Primetime TV Spoilers!
No TV worries here this week. Summer may be winding down as we wait for upcoming series' premieres but there is still much Primetime to be enjoyed even during the Democratic National Convention.
While Kane cleans house removing political ties to his past, there is no welcoming committee for him within his own family. "Boss" airs Friday September 7, at 9:00 PM on STARZ.
Covert Affairs: Glass Spider.
Simon returns and a trip to Cuba may prove dangerous. "Covert Affairs" ends on a sad note with death this Tuesday September 4, at 10:00 PM on USA.
The Exes: Pirates of the Care of Eden.
TVLAND airs the Season 2 finale and Eden will take it out with a bang. She’s in labor at a party on a yacht. Phil’s boss will have to deal with the gang because it is one party they don’t want to miss Wednesday September 5, at 10:30 PM.
A Wesen disease is spreading on "Grimm" this week and an infected creature breaks up Monroe and Rosalee’s afternoon tryst Monday September 3, at 10:00 PM on NBC.
Hell on Wheels: The Railroad Job.
While major issues plague the railroad, Cullen deals with his past this Sunday September 9, at 9:00 PM on AMC.
The L.A. Complex: Stay.
Connor hears life-changing news, Raquel can’t take any more and a mysterious stranger shows up to sweep Abby off of her feet Monday September 3, at 8:00 PM on CW.
Leverage: The Broken Wing Job.
Parker has a busy night. After she breaks a leg and sits out the rest of a job she finds a bit of her own trouble when she happens upon another crime on "Leverage" this Sunday September 9, at 9:00 PM on TNT.
Major Crimes: The Ecstasy and the Agony.
"Major Crimes" works a homicide case with the FBI and Provenza gets chatty with a suspect. We at Soaps.com wonder if it is the new con artist played by Michael Weatherly ("NCIS" & "JAG," Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo) Monday September 3, at 9:00 PM on TNT.
After a college student dies on campus, Pierce and Moretti have to find out if a kid under the influence of drugs is responsible somehow. While Pierce searches for answers Moretti thinks about Dr. Hathaway Monday September 3, at 10:00 PM on TNT.