New summer television is still premiering; so, it's not too late to get addicted to a new show!
Today, ABC premieres a modern-day M*A*S*H with "Combat Hospital." On June 23rd, USA airs the new legal series, "Suits" and on the 29th the network debuts "Necessary Roughness," about a pro-football team's therapist. On the comedic side, Raven-Symone stars in ABC Family's "The State of Georgia," premiering June 29th, as well. FX is premiering "Wilfred," based on the critically-acclaimed Australian series staring Elijah Wood, on June 23rd. And on Fox, the sketch comedy show "In the Flow with Affion Crockett" on August 14th.
Reality TV is also heating up. NBC premieres the exotic dating show "Love in the Wild" on June 29th. ABC's "101 Ways to Leave a Game Show" starts today. CBS explores what it would be like to have the same name as a celebrity in "Same Name" beginning July 24th.
Big returning shows include the June 26th premiere of "True Blood" on HBO which is also bringing back "Curb Your Enthusiasm" on July 10th and the last season of "Entourage" on July 24th. Showtime's "The Big C," starring Laura Linney, returns June 27. The final season of FX's "Rescue Me" starts July 13th. Hit shows already in high gear are ABC Family's cult hit "Pretty Little Liars" and Lifetime's "Drop Dead Diva." E!'s "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" is in its sixth season this summer!
Already-premiered new summer shows that are worth getting into are Steven Spielberg's alien drama, "Falling Skies" on TNT, as well as "Franklin & Bash" with Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer. NBC has an innovative "romantic comedy anthology series," "Love Bites" starring Becki Newton. For an interesting take on a cooking show, check out Bravo's "Rocco's Dinner Party." Gleeks are loving Oxygen's "The Glee Project," a competition of Glee hopefuls. And MTV's "Teen Wolf" has remade an '80s sci-fi classic. TV Land brought back Fran Drescher in "Happily Divorced." Whatever your genre preference is, there is surely something for everyone this season.