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Summer 2017 TV Premiere Dates: New & Returning Shows to Watch

July

Wednesday, July 5

Snowfall Series Premiere (FX)

Sunday, July 16

Game of Thrones Season 7 (HBO)

Winter is coming, and the end is coming with it. HBO's massively successful Game of Thrones is setting up its inevitable endgame with the first of two shortened final seasons that promise plenty of fantasy action and maneuvering of game pieces on the giant board that is Westeros. Last season saw many of those pieces put in new places, with Jon Snow the new King in the North, Danny setting sail in pursuit of the Iron Throne, and Cersei keeping that very seat warm for the Mother of Dragons. There's still a lot of story to unfold and only 13 episodes until it's officially spinoff time, leaving series creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff with the toughest job in TV: fulfilling fans' massive expectations.

The Strain Final Season (FX)

Sunday, July 23

Ballers Season 3 (HBO)

Insecure Season 2 (HBO)

Monday, July 24

Somewhere Between Series Premiere (ABC)

Midnight, Texas Series Premiere (NBC)

August

Tuesday, August 1

Manhunt: Unabomber (Discovery)

Wednesday, August 2

The Sinner Series Premiere (USA)

Tuesday, August 8

Difficult People Season 3 (Hulu)

Wednesday, August 16

Marlon Series Premiere (NBC)

Friday, August 18

The Defenders (Netflix)

The Netflix version of The Avengers will finally hit the streaming service in August. Marvel's been taking its time getting the gritty street-level heroes together for this crossover event series that will see if what's good for the global box office is good for the binge-watch crowd. With Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and a floppy-haired billionaire orphan banding together, there promises to be plenty of superhero overload ready to melt Netflix's servers in the dead of summer.

Friday, August 25

Disjointed Series Premiere (Netflix)

The Tick Series Premiere (Amazon)

Be sure to check back, as we will be updating the list of premiere dates with new entries and in the event dates shift.

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