Grilling, Netflix, and more summer fun for this weekend

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Grilling, Netflix, and more summer fun for this weekend

1. As summer winds down, it's the perfect time to get the most out of your grill and try out some new summer barbecue recipes! Check out Kitchen Daily's list of 20 Things You Didn't Know You Could Grill.

2. Michael Bay uses his blockbuster expertise and a star-powered cast to reboot the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series. Megan Fox and Will Arnett star in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which hits theaters this weekend!

3. Watch Spice World (1998), one of Netflix's newest August additions, as you daydream about shopping Victoria Beckham's upcoming online closet sale on

4. If you need to escape the heat, try a marathon Netflix session. Check out the two-part Nymphomaniac - a project so long that the director, Lars von Trier, decided to release it in two volumes. Both volumes are available on Netflix as of August 7.

5. Summer calls for fun in the sun, whether that's a day at the beach or an afternoon at the golf course. Check out StyleList's home remedies for after-sun treatments.

6. Check out some new TV series. HBO premieres a new original series, Jonah from Tonga, this Friday at 10pm. The controversial comedy stars Chris Lilley, who you may remember from Private School Girl and Summer Heights High. Please Like Me (Pivot) starring Josh Thomas also premieres on August 8th. Outlander is a new series from Starz which premieres August 9th.

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Grilling, Netflix, and more summer fun for this weekend

2. "Reckless" (June 29, CBS): Soap is sudsing in the courtroom, with a sexy female litigator from Chicago (Anna Wood) and a good ol' boy attorney (Cam Gigandet) butting heads and locking lips as a police scandal unfolds in steamy Charleston, South Carolina.

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3. "Leftovers" (June 29, HBO): It's three years after the instant, bewildering disappearance of 2 percent of the world's population. In one particular Northeast town, the remaining residents try to find rhyme or reason to the tragedy while they struggle with their grief and rage. The latest project of "Lost" auteur Damon Lindelof, this stark drama is sure to spark questions, arguments and a following.

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4. "Under the Dome" (June 30, CBS): Last summer this goofy thriller proved viewers would flock to a broadcast-network drama in the summer. Now life-under-glass resumes for a second season in Chester's Mill, Maine, where there's no place like dome.

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5. "Extant" (July 9, CBS): This much-awaited miniseries stars Halle Berry as an astronaut returning from a yearlong solo space mission who discovers that, while in outer space, she was somehow impregnated. How to explain it - especially to her husband waiting patiently back home?

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6. "Welcome to Sweden" (July 10, NBC): Amy Poehler's brother stars in this sweet comedy about a New York money manager who agrees to give up his career and move with his lady love to her Swedish homeland and start a new life. Needless to say, culture clashes and quirky characters abound. Josephine Bornebusch co-stars as his Swedish squeeze. It's based on the real life of Greg Poehler, who also serves as executive producer with his sis.

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7. "The Strain" (July 13, FX): Filmmaker-author Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse ("Lost") have teamed up for this vampire thriller that begins when a mysterious viral outbreak spreads to New York. Corey Stoll ("House of Cards") stars as the head of a Centers for Disease Control task force battling this global threat.

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9. "The Divide" (July 16, WE tv): The network's first scripted series, it's an impressive start. Marin Ireland plays a caseworker with the Innocent Initiative who reopens the case of a death-row inmate she believes was wrongly convicted a decade before. The premise may sound predictable, but it wastes no time taking unexpected twists. There's a terrific cast and - fun fact - one of the producers is "Scandal" star Tony Goldwyn.

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