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August 25, 2016
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Tailgate Warriors with Guy Fieri 8/7c Hallmark Beverly Hills, 90210 heartthrobs Luke Perry and Jason Priestley reunite for a far grittier project than their earlier roles as rich kids on the hit teen drama. Under the direction of Priestley, Perry plays a newly appointed judge with a long-simmering vendetta against the person who killed his parents. When his new job sends him to Wyoming — the place where his family was gunned down — he has an opportunity to finally exact his revenge. — Brie Hearn8/7c Disney Phineas and Ferb decide to recreate one of their most memorable days, when they built a gigantic roller coaster in their backyard, but with one key difference — this time they will do it as a full-fledged musical! Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, Singin' in the Rain, Les Miserables, The Music Man and a host of other musicals are referenced, and that's just in the opening number. Their friends and foes get in on the act, too, with Isabella belting out "Whatcha Doin'" and Doofenshmirtz turning into a punk rocker as he tries to reverse the Earth's rotation using a mega-magnet and tons of tinfoil. — Tim Holland 9/8c Syfy What happens to eighties pop princesses when they grow up? They star in silly, over-the-top monster movies with "Mega" in the title. Debbie Gibson (Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus) and Tiffany (Mega Piranha), who also coproduced this reptiles-run-amok flick, face off as an animal activist and a park ranger who have conflicting ideas about which species should rule the Everglades. — Michael Chant10/9c DiscoveryIf a person is kidnapped in America and taken across a state line, it becomes a federal offense for the FBI to resolve. But if the abductors take the victim out of the country, a positive outcome may lie with heroes such as Brad Barker and his HALO group, who go to Mexico to retrieve two unfortunate souls in the debut of a series focused on elite rescuers who try to recover kidnapped people. — Michael Chant10/9c Comedy CentralComedian Nick Kroll may not be a man with a thousand faces, but he has more than enough bizarre alter egos to ratchet up the absurdity on stage at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. So in between Bobby Bottleservice's tight security, Fabrice Fabrice manning the craft-services table, El Chupacabra on the radio and Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland (John Mulaney) at the bar, Kroll carves out a stand-up routine that includes riffs on the DMV, Michael Jackson, traveling, and cats and dogs. —
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