Television

2010 Summer TV Guide

No need to worry now that some of your favorite TV shows are ending. Starting next week with ABC's "The Bachelorette" and FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance, to HBO's "True Blood" and Showtime's "Weeds," it's time for summer TV! Check out "Extra's" complete guide.

2010 Summer TV Guide

The Bachelorette

When: Monday, May 24, ABC Who:Ali Fedotowsky What:Last season of the "Bachelor," Ali made the difficult decision to leave the show early, choosing her job over love.Now she's back and ready to find her soul mate on season 6 of the "Bacherlorette."

So You Think You Can Dance?

When: Thursday, May 27, FOX Who:Host: Cat Deeley. Judges: Nigel Lythgoe, Mia Michaels, Adam Shankman What:Watch the most talented dancers in the world compete to become the nation's No. 1 dancer in the show's seventh season!

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

When:Monday, May 31, Comedy Central Who:Danny DeVito, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, Glenn Howerton, and Rob McElhenney What:The gang's back for Season 6 and downright hilarious, no matter how crude, controversial, or outlandish. They will do just about anything for a laugh.

True Beauty

When:Monday, May 31, ABC Who:Hosts: Beth Ostrosky Stern, Carson Kressley.Judge: Vanessa Minnillo What:Drama unfolds as these beauties fight to become the face of Las Vegas in the show's second season. What they don't know is that are secretly being judged on their inner beauty.

America's Got Talent

When:Tuesday, June 1, NBC Who:Host: Nick Cannon.Judges: David Hasselhoff, Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne.Executive Producer, Simon Cowell What:Check out new host Nick Cannon, as he takes center stage Season 5 to see the hottest performers compete from across the country.

Hell's Kitchen

When:Tuesday, June 1, FOX Who:Chef/ Host: Gordon Ramsay What:All hell breaks lose in the kitchen in Season 7, when the nation's most talented and trained chefs come together and compete to be the best.

Losing it with Jillian

When:Tuesday, June 1, NBC Who:Host: Jillian Michaels What:New show premieres in which "The Biggest Loser's" Michaels surprises eight families across America, spending a week with each family and giving them the necessary tools to help them change their lives.

Burn Notice

When:Thursday, June 3, USA Network Who:Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, Sharon Gless, Seth Peterson What:Spy extraordinaire Michael Western (Donovan) is back for a fourth season, bringing sexy back to the spy business, and, of course, Miami heat.

Royal Pains

When:Thursday, June 3, USA Network Who:Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty, Jill Flint What:Don't miss this hilarious show's sophomore season!Laugh as the hottest new doctor in town (Feuerstein) reluctantly becomes the new "concierge doctor," making house calls against his will and encouraged by his crazy younger brother.

Ice Road Truckers

When:Sunday, June 6, The History Channel Who:Truckers: Alex, Hugh, Jack, Cody, George. Lisa, Carey, and Tim What: Now in Season 4, watch truckers defy death in their heart-stopping, horrific travels across Alaska's frozen tundra.

Drop Dead Diva

When:Sunday, June 6, Lifetime Television Who:Brooke Elliott, Margaret Cho, Ben Feldman, Jackson, Hurst, April Bowlby, Kate Levering, Josh Stamberg What:In its first season, a wannabe model dies and wakes up to find her soul transferred into the body of a plus-size woman, Jane Bingum (Elliott). Now, in the second season, she has embraced her new life and "body" but is going through a whole new set of hilarious trials and tribulations.

Dance Your Ass Off

When:Monday, June 7, Oxygen Who:Host: Marissa Jaret Winokur. Judges: Lisa Ann Walter, Danny Teeson, Mayte Garcia What: In the show's second season, full-figured contestants, who struggle to keep their weight off, dance to shed those unwanted pounds away.

Last Comic Standing

When:Monday, June 7, NBC Who:Host: Craig Robinson What:New host Craig Robinson will bring more laughs to the stage in Season 7, as celebrity talent scouts decide which comedian will be the last one standing.

Neighbors from Hell

When:Monday, June 7, TBS Who: David Soren, Kurtwood Smith, Molly Shannon, Patton Oswalt What:In this new animated series, Satan sends a low-level demon and his family to Earth to blend in with the humans and figure out how to destroy a drill that could expose Hell. "The Hellmans" quickly learn that humans can be more evil than any demon ever could.

The Secret Life of the American Teenager

When:Monday, June 7, ABC Family Who:Molly Ringwald, Shailene Woodley, India Eisley, Mark Derwin, Daren Kagasoff, and Megan Park What:Love triangles, lies, gossip, and scandalous rumors -- just another day for the teens at Grant High. And get ready for a reunion surprise in an all-new Season 3!

Lie to Me

When:Monday, June 7, FOX Who:Tim Roth, Kelli Williams, Monica Raymund, Brendon Hines, Mekhi Phifer, Hayley Mcfarland What:The Lightman Group will encounter new cases, homicides, and a hostage situation in Season 3.

The Green Room with Paul Provenza

When:Thursday, June 10, Showtime Who:Paul Provenza, Barbara Romen What:This new series has the greatest comedians of all time come together in a roundtable setting -- and rip each other apart.

Penn & Teller: Bullshit!

When:Thursday, June 10, Showtime Who:Penn Jillette and Teller What:Season 8 is sure to spark controversy.Penn and Teller embark on a wild crusade to debunk every kind of trickery, miracle worker, magician, and cult leader.

True Blood

When:Sunday, June 13, HBO Who:Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Sam Trammell, Ryan Kwanten, Rutina Wesley What: As Season 2 ended, Bill Compton (Moyer) has been abducted just as he proposed to his human love, Sookie (Paquin). These sexy vampires are sure to suck you in, as they embark on more supernatural misfits.

Leverage

When:Sunday, June 20, TNT Who: Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf, Aldis Hodge What:New adventures are in store for this series sophomore season, as the highly skilled team of outlaws fight for people who are victimized.

The Gates

When: Sunday, June 20, ABC Who: Rhona Mitra, Marisol Nichols, Chandra West, Luke Mably What: The show centers on a big-city cop, who becomes chief of police in a seemingly sleepy planned community only to discover there's much more to the residents than meets the eye.

The Real L Word

When:Sunday, June 20, Showtime Who:Nikki Weiss, Jill Sloane Goldstein What:This new reality show has given the "L" word a whole new meaning. The series follows a group of lesbians, who inspired Showtime's "The L Word," as they go about their daily lives.

Scoundrels

When:Sunday, June 20, ABC Who:Virginia Madsen, Patrick Flueger, Vanessa Marano, David James Elliott, Leveb Rambin, Carlos Bernard What:This new dramedy centers on a corrupted family trying to go straight.

Wipeout

When:Tuesday, June 22, ABC Who:Hosts: John Anderson, John Henson, and Jill Wagner What:In Season 3, more contestants throw themselves into the world's biggest, wildest, and craziest obstacle course ever built.

Rookie Blue

When: Thursday, June 24, ABC Who: Missy Peregrym, Ben Bass, Travis Milne, Gregory Smith, Charlotte Sullivan What: A fun, fresh, high-stakes drama with a twist of danger follows the lives of five young, ambitious cops right out of the Academy.

Eureka

When:July 9, SyFy Channel Who: Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Joe Morton, Jordan Hinson, Erica Cerra, Neil Grayston, Niall Matter What:In Season 3, a town made specifically for the world's greatest thinkers, geniuses, and scientists find that resources are becoming a problem, as human frailty and super-science begin to collide.

Haven

When: July 9, Syfy Channel Who: Emily Rose, Eric Balfour, Lucas Bryant What: A thriller based on a Stephen King's novella, this new show follows a FBI agent (Rose), who arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine, to solve a murder -- but she discovers that the town is a longtime refuge for people with supernatural powers.

Warehouse 13

When:Tuesday, July 13, Syfy Channel Who:Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek, Allison Scagliotti, CCH Pounder, Genelle Williams What:In this show's second season, secret agents are transferred to Warehouse 13 -- a top-secret storage full of ancient artifacts and supernatural souvenirs.They soon get caught in a world of paranormal activity.

The Jensen Project

When:Friday, July 16, NBC Who:Patricia Richardson, LeVar Burton, Kellie Martin, and Brady Smith What:The new series revolves around 12 geniuses who move to an isolated spot and form the Jensen Project, inventing ways to fix the world's problems that they then share freely and anonymously with the world. But when a few go rogue to make names for themselves, it launches a cross-country race as the others try to stop them.

Jersey Shore

When:July 29, MTV Who:Jenni "JWOWW" Farley, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Vinny Guadagnino What:Get ready for some more of the Situation and Snooki. Lots of crazy and wild moments with the kids from Jersey!

The Bachelor Pad

When:August 9, ABC What:Twenty of your favorite former "Bachelors" and "Bachelorettes" move in together and compete in all sorts of crazy challenges.

Dating in the Dark

When:August 9, ABC What:In this second season, a group of single men and women get together, literally in the dark, and judge each other not on looks but on personality.

The Big C

When: August 16, Showtime Who: Laura Linney, Oliver Platt, Gabourey Sidibe What: A new series on Showtime about a teacher and a suburban mom, diagnosed with cancer, who tries to find the humor in the disease.

Weeds

When:August 16, Showtime Who:Mary-Louise Parker, Elizabeth Perkins, Kevin Nealon, Justin Kirk, Hunter Parrish, Alexander Gould, Allie Grant What: See what's in store for marijuana dealer Nancy Botwin (Parker) and her dysfunctional family in Season 6.

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