CBS is making its summer reality plans. The network said today that its unscripted juggernaut Big Brother will launch its 25th season with a 90-minute special on Wednesday, Aug. 2, and then air Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. and Thursdays at 9.
Fox on Wednesday revealed summer premiere dates for shows including Crime Scene Kitchen, Beat Shazam, Don’t Forget The Lyrics, Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars and MasterChef. Dates for So You Think You Can Dance and Domino Masters are among the titles yet to be announced.
NBC has announced its summer slate, which includes new seasons of America’s Got Talent and American Ninja Warrior, as well as the premieres of Hot Wheels: Ultimate Challenge and docuseries LA Fire & Rescue.
Season 24 of the summertime staple Big Brother will kick off in early July alongside the CBS premiere of The Challenge: USA, the latest incarnation of the long-running MTV competition series. Big Brother 24 will open its house’s doors on Wednesday, July 6, at 8/7c with a 90-minute episode, followed by the 90-minute premiere of The Challenge: USA (both of which will also be available to stream live and on demand on the CBS app and Paramount+).
Fox has shared its summer premieres, which include Beat Shazam returning June 3. Jamie Foxx hosts the interactive game show as it enters season four.
ABC has unveiled its line-up of summer premiere dates, including the final season of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and Holey Moley II: The Sequel.
The network has unveiled its line-up of summer premieres, including the returning Burden of Truth as well as a lineup of familiar faces ranging from improv comedians to undercover cops.
The network announces its premiere dates for the nonfiction shows, The Catalina and Breaking Pointe, documenting the lives of young people at work and play.
The network’s freshman singing competition Duets will launch Thursday, May 24, with a two-hour premiere.
The ninth season of So You Think You Can Dance bows in May with Hell’s Kitchen, Masterchef and Hotel Hell also receiving dates on the schedule.