Tuned In: What To Watch

'Playing House' (USA)

Monday August 3:

Odd Mom Out‘ (10m on Bravo) **Season Finale** Record Now

Jill faces a tough decision between attending a birthday bash or a prom-theme gala in the Season 1 finale.

Tuesday August 4:

Playing House‘ (10pm on USA) **Season Premiere** Record Now

Maggie, Emma and baby Charlotte pose for an awkward family photo and have a surprise run-in with Emma’s old flame Mark (Keegan-Michael Key), his wife Tina (Lindsay Sloane) and their new dog, Renée. Later, Maggie and Emma go on a baby toy rescue mission deep inside enemy territory. Meanwhile, Bruce (Brad Morris) and his mother Mary-Pat (Sandy Martin) prepare a traditional family recipe, the Sauce of the Season.

Wednesday August 5:

Mr. Robinson‘ (9pm ET on NBC) **Series Premiere** Record Now

After a chance encounter, musician Craig (Craig Robinson) decides take a substitute music teacher gig to win over his high-school sweetheart, Victoria (guest star Meagan Good). Things don't go exactly as planned with Victoria, but he connects with the students and colorful faculty. Inspired by Craig's real-life experiences as a music teacher, the series also stars Peri Gilpin, Ben Koldyke, Amandla Stenberg, and Brandon T. Jackson.

Job Or No Job‘ (9pm on ABC Family) **Series Premiere** Record Now

This new series follows one young adult per episode on his/her journey to land a first job in their chosen career. Each candidate will go on three interviews, and viewers will follow along to find out if s/he lands three, two, one - or zero offers. Jane Buckingham (Founder and CEO of Trendera and bestselling author of The Modern Girls Guide to Life) will be the Career & Lifestyle expert (a.k.a. The "Fairy Jobmother"), dispensing advice on how to learn from their mistakes, where to shop and eat, how to get around town, where to find housing, and the realities of entering the job market.

Thursday August 6:

Project Runway‘ (9pm on Lifetime) **Season Premiere** Record Now

The 14th season starts off with the new designers arriving at New York’s Madison Square Garden, then scrambling to gather four pieces of fabric for their designs.


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