Summer is all about long sunny days and warm, lighter nights. It’s when time seems to slow down ever so slightly – presenting the perfect opportunity to catch up on some new and favourite television shows. Here are some of the latest shows worth checking out this season.
Paramount Network, 9pm, starts 10 July
Suits is an exciting American legal drama. You may know it as the show that stars Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. If you’ve never seen it, now is the perfect time to get started. It follows the story of hotshot lawyer, Harvey Specter, who takes a gamble by hiring Mike Ross, a college drop-out with no law degree.
The newly launched Paramount Network will be broadcasting the seventh series this July. It’s the first time this season will be shown on Freeview.
5USA, 10pm, starts 9 July
Love police dramas? Love fantasy television? Well, now the two are combined in Grimm. The story is based around Nick Burkhardt, a Portland homicide detective who discovers he is a descendant from a line of guardians known as Grimms and in possession of supernatural powers. Watch him fight the bad guys in ways human cops could only imagine.
The Grill Dads
Food Network, 8pm, starts 21 July
We are well and truly in barbecue season right now, so why not get in on the TV grill action? Mark Anderson and Ryan Fey are best friends who take their love of all things grilled and fried on the road. Neither of them have formal culinary experience, meaning the show is all about down to earth, family-friendly cooking.
Naturally, this foodie show will be shown on the Food Network.
Really, 10pm, Tuesdays throughout July
It might be sunny outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t entertain a bit of darkness. Hollywood Homicide explores the crime and real-life drama behind a series of celebrity homicides. Each episode reveals key information clues about the murder and delivers dramatic re-creations that show us what happened.
Catch the series on Really, Freeview’s leading lifestyle TV channel.
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