Grab The Remote, Here's What To Watch! | Celebrity Page

There was a time when July was just filled with reruns. But that was long before streaming services and 10,000 cable channels. Now there's new content dropping every day. Here's some that caught our eye...

Hotel Paranormal on Travel Channel

Travel Channel

He ain't afraid of no ghosts! The one and only Dan Aykroyd hosts Hotel Paranormal on Travel Channel starting Saturday July 11th.

Stateless on Netflix

Cate Blanchett comes to Netflix! The 2-time Oscar winner co-creating and co-starring in this powerful limited series about the way immigrants are treated in her native Australia. With a cast that includes Yvonne Strahovski (The Handmaid's Tale) and Dominic West, the story is relevant around the world. It's streaming now on Netflix.

Tough As Nails on CBS

Phil Keoghan takes a break from The Amazing Race to host a new reality competition show, putting hard-working Americans to the test. Catch it Wednesdays on CBS.

Dirty Jobs: Rowe'd Trip on Discovery

Mike Rowe just can't get enough of those Dirty Jobs. Now he's got the gang back together for a new road trip. We can all go along for the ride, Tuesdays on Discovery.

Counting On on TLC

If you love babies and reality shows...this is probably the series for you. Catch new episodes Tuesdays on TLC.

Say Yes To The Dress on TLC

Weddings, dresses and fittings...oh my! New episodes return July 11th to TLC.

Life in Lockdown on Animal Planet

The Irwins are taking us behind the gates of the temporarily closed Australia Zoo for a special episode of Crikey! It's The Irwins. Check it out, July 11th on Animal Planet.

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