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Hot on the heels of Showtime’s announcement of Dexter and Homeland’s fall premiere dates comes a similar announcement for Showtime’s comedy series, Weeds and Episodes. It’s kind of weird we’re only just now hearing when they will premiere their seasons considering they air in the summer, months before either Dexter or Homeland. You’d think they’d tell us the summer shows before the fall ones, but then again this is the same network that is airing another season of Weeds.
As reported by TVLine, Weeds will begin airing its 13-episode eighth season Sunday, July 1st. I haven’t bothered to hide my overall dislike for the direction Weeds has gone in recent years and I’m not about to start sugar coating my opinions. Weeds should have ended a long time ago, but Showtime keeps bringing it out. Obviously its still getting viewers, but I am not one of them. Clearly there are still people out there who enjoy watching the show, and in a way I’m happy they get to watch another season of Weeds, but I will be secretly praying for its cancellation.
Season 2 of Episodes will begin airing that same Sunday night, with nine new episodes featuring Matt LeBlanc’s caricature of himself. The new season will pick up four months after the Season 1 finale and will show Sean and Beverly no longer living together. The show within a show, Pucks!, has gotten a full series order and suddenly the pressures on when the ratings begin to drop.