This Week on Sling TV

Aug 22, 2016 by Sling Staff

All times Eastern.

Monday August 22

So You Think You Can Dance: The top six perform live, but one unlucky young dancer will be eliminated. (8pm ET Monday, Fox)

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood: A woman from Willie’s past shows up to confront him about his infidelities. (8pm ET Monday, VH1)

Cheer Squad: This two-week event follows a team of elite cheerleaders as they face off against their toughest competition. (10pm ET Monday, Freeform)

Tuesday August 23

Pretty Little Liars: Hanna is determined to prove Noel is Uber A, and the others search for evidence to support her theory. (8pm ET Tuesday, Freeform)

Halt and Catch Fire: If you missed Sunday night’s sneak preview of the third season opener, then catch the premiere in its regular timeslot followed by an all-new episode. (9pm ET Tuesday, AMC)

Adam Ruins Everything: Adam Ruins Hollywood in the season premiere of the myth-debunking comedy. (10pm ET Tuesday, truTV)

Wednesday August 24

Hollywood Medium: Tyler channels Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy in the latest episode, so it’s probably just a matter of time before he summons the spirit of Joan Rivers and continues her work on Fashion Police. (8pm ET Wednesday, E!)

Mr. Robot: Fsociety releases an incendiary video while Darlene acts on an old desire. (10pm ET Wednesday, USA)

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

Thursday August 25

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: Rolaskatox reunites in an all new season, but will season five’s feuding faves Alyssa Edwards and Coco Montriece resume their rivalry? (8pm ET Thursday, Logo & VH1)

60 Days In: Volunteers go behind bars to get an inside look at the prison system and, if things get rough, cool scars. (10pm ET Thursday, A&E)

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll: With only two episodes left, tensions reach an all time high on Denis Leary’s hit comedy. Rescue Me’s Callie Thorne guest stars. (10pm ET Thursday, FX)

Friday August 26

Batman & Robin: Years before Zack Snyder ruined Batman offered his take on the Caped Crusader, Joel Schumacher ruined childhoods gave the world its first glimpse of vestigial Batsuit nips. Christopher Nolan would have at least made them shoot tasers or something. (8pm 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 August 27

The Mummy: Before Tom Cruise’s remake hits theaters in 2017, relive a simpler time when Rachel Weisz was still waiting for her Oscar and Brendan Fraser still thought he could win one. (7pm ET Saturday, AMC)

I, Frankenstein: Perfect for anyone wondering whatever happened to Aaron Eckhart. Fun fact: before rewrites, this film would have taken place in the Underworld universe, with Kate Beckinsale set to reprise her role as Selene. (9pm ET Saturday, Syfy)

Sunday August 28

2016 MTV Video Music Awards: Britney returns the stage; no word yet on Banana’s long-awaited comeback. (9pm ET Sunday, MTV)

Fear the Walking Dead: Madison, Alicia, and Strand struggle to move on after the fall of the compound. (9pm ET Sunday, AMC)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians: Khloe konfronts Rob about kis relationskip kith Khyna. (9pm ET Sunday, E!)

The Night Of: The acclaimed, limited-series event comes to an end; will Naz finally be acquitted? (9pm ET Sunday, HBO)

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