Shows This Week on Sling TV

Sep 09, 2016 by Sling Staff

All times Eastern.

Monday September 5

So You Think You Can Dance: The final four perform live, and it’s your last chance to vote for your favorite before the winner will be crowned. (8pm ET Monday, Fox)

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood: Masika meets with Fetty Wap to discuss co-parenting while A1 and Lyrica ask their feuding mothers to reconcile before the wedding. (8pm ET Monday, VH1)

Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe: Join Roast Master David Spade and special guests Peyton Manning, Rob Riggle, Pete Davidson, and more for a merciless skewering of the ageless Brat Packer. (10pm ET Monday, Comedy Central)

Tuesday September 6

From Dusk Till Dawn: The Gecko Brothers return in the season three premiere of the hit vampire series. (9pm ET Tuesday, El Rey)

Adam Ruins Everything: Adam ruins weddings with brutal honesty, like an aunt who’s had way too much champagne. (10pm ET Tuesday, truTV)

Atlanta: Donald Glover stars in this buzzy comedy-drama about two cousins hoping to make it big in the city’s music scene. (10pm ET Tuesday, FX)

Wednesday September 7

NBC News Special: Commander-in-Chief Forum: Matt Lauer sits down with the candidates in their first joint appearance ahead of the debates. (8pm ET Wednesday, NBC & MSNBC)

Mr. Robot: Dom and the FBI get closer while Elliot wonders whether Mr. Robot has been lying to him. (10pm ET Wednesday, USA)

Gomorrah: The most successful Italian crime drama continues its stateside run. (10pm ET Wednesday, SundanceTV)

Thursday September 8

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: Sadly, Tatianna sashayed away in last week’s shocking episode – which Queen will be the next to follow in her footsteps? (8pm ET Thursday, Logo)

Finding Prince Charming: UnREAL might be over, but gay Bachelor is finally happening. (9pm ET Thursday, Logo)

60 Days In: Volunteers go behind bars to get an inside look at the prison system and, if things get rough, cool scars. (9pm ET Thursday, A&E)

Better Things: Pamela Adlon stars in this hilarious, semi-autobiographical comedy about a divorced actress raising three daughters on her own. (10pm ET Thursday, FX)

Friday September 9

Abandoned: Legendary skateboarder Rick McCrank explores abandoned spaces with the people who still use them. (9pm ET Friday, Viceland)

Quarry: Adapted from the series of popular novels by the author of Road to Perdition, Quarry is the new noir thriller you’ve been waiting for. (10pm ET Friday, Cinemax)

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)

Saturday September 10

Men In Black: Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones star in this sci-fi buddy cop made at the height of late ‘90s alien enthusiasm. (8pm ET Saturday, IFC)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: Before there was Shia LaBeouf, there was Kate Capshaw to vex Indy even worse than a pit full of snakes. (9:30pm ET Saturday, Syfy)

Sunday September 11

Lip Sync Battle: All-Stars LIVE: John Legend, Olivia Munn, Terry Crews, and other celebrities return for a special live episode before season three premieres in October. (8pm ET Sunday, Spike)

Fear the Walking Dead: Alicia and Madison try to bring two competing factions together; Nick uses skills from his past for his new role. (9pm ET Sunday, AMC)

The Strain: Setrakian and Fet race to recover the Occido Lumen, and Gus and Angel try to hide a secret houseguest while avoiding a police sweep. (10pm ET Sunday, FX)

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