TV SUMMER Preview – AUGUST 2007

It’s already August which means the end of Summer is near 🙁 . But that also means that Fall shows are coming back soon. But before we move Fall, let’s take a look at what we can expect on TV this August. Here is a list of the TV Shows starting this August 2007: (New shows are in red).

8/3 – Friday

FALLEN (Part One) – 8pm ABC Family

8/4 – Saturday

JEKYLL – 8pm BBC America

FALLEN (Part Two) – 8pm ABC Family

8/5 – Sunday


FALLEN (Part Three) – 8pm ABC Family

8/7 – Tuesday

LA INK – 10pm TLC

8/8 – Wednesday


8/10 – Friday

MEERKAT MANOR – 8:30pm Animal Planet

8/13 – Monday

WEEDS – 10pm Showtime
CALIFORNICATION – 10:30pm Showtime

8/17 – Friday

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2 – 8pm Disney Channel

8/21 – Tuesday


Here is more information on some of new shows and more coming out this August 2007:

    FALLEN8/3-5 8pm ABC Family
    I have seen the first part of Fallen when it first aired and was pleasantly surprised. Now the adventure continues and I will be there to watch it.
    Fallen chronicles the phenomenal journey of an 18-year-old Nephilim (Paul Wesley), who struggles to come to terms with his newly discovered identity as he is drawn into a world where angels — good and evil — walk among us.
    Fallen‘s official website.
    JEKYLL8/4 8pm BBC America
    Jekyll is set in the present day and stars James Nesbitt in the title role. Dr. Jekyll is a contemporary man with an ancient curse of Mr. Hyde. But he’s done a deal with his own devil – a body share – and keeps his dark side in check with the very latest surveillance hardware. Just barely keeping one step ahead of his alter-ego, Jekyll has managed to keep his wife and two kids a secret from the vicious Hyde. But what neither of them knows is that an organization with limitless wealth and power is monitoring their every move.
    Jekyll‘s official website.
    LA INK8/7 10pm TLC
    Kat Von D has come home to LA to open up her own tattoo shop. She already has a wait-list of clients a mile long including celebrities, rising starlets, punk rockers and tattoo collectors. The news has spread, and before the shop has even opened, it’s clear it will be one of the most popular in LA. But with popularity come headaches, drama, and lots of business streaming through the door.
    LA Ink‘s official website.
    CALIFONICATION8/13 10:30pm Showtime
    Californication centers on novelist Hank Moody who struggles to raise his 13-year-old daughter, while still carrying a torch for his ex-girlfriend Karen.
    Californication‘s official website.
    AS YOU LIKE IT8/21 9pm HBO
    Director Kenneth Branagh’s imaginative adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic As You Like It, celebrating the enduring power of love in all its many disguises. Witty, playful and utterly magical, the story is a compelling romantic adventure in which Rosalind and Orlando’s celebrated courtship is played out against a backdrop of political rivalry, banishment and exile in the Forest of Arden – set in 19th-century Japan. Genious Kenneth Branagh brings us another Shakespear film. Definitely will tune in for that.
    As You Like It‘s official website.