Here’s what’s adult in a universe of TV for Tuesday, Jul 8. All times are Eastern.


Finding Carter (MTV, 10 p.m.): ABC Family now has a marketplace cornered when it comes to a temporary family/identity predicament genre with The Fosters/Switched At Birth. Now MTV is perplexing to get a foothold in that eloquent area with a code new series, Finding Carter. Carter is a teenage lady who discovers a lady she suspicion was her mom is indeed her kidnapper. In a two-hour array premiere Carter (Skins star Kathryn Prescott) is reunited with her biological family. Lost’s Cynthia Watros and Angel’s Alexis Denisof play a relatives from whom she was stolen. Despite those abnormal pedigrees, this array sticks resolutely in a area of realistic—if somewhat contrived—drama. Presumably a saving a vampires, fume monsters, and teen wolves for deteriorate two.


Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 8 p.m.): While MTV is perplexing to crib a style, ABC Family is bustling celebrating a 100th part of a dermatitis module Pretty Little Liars. LaToya Ferguson will record her examination as shortly as she finishes putting 100 candles on a cake to celebrate. 

Orange Is The New Black (Netflix, 10 a.m.): Myles McNutt usually has 3 episodes left before he finally finishes Orange Is The New Black’s second season. This week he gets to a bottom of Big Boo’s “gay agenda.” 


Tyrant (FX, 10 p.m.)

Nathan For You (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.)


The Shield (Classic): The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming! Brandon Nowalk is rushing to find out some-more about a Russian Mob as The Shield’s fourth deteriorate approaches a endpoint. 

The Office (Classic): Erik Adams nears a finish of his Office TV Club Classic coverage with his penultimate examination of a show’s third season. Michael tries to assistance out a ladies of a bureau in “Women’s Appreciation Day” while Pam finally (finally!) gets around to expressing herself in “Beach Games.”


TV Club is sincerely still today, though Assistant TV Club Editor Sonia Saraiya ventures into a universe of books and film with a For Our Consideration on bettering YA fiction for a shade before a finale has even been written. 


Married At First Sight (FIY, 9 p.m.): This violent new existence uncover enlists a sexologist, a spiritualist, a psychologist, and a sociologist to emanate 3 “perfect couples” and afterwards asks a 6 participants to get legally married but ever carrying met before. Based on a Danish format, a array papers a newlywed life of any of a 3 couples and after several weeks ask if they wish to stay together or separate.

Turtleman’s Kentucky (Animal Planet, 10 p.m.): Kentucky woodsman/reality TV celebrity “Turtleman” (aka Ernie Brown Jr.) shows off Kentucky’s wildness and wildlife with his crony Neal. Turtles not guaranteed. 

Inside The Walking Dead: (AMC, 10 p.m.): What’s inside a walking dead? Probably rotting viscera and passed flesh. Will we ever stop holding things so literally? Probably not.

Restaurant Startup (CNBC, 10 p.m.): This new existence array hurdles teams to emanate a debate and business devise for a “specialty food concept.” Foodies with a tip passion for selling should be certain to balance in. 

Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes (FX, 7:30 p.m.): Prepare for this weekend’s premiere of Dawn Of Planet Of The Apes with this 2011 start story. James Franco plays a biotech scientist and Andy Serkis plays a CGI chimp. 

Dance, Girl, Dance (TCM, 8 p.m.): Maureen O’Hara is an determined ballerina and Lucille Ball is a mime dancer in this 1940 film. Sounds like Lucy has some ‘splainin’ to do, indeed.

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: Brazil vs. Germany (multiple networks, 3 p.m.): The initial of a World Cup semifinal games pits Brazil opposite Germany. In unsentimental terms, that means a ideally current forgive to splash either cachaça or schnaps in a center of a work day. 


Teen Wolf: For those who cite their MTV dramas with a bit some-more abnormal flare, LaToya Ferguson would like to remind we that Teen Wolf will always be here for you.