Sunday, June 4th
Footballers Wive$ – BBC America – 10/9c
The super trashy soap returns for its fourth season. It is about the wives of British soccer players. There is tons of sex, affairs, pregnancies, orgies and bisexuality to go around.
Mon, June 5th
Lovespring International – Lifetime – 11/10 c
Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) produces the improv comedy about a dating service. It stars Jane Lynch (40-Year-Old Virgin), Jennifer Elise Cox (Jan from The Brady Bunch Movie) and Wendi McLendon-Covery (Reno 911).
Tue, June 6th
The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency – Oxygen – 10/9c
Reality show following Janice Dickinson as she starts her own modeling agency.
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List – Bravo – 9/8c
Kathy Griffin is back and tries various schemes to move up to at least the C-list: losing weight, skating with Olympians and entertaining troops in Iraq.
Wednesday, June 7th
Dog Bites Man – Comedy Central – 10:30/9:30c
Parody of investigative news teams.
Thursday, June 8th
Hex – BBC America – 10/9c
At an English boarding school, a girl realizes she is a witch and while trying to deal with her newfound powers, the devil is trying to seduce her since he needs to procreate.
MTV Movie Awards – MTV – 9 E/P
Jessica Alba hosts the MTV Movie Awards, which have become more entertaining than the MTV Music Awards. They usually have better musical performances too. This year, Gnarls Barkley performs.
Windfall – NBC – 10/9c
Twenty lottery winners deal with the drama that happens after they get their money. This show was supposed to be on mid-season, but kept getting bumped until now. It doesn’t bode well for its future.
Friday, June 9th
Meerkat Manor – Animal Planet – 8 E/P
Takes footage from a decade-long Cambridge University study of a meerkat family in South Africa.
Sunday, June 11th
The 4400 – USA Network – 9/8c
Last season, the series found out that big government boss was trying to kill off all the 4400 with a mysterious disease. NTAC agents Tom and Diana found out and put a stop to it. Tom found love with a 4400, Alana. His son went to jail after confessing to murdering Jordan Collier, who was revealed to be really be alive. Shawn took over the 4400 center and found himself face-to-face with a very naked Isabelle (miracle baby to Richard and Lily), who had grown 20 years overnight. This season, Isabelle and Shawn are dating, Alana is visiting alternate realities again (her gift), and Maia starts to go to school at the 4400 center with other kids with gifts.
Bridezillas – WE – 10/9c
More wacky brides-to-be turn from sweet to psycho when planning their wedding.
Deadwood – HBO – 9 E/P
Last season, the town mourned Bullock’s stepson death while Swearengen worked on statehood with Yankton and tried to get other power behind him with George Hearst showing up in town. Alma and Ellsworth wedded, Cy was stabbed by Andy and Wolcott committed suicide after beating and killing a bunch of hookers. This season will most likely be the last for the series. Seth and Martha will actually start falling in love, Alma tries to be a strong businesswoman with Hearst moving into town. Swearengen works on elections, including keeping Bullock as sheriff.
Entourage – HBO – 10 E/P
Last season, Vince won the lead role in Aquaman, but then his ex-girlfriend Mandy Moore won the female lead. He threatened to walk off, until director James Cameron scared him into staying. Ari lost his job and was working out of a coffee shop trying to get his career back on track. This season Ari tries to be an independent agent while other agents try to steal Vince away from him. Vince will have to see if his first big blockbuster is a success or a failure.
Lucky Louie – HBO – 10:30 E/P
Family dad sitcom based on stand-up comedian Louis C.K.’s act.
Dane Cook’s Tourgasm – HBO – 11 E/P
Follows four comics on tour around the country.
Monday, June 12th
Hell’s Kitchen – FOX – 9/8c
Twelve new contestants vie for a spot to be top chef at Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa in Las Vegas. This time, Ramsey splits up the men and women into different teams.
Closer – TNT – 9/8c
Last season, Brenda Johnson finally made the LAPD her turf and gained the respect of her priority homicide unit. This season, her team takes on bigger cases. Brenda’s relationship with Fritz heats up while her ex-boyfriend, Will Pope, suddenly becomes single.
Saved – TNT – 10/9c
Tom Everett Scott plays a medical-school drop-out that is now a paramedic. He’s also a compulsive gambler.
Tuesday, June 13th
Tuesday Night Book Club – CBS – 10/9c
Reality series about seven women in Scottsdale, Arizona that get together for a weekly book club, yet don’t seem to talk about books.
Sunday, June 18th
Dead Zone – USA Network – 10/9c
Anthony Michael Hall is back with more psychic do-gooding.
Treasure Hunters – NBC – 8/7c
Ten teams of three run around the globe trying to solve puzzles. The main goal isn’t to get to a certain point first, but to figure out the clues and solve puzzles. The treasure is some unspecified large amount of money.
Wednesday, June 21st
America’s Got Talent – NBC – 8/7c
Simon Cowell produces this talent show where any kind of act goes: comics, jugglers, acrobats and more. Regis Philbin hosts and the judges are David Hasselhoff, Brandy and Piers Morgan (UK personality). Viewers will be able to vote for their favorites and the winner will receive one million dollars.
Wednesday, June 28th
Blade: The Series – Spike TV – 10/9c
For Spike’s first scripted series, rapper Sticky Fingaz takes on the title role. He teams up with a angry female fighter to battle the vampires. It uses the comics for story ideas and goes back to his first 35 years that was never touched upon by the movies.
Hustle – AMC – 10/9c
The London-based con artists are back with more heists and other fun cons.
Thursday, June 29th
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – FX – 10/9c
Danny DeVito joins the cast of three twentysomething owners of an Irish bar trying to avoid becoming functioning adults.