Don't spend the end of summer on some depressing beach. Scroll through our handy gallery of shows you still have time to watch before the fall TV season.
Monday, June 6"Devious Maids" (Lifetime) at 9 p.m./8c
Season 4 of the Eva Longoria
-produced series will see the Beverly Hills maids returning for more down and dirty hijinks.
Monday, June 6"Angie Tribeca" (TBS) at 9 p.m./8cRashida Jones
returns to solve more crimes for the Really Heinous Crimes Unit in Season 2 of this cop drama spoof.
Monday, June 6"Rizzoli & Isles" (TNT) at 9 p.m./8cAngie Harmon
and Sasha Alexander
will play the indefatigable cop/doctor team for the last time when the seventh and final season begins.
Monday, June 6"UnReal" (Lifetime) at 10 p.m./9cReality TV has never been more real in Season 2 of this scripted series about the behind the scenes world of a "Bachelor" type dating show.
Tuesday, June 7"Casual" (Hulu)Season 2 of the Hulu dramedy will explore more deep topics like family, love, and sex in dark, but funny, ways.
Saturday, June 11 "Hell on Wheels" (AMC) at 9 p.m./8cThe last seven episodes of the fifth and final season of this Wild West series promises to be one hell of a ride.
Saturday, June 11"The American West"(AMC) at 10 p.m./9cCheck out a different slice of American history with this event series that explores the lives of famous frontier figures like Wyatt Earp, Sitting Bull and Billy the Kid.
Sunday, June 12"The Last Ship" (TNT) at 9 p.m./8cWith a cure for the virus in their possession, the crew of the Nathan James must now focus on rebuilding society
Monday, June 13"BrainDead" (CBS) at 10 p.m./9cMary Elizabeth-Winstead leads this drama about a Capitol Hill staffer who learns that Congress has been taken over by brain-eating aliens.
Monday, June 13"Major Crimes" (TNT) at 10 p.m/9cSeason 5 of the "Closer" spinoff will pick up with the Major Crimes Squad tracking down the most high-profile criminals in L.A.
Tuesday, June 14"Uncle Buck" (ABC) at 9 p.m./8cMike Epps
stars in this sitcom based on the classic 1989 John Candy
film about a perpetual slacker who agrees to care for his brother's kids.
Tuesday, June 14"Wrecked" (TBS) at 10 p.m./9cThis new comedy series tries to find the lighter side of surviving a plane crash and ending up on a desert island.
Tuesday, June 14"To Tell the Truth" (ABC) at 10 p.m./9cAnthony Anderson
will host a game show revival in which a panel of celebrities try to determine the true identity of the contestants.
Wednesday, June 15"Another Period" (Comedy Central) at 10 p.m./9c
Any "Downton Abbey" fans with a taste for comedy should check out this series from creators Natasha Leggero
and Riki Lindhome
Thursday, June 16"Aquarius" (NBC) at 9 p.m./8cDavid Duchovny
returns for Season 2 of period crime drama about a detective who goes undercover with infamous the Manson Family.
Friday, June 17"Orange Is the New Black" (Netflix) at 12:01 a.m.Get locked up again with Season 4 of this popular Netflix show that explores the colorful lives of the women being held at Litchfield Penitentiary.
Sunday, June 19"The Jim Gaffigan Show" (TV Land) at 10 p.m./9c
Season 2 of Jim Gaffigan
's comedy series sees the comedian still trying to balance his family life with his career.
Sunday, June 19"Murder in the First" (TNT) at 10 p.m./9cTaye Diggs
and Kathleen Robertson return for Season 3 as Dets. English and Mulligan from veteran producer Steven Bochco.
Monday, June 20"The Fosters" (Freeform) at 8 p.m./7cThe atypical Foster family comes back for Season 4 to continue their exploration of what it means to be a family in the modern age.
Monday, June 20"Odd Mom Out" (Bravo) at 10 p.m./9cSeason 2 of this comedy will see star Jill Kargman fighting against the matronly monarchy that rules over New York's Upper East Side.
Tuesday, June 21"Pretty Little Liars" (Freeform) at 8 p.m./7cGet ready for more mayhem and makeup in Season 7 of this series based on the novels by Sara Shepherd.
Tuesday, June 21"The Haves and the Have Nots" (OWN) at 10 p.m/9c
Season 4 of Tyler Perry
's drama series will continue to explore the contrast and conflict in the lives of the wealthy Cryer and Harrington families and the poor Young family
Tuesday, June 21"Queen of the South" (USA) at 10 p.m/9cAlicia Braga leads this USA original about a Mexican woman who flees across the border after her drug dealer boyfriend is killed.
Tuesday, June 21"Greenleaf" (OWN) at 10 p.m./9c
Family and faith collide in Oprah Winfrey
's new drama about the life inside a family that runs a Memphis megachurch.
Wednesday, June 22"Big Brother" (CBS) at 8 p.m./7cJulie Chen welcomes a new group of bickering housemates for Season 18 of this popular reality series.
Wednesday, June 22"American Gothic" (CBS) at 10 p.m./9cSteven Spielberg
and James Frey
produce this drama about a prominent Boston family that is attempting to redefine itself in the wake of a discovery that links their recently deceased patriarch to a string of murders spanning decades.
Sunday, June 26"Celebrity Family Feud" (ABC) at 8 p.m/7cSteve Harvey
hosts this version of the syndicated game show in which celebrities try to win money for charity.
Sunday, June 26"The $100,000 Pyramid" (ABC) at 9 p.m/8c
Former "Live" co-host Michael Strahan
will helm the revival of this game show in which contestants team up with celebrities for word-association games.
Sunday, June 26"Match Game" (ABC) at 10 p.m/9cAlec Baldwin
will host the revival of this seminal dating game show.
Tuesday, June 28"Dead of Summer" (Freeform) at 9 p.m./8c
"Once Upon a Time" creators Adam Horowitz
and Edward Kitsis along with Ian Goldberg are leading this series about the dark forces at work at a summer camp in the 1980s.
Tuesday, June 28"Zoo" (CBS) at 9 p.m/8cSeason 2 of this hit summer series will see animals continue to strike back against humanity for years of abuse and imprisonment.
Thursday, June 30"Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll" (FX) at 10 p.m./9cDenis Leary
puts on his leather pants once again for Season 2 of this comedy about a has-been rock star looking to reclaim his former glory.
Friday, July 1"Marco Polo" (Netflix) at 12:01 a.m.Lorenzo Richelmy will again play the famed explorer in Season 2 as he navigates the treacherous waters of Kublai Khan's court.
Friday, July 1"Killjoys" (Syfy) at 9 p.m./8cThe bounty hunting heroes of this sci-fi series are back for Season 2 for more out of this world action.
Friday, July 1"Dark Matter" (Syfy) at 10 p.m./9cSeason 2 finds the Raza crew still piecing their pasts together while outwitting untold dangers across the galaxy.
Wednesday, July 6"Tyrant" (FX) at 10 p.m/9cAdam Rayner returns as Bassam "Barry" Al-Fayeed, the son of a Middle Eastern dictator who struggles with whether or not to enter the family business.
Sunday, July 10"The Night Of" (HBO) at 9 p.m./8cJohn Turturro
stars in this miniseries about a murder in New York City, which spirals into a larger examination of the criminal justice system.
Monday, July 11"Whose Line Is It Anyway?"(The CW) at 9 p.m./8cSeason 4 will bring more improv craziness as the "Whose Line" gang makes it up as they go along with a little help from the audience.
Monday, July 11"Penn & Teller: Fool Us" at 8 p.m/7cSeason 3 will see the world-renowned magicians trying to shepherd the younger generation of prestidigitators in this reality competition series.
Tuesday, July 12"Difficult People" (Hulu)Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner play fictionalized versions of themselves once again in Season 2 of this comedy about two jaded New York comedians.
Wednesday, July 13"Suits" (USA) at 9 p.m./8cIn Season 6, Pearson Specter Litt will have to rebuild after all their employees jumped ship at the end of last season.
Friday, July 15"Stranger Things" (Netflix) at 12:01 a.m.Winona Ryder
stars as a mother whose child disappears without a trace, and she must confront evil forces to get him back.
Sunday, July 17"Power" (Starz) at 9 p.m./8cOmari Hardwick
returns as drug kingpin/entrepreneur "Ghost" for Season 3 of this crime drama, which co-stars and is produced by 50 Cent
Sunday, July 17"Ballers" (HBO) at 10 p.m/9cDwayne "The Rock" Johnson is back for Season 2 of the comedy series in which he plays a former NFL player turned manager trying to keep his pro athlete clients on the straight and narrow.
Sunday, July 17"Vice Principals" (HBO) at 10:30 p.m./9:30cDanny McBride
and Walton Goggins
play rival high school vice principals in this new comedy series.
Tuesday, July 19"Shooter" (USA) at 10 p.m./9cRyan Phillippe
takes over for Mark Wahlberg
in this small screen adaption of the movie about an ace sniper who is framed for an assassination.
Friday, July 22"BoJack Horseman" (Netflix) at 12:01 a.m.Will Arnett
again lends his voice to Season 3 of this animated series about a once-great horse actor trying to get back on top of Hollywood.
Friday, July 22"Degrassi" (Netflix) at 12:01 a.m.Netflix is reviving this popular Canadian teen melodrama for the fifth series in the long-running franchise
Sunday, July 24"Survivor's Remorse" (Starz) at 10 p.m/9c
In Season 3 of this comedy from producer LeBron James
, Cam Calloway (Jessie T. Usher) lives the high life of a pro basketball player with his crazy family along for the ride.
Friday, August 12"The Get Down" (Netflix) at 12:01 a.m.
In this funky musical original from Baz Luhrmann
and Shawn Ryan
, a group of kids tries to navigate the streets of New York during the 1970s.
Monday, August 22"Cheer Squad" (Freeform) at 10 p.m./9cThis original reality series follows the trials and tribulations of champion cheerleading team The Great White Sharks.
Sunday, August 28"The Strain" (FX) at 10 p.m/9cSeason 3 picks up with a bloody vengeance as the human survivors of a vampiric virus battle for their lives.
Wednesday, August 31"You're the Worst" (FX) at 10 p.m./9cThis dark comedy explored the effects of clinical depression last season, and Season 3 will no doubt go in even crazier and more powerful directions.