Hate reality television and looking for a good time to go on vacation? This summer would be a good time to cash in those frequent-flyer miles and get far, far away from the tube. NBC has already loaded its "All-American Summer" with reality programming, and it appears that ABC is of the same mind.
The network released details of its summer schedule yesterday, touting the launch of eight series--all of which require no scriptwriters.
Leading things off on May 19 will be a two-hour premiere of the fourth edition of The Bachelorette. This chapter of the show stars the once-shunned DeAnna Pappas from last season's The Bachelor on the other side of things--she'll be the one picking from 25 potential suitors.
On May 26, The Mole will surface for its fifth go on television. The new edition will keep the tried-and-true formula of the show: a group of ...Read more