WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: ABC’s Uncle Buck, NBC’s Spartan, CBS’ BrainDead & Amber Rose on VH1!By The DivaGals | June 13, 2016 | Entertainment
Here are the shows we must-see this week — and you should too!
MONDAY, June 13
Guilt SERIES PREMIERE (9 p.m., Freeform) An American party girl is involved in her roommate’s murder in London ΓÇô and a determined detective is set on getting to the bottom of the mystery. Naomi Ryan stars.
Spartan SEASON PREMIERE (9 p.m., NBC) This new competition series is inspired by Spartan Race, the world’s most demanding obstacle course races. Teams of five — friends, families, co-workers — work together on these insane course to win $250,000.
BrainDead SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m., CBS) A young woman gets her first job on Capitol Hill, and learns that most of the staffer’s brains have been eaten by aliens. No, this one’s literal.
TUESDAY, June 14
Uncle Buck SERIES PREMIERE (9 p.m., ABC) Mike Epps takes on his most challenging role ΓÇô that of a manny ΓÇô when he winds up taking care of his sister’s kids. Nia Long also stars.
Wrecked SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m., TBS) A bunch of people are stranded on an island . . . and still find time for major dram-mah! Showcasing a diverse cast, including Ginger Gonzaga, Asif Ali, Ally Maki and Pablo Azar.
I Am Homicide SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m. ID) Detective Garry McFadden uses his street smarts ΓÇô and sharp suits ΓÇô to protect the citizens of Charlotte, N.C.
Famously Single SERIES PREMIERE (10 p.m., E!) Even these famous stars can’t get a date! Watch as supermodel Jessica White, NFL vet Willis McGahee and #WBWD Calum Best cohabitate and meet with a dating doctor to figure out what’s holding them back from connecting with “the one.”
THURSDAY, June 16
Orange Is the New Black SEASON PREMIERE (3:01 a.m., Netflix) The most famous ladies incarcerated are back ΓÇô and you can catch their whole fourth season if you’re willing to stay up!
FRIDAY, June 17
The Amber Rose Show SERIES PREMIERE (11 p.m., VH1) Feminist, author, actor and entrepreneur Amber Rose dives into the late night scene with her unique, unapologetic style and intriguing guests to discuss pop culture, parenting, relationships, friendships, race, and entrepreneurship.
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