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2020 Summer TV Schedule & Premiere Dates: Dirty John, The Bold Type, The Chi and MORE!

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As we look toward the summer months, there’s a lot to be excited about including summer television.

Due to the quarantine and mandatory “stay-at-home” orders, many of our summer plans have been cancelled. 

Thankfully, some of these shows have been pre-produced and ready to entertain you as you cool off at home in front of the TV!

Credit: Spring 2020 TV Shows and Premiere Dates You Need to Know!

Season 2 of Dirty John will be premiering on USA. This second season of the true-crime series stars Amanda Peet and Christian Slater and chronicles the shocking marriage and divorce of Betty and Dan Broderick, one of the “sweetest” relationships of the 90s. 

It will premiere June 2 with back-t0-back episodes. 

The Bold Type also announced it will return for the back half of season 4 on June 11. The season was supposed to have a total of 18 episodes but because of coronavirus, it seems it’ll only have 16. 

Check out the 2020 summer TV schedule below — bookmark this page and check back for updates! 


Monday, June 1

NOS4A2 (season 2) – AMC, BBC America – 10 p.m.

Tuesday, June 2

Dirty John (season 2) – USA – 9 p.m. (Special Time)
Dirty John (season 2 ) – USA – 10 p.m. (Time Slot Premiere)

Friday, June 5

DEAR… – Apple TV+ – 3:01 a.m.
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (season 5) – Showtime – 8 p.m.

Sunday, June 7

74th Annual Tony Awards – CBS – 8 p.m. (Three-Hour Special) – Postponed due to COVID
Quiz- AMC – 9 p.m. (Time Slot Premiere)

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (Season 2) – Nat Geo – 10 p.m.

Wednesday, June 10

Lenox Hill – Netflix – 3:01 a.m.

Thursday, June 11 

The Bold Type (season 4) – Freeform 10 p.m. 

Friday, June 12

Crossing Swords – Hulu – 3:01 a.m.

Wednesday, June 17

Bulletproof (Season 2) – The CW – 9 p.m.

Friday, June 19

Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi  – Hulu – 3:01 a.m.

Sunday, June 21

The Chi (season 3) – Showtime – 9 p.m.
Perry Mason – HBO – 9 p.m.

Monday, June 22

Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Season 7) – The CW – 9 p.m.


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Fall 2020-2021 TV Guide: Preview the New Comedies, Procedurals, and Dramas Coming To Your Way



Fall 2020-2021 TV Schedule Lineup: Preview the New Shows

Fall television is going to look a little different this year as many scripted dramas and comedies get pushed back to a midseason 2021 premiere due to the coronavirus.

Some networks have done a better job of securing new offerings that have filmed enough episodes to be included in the September kickoff to TV season.

There’s a slew of new shows in the works from prime networks — ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and The CW — that are beginning for your attention. 

Check out the comprehensive guide ahead of the 2020-2021 TV season.  and make note of what you’ll be adding to your DVR. 


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CBS Reveals Fall 2020 Lineup With ‘All Rise,’ ‘Young Sheldon,’ and ‘Survivor’



CBS Fall 2020 Lineup Revealed

CBS has revealed its fall 2020-2021 lineup, and it’s looking slightly different than the schedules previously released by The CW and FOX

For starters, CBS doesn’t seem to be wavering in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic — it’s moving full-force ahead with slotting in scripted programming for the upcoming season.

The network is confidently banking on the return to production for many of its shows in time to get episodes filmed and edited by September. 

Either they’re being very optimistic or they know something we don’t.  

CBS added your favorite TV shows like NCIS, Survivor, Young Sheldon, All Rise, Mom and Blue Bloods to the schedule. 

Other networks took precautions with their fall lineups offering fool-proof programming; FOX is betting heavily on the return of football and animated series while The CW has acquired rights to pre-produced shows that will take the place of their vast original programming. All FOX and The CW scripted dramas will premiere in 2021 as part of the midseason slate. 

CBS pushed Silence of the Lambs sequel series Clarice to its midseason along with S.W.A.T. and Undercover Boss.

Check out the CBS 2020 fall lineup below:

8 pm The Neighborhood
8:30 pm Bob Hearts Abishola 
9 pm All Rise
10 pm Bull

8 pm NCIS
9 pm FBI
10 pm FBI: Most Wanted 

8 pm Survivor
9 pm The Amazing Race
10 pm SEAL Team

8 pm Young Sheldon
8:30 pm B POSITIVE
9 pm Mom
9:30 pm The Unicorn
10 pm Evil

8 pm MacGyver 
9 pm Magnum P.I.
10 pm Blue Bloods

8 pm Crimetime Saturday (drama series encores)
9 pm Crimetime Saturday (drama series encores)
10 pm 48 Hours

7 pm 60 Minutes
9 pm NCIS: Los Angeles
10 pm: NCIS: New Orleans  


Previously cancelled CBS shows include: Broke, Carol’s Second Act, God Friended Me, Man With a Plan and Tommy 

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The CW Releases Fall 2020-2021 Schedule, Delays Scripted Dramas like ‘Riverdale,’ ‘Legacies’ and ‘Nancy Drew’ to January 2021



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The coronavirus pandemic has affected the television landscape more than we’d like to admit.

Since mid-March, most TV show productions have been shuttered due to the outbreak, and with things so uncertain, it’s unclear when shows will begin filming again. 

Naturally, this affects the upcoming season. 

Many networks have been improvising with FOX revealing a 2020-2021 lineup that revolves heavily around NFL (pending the season returns on time) and animated shows. 

Now, The CW has made a bold move and unveiled their fall 2020-2021 schedule, which reveals that most of its scripted dramas will be pushed back until the spring 2021 TV season. 

The network is filling the schedule with completed series’ and streaming shows like Swamp Thing and Tell Me a Story, acquired from DC Universe and CBS All Access, respectively, to fill in the gaps. International shows Dead Pixels and Coroner will also fill out the schedule. 

The only new series airing will be the final episodes, which were finalized prior to COVID-19, of Supernatural. 

Peep the schedule below:


  • 8/7c: Masters of Illusion (two episodes)
  • 9/8c: Pandora


  • 8/7c: Whose Line Is It Anyway? (two episodes)
  • 9/8c: Penn & Teller: Fool Us


  • 8/7c: Swamp Thing
  • 9/8c: Tell Me a Story


  • 8/7c: Two Sentence Horror Stories
  • 8:30/7:30c: Dead Pixels
  • 9/8c: Coroner


  • 8/7c: Supernatural
  • 9/8c: The Outpost


  • 8/7c: World’s Funniest Animals (two episodes)
  • 9/8c: Penn & Teller: Fool Us (encores)


All scripted dramas including RiverdaleNancy DrewBatwomanLegacies, and more will be held until January 2021. This include new series orders for Superman and Louis and Jared Padelecki’s Walker, Texas Ranger spinoff. 

This means that Supergirl, DynastyRoswell, New Mexico, and Katy Keene (pending a season 2 order) will likely be held till the spring TV season likely debuting sometime in May. 

Check out that schedule below:


  • 8/7c: Batwoman
  • 9/8c: Charmed


  • 8/7c: All American
  • 9/8c: Black Lightning


  • 8/7c: The Flash
  • 9/8c: Superman & Lois


  • 8/7c: Riverdale
  • 9/8c: Nancy Drew


  • 8/7c: Walker
  • 9/8c: Legacies


  • 8/7c: Penn and Teller: Fool Us
  • 9/8c: Whose Line Is It Anyway?

The Arrowverse spinoff Green Arrow and the Canaries and an untitled The 100 prequel are awaiting a decision. 

The CW also ordered the Kung Fu reboot and The Republic of Sarah.

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