Set Your DVR: What's New, Returning and Leaving the Week of July 15

This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable, streaming and whatever “VRV” is, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to Set Your DVR.

Below you’ll find over a dozen premieres (including Suits and Killjoys), four series finales (including Code Black and Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce) and a pair of documentaries (including a look back at Freaks and Geeks and the life of Robin Williams).

Sunday, July 15
12 am The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale returns (Netflix; six new episodes)
11 am FIFA World Cup Final (Fox)
10 pm Who Is America? series premiere (Showtime)
10 pm The History of Comedy Season 2 premiere (CNN)
10:30 pm Our Cartoon President midseason premiere (Showtime)

Monday, July 16
8 pm Home Run Derby (ESPN)
8 pm Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind documentary (HBO)
9 pm CultureShock: Freaks and Geeks — The Documentary (A&E)

Tuesday, July 17
8 pm MLB All-Star Game (Fox)
10 pm Fear Factor summer premiere (MTV; two episodes)
11 pm Humans Season 3 finale (AMC; two episodes; not yet renewed)

Wednesday, July 18
8 pm ESPYS (ABC)
9 pm Suits Season 8 premiere (USA Network)
10 pm Code Black series finale (CBS; officially cancelled)

Thursday, July 19
9 pm Trial & Error Season 2 premiere (NBC)
10 pm Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce series finale (Bravo)
10 pm Snowfall Season 2 premiere (FX)

Friday, July 20
8 pm Kids’ Choice Sports Awards (Nickelodeon)
9 pm Wynonna Earp Season 3 premiere (Syfy)
9 pm The Paynes summer premiere (OWN)
10 pm In Search Of reboot premiere (History)
10 pm Killjoys Season 4 premiere (Syfy)
10 pm Outcast Season 2 premiere (Cinemax)

Saturday, July 21
9 pm Me, Myself & I series finale (CBS; officially cancelled)
9:30 pm Living Biblically series finale (CBS; officially cancelled)

What’s on your TVLine-Up for the week ahead?

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