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Everything that’s coming to CraveTV in August

CraveTV has quite a few titles coming to their service in August, including new episodes of Ray Donovan and all seven seasons of Californication.

Starting August 4th, Season 1-7 of Californication will be coming to CraveTV, which is stars David Duchovny as fast-living novelist Hank Moody who left the literary haunts of New York for the pleasure seeking splendours of L.A.

On August 6th, the 2017 revival of Twin Peaks will stream new episodes at 8 pm ET. Also on the 6th, season 5 of Ray Donovan begins streaming at 9 pm ET.

Begining August 11th, season 3 of Broad City is available to stream, the show is about two twenty-somethings Abbi and Ilana dealing with a whole new slew of everyday challenges and adventures as they live their lives in New York City, including a trip to the DMV, a rat in the apartment, going clubbing, taking on new job responsibilities, visiting Abbi’s dad, and new hookups.

Also on the 11th, season 9B of Tosh.O starts streaming. The fifth and final season of Episodes starring Matt LeBlanc starts streaming on August 20th at 10 pm ET.

Coming August 25th, the Whitney Houston documentary, Can I Be Me, starts streaming and it focuses on her career and the impact her life and death had.

Here’s a complete list of everything coming to CraveTV in August:

August 1st

  • Casual (CraveTV Original) – Season 3 Finale

August 2nd

  • Saving Hope – Series Finale – 9 pm ET

August 4th

  • Californication – Seasons 1-7
  • Lenny Kravitz: Just Let Go
  • Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk?
  • Kingdom – Season 3

August 6th

  • Twin Peaks Part 13 – 8 pm ET
  • I’m Dying Up Here – Season 1, Episode 9 @ 10 pm ET
  • Ray Donovan – Season 5, Episode 1 @ 9 pm ET
  • 19-2 – Season 4, Episode 2 at 9 pm ET

August 11th

  • Aftermath – Season 1
  • Blindspot – Season 2
  • Broad City – Season 3

August 13th

  • Twin Peaks Part 14 – 8 pm ET
  • I’m Dying Up Here – Season 1, Episode 10 (Season Finale) @ 10 pm ET
  • Ray Donovan – Season 5, Episode 2 @ 9 pm ET
  • 19-2 – Season 4, Episode 3 at 9 pm ET

August 18th

  • Tiffany Hadish: She Ready! From the Hood to Hollywood @ 9 pm ET
  • Deadliest Catch – Season 11
  • Lucifer – Season 2

August 20th

  • Twin Peaks Part 15 – 8 pm ET
  • Ray Donovan – Season 5, Episode 3 @ 9 pm ET
  • Episodes – Season 5, Episode 1 @ 10 pm ET
  • Dice – Season 2, Episode 1 @ 10:30 pm ET
  • 19-2 – Season 4, Episode 4 at 9 pm ET

August 25th

  • Whitney. “Can I Be Me” – 9 pm ET
  • Natasha Leggero: Live At Bimbo’s
  • Good Behaviour – Season 1
  • Tosh.O – Season 9B

August 27th

  • Twin Peaks Part 16 – 8 pm ET
  • Ray Donovan – Season 5, Episode 4 @ 9 pm ET
  • Episodes – Season 5, Episode 2 @ 10 pm ET
  • Dice – Season 2, Episode 2 @ 10:30 pm ET
  • 19-2 – Season 4, Episode 5 at 9 pm ET

Last Chance to Watch

  • Deadly Woman – Season 4 – August 11th
  • Flashpoint – Season 5 – August 30th
  • Engraved On A Nation: Playing A Dangerous Game – August 31st
  • Engraved On A Nation: Stone Tower: The Chuck Ealey Story – August 31st
  • Engraved On A Nation: The Greatest Team That Never Won – August 31st
  • Highway Thru Hell, Season 1 – August 31st

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