Shows This Week on Sling TV

Jul 25, 2016 by Sling Staff

All times Eastern.

Monday July 25

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: With the season almost over, Scrappy asks Bambi a potentially life-changing question. (8pm ET Monday, VH1)

So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation: The top nine young dancers perform live, but one unlucky contestant will be eliminated. We’ve got all the details on this season in an exclusive interview with judge Nigel Lythgoe. (8pm ET Monday, Fox)

UnREAL: Rachel and Quinn struggle to maintain their composure as things on set turn increasingly hectic. (10pm ET Monday, Lifetime)

Tuesday July 26

Animal Kingdom: The police close in on J while the rest of the Codys prepare for their biggest heist. (9pm ET Tuesday, TNT)

Dead of Summer: An overnight excursion into the woods could prove deadly for one of the camp counselors. (9pm ET Tuesday, Freeform)

Scream: The killer could be anyone in this slasher series based on the ‘90s horror franchise of the same name. (10pm ET Tuesday, MTV)

Wednesday July 27

Dating Naked: Strangers on a tropical island take off their clothes in a televised search for true love that keeps the censors busy. (9pm ET Wednesday, VH1)

Wayward Pines: The fate of humanity is at stake in the second season finale of the surprise summer hit. (9pm ET Wednesday, Fox)

Mr. Robot: Elliot befriends Ray in an effort to finally delete Mr. Robot. (10pm ET Wednesday, USA)

Thursday July 28

Dead Set on Life: Canadian chef Matty Matheson embraces the adventurous life after a eye-opening brush with death. (10pm ET Thursday, Viceland)

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll: Johnny is suspiciously supportive of Ava’s big debut while Bam adopts a more professional persona. (10pm ET Thursday, FX)

Ripper Street: Edmund returns to Whitechapel to investigate an old friend accused of murder in the fourth season premiere of this Victorian murder mystery. (10pm ET Thursday, BBCA)

Friday July 29

Elena of Avalor: A magical rock threatens a disastrous eruption, and Elena must convince the Grand Council to address the danger. (7:30pm ET Friday, Disney)

The Rap Game: From producers Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri comes the second season of this televised search for the next great rapper, featuring celebrity mentors such as Mariah Carey, Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, Nelly, Bow Wow, Da Brat and Flo Rido, among others. (10pm ET Friday, Lifetime)

Outcast: Reverend Anderson finds himself with fewer allies while Sidney shares an alarming secret with Kyle. (10pm ET Friday, Cinemax)

Saturday July 30

Killer Coach: A brief fling turns deadly when a star swimmer is stalked by her coach. (8pm ET Saturday, Lifetime)

The American West: Wyatt Earp becomes a legendary outlaw in the first season finale of this Western miniseries. (10pm ET Saturday, AMC)

Sunday July 31

Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens: Tara Reid, Ian Ziering, and David Hasselhoff reunite for another disaster fish film, this time with Gary Busey. (8pm ET Sunday, Syfy)

Teen Choice Awards: John Cena and Victoria Justice co-host this year’s awards show. (8pm ET Sunday, Fox)

Preacher: Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy search for God in the first season finale of the hit series from executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. (9pm ET Sunday, AMC)

The Night Of: Naz’s attorney works to uncover new evidence while Naz waits in Rikers. (9pm ET Sunday, HBO)

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