It’s summer time, you should be outside! Get some sun! Enjoy the warm weather! But I guess we all have to come inside sometime, and when we do, our beloved TV is patiently awaiting our return. This summer’s TV lineup has some exciting prospects. Here are a few to look out for:
The Next Food Network Star (Food Network June 5, 2011) The Next Food Network Star
Seventh Season of this competition show to become Food Networks next big television personality.
Luck (HBO Fall 2011) HBO Luck
Upcoming series starring Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, based around a just released prison inmate with a heavy history in gambling who gravitates toward the race track.
Trueblood (HBO June 26, 2011) HBO TrueBlood
Fourth season of the vampire series based loosely on the Sookie Stackhouse (The Southern Vampire Mysteries) series of books.
Game of Thrones (HBO [email protected]) HBO Game of Thrones
HBO’s new fantasy series based on the Song of Ice and Fire series of books by George R. R. Martin.
Camelot (Starz [email protected]) Starz Camelot
A new spin on a classic tale, Starz revamps the tale of King Arthur.
The Borgias (Showtime [email protected]) Show Time The Borgias
A historical series based around the Borgias family and their rise to power, no matter the cost.
Terra Nova (Fox Fall 2011) Fox Terra Nova
A futuristic drama where scientists develop a portal allowing travel back in time, to a prehistoric and highly dangerous land.
Wilfred (FX 2011) FX Wilfred
Elijah Woods is staring in this dark comedy on FX, where things aren’t exactly what they seem.
Falling Skies (TNT June 19, 2011) TNT Falling Skies
This science fiction drama takes place after an alien invasion, and the people who have formed a resistance.
Boardwalk Empire (HBO second season 2011) HBO Boardwalk Empire
Based in Atlantic City, New Jersey, this series follows the life of Enoch “Nucky” Johnson, a political figure slash mobster during the prohibition age.
Glee (FOX) FOX Glee
If you haven’t been watching Glee, then you don’t know what you’ve been missing! A high school group of misfits find comfort and friendship in their Glee Club. Renewed for Fall.
The Office (NBC) NBC The Office
Without Michael Scott, The Office may be a different place. Renewed for another season of crazy office goodness.
These are just a few of the many excellent shows that were either renewed, or are brand new.