Tonight catch the series premiere of Skin Wars, a new competition series hosted by Rebecca Romijn that challenges contestants creativity as they compete in body painting challenges. The series cast includes out competitors Mythica Von Griffyn, a reverend and certified hypnotherapist from Denver, and Nicole Hays, an artist from Florida who also competes in Roller Derby. Don't miss new episodes of Young & Hungry, The Bridge, Million Dollar Listing Miami and Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project.
What to Watch: Wednesday, August 6
8:00pm: Young & Hungry, ABC Family (30 mins) NEW
Elliot and Yolanda go on a juice fast together. Meanwhile, Sofia and Caroline's friendship causes tension as Sofia pretends to date Cooper.
9:00pm: Million Dollar Listing Miami, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Chris works with new clients looking to sell their condo, Sam lists a party pad and Chad deals with a client on a spending spree.
9:00pm: Skin Wars, GSN (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE
Rebecca Romijn hosts this new competition series that challenges contestants creativity as they compete in body painting challenges for a $100,000 grand prize and a spot as the featured guest artist at IMATS, the premiere body painting trade show in New York City. The series cast includes out competitors Mythica Von Griffyn, a reverend and certified hypnotherapist from Denver, and Nicole Hays, an artist from Florida who also competes in Roller Derby.
10:00pm: The Bridge, FX (1 hr) NEW
Frye receives a proposition from the DEA and Marco has a stand off with an old enemy.
10:00pm: Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project, VH1 (1 hr) NEW
Improv skills and musicality are tested at a unique rehearsal space in Los Angeles.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS), The Gossip Table (VH1) and The Chew (ABC). Soap operas Days of Our Lives on NBC and General Hospital on ABC (check local listings for time) both feature out characters.
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