their Tanglewood Inn, chart-topping author Bree investigates producers, and Kevin considers a life-changing event.
Lacey Chabert solves more puzzles in the latest installment of Chronicle Mysteries: The Deep End on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9/8c.
Kirstun Dunst shines in her role On Becoming a God in Central Florida on Showtime at 10/9c. You can read our full review here.
The finale season of Power also begins on Sunday at 8/7c on Starz.
As in previous seasons, you can catch up with reviews of every episode after they air.
And you don't want to miss the latest episode of Succession at 9/8c on HBO because it takes the absurd nature of the series to another level when Waystar Royco execs go on a hunting adventure in Hungary.
Monday, August 27
The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards airs at 9/8c. Taylor Swift will open the awards.
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath airs a two-hour special that serves as the [sob] conclusion of the series on A&E at 9/8c.
The penultimate episode of Pandora's freshman season airs on The CW at 8/7c, as Jax is desperate to solve the mystery of her own past. Xander's divided loyalties could endanger them all.
Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda will see out his series at the conclusion of the new season that starts at 9/8c on ID.
Thursday, August 29
Workin' Moms Season 3 drops on Netflix. If you haven't watched the first two, I highly suggest you plow in.
The Season Finale of Queen of the South airs on USA at 10/9c.
Friday, August 30
Carnival Row drops on Amazon. We'll have our review of the fantastical series next week.
Keeping fantasy alive for streaming TV watchers, Netflix also drops The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
For When Calls the Heart fans, When Hope Calls is the streaming-only spinoff airing on Hallmark Movies Now, and it begins Friday.
What will make your list?
Hit the comments with what you'll be watching over the next week.
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