Kevin Hart Hosts as Celeb Couples Battle It Out on "Celebrity Game Face" | E!
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The July 4th weekend is history. But you still have the freedom to watch as much tv as your eyeballs can handle. Here's some new ideas on this post-holiday Monday...


Celebrity Game Face on E!

Kevin Hart is now a gameshow host. He's launching a new celebrity competition show from home. Stars like Sarah Hyland and Joel McHale are taking part in challenges with their spouses. All to raise money for charity. It debuts July 6th on E!.

Life Size Toys on Quibi

Ever wished, as a kid, your toys weren't just tiny playthings, but actual life-size items you could interact with? Yeah, me neither. But apparently someone at Quibi did. This new show is streaming now.

Your Daily Horoscope on Quibi

What do the stars say about your future? Check out this adult animated show to find out. It comes from Executive Producer Will Arnett. It's streaming now on Quibi.

Hello America on Quibi

A British take on America's political problems. What would our founding fathers say? The comedy show is streaming now on Quibi.

Black Ink Crew Chicago on VH1

How do you run a tattoo business during a pandemic? We'll find out when new episodes air, Mondays, on VH1.

Love & Listings on VH1

Move over Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. The team from Love & Listings is making their own mark on the L.A. real estate business. New episodes air Mondays on VH1.

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