What will you be watching?
Monday July 23rd
Hells Kitchen (8pm): The chefs are challenged to put a gourmet spin on traditional Southern dishes.
WWE Raw (9pm): RAW celebrates its 1,000th episode with three hours of total insanity as stars from Raw’s past — including The Rock and Brock Lesnar. Will there be wedding bells tonight for Daniel Bryan and AJ Lee?
The Closer (9pm): In a case that hits too close to home for Brenda, a well-liked oncologist is brutally killed and his drug supply wiped clean; Raydor accepts a new assignment; and Gabriel makes a life change.
Teen Wolf (10pm): Scott and Stiles attend Lydia’s birthday party, while Derek locks his new wolves up on their first full moon together.
Tuesday, July 24th
Pretty Little Liars (8pm): A conversation with the detectives leaves Hanna to think she is being framed by “A”, so Aria seeks assistance from Mona. Elsewhere, a person from Ali and Jason’s past shows up in town unexpectedly.
Hells Kitchen (8pm): The chefs work on their communication skills before an important dinner service.
White Collar (9pm): The guys track a brilliant thief who has alluded the FBI for years.
The Glee Project (10pm): The contestant’s persistence and strength are tested, particularly during a frustrating take on Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger.” Amber Riley guest stars.
Franklin & Bash (10pm): The guys work for a widow, helping her keep possession of her late husband’s body before it’s immortalized as a dancer in a bizarre human-body exhibit. Elsewhere, a stalker menaces Stanton Infeld; and Hanna connects with an old college friend.
NY Med (10pm): A woman with cystic fibrosis needs new lungs; an ER nurse makes a startling personal decision after hearing an elderly couple’s story about their 65-year marriage; surgical residents share tales of hazing by senior surgeons.
Wednesday July 25th
So You Think You Can Dance (8pm): The Top 16 dancers perform, and two more are eliminated. Also: a performance by the members of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Christina Applegate is the guest judge.
Dallas (9pm): Murderous intrigue surrounds the family, forcing them to make crucial decisions. In other developments, a powerful oil company contacts Christopher about new methane technology; and outside forces threaten Southfork.
Damages (10pm): Ellen detects inconsistencies in McClaren’s story. Later, Ellen’s mother requests her help.
Thursday July 26th
Saving Hope (9pm): Charlie’s life hangs in the balance, causing Alex and Dawn to square off over which of them will legally make decisions for him. Meanwhile, in the spirit world, Charlie tangles with a deceased prisoner.
Burn Notice (9pm): Michael gets a lead on Anson; an MI6 agent tries to prevent Fiona’s release from prison; and an assassin traps Sam and Barry in a secluded beach house.
Anger Management (9:30pm): Charlie tries to secretly date a woman who has a thing for getting caught.
Suits (10pm): Harvey and Mike take on an unorthodox case in light of Harvey’s history with the client. Elsewhere, Louis and Rachel join forces to preserve a beloved institution, and Jessica encounters a problem while defending the firm.
Wilfred (10pm): Wilfred muddles Ryan’s plans to introduce Amanda to Jenna.
Louie (10:30pm): Conclusion. Louie goes out on a date.
Awkward (10:30pm): As Valentine’s Day approaches, Jenna and Tamara get jealous that their ex’s may be moving on without them.
Friday July 27th
2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremonies (4pm): The name of the Olympic Opening Ceremony show will be ‘Isles of Wonder’ and is directed by Danny Boyle. Paul McCartney and others perform.
Sunday July 29th
True Blood (9pm): The Vampire Authority celebrates the entirely new direction it has decided to take; Sookie and Jason come face to face with their past during a trip to the place where their parents were killed; Sam and Luna get stuck together.
Breaking Bad (10pm): Walt and Jesse formulate a new business plan; Walt shares a secret with Marie.
The Newsroom (10pm): Sloan subs for Elliot during the Japanese nuclear crisis following the March 2011 earthquake, but her harsh questioning of a Tokyo power-company representative could damage her credibility. Meanwhile, Will has a bout of insomnia that leads him to therapy, and he learns a lesson about bullying after his rude behavior in an interview.
Weeds (10pm): Nancy is tempted to go back to her old pot-dealing ways to raise cash for Stevie’s soccer expenses; Jill gets revenge on Andy through Doug; Shane and Angela double-date with Ouellette and his wife; Silas and R.J.’s friendship takes an unusual turn.
Political Animals (10pm): Elaine makes an announcement to her family; the Hammond men visit a pollster during an impromptu fishing trip; Garcetti enacts a plan that puts Elaine in conflict with her longtime mentor; and Susan shares her top-secret story with Alex.