Here is the next round of premieres this month!
The Two Coreys
(premieres Sunday June 22nd at 10 PM EST on A&E)
The greatest former teen idol dust up of all time.
And check out the game Corey Vs Corey on AETV.com
America's Got Talent, Season 3
(premieres Tuesday, June 24 at 9PM ET/PT on NBC)
Based upon a British show called Opportunity Knocks, it actually began as a radio program 1949. There have been (and still are) tons of talent shows, but this one offers a top prize of one million dollars!
Back are Jerry Springer as Host with Judges David Hasselhoff, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne.
(premieres Tuesday, June 24 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC)
Funniest Home Videos is full of pratfalls and humans "wiping out" - sans serious injury of course. Here a show just for those moments: Wipeout!
This new reality series offers a grand prize of $50,000 to survive the world's largest obstacle course.
I Survived a Japanese Game Show
(premieres Tuesday, June 24 at 9PM ET/PT on ABC)
Apparently we do not enough Reality TV venues and now the latest idea is to ship Americans over to Japan to make fools of themselves over there! The idea is that whoever adapts best to Japanese culture and each episode's challenges, will be the winner, but still foolish.
The Baby Borrowers
(premieres Wednesday, June 25 at 8PM ET/PT on NBC)
Another British import about kids playing house. Here it takes place in Boise, Idaho. For three weeks, the show will take the couples through a life lived as they are thrust into parenthood.
see article - http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art25295.asp
Shear Genius, Season 2
(premieres Wednesday, June 25 at 10PM ET/PT on Bravo)
Hosted by Jaclyn Smith, the show gives viewers a glimpse behind the scenes at the world of hairstyling. Hairstylist Kim Vo and Allure beauty editor Kelly Atterton are the lead judges on the series.
(premieres Friday, June 27 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC)
This show features six real people from all walks of life who will face off against each other in a series of one-on-one dance-offs - and this in each episode of the series. The paired contestants can vary in all aspects - like a 25-year-old gravedigger vs. a 65-year-old grandmother dancing to Michael Jackson's "Thriller." Dancers are eliminated by voters in the studio audience and at the end of each episode, just two finalists remain to battle it out for the title of "Dance Machine" -- and let's not forget the cash prize of $100,000!