Together in this dark comedy: Jack Black, Tim Robbins, Pablo Schreiber, Aasif Mandvi.
"The Spoils Before Dying" (July 8-10, IFC): The three-part spoof from the ? folks finds bloviating filmmaker Eric Jonrosh (Will Ferrell) putting out the film of the title, a genre mashup of 1950s cinema including French New Wave.
It's the first of ABC Family's five summer reality shows.
Odd Mom Out (June 8 at 10, Bravo) After scoring with its scripted hour "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce," the reality-reliant cabler tries comedy: Author Jill Kargman navigates the uppity Upper East Side. (June 11 at 9, CNN) First of eight docuseries films: "Television Gets Real," with "All in the Family," "Saturday Night Live," "Roots." ("The Sixties" encores May 31 starting at 8.
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I.'s Chris Jericho and, playing the POTUS, Mark Cuban. 25 at 10 p.m., TNT): Terry Muldoon (Edward Burns) and his partner, Charlie Bullman (Michael Rapaport), are vice squad cops on Manhattan's West Side during the 1960s. 26, NBC): This is one crazy-paced show, and one smartly crafted comedy.) who have taught us that when you have the right partner, all sorts of daunting challenges are surmountable.The N, the nighttime network for tweens and teens, will commence production on Best Friend's Date, the first reality dating series exclusively for teens.(June 6 at 9, Discovery) Because there's never enough David Attenborough, the eminent naturalist narrates the BBC's latest epic, tracing the survival treks of diverse creatures. Power (June 6 at 9, Starz) In Season 2, this strong drama of NYC underworld ambition boosts the role of producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, as his character departs prison to confront Omari Hardwick's going-straight nightclub entrepreneur.Becoming Us (June 8 at 9, ABC Family) Beating Bruce Jenner's July series to air is this unscripted study of a dad who's becoming a woman, as seen by his teen son.
This story of the Irishry of Hell's Kitchen can be dark and grimy, with dialogue that often engages the ear, and sometimes the brain. Whether debating world affairs or family baggage, it's engagingly scrappy, plunging into conversational deep ends, with razor-sharp timing.