USA TODAY - Here's what to watch as the season starts heating up.
The Killing (AMC, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, premieres June 2 at 8) Third season with Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman as Seattle detectives investigating a gruesome string of murders. Peter Sarsgaard guests as a death row inmate for whom time is running out. A Bianco summer pick.
Call of the Wildman (Animal Planet, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 2) Bare-handed backwoods trapper "Turtleman" Ernie Brown Jr. and crew patrol the wilds of Kentucky in Season 2.
The Next Food Network Star (Food, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 2) Season 9 pits a dozen hopefuls in competition for their own network show.
Top Hookers (Animal Planet, Sundays, 10 ET/PT, June 2) A new competition series pits 10 expert fishermen against each other in wild challenges, hoping to catch the title of Top Hooker and a $30,000 prize.
Mistresses (ABC, Mondays, 10 ET/PT, June 3) Drama about four "sexy and sassy" girlfriends (Alyssa Milano, Yunjin Kim, Rochelle Aytes and Jes Macallan) and their "turbulent lives," in ABC's words.
Push Girls (Sundance, Mondays, 10 ET/PT, June 3) Season 2 of docu-series about four women who challenge society's perception of what life is like in a wheelchair.
Teen Wolf (MTV, Mondays, 10 ET/PT, June 3) Teen werewolf Scott McCall and his friends begin their junior year of high school, and a new threat makes itself evident.
Swamp Murders (Investigation Discovery, Tuesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 4) Bogs and bayous hide the ugly secrets behind Southern charm in new real-crime series, a two-course murder meal with Southern Fried Homicide (Wednesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 5).
The Hero (TNT, Thursdays, 8 ET/PT, June 6) New competition series starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson brings together nine ordinary people who must prove they have what it takes to be heroes.
72 Hours (TNT, Thursdays, 9 ET/PT, June 6) New reality competition drops teams of strangers into the wilderness with a bottle of water, a GPS tracking device, and three days to find a briefcase filled with cash.
Burn Notice (USA, Thursdays, 9 ET/PT, June 6) The seventh and final season for ousted spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) and his crew.
L.A. Hair (WE, Thursdays, 10 ET/PT, June 6) African-American hairdressing diva Kim Kimble opens her salon in West Hollywood.
Graceland (USA, Thursdays, 10 ET/PT, June 6) Undercover agents from the FBI, DEA and U.S. Customs share a repossessed California beach house in a new USA drama.
Sam & Cat (Nickelodeon, Saturdays, 8 ET/PT, June 8) A twofer spinoff teams Jennette McCurdy (as iCarly's Sam Puckett) and Ariana Grande (as Victorious' Cat Valentine) as roommates who start a babysitting service.
Xtreme Waterparks (Travel, Sundays, 8 ET/PT, June 9) Returning series showcases water slides; pairs with Insane Coaster Wars, also self-explanatory, at 8:30.
Mountain Men (History, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 9) Season 2 offers new faces and greater challenges: Rich Lewis, a mountain lion hunter; George Michaud, a trapper devoted to Native American techniques in the Tetons; and Charlie Tucker, an axman-turned-fur-trapper in northern Maine.
Ice Road Truckers (History, Sunday, 10 ET/PT, June 9) The truckers continue to struggle along treacherous winter roads in Season 7.
HGTV Star (HGTV, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 9) Competitors showcase their creative design talents in hopes of a slot on the network. (Same show, new name, minus the "Design.")
Falling Skies (TNT, Sundays, premiere 9 ET/PT June 9, then moves to 10 p.m.) Season 3 follows a band of gutsy survivors, lead by Noah Wyle and Moon Bloodgood, as they take on space invaders.
Switched at Birth (ABC Family, Mondays, 8 ET/PT, June 10) Regina (Constance Marie) returns from rehab to live with the Kennish family, who took her in, and their biological daughter Daphne (Katie Leclerc).
Major Crimes (TNT, Mondays, 9 ET/PT, June 10) Mary McDonnell is back as LAPD Capt. Sharon Raydor in Season 2 of this law-and-order spinoff of The Closer.
King & Maxwell (TNT, Mondays, 10 ET/PT, June 10) New crime drama stars Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn as ex-Secret Service agents teamed as private investigators in D.C.
The Daily Show (Comedy Central, Mondays-Thursdays, 11 ET/PT, June 10) Correspondent John Oliver takes over the anchor desk for the summer. Permanent host Jon Stewart returns Sept. 3.
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, Tuesdays, 8 ET/PT, June 11) The Liars look to Mona (Janel Parrish) for help figuring out A's newest scheme.
Twisted (ABC Family, Tuesdays, 9 ET/PT, June 11) A teenage boy (Victorious' Avan Jogia) returns home after five years in juvenile detention, only to become the prime suspect in a classmate's murder.
Royal Pains (USA, Wednesdays, 9 ET/PT, June 12) Head back to the Hamptons for a fifth season with doctor-on-demand Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein).
Necessary Roughness (USA, Wednesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 12) John Stamos comes aboard as a sports marketing agent looking to sign Dr. Dani (Callie Thorne).
Couples Therapy (VH1, Wednesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 12) Dr. Jenn Berman puts her expertise to work helping celebs keep relationships alive. Among clients: Flavor Flav, Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis.
House of Curves (WE, Thursdays, 10 ET/PT, June 13) Inside the life of Atlanta-based plus-sized fashion designer Kenyatta Jones.
Sullivan & Son (TBS, Thursdays, 10 ET/PT, June 13) Season 2 of the comedy with Steve Byrne as a Manhattan corporate attorney who moves back to Pittsburgh to take over his parents' pub.
Magic City (Starz, Fridays, 9 ET/PT, June 14) A new season of the Vegas-in-Miami period piece, with Ike (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) struggling to free his Miramar Playa Hotel from the grip of mobster Ben "The Butcher" (Danny Huston).
True Blood (HBO, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 16) Human-vampire relations are at a new low in Season 6, and the fact that reincarnated vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer) now has a god complex won't help matters. A Bianco summer pick.
Honey Do (TLC, Mondays, 10 ET/PT, June 17) A team of hunky handymen comes to the aid of wives with long "honey-do" lists and their overwhelmed husbands.
Blood and Oil (Discovery, Tuesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 18) The blue-collar Cutter family is determined to keep their small oil company alive in Ohio's oil boom, after the death of the patriarch, in a new reality series.
Battleground Afghanistan (NatGeo, Wednesdays, 9 ET/PT, June 19) As the war enters its 10th year, NatGeo embeds with the most highly decorated unit in the Marine Corps.
Franklin and Bash (TNT, Wednesdays, 9 ET/PT, June 19) Young, brash buddy lawyers (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Breckin Meyer) continue to shake things up at a buttoned-down law firm. Heather Locklear joins the cast.
Hot in Cleveland (TV Land, Wednesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 19) A new season of the sitcom starring Betty White, Jane Leeves, Valerie Bertinelli and Wendie Malick kicks off with a special live episode.
Futurama (Comedy Central, Wednesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 19) It's the final season for Fry, Bender and the gang, but at least this time, the show knows the end is coming. (Sept. 4, to be precise.)
Wilfred (FX, Thursdays, 10 ET/PT, June 20) The comedy revolves around Ryan (Elijah Wood), who struggles to make his way in the world until he forms a unique friendship with Wilfred (comedian Jason Gann), his neighbor's dog.
Celebrity Wife Swap (ABC, Sundays, 8 ET/PT, June 23) Return of the reality series in which two semi-famous households swap moms for a week and judge each others' lives.
Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 23) Season 5 of this comedic drama, which centers on the misadventures of an aspiring model who died in a car crash and returned in a plus-sized lawyer's body (Brooke Elliott).
Whodunnit? (ABC, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 23) CSI creator Anthony Zuiker produces his first reality series, which turns the forensic investigation skills of 13 players toward uncovering evidence to reveal the "killer" among them, a la Clue.
Crossing Lines (NBC, Sundays, 10 ET/PT, premieres June 23 at 9) Investigators from the International Criminal Court track cross-border crimes in this summer drama starring William Fichtner and Donald Sutherland.
Devious Maids (Lifetime, Sundays, 10 ET/PT, June 23) Ana Ortiz and Susan Lucci star in this new scripted series set in Beverly Hills mansions where the rich and their help collide over power, illicit affairs and the murder of a beloved housemaid.
Copper (BBC America, Sundays, 10 ET/PT, June 23) Alfre Woodard joins the Copper cast, which we rejoin just prior to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, as New York's Irish and black communities try to find their footing amid the changing politics.
Naked and Afraid (Discovery, Sundays, 10 ET/PT, premieres June 23 at 10:20) Each week, two strangers are dropped into one of the world's most extreme climates for 21 days with no food, water or clothing. Brrrr.
Under the Dome (CBS, Mondays, 10 ET/PT, June 24) The big-ticket summer drama, based on the hit Stephen King novel about a mysterious, impenetrable dome that descends over a town and seals it off from the world. Produced by Steven Spielberg. A Bianco summer pick.
Rizzoli & Isles (TNT, Tuesdays, 9 ET/PT, June 25) Season 4 of Boston-set crime drama starring Angie Harmon as a city police detective and Sasha Alexander as a medical examiner.
Perception (TNT, Tuesdays, 10 ET/PT, June 25) Season 2 of crime drama starring Eric McCormack as an eccentric neuroscience professor recruited by the FBI to help solve their most challenging cases.
Big Brother (CBS, Tuesdays at 9 ET/PT, Wednesdays at 9 and Sundays at 8, June 26) An even-longer season for the household elimination peep-show series.
Dexter (Showtime, Sundays, 9 ET/PT, June 30) As the eighth and final season begins, Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) is now invested in keeping Dexter's (Michael C. Hall) secret safe.
Ray Donovan (Showtime, Sundays, 10 ET/PT, June 30) Liev Schreiber plays a fixer to the rich and famous in Los Angeles, making all their problems go away. A Bianco summer pick.
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