Weekend TV: 'Wet Hot American Summer,' 'Ray Donovan' returns

Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later
Friday, Netflix

One revival wasn’t enough for the counselors and campers of Camp Firewood. Netflix debuted First Day of Camp, a 2015 prequel series to the cult Wet Hot American Summer film in which its 40-something actors returned to play teenagers at the beginning of the camp season. Now they’re getting a sequel set 10 years after the film.  New cast members include Marlo Thomas, Jai Courtney, Dax Shepard, Alyssa Milano, Mark Feuerstein and Adam Scott.

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Ray Donovan
Showtime, Sunday, 9 ET/PT

Liev Schreiber returns as the fix-it man, who returns his attention to Hollywood and his firm in Season 5. The series adds Susan Sarandon for a season-long arc as Samantha Winslow, a media mogul who pits Ray against her own fixers, worrying that they may know too much. (Donovan‘s return means Twin Peaks moves up an hour, to 8 ET/PT.)

The Strain
FX, Sunday, 10 ET/PT

Circumstances are getting dire in the horror series, which jumped forward nine months for its fourth and final season to a dystopian future where the strigoi have taken power. This week, Dutch (Ruta Gedmintas) has to make a deal with Desai (Cas Anvar) while she makes a plan to escape the srtigoi’s breeding facility. Ephraim  (Corey Stoll) and Alex (Angel Parker) investigate the dark secrets Partnership’s new plan may be covering. And Gus (Miguel Gomez) and Creem (Jamie Hector) battle for their turf.

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