TVLine Items: Chasing Life Return Date, Netflix's Between Trailer and More

Chasing Life Finale

The suspense is over, fans of Chasing Life and Switched at Birth.

ABC Family announced Wednesday that its dramedy series will return on Aug. 17 and Aug. 24, respectively.

The cabler also revealed a premiere date for Young & Hungry‘s sophomore season, as well as the debuts for new series Monica the Medium, Job or No Job, Next Step Realty: NYC, Startup U and Kevin From Work.

All told, the lineup looks like this:

MONDAY, JULY 13 | Monica the Medium (10/9c)

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5 | Job or No Job (9/8c)

TUESDAY, AUG. 11 | Next Step Realty: NYC (9/8c)

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12 | Young & Hungry (8/7c), Kevin From Work (8:30/7:30c)

MONDAY, AUG. 17 | Chasing Life (9/8c)

TUESDAY, AUG. 18 | Startup U (8/7c)

MONDAY, AUG. 24 | Switched at Birth (8/7c)

TVLine previously reported on the rest of the network’s summer lineup, including the June 2 return of Pretty Little Liars.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Netflix has released the first full trailer for Between, its upcoming drama starring iCarly‘s Jennette McCurdy. The first episode of the series — in which a mysterious disease wipes out everyone older than 22 in the town of Pretty Lake — hits the streaming service on Thursday, May 21, at 8:30 pm PT.

* So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley — who emceed the first-ever Critics’ Choice Television Awards in 2011 — will return to host this year’s ceremony on Sunday, May 31.

* Starz announced Wednesday that Blunt Talk — its original comedy series about a British journalist (played by Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Patrick Stewart) who tries to conquer the American cable news industry — will debut on Saturday, Aug. 22, at 9/8c. The basketball comedy Survivor’s Remorse will return for Season 2 on the same night at 9:30/8:30c.

* Seinfeld‘s Jason Alexander has signed on to star in an untitled comedy pilot for Adult Swim, Deadline reports. Created by Adam Lustick (The Office), the potential series will star Alexander as an award-winning psychotherapist who snaps one day and offers increasingly bizarre therapy to his patients.

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  1. MIke says:

    For any people watching between do they remember the show The Tribe that was on Canada from the late 90 to early 2000’s.

    • Michelle says:

      The New Zealand show? Used to love watching it & that’s what i thought of when i heard about Between too.

    • Simon Jester says:

      It’s also similar to the Showtime TV series JEREMIAH, whose opening premise was a plague that killed everyone over the age of 13.

  2. Mr. Tran K says:

    The Price is Right should end sometime in the near future. Drew Carey is still a complete train wreck to everybody who’s watching and wasting people’s time and continues to be a poor man’s Bob Barker with no Daytime Emmy love. The models still don’t have brains and beauty and the show is still not funny. My advice is that Stan Blits should pick the smart contestants not the dumb ones who are acting like zombies from The Walking Dead.

  3. Jared says:

    I didn’t realize PLL was starting so soon.

  4. Lizo says:

    Yay Switched at Birth!!!! Also, I’m optimistic about Between.

  5. Belle says:

    Can’t wait for April and Leo to get married on Chasing Life.

  6. dude says:

    Between is a Canadian show yet Netflix made the trailer unavailable to Canada. Dafuq Netflix?

  7. Joey Padron says:

    happy Chasing Life’s new season starts on my birthday!

  8. DavidSask says:

    The Adult Swim show has been done to death premise wise so why do again? ABC Family stick with scripted no awful reality no one will tune in for!

    • Marie says:

      It immediately reminded me of his short-lived ABC sitcom “Bob Patterson.” Why would he take another chance on the inept mental health worker?

  9. Joey says:

    Finally, a Netflix show I have utterly no interest in.

  10. jeanette says:

    So this means Chasing Life is currently showing on TV? Also at what time does it come out?