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What to Watch Weekend 7/19-21: Part Two of Wanda Sykes Presents Herlarious!


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This weekend, catch new episodes of HGTV Star, The Killing, True Blood and Drop Dead Diva; additionally, check out the second part of OWN's special Wanda Sykes Presents Herlarious.

What to Watch: Saturday, July 20

10:00pm: Wanda Sykes Presents Herlarious, OWN (1 hr) NEW

In this two-part special on July 13 and July 20, Wanda and other female comedians appear in a comedy showcase.

What to Watch: Sunday, July 21

8:00pm: HGTV Star, HGTV (1 hr) SEASON FINALE

The eighth season comes to a close when the final three designers must remodel large rooms in a Palm Springs resort, aided by teams comprised of eliminated contestants. Out designer David Bromstad hosts this design challenge reality show.

9:00pm: The Killing, AMC (1 hr) NEW

After informing Bullett that she is not interested in her, Lyric gets back together with Twitch, and they go in search of their ideal future home. Meanwhile, Holder tries to find someone to hold responsible when an alarming piece of information is uncovered.

9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW

Pam, Eric, Jason, Nora and Jessica explore Vamp Camp while Bill and Lilith discuss the war between vampires and humans. Meanwhile, Andy gives his faerie daughters names, Sam ponders what's in store for Emma, and Eric unmasks what TruBlood is hiding.

9:00pm: Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime (1 hr) NEW

A closeted baseball star is charged with murder, and Jane takes on his case. Meanwhile, Kim advises a friend through the legal proceedings of a divorce, Owen's new assistant tries to comfort Grayson, and Teri helps Staci go through prospective donors.


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