Showtime has slotted summer premiere dates for its hit series Ray Donovan and Episodes, along the two-part finale for Twin Peaks, the anticipated follow-up to David Lynch’s cult ABC series.

Season 5 of Ray Donovan will premiere at 9 PM Sunday, August 6. Also beginning that Sunday, Twin Peaks will move to the 8 PM slot from its previous 9 PM. The Twin Peaks finale will air with two back-to-back parts from 8-10 PM Sunday, September 3.

Episodes will premiere its fifth and final season at 10 PM Sunday, August 20. The season opener also will have a world-premiere screening at the Tribeca Film Festival this Sunday, followed by a Q&A panel with creators David Crane, Jeffrey Klarik and Matt LeBlanc, who plays himself on the series.

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At the start of Episodes‘ final season, several months have passed and the game show is now a runaway hit. Unfortunately for Matt, this means he is now only thought of as a game show host, his years as an actor completely forgotten. Sean (Stephen Mangan) and Beverly (Tamsin Greig) are equally miserable. Sean’s loathsome ex-partner (Bruce Mackinnon) is now in charge of their new show, The Opposite of Us, and Sean and Beverly must endure his utter lack of humor or talent as they watch him slowly destroy their show.

The new season of Ray Donovan finds Ray (Liev Schreiber) turning his attention back to Hollywood and his celebrity fixer firm. Meanwhile, his dad Mickey (Jon Voight) is overjoyed to be welcomed into Ray’s home at last and swears to finally mend his criminal ways.

Check out new teasers below for Episodes and Twin Peaks: