SUMMER TV GUIDE
· THE BACHELORETTE: Another season of The Bachelorette kicked off last week and will air every Monday this summer on ABC. Watch this year’s Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky as she tries to find her soulmate.
· SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE?: If you’re dying for more reality competitions since American Idol and Dancing With the Stars has ended, you’re in luck. Every Thursday on FOX this summer, you can tune to see contestants compete on So You Think You Can Dance?
· IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA: This funny show, which previously was on FX, has moved to Comedy Central. The first episode of season six aired last night on the network.
· BURN NOTICE: Everyone’s favorite spy, “Michael Weston,” is back in a new season of Burn Notice on USA. Check out the first episode of the fourth season this Thursday.
· ICE ROAD TRUCKERS: When those summer days get a little too hot for you to handle, head on over to The History Channel to catch the fourth season of Ice Road Truckers. The first episode airs this Sunday at 8 PM.
· LAST COMIC STANDING: To add some funny to your summer, head over to NBC starting on June 7th to check out the new season of Last Comic Standing. This year, The Office’s Craig Robinson will serve as host.
· TRUE BLOOD: For those with premium channels, a new, to-die-for season of True Blood begins on June 13th on HBO. Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer will certainly help you get your vampire fix in season three.
· WIPEOUT: The competition show that helps you kill those brain cells you’ve been building since fall is back for a third season. Tune in to ABC on June 22nd to see the first new episode of Wipeout, where contestants compete in a huge, crazy obstacle course.
· EUREKA: For those unafraid to get their sci-fi on, it’s time to enjoy season three of Eureka over on the SciFi channel. The new season begins on July 9th.
· JERSEY SHORE: It’s the show that was meant to be watched in the summer and a new season is heading to you. Tune in to MTV on July 29th to see your friends Snooki, The Situation and the rest get drunk and party on the second season of Jersey Shore.
· WEEDS: Unfortunately, Weeds fans will have to wait until August 16th to see a new season of the show, but nonetheless, the lovable suburban mom-slash-marijuana dealer will be back pedaling her goods on Showtime this summer.