This july, Global has the premiere of Big Brother, a new time for House, a two hours special of American Inventor as well as all-new episodes of The Real Wedding Crashers.
BIG BROTHER 8 *All New Season*
Thursdays & Sundays – 8pm ET/PT & Tuesdays – 9pm ET/PT – Starting Thursday, July 5
“Houseguests Move In” – The unscripted summer staple returns for its eighth season, with fourteen contestants set to lock themselves in a house for up to three months in order to make a run at the $500,000 prize. Viewers will be shocked and intrigued by this year’s juicy twists.
THE REAL WEDDING CRASHERS
Monday, July 2 – 8pm ET/PT
“Jackpot” – Wedding couple Jina and Christian from Burbank, California, team up with five “crashers” to create the most memorable wedding weekend their guests will never forget. Viewers can watch as the crash team makes it their mission to pull off outrageous pranks including a blackjack disaster and a run-in with federal agents.
AGE OF LOVE
Mondays – 9pm ET/PT
July 2: Mark spends time with the remaining women before making his next elimination, leaving eight women to fight for his love.
July 9: A sucker for a gal who knows her tennis, Mark gives the women a quiz on his life’s passion before cutting the group down to six.
July 16: Mark goes on another round of dates before eliminating two more women. How far will the women go to make the final four?
THE BEST YEARS
Tuesdays – 10pm ET/PT
July 3: “Shadow of a Doubt” – Samantha’s birthday is ruined by the unexpected return of her Uncle Patrick – a.k.a. the man who abandoned her to the foster system after her parents died. Meanwhile, Dawn prepares for her big opening night of ‘Macbeth’ but Trent is wrapped up with concern for Sam and is painfully oblivious to her need for attention.
July 10: “All that Heaven Allows” – Devon surprises Sam when he reveals his true feeling for her; Sam is blindsided by her visit from Uncle Patrick and his real agenda for reconciliation; Noah turns up the heat with Prof. Grant and can hardly believe his luck; Kathryn is crazed when she hears Beau has misplaced her ‘special tape’.
July 17: “Reality Bites” – Sam is confused about her feelings for Trent and still hasn’t told Devon about their kiss; Uncle Patrick attempts to reconcile with Sam after he discovers her past; Dawn is shocked to find she is cut from the play and is livid with Sam over the kiss; Trent tries to push Sam into admitting her feelings for him.
July 24: “Cruising” – Sam is enraged when Professor Fisher makes a case study out of Crazed College Girls that offers an all-expenses paid trip to Cabo; Kathryn and Shannon are all over the competition – letting loose, leading men on, and dressing sexy; Sam learns the truth about her family history.
July 31: “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” – Sam and Trent continue to dance around their relationship status; Trent scores some major points with Sam when he enlists the help of his lawyer father in Sam’s search for information about her family background; Professor Fisher puts two and two together, and realizes the “other man” who has ruined his marriage is his star student, Noah Jensen.
Wednesdays – 9 pm ET/PT
July 25 **2HR SPECIAL**
Moving one step closer to the dream of mass production, contestants battle it out to be one of America’s most innovative, and to make his/her unique invention a reality.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
Wednesdays – 10pm ET/PT
July 4: “Little Girl, I Wanna Marry You” – The Panthers have only one more game to win in order to qualify for the play-offs; Smash’s mother discovers something that could end his football dreams.
July 11: “Upping the Ante” – The Panthers prepare for their first playoff game; Coach Taylor gets distracted when he has to come up with a solution to Smash’s use of drugs; Tyra and Julie befriend while Riggins bonds with his alienated father; Buddy learns about Jason and Lyla’s engagement.
July 18: “Blinders” – The Panthers savor their crucial playoff-win until race issues sorely test their bond after Mac makes certain statements; Tami frowns upon Julie’s newfound friendship with Tyra; the girls play a powder-puff football game.
July 25: “Black Eyes & Broken Hearts” – Due to racial comments from Coach Mac, the black players on the team refuse to play unless he is sacked; Julie is sucked deeper into the vortex as her friendship with Tyra develops; Matt tries to win Julie back.
FROM THE GROUND UP SEASON 2
Thursdays – 9pm ET/PT
July 5: “The Kitchens” – It’s a tizzy of a task as Debbie throws everything but the kitchen sink at her protegés. Forced to take creative control, the protegés are given the task of redesigning a kitchen for a client they’ve never met. Debbie enlists the help of the mystery client, ultimately proving that sometimes “mother knows best”.
July 12: “The Sono-Tubes” – Taking a break from right-angles, Debbie has her protegés create a complete furniture collection out of sono-tubes. Debbie and one lucky protegé have everything riding on this one as the winning design will be featured in one of the hottest design magazines!
July 19: “The Living tableau” – Debbie forces her protegés to think in a completely new direction about the job as her Chief Designer; market the Debbie Travis Brand into a living ad that will be unveiled to the public audience. During this final stretch of the race, one solid designer will crack under the pressure and break Debbie’s heart in the process.
July 26: “The Super Bowl of Design Parties” – An impossible feat: plan and design a high-end industry party in less than two days! The protegés get off to a rocky start causing Debbie’s stress and anxiety to mount. With RSVPs pouring in and deadlines looming over her head, Debbie is forced to bring in an event planner to help her protegés pull off the party.
Fridays – 9pm ET/PT
July 6: “Ex-Factor” – Cheryl becomes personally involved in the case after the key witness in a federal money-laundering case and his wife are kidnapped and held hostage.
July 13: “Kids In The Hall” – When the teenaged inmates at a juvenile detention center overtake the jail and take guards hostage, Matt and Emily learn their goal is not to break out, but to keep the facility open after it was scheduled to be torn down.