Freeform’s New Lineup of TV and Movies for August 2017

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Freeform, Disney’s young adult television and streaming network, will air the season finales of the fan-favorite original dramas “Shadowhunters” and “Stitchers.” The network will also continue to debut weekly new episodes of the breakout new series “The Bold Type” and critically acclaimed “The Fosters.”

Additional programming arriving to Freeform this month includes the network television premiere of the 2015 comedy “The Duff” starring Bella Thorne and Mae Whitman; Hugh Jackman-starrer “X-Men”; “The Break-Up” starring Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn, and much more. Freeform is also adding episodes of hit sitcoms “Gilmore Girls,” “The Mindy Project,” “Last Man Standing” and “Reba.”

Below is a complete list of what’s new on Freeform, beginning August 1.

FREEFORM ORIGINALS (also available to stream via the Freeform app for connected TV, mobile devices and online):

“Shadowhunters” Season 2B – Mondays through August 14, 2017

August 7 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 2019 – “Hail and Farewell”

After centuries of being lied to and treated poorly by The Clave, the Downworlders decide to come together and take matters into their own hands as the hunt for Valentine and Sebastian intensifies. But what starts off as a way to preserve their own, the Downworlders choice to break with the Shadowhunters, could quickly escalate to war.

August 14 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 2020 – Summer Finale – “Beside Still Water”

Jace and Clary rush to make a final stand, but when a traitor is revealed, Jace and Clary may have a bigger fight on their hands than expected. Meanwhile, Alec and Izzy must fight off a large mass of demons that have unexpectedly shown up, as Luke and Simon head to the Seelie Court to deal with some unfinished business with the Seelie Queen.

“Stitchers” Season 3 – Mondays through August 14, 2017

August 7 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 3009 – “Kill It Forward”

A series of murders, including a professional volleyball player, lead the Stitchers team searching the darkest corners of the Internet. Meanwhile, Kirsten gives Maggie an ultimatum. (Guest starring Elaine Hendrix; directed by Salli Richardson-Whitfield)

August 14 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 3010 – Summer Finale – “Maternis”

In the summer finale, all your burning questions will be answered when Kirsten’s father Daniel Stinger (guest star C. Thomas Howell) shows up and Kirsten must perform the most important stitch of her life.

“The Fosters” Season 5A – Tuesdays through September 5, 2017

August 1 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 5004 – “Too Fast, Too Furious”

Callie and Aaron discuss taking their relationship to the next level. Mariana finds fulfillment training with the Latina derby team. Brandon’s new girlfriend Grace catches him playing hero to his ex-girlfriend Courtney.

August 8 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 5005 – “Telling”

The Fosters kids attend a party at the Derby warehouse, but things escalate quickly when the cops show up. Lena struggles when Stef starts to become obsessed with an ongoing case at work, meanwhile Brandon’s relationship with Grace is put into jeopardy with Courtney back in his life.

August 15 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 5006 – “Welcome to the Jungler

Callie is torn with turning over a new leaf or supporting a cause that means a lot to her, while Jude and Taylor begin making gaming videos that earn them unwanted notoriety. Stef makes major headway in her case.

August 22 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 5007 – “Chasing Waterfalls”

Lena’s parents are back in town for a visit, while Callie and Aaron get closer than ever before. Mariana tries to get closer to Logan, but it backfires when his girlfriend catches wind of it.

August 29 (8:00 – 9:01 p.m. EDT) – Episode 5008 – “Engaged”

Brandon throws a party which turns south when secrets are revealed. Mariana and Jude try to convince the students to vote against their school going private.

 “The Bold Type” Season 1 – Tuesdays through September 5, 2017

August 1 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 1005 – “No Feminism in the Champagne Room”

Jane is stunned when the subject of her latest article, a woman who left a finance job to become an exotic dancer, threatens to sue Scarlet – and Jane. Sutton is excited when she thinks she’s making a step forward in her career. Kat questions whether she is ready for a real relationship with anyone, especially in light of recent events with Adena.

August 8 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 1006 – “The Breast Issue”

In promoting Scarlet’s breast health awareness campaign, Kat tries to be bold with her message, but is left wondering whether her competitive nature is hurting her cause. Jane confronts past issues and current anxieties when she is tasked with writing a controversial piece about BRCA gene testing. Sutton is determined to excel at her tasks at hand, but when things fall apart, it’s Alex who rushes to her rescue.

August 15 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 1007 – “Three Girls In A Tub”

Richard is determined to get to know Sutton’s friends outside of the office and invites the girls to dinner, but things don’t quite go as planned. Sutton attempts to network with a new social circle by attending a high tea. While on a date with someone else, Jane comes to a realization about Pinstripe; and Jacqueline is forced to intervene when Kat’s new staffer keeps damaging Scarlet’s social media presence.

August 22 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 1008 – “The End of the Beginning”

As rumors of layoffs at Scarlet sweep through the office leaving everyone unsettled, Jane learns of a potential opportunity at a rival publication. Sutton is given a big opportunity when a coworker buckles under pressure. Kat is tasked with organizing a “Readers Night” for Scarlet, but is distracted by thoughts of Adena – leading to a big decision.  And Jane talks Sutton and Kat into joining her on a dating app.

August 29 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) – Episode 1009 – “Before Tequila Sunrise”

Jane, Sutton, Alex, Pinstripe and Jacqueline are all trapped in the Scarlet offices due to a massive traffic jam. Forced to spend time together, Jane reexamines her feelings for Pinstripe. Sutton makes a surprising move.  And when she learns Adena is leaving New York, Kat makes an impulsive decision.


“A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits” (beginning August 15)

“Another Cinderella Story” (beginning August 19)

“The Break-Up” (beginning August 29)

“Crazy Stupid Love” (beginning August 25)

“Dirty Dancing” (beginning August 1)

“The Duff” (beginning August 28)

“Earth to Echo” (beginning August 18)

“Gilmore Girls”

  • Available August 11

“You’ve Been Gilmored” (S6, E14)

“A Vineyard Valentine” (S6, E15)

“Bridesmaids Revisited” (S6, E16)

“I’m OK, You’re OK” (S6, E17)

“The Real Paul Anka” (S6, E18)

  • Available August 25

“I Get A Sidekick Out of You” (S6, E19)

“Super Cool Party People” (S6, E20)

“Driving Miss Gilmore” (S6, E21)

“Partings” (S6, E22)

“The Long Morrow” (S7, E1)

“Gridiron Gang” (beginning August 17)

“If I Stay” (beginning August 1)

“Last Man Standing”

  • Available August 7

“Last Christmas Standing” (S1, E10)

“The Passion of the Mandy” (S1, E11)

“Moon Over Kenya” (S1, E12)

“Take Your Daughter to Work” (S1, E13)

“Odd Couple Out” (S1, E14)

“House of Spirits” (S1, E15)

“Tree of Strife” (S1, E16)

“Adrenaline” (S1, E17)

“Baxter & Sons” (S1, E18)

“Ding Dong Ditch” (S1, E19)

“Animal Wrongs” (S1, E20)

  • Available August 21

“Wherefore Art Thou, Mike Baxter” (S1, E21)

“This Bud’s For You” (S1, E22)

“The Spotlight” (S1, E23)

“Found Money” (S1, E24)

“Voting” (S2, E1)

“Dodgeball Club” (S2, E2)

“High Expectations” (S2, E3)

“Ed’s Twice Ex-Wife” (S2, E4)

“Mother Fracker” (S2, E5)

“Little Rascals” (beginning August 7)

“Love and Basketball” (beginning August 17)

“The Middle”

  • Available August 11

“Siblings” (S1, E9)

“Christmas” (S1, E10)

“The Jeans” (S1, E11)

“The Neighbor” (S1, E12)

“The Interview” (S1, E13)

“The Yelling” (S1, E14)

“Valentine’s Day” (S1, E15)

“The Bee” (S1, E16)

“The Break Up” (S1, E17)

“The Fun House” (S1, E18)

  • Available August 25

“The Final Four” (S1, E19)

“TV or Not TV” (S1, E20)

“Worry Duty” (S1, E21)

“Mother’s Day” (S1, E22)

“Signals” (S1, E23)

“Average Rules” (S1, E24)

“Back to School” (S2, E1)

“Homecoming” (S2, E2)

“The Diaper Incident” (S2, E3)

“Thanksgiving II” (S2, E9)

“The Mindy Project”

  • Available August 11

“Two to One” (S1, E8)

“Josh and Mindy’s Christmas Party” (S1, E9)

“Mindy’s Brother” (S1, E10)

“Bunk Bed” (S1, E11)

“Hooking Up Is Hard” (S1, E12)

  • Available August 25

“Harry & Sally” (S1, E13)

“Harry & Mindy” (S1, E14)

“Mindy’s Minute” (S1, E15)

“The One That Got Away” (S1 E16)

“Mindy’s Birthday” (S1, E17)

“Mirror Mirror” (beginning August 1)

“Not Another Teen Movie” (beginning August 1)

“Prince & Me” (beginning August 3)


  • Available August 7

“Have Your Cake” (S5, E7)

“Grannies Gone Wild” (S5, E8)

“Invasion” (S5, E9)

“Issues” (S5, E10)

“Brock’s Got Stones” (S5, E11)

“Parenting with Puppets” (S5, E12)

“Don’t Mess with Taxes” (S5, E13)

“The Goodbye Guy” (S5, E14)

“Money Blues” (S5, E15)

“The Trouble with Dr. Hunky” (S5, E16)

“Reba the Landlord” (S5, E17)

  • Available August 21

“The Blond Leading the Blind” (S5, E18)

“Here We Go Again” (S5, E19)

“Red Alert” (S5, E20)

“Two Weddings and a Funeral” (S5, E21)

“Reba’s Heart” (S5, E22)

“Let’s Get Physical” (S6, E1)

“Just Business” (S6, E2)

“Trading Spaces” (S6, E3)

“Roll With It” (S6, E4)

“Uncle Buck” (beginning August 25)

“The Wedding Date” (beginning August 23)

“What a Girl Wants” (beginning August 18)

“Willy Wonka” (beginning August 6)

New Movie Premieres Available on Linear:

August 11 – “X-Men” (2000) (6:00 – 8:30 p.m. EDT)

August 15 – “Juno” (6:00 – 8:00 p.m. EDT)

August 16 – “Gridiron Gang” (1:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT)

August 27 – “The Duff” (9:30 – 12:00 a.m. EDT)

August 28 – “The Break-Up” (8:30 – 11:00 p.m. EDT)