LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) -- In recent years the summer months have evolved from being a dumping ground for dead projects and unaired episodes (don't worry there's still plenty of that to go around), as with the success of everything from "Survivor" to "The O.C." during the period, the networks have begun to take the June to August stretch much more seriously.
So in an effort to help navigate the increasingly complicated summer waters, we've compiled a list of everything you can expect to see during the period: from comedies to dramas to reality series to original movies and mini-series.
With that in mind, here's a breakdown of all the unscripted projects set to launch this summer (all descriptions are taken from each network's respective press materials where available):
QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY: SEASON TWO (Bravo)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 1 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
They call themselves the Fab Five. They are: An interior designer, a fashion stylist, a chef, a beauty guru and someone we like to call the �concierge of cool� - who is responsible for all things hip, including music and pop culture. All five are talented, they�re gay and they�re determined to clue in the cluttered, clumsy straight men of the world. With help from family and friends, the Fab Five treat each new guy as a head-to-toe project. Soon, the straight man is educated on everything from hair products to Prada and Feng Shui to foreign films. At the end of every fashion-packed, fun-filled lifestyle makeover, a freshly scrubbed, newly enlightened guy emerges - complete with that �new man� smell!
THE ULTIMATE LOVE TEST (ABC)
Premieres: Wednesday, June 2 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
This compelling new reality series follows four couples on the most dramatic, emotional journey of their lives. After years of dating, each couple has found themselves at a crossroads in their relationship. They're fully committed, but a hint of doubt still lingers�is this the right person? Are they ready for marriage? Is love enough? The Ultimate Love Test gives each couple the opportunity to test their love and find answers to these difficult questions. After agreeing to take "the test," the couples are separated. One of them stays home while the other is sent to a spectacular resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico where they are met by a person (or people) who represents everything they feel is lacking in their current partner. When faced with this option, will they choose to return to the one they love, or to pursue another dream? It is the ultimate test of real vs. ideal, and the results are life-changing.
THE FIRST 48 (A&E)
Premieres: Thursday, June 3 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
More like TV drama than a reality show, THE FIRST 48 follows real-life homicide investigators as they race against time to solve their cases. The hour-long program follows detectives of Philadelphia's homicide team as they track a breaking case -- each with a running 48-hour clock. A fast-paced, gritty program that will keep audiences guessing to the end. Nancy Dubuc is Executive Producer and Laura Fleury is Supervising Producer for A&E Network. THE FIRST 48 is produced for A&E Network by Granada Television.
FOR LOVE OR MONEY: SEASON THREE (NBC)
Premieres: Monday, June 7 (9:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Regularly Airs: Mondays (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
This series - last summer's hottest unscripted drama -- returns for a third edition and again centers on 15 beautiful women who will compete for the affections of one lucky man. Jordan Murphy ("Boston Public") hosts the 12-episode series, guiding the contestants through numerous twists and turns as they try to win the heart of a handsome and charming entrepreneur. The upcoming season of "For Love or Money" breaks new ground by introducing an all-new game and a whole new twist. And this time, the price of love is even greater. But no matter how different the game may be, we're back to that very same question - Who is in it for Love...and who is in it for Money? "For Love or Money" is a production of Nash Entertainment & 3 Ball Productions. Bruce Nash (NBC's "Meet My Folks," "Mr. Personality") is the executive producer, along with J.D. Roth ("Endurance," "Moolah Beach"), Todd Nelson ("Endurance," "Moolah Beach") and John Foy ("The Martin Short Show").
ROAD RULES: SEASON 13 (MTV)
Premieres: Monday, June 7 (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
The veteran reality series returns for its 13th edition, this time subtitled "Xtreme."
BLOW OUT (Bravo)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 8 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
From the creators of NBC's series "The Restaurant" comes "Blow Out," an unscripted series that follows renowned hairstylist Jonathan Antin on his quest to establish a new salon in chic Beverly Hills and become a prominent player in an already incredibly competitive marketplace. As a teenager, Antin was inspired to become a stylist by Warren Beatty's role as the sexy, lady-loving George Roundy in the hit film "Shampoo." He dropped out of Beverly Hills High to enroll in the Fairfax Beauty Academy, where he quickly landed a job at a trendy Melrose salon. Like Beatty's character, Antin's smoldering good looks and charisma, combined with his unique fashion sense proved irresistible. Within a few years, he claimed the Melrose salon as his own -- garnering a list of celebrity clientele rivaling the best in the business. "Blow Out" will follow Antin as he embarks on his lifelong dream of unveiling Jonathan Salon in Beverly Hills and establishing a new business catering to the upper echelons of an international beauty clientele. Financed with his savings, the move could make or break Antin, and viewers will share in his thrills and disappointments as he endures to make his vision a reality. Also featured in the series is Antin's assistant/prot�g� and handpicked team of talented stylists, colorists and make up artists -- all young, trendy, and hungry to make their impact on the beauty world. Each is a reflection of Antin and his business. Crucial to the success of the salon will be how they work together as well as the business they bring in -- and the stakes couldn't be higher. Given the pressures and personalities, Antin's longstanding policy that the only attitude allowed in the salon is his own, as it's his name on the door, will be put to the test. Combined with Antin's celebrity and well-heeled clients, "Blow Out" will offer a never before seen look at the demands of operating a Beverly Hills beauty salon. For the series, producers have once again partnered to create gripping television financed by exclusive advertising sponsorship packages modeled after those created and used in "The Restaurant." The sponsors for "Blow Out" are American Express, Revlon, and LensCrafters. "Blow Out" is produced for Bravo by Reveille LLC, Magna Global Entertainment, and Shapiro/Grodner Productions.
LAST COMIC STANDING: SEASON TWO (NBC)
Casting Specials: Tuesday, June 8 (8:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT); Wednesday, June 9 (8:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 15 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
"Last Comic Standing" is hosted and executive produced by actor/comedian Jay Mohr ("Jerry Maguire"). In its second season, the series will again provide a new spin on reality television as it features the nationwide talent search for professional and non-professional comedians (both male and female). Once the selection process is narrowed to 10, after the final rounds of the national search held in New York and Las Vegas, the program will then follow the comedians as they live together in a house and compete for the ultimate prize-an exclusive talent contract with NBC. Last summer, 8.3 million viewers tuned-in weekly to watch the summer series "Last Comic Standing" as thousands of aspiring and professional comedians attempted to earn the title "Last Comic Standing." In the end, Dat Phan was voted by America to be the "Last Comic Standing." Since he won, Phan has become the headlining act at comedy clubs nationwide and recently made his acting debut. This year, veteran producers Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz of Magical Elves have joined the show as executive producers. Cutforth and Lipsitz's credits include the second season of "Project Greenlight" and Bravo's upcoming series "Project Runway." "Last Comic Standing" is a Peter Engel Productions in association with Giraffe Productions and NBC Studios. Peter Engel, Barry Katz, Jay Mohr, Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz serve as executive producers.
CRIME & PUNISHMENT: SEASON THREE
Premieres: Saturday, June 12 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
From Dick Wolf, creator and executive producer of NBC�s powerhouse �Law & Order� franchise, and Bill Guttentag, 2003 Oscar winner for the documentary �Twin Towers,� (an honor he shares with the producing team at Wolf Films) comes �Crime & Punishment,� an hour-long unscripted drama series that offers viewers a look at prosecutors in the San Diego County District Attorney�s office as they prepare for and try cases.
SCREAM PLAY (E!)
Premieres: Sunday, June 13 (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
A one-hour competition series in which teams recreate memorable stunts and scenes from the movies and TV.
THE CASINO (FOX)
Premieres: Monday, June 14 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
A new unscripted series created and executive-produced by reality titan MARK BURNETT ("The Apprentice," "Survivor"), THE CASINO will provide an extraordinary 24/7, behind the-scenes look at the real-life dramas unfolding at the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel and Casino as its new owners, TIM POSTER and TOM BREITLING, attempt to bring back the glory of the hotel's "Rat Pack" heyday. Conceived by Burnett and production partner CONRAD RIGGS ("The Apprentice," "Survivor"), THE CASINO will go beyond the challenges facing Poster and Breitling to explore the personal dramas unfolding among the guests and some of the 3,000 employees inside this high-stakes enterprise � from cocktail waitresses, to pit bosses, to security, management and entertainers.
THE NEXT ACTION STAR (NBC)
Casting Special: Monday, June 14 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 15 (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
In this new reality series from Joel Silver, the executive producer of the box-office blockbusters �Matrix� and �Die Hard,� daring, charismatic men and women from across the country compete against one another to become America�s next high-powered male and female action heroes, winning not only a cash prize, but the chance to star in the NBC movie, �Hit Me�(working title) produced by Silver Pictures,. Over the course of 10 one-hour episodes, the 14 finalists are given the star treatment, living together in a Hollywood Hills mansion, while enduring a rigorous schedule that includes daily acting lessons, combat and stunt training, underwater work, descender training, race car driving and wirework. Each week, the climax of the episode will be a film screen-test, involving a breath-taking stunt action sequence competition -- and each week one pair of contestants will be eliminated -- until the final two are named the Next Action Stars -- earning the chance to star in the Silver Pictures movie, �Hit Me,� which is the series� finale on August 11 (9-11 p.m. ET). �Next Action Star� is a presentation of Silver Pictures Television, GRB Entertainment and NBC Studios.
WEDDINGS GONE WACKY, WONDERFUL AND WILD: ANYTHING FOR LOVE (ABC)
Premieres: Monday, June 14 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Diane Sawyer takes a funny and sometimes poignant look at some very different couples and their unusual paths to wedded bliss in "Weddings Gone Wild: Anything for Love," a new, five-part series from ABC News. Each hour focuses on the stories of several grooms and brides-to-be as they face various challenges in their wedding planning efforts. Whether they're trying to pull off an elaborate extravaganza or overcome personal adversity that puts their wedding in jeopardy, all of the couples demonstrate incredible determination to make their dream day a reality. "Weddings Gone Wild: Anything for Love" airs on five consecutive Monday nights, beginning MONDAY, JUNE 14 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. The weddings chronicled in the series range from over-the-top blow-outs -- like a quarter-of-a-million-dollar Arabian Nights-themed celebration, complete with an elephant and belly-dancing bridesmaids -- to quick ceremonies at a Las Vegas wedding chapel. One couple is able to get their celebration entirely paid for by companies serving as the wedding's official sponsors - all they have to do is advertise a little. There is the wedding where everything goes wrong - from killer bees to broken-down cars. And what wedding saga would be complete without the presence of a "momzilla," a mother so determined to put her stamp on her daughter's big day that she may just drive the lovebirds to elope. Some of the nuptials are more poignant: An African-American couple holds their wedding at a North Carolina plantation where the groom's ancestors once toiled as slaves, and a man plans a second wedding for his wife, who has lost all memory of her wedding day as the result of a car accident. Just as diverse as the weddings are some of the unlikely couples, including a weekend belly dancer who finds love with the drummer in her band and a man who tells his long-waiting girlfriend that he'll propose if his favorite hockey team wins the Stanley Cup. Then there's a duo at odds-she wants a beach wedding, he wants a Christmas-themed bash-who reach a very creative compromise. Diane Sawyer anchors "Weddings Gone Wild: Anything for Love." Ann Reynolds is the senior producer. Shelley Ross is the executive producer.
THE JOE SCHMO SHOW: SEASON TWO (Spike TV)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 15 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Spike TV's hit series returns in hilarious form with "Joe Schmo 2," premiering Tuesday, June 15 @ 10 p.m. (ET/PT). Aside from "Joe" and "Jane," everyone else on the show are actors following a pre-determined storyline. Come get to know Jane and Joe Schmo better as they answer insightful questions, so that we can understand there fears, goals, and the easiest ways to lie to them.
THE SIMPLE LIFE: SEASON TWO (FOX)
Premieres: Wednesday, June 16 (8:00 - 8:30 PM ET/PT & 9:00 - 9:30 PM/ET)
Regularly Airs: Wednesdays (9:00 - 9:30 PM/ET)
THE SIMPLE LIFE 2 follows "celebutantes" and best friends PARIS HILTON and NICOLE RICHIE as they pack up their Louis Vuitton bags � again. Only this time, it's for the ultimate cross-country road trip, a wild ride full of new jobs, host families and small towns all the way from Miami to Beverly Hills. Armed with a road map and their trendy dogs Tinkerbell and Honey Child � but no cell phones, cash or credit cards � these hilarious heiresses discover that life on the open road can sometimes drive you crazy. As the girls go from life in the fast lane to life in the carpool lane, the question still remains: can they survive THE SIMPLE LIFE 2: ROAD TRIP � and can America survive them?
NEWLYWEDS: NICK & JESSICA - SEASON TWO (MTV)
Premieres: Wednesday, June 16 (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson return for the second half of their second season.
THE ASHLEE SIMPSON SHOW (MTV)
Premieres: Wednesday, June 16 (10:30 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Jessica's little sister gets her own reality series, leading out of her big sister's show.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? - SEASON TWO (Lifetime)
Premieres: Friday, June 18 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Leeza Gibbons returns as host of the series which returns for its second season this summer.
WHO WANTS TO MARRY MY DAD? - SEASON TWO (NBC)
Premieres: Monday, June 21 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
In this second edition of last summer�s hit series, the three adult daughters of a handsome single father choose among thirteen women to decide which one would be the ideal wife for their Dad. Promising even more surprising twists and turns than the original series, �Dad� will also include the popular lie detector tests and outrageous �secret facts� about contestants that made the show such a hit with viewers last summer. With an emphasis on romance, the series follows the courtship of �Dad� and the female contestants over six episodes. Adding to the fun will be a secret mole (the kids� aunt pretending to be one of the contestants), �Dad� going undercover in the first episode to secretly meet the women without them knowing it�s him and a high-stakes adventure where the women�s ex-boyfriends show up as jockeys on horseback at Santa Anita racetrack. In the end, the girls will decide which woman �Dad� will marry � and their father proposes to the winner. The series is produced by NBC Studios and Nash Entertainment. Bruce Nash (�For Love or Money�) and Scott Satin ("The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments�) are the creators and executive producers of the show.
OUTBACK JACK (TBS)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 22 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
OUTBACK JACK creates the ultimate test of love as 12 city women vie for the affections of a rugged Australian adventurer, Outback Jack. What the women don't realize, until it's too late, is that they must make a leap of faith by parachuting into the middle of Australia's expansive Outback wilderness. After making it to the ground, they are shocked to discover the potential man of their dreams is not living a life of luxury, but roughing it in one of the world's most unforgiving terrains. Over the course of eight episodes, the women will be put to the test, to see which one of them has the stamina to make it in the Outback and win the affection of their handsome hero.
N.Y.P.D. 24/7 (ABC)
Premieres: Tuesday, June 22 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Their exploits have been the stuff of countless movies and television shows, but nothing can compare to the real thing. In "NYPD 24/7," a new, true-life documentary series from the award-winning producers of "Hopkins 24/7" and "Boston 24/7," ABC News cameras are given unprecedented access to the New York Police Department. Never before have cameras been allowed to roam so widely for so long among the closed ranks of the NYPD. For sixteen months, compelling characters from elite units share their hopes, their frustrations and their special brand of dark humor, as cameras follow them into situations that are unpredictable and often dangerous. "NYPD 24/7," narrated by "NYPD Blue's" Dennis Franz, airs on seven consecutive Tuesday nights, beginning JUNE 22 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. "NYPD 24/7" shadows the real-life sleuths of the Homicide, Special Victims and Crime Scene units as they use their skills to solve baffling crimes-from the bizarre case of a man found boiled to death in a manhole to the capture of a serial rapist who thought he'd never be caught. The series also chronicles the daring work of skilled rescue units, including one engaged in a high-wire act to save a man's life. ABC News cameras then go from the street to the executive suite, following both a Bronx beat cop-a mother on patrol in one of the city's most violent neighborhoods-and her ultimate boss, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, who tries to calm a jittery city on high alert for a terrorist attack. Along the way, the fault lines of a city are revealed-great extremes of wealth and poverty divide a demanding public that treats its cops with both admiration and contempt. In one Brooklyn neighborhood, racial tensions boil when residents say police didn't act soon enough to find a missing African-American woman. "Join the fire department if you want to be a hero," says one cop. "NYPD 24/7" also provides a telling look at the culture inside the department, where officers are well-schooled in the race and gender-blind etiquette of the modern cop, yet where old myths persist and women cops have to go the extra mile to prove themselves. In the end the officers say that, despite the physical and emotional toll it can take, this life they call "the job" means everything to the 37,000 men and women who wear the blue. Terence Wrong is producer and executive producer of "NYPD 24/7." Roxanna Sherwood is the co-producer. Bryan Taylor is the editorial producer. Rudy Bednar is the senior executive producer and Phyllis McGrady is the executive-in-charge.
WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? (ABC)
Premieres: Thursday, June 24 (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
The long-running and often-forgotten sketch comedy series returns to burn off its final fresh installments this summer. New episodes air at 8:00/7:00c with encores from all six seasons slated for 8:30/7:30c.
AIRLINE: SEASON TWO (A&E)
Premieres: Monday, July 5 (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
The popular "docusoap" returns for its second season on the cable channel.
BIG BROTHER: SEASON FIVE (CBS)
Premieres: Tuesday, July 6 (8:00 - 9:30 PM ET/PT)
Regularly Airs: Thursdays (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT), Tuesdays (9:00 - 10:00 PM/ET) and Saturdays (9:00 - 10:00 PM/ET)
CBS' summer mainstay is once again back for a fifth season.
THE AMAZING RACE: SEASON FIVE (CBS)
Premieres: Tuesday, July 6 (9:30 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Regularly Airs: Tuesdays (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
The Emmy-winning reality series is back for a fifth edition.
DR. 90210 (E!)
Premieres: Sunday, July 11 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
A new reality series chronicling the life of a Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon.
Premieres: Monday, July 12 (8:30 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
Regularly Airs: Mondays - Thursdays (8:30 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
"Balderdash" is a hilarious new game show inspired by the phenomenally popular board game from Mattel being re-launched this summer to a new generation of fans. Some of today's funniest comedians, writers and celebrities test the wits of contestants as they try to guess which of the panel's outlandish and uproarious definitions are correct. With references drawn from categories like words, movies, people, famous epitaphs and loony laws, the answers run from obscure to just plain silly. "Balderdash" is produced by The Hatchery, LLC. The Hatchery partners, Margaret Loesch (Emmy and Peabody Award winner and former head of The Hallmark Channel); Dan Angel, Emmy Award winner ("Door to Door") and Peabody Award-winning producer and writer ("Goosebumps," "X-Files"); and Bruce Stein, former President and COO of Mattel, Inc., are executive producers.
THE ASSISTANT (MTV)
Premieres: Monday, July 12 (10:30 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
An inside look at the over-the-top life of Andy Dick as he is supplied with a variety of potential assistants to choose from. If they can survive Andy's antics, they will win a job in Hollywood.
RUSSELL SIMMONS' DEF POETRY : SEASON FOUR (HBO)
Premieres: Sunday, July 18 (11:00 - 11:30 PM ET/PT)
The Peabody Award-winning, acclaimed late-night series RUSSELL SIMMONS PRESENTS DEF POETRY returns to HBO for a fourth season later this year with ten new half-hour editions. The series will again feature Mos Def as host, and present up-and-coming and seasoned poets performing their work onstage in front of a live audience.
THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU (Bravo)
Premieres: Tuesday, July 20 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
�Things I Hate About You,� based on the BBC2 series �Five Things I Hate About You,� is a reality show that takes a funny, intelligent look at the psychology of modern relationships. Each episode features one couple given the chance to prove -- once and for all � which partner is the more irritating person with whom to live. Armed with personal video cameras, couples become documentarians as they seek to capture their partner�s foibles on film. �Things I Hate About You� gets to the heart of what makes relationships tick. The series is produced by Wall to Wall Inc. (�Frontier House,� �Manor House�).
AMERICAN CANDIDATE (Showtime)
Premieres: Sunday, August 1 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
A new reality series that lets the American public choose a "people's candidate" to run for president of the United States in 2004.
GROWING UP GOTTI (A&E)
Premieres: Monday, August 2 (9:30 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
A new reality series about the life Star magazine gossip columnist, and daughter of the late mob boss John Gotti, Victoria Gotti.
THE COMPLEX: MALIBU (FOX)
Premieres: Monday, August 30 (8:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
Regularly Airs: Mondays (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
For couples with a flair for style, an eye for detail and the know-how to achieve the best in home improvement, FOX and FremantleMedia are offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a fabulous interior design while simultaneously indulging their competitive instincts. THE COMPLEX: MALIBU will move real-life couples into a condominium building in Southern California's toniest beach community and give them a budget to renovate their unit by a specified date. This unscripted series will capture the mounting excitement and drama as the couples push themselves to the limit while their deadline looms. Once the renovations are complete, the condos will be sold at public auction and the couple whose unit nets the biggest profit will receive a spectacular grand prize. The series has been airing as "The Block" in Australia, where it is that country's most successful television series ever.
DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER (A&E)
Premieres: Tuesday, August 31 (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Bounty Hunter Dwayne "Dog" Chapman and his life and business partner, Beth, are rare finds in documentary television -- they're characters that pop. DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER will feature the home and professional life of Dog as he juggles his bounty hunting case load, his volatile relationship with his Beth, and his 12 children (some of whom work in the family business). Dog served time in a Texas penitentiary for his participation in a murder 25 years ago. Upon his release, he vowed to redeem himself and found his calling on the right side of the law. As a bounty hunter, his past inspires him to help the fugitives he hunts down to go straight. Day after day, he and Beth are on an emotional and physical rollercoaster, chasing down fugitives and balancing their unusual family life. Nancy Dubuc is Executive Producer and Robert Sharenow is Supervising Producer for A&E Network. DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER is produced for A&E Network by Hybrid Films.
AND DON'T FORGET...
FAMILY PLOTS (A&E)
Currently Airs: Mondays (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
THE WB'S SUPERSTAR U.S.A. (WB)
Currently Airs: Mondays (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Monday, June 14 (9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
AIRLINE: EXCESS BAGGAGE (A&E)
Currently Airs: Mondays (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
FAKING THE VIDEO (MTV)
Currently Airs: Mondays (10:30 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
THE REAL WORLD: SEASON 14 (MTV)
Currently Airs: Tuesdays (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Tuesday, June 29 (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
PEPSI SMASH: SEASON TWO (WB)
Currently Airs: Thursdays (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
CELEBRITY POKER SHOWDOWN: SEASON TWO (Bravo)
Currently Airs: Thursdays (9:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Thursday, July 1 (9:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
MOST EXTREME ELIMINATION CHALLENGE: SEASON THREE (Spike TV)
Currently Airs: Thursdays (9:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Currently Airs: Fridays (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
NASCAR DRIVERS: 360 (FX)
Currently Airs: Fridays (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
ON THE RECORD WITH BOB COSTAS: SEASON FOUR (HBO)
Currently Airs: Fridays (11:00 - 11:45 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Friday, June 18 (11:00 - 11:45 PM ET/PT)
THE RESTAURANT: SEASON TWO
Season Finale: Saturday, June 5 (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
RIDE WITH FUNKMASTER FLEX (Spike TV)
Currently Airs: Sundays (8:00 - 9:00 PM ET/PT)
VIVA LA BAM (MTV)
Currently Airs: Sundays (9:00 - 9:30 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Sunday, June 13 (9:00 - 9:30 PM ET/PT)
PIMP MY RIDE (MTV)
Currently Airs: Sundays (9:30 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Sunday, June 13 (9:30 - 10:00 PM ET/PT)
OBLIVIOUS: SEASON TWO (Spike TV)
Currently Airs: Sundays (10:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Currently Airs: Sundays (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Sunday, June 13 (10:00 - 10:30 PM ET/PT)
Currently Airs: Sundays (10:30 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Season Finale: Sunday, June 13 (10:30 - 11:00 PM ET/PT)
Look for additional series to be added to this page as soon as they are announced!