Tonight brings us a new episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day and the top 3 are determined on Platinum Hit. On Saturday catch a new Color Splash and a new Staten Island Cakes. And this Sunday watch as Kathy Griffin switches lives with a woman in Atlanta on Same Name plus new episodes of The Glee Project, True Blood, The Real L Word and Entourage.
What to Watch: Friday, July 29
8:00pm: Platinum Hit, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Tonight the contestants work alone for the first time and are challenged to write a pop song that will land them a spot in the top 3. It won't be an easy task with high school students judging their work.
10:00pm: Torchwood: Miracle Day, Starz (1 hr) NEW
Oswald and Jilly find a new enemy. A campaign is started to segregate people who should have died, place them in camps and take away their rights.
What to Watch: Saturday, July 30
9:30pm: Color Splash, HGTV (30 mins) NEW
The Banker's Club of Miami serves as an inspiration for a pair of living and dining rooms.
8:00pm: Staten Island Cakes, WE tv (1 hr) NEW
Vinny is interviewed by a local magazine and makes a cake for its launch party.
What to Watch: Sunday, July 31
9:00pm: Same Name, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Comedienne Kathy Griffin switches lives with a mother from Atlanta. The other Kathy Griffin has to spend the week in Los Angeles with Kathy's gay friends. Will she change her conservative view of the LGBT community?
9:00pm: The Glee Project, Oxygen (1 hr) NEW
This week's challenge is on-screen romance. Alex tries to seduce Damian as the contestants perform Madonna's Like a Virgin.
9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Lafayette and Jesus are still in Mexico looking for magical guidance from Jesus' scary grandfather. Meanwhile in Bon Temps, Sookie is looking for Jason while Arlene and Terry try to put a suspicious fire.
10:00pm: The Real L Word, Showtime (1 hr) NEW
Francine gets ready to come out to her mother while Cori and Kacy make one last attempt to have a baby.
10:30pm: Entourage, HBO (30 mins) NEW
Andrew Dice Clay wants Ari to represent him and Vince's film becomes a TV movie.
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