Week In Sloth

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Thursday 1

“Holy Hell” (CNN 7pm) Filmmaker Will Allen documents the time he spent inside the Los Angeles spirtual group/creepy cult, the Buddhafield.

“Tracks” (Spike 8:30pm) “Name That Tune” gets an uncredited update with contestants trying to identify song titles by listening to musical tracks.

Friday 2

“Imaginary Friend” (KOB-4 1:08am) Alex Newell—who was a runner-up on “The Glee Project,” but went on to appear as trangender student Unique Adams on “Glee” anyway—stars as the imaginary friend to an unmotivated woman leading a mediocre life. This late-night show is a product of NBC’s online-based contest “NBC Playground.”

“Abandoned” (Viceland 7pm) Vice travels the world looking for abandoned industrial setting like empty factories, crumbling shopping malls and ghost towns.

Saturday 3

“Sunset PPPL” (KOB-4 1:19am) In this sitcom a group of five millennial roommates wrestle with their own concepts of personal and professional success. This is also a product of “NBC Playground,” an attempt to lure internet-leaning, digital-content-loving young people to regular old broadcast television.

“Tom Felton Meets the Superfans” (Freeform 10:30pm) Young actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter films) bravely hooks up with his most diehard fans to find out what’s their freakin’ deal.

Sunday 4

“The ABC Fall Preview Show” (KOAT-7 9pm) Should you watch ABC’s new fall lineup? Hosts Anthony Anderson, Randall Park, Katy Mixon and Piper Perabo think so.

Monday 5

Stalked By My Doctor: The Return (Lifetime 6pm) Lifetime is now making sequels to its suburban paranoia thrillers. Here, poor Eric Roberts returns as a creepy doctor with some serious boundary issues.

Harley and the Davidsons (Discovery 7pm) This three-part docu-drama miniseries chronicles the efforts of Bill Harley and brothers Walter and Arthur Davidson to found the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer back in 1903.

“15 Septembers Later” (History 7pm) Good news, pickup truck drivers: History Channel has read your bumper sticker and has not forgotten 9/11.

“The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe” (TV Land/Comedy Central 8pm/11pm) Well, this ought to be a clean, tasteful, wholesome affair.

“Loosely, Exactly Nicole” (MTV 11:30pm) Comedienne Nicole Byer stars in this scripted comedy series loosely based on her own life (as, it seems, are all stand-up comedy star-based sitcoms).

Tuesday 6

“StartUp” (Crackle Streaming anytime) Martin Freeman (“Sherlock”) and Adam Brody ( The O.C.”) star in this sex- and violence-filled drama about a Miami startup company.

“From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” (El Rey 7pm) Season 3 of the crime/horror movie spin-off (now shot right here in New Mexico) gets underway with more vampire-on-bank-robber violence.

Wednesday 7

“The Incredible Food Race” (Discovery Family Channel 7pm) Families compete in goofy, food-based obstacle course events before squaring off against one another in a cooking competition. Because … ideas.
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