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Reality Premieres: June 7-15

Ice Road Truckers, Season 2
(premieres Sunday June 8 at 9PM ET/8 Central on History Channel)
Killer storms, dangerous ice, monster loads, and this year, they're on the Arctic Ocean.
If you missed it last season, meet the truckers from Season 1, check out load counts and get to know the town of Yellowknife.

HGTV Design Star, Season 3
(premieres Sunday, June 8 at 9PM ET/PT on HGTV)
Nine new contestants will compete to win their very own HGTV show. Previous winners include David Bromstad, host of Color Splash and Kim Myles, host of Myles of Style. This third season will be based in Nashville and attempt to show-off their creativity, ingenuity and skills in the hopes of winning their own show.
Get the lowdown on Season 1 and Season 2


Nashville Star, Season 6

(premieres Monday, June 9 at 9:00PM ET/PT 8/Central for 2-hours on NBC)
For their sixth season, Nashville Star has moved to NBC with changes including a new host, Billy Ray Cyrus! The judges and musical mentors will be Jewel, John Rich and Jeffrey Steele. Performances include duets and trios now and 16 is the new lower minimum age to compete on the show.

Celebrity Circus
(premieres Wednesday, June 11 at 9PM ET/PT on NBC)
Reality television has given celebrities the opportunity to sing, dance, ice skate, eat weird things, and more -- so why not circus acts? It certainly takes greater skill and courage!
Antonio Sabato Jr., Blu Cantrell, Christopher Knight, Janet Evans, Wee Man, Rachel Hunter and Stacey Dash will attempt death-defying stunts while guided by top experts in specialties like High Wire, Fire Dancing, Hand Balancing, Flying Trapeze, Chinese Poles, Aerial Silks, and the Wheel of Death! Whew! The stars will have only eight weeks to train before the public votes.
Meet the celebs on Celebrity Circus (video)

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Season 4
(premieres Thursday, June 12 at 9PM ET/PT on Bravo)
Never mind Kathy Griffin's provocative "Jesus comment" at the Emmys, she survives to return for a fourth season of My Life on the D-List. Bravo announced the confirmation and the show has increased its episodes from six to ten.



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