There’s a lot to watch on TV this summer, including new seasons of reality competitions, dramas and comedies. Make sure you don’t miss any of these season premieres.


“Teen Wolf”

For those of you who loved 80s film, this show can bring back those fond memories. Join Scott as he masters being a wolf, while avoiding the dangers presented by his enemies. See how Scott and Allison’s relationship will play out, as the two are on opposites sides of the battle.

Check it out: 11 p.m. on Sunday, June 3 and 10 p.m. on Monday, June 4 on MTV

“Hell’s Kitchen”

If you like an enraged chef and culinary competitions, FOX has a show for you. In its 10th season, Gordon Ramsay welcomes 18 new restaurateurs to compete for the ultimate prize of becoming head chef at NYC’s BLT Steak.

Check it out: 8 p.m. on Monday, June 4 and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5 on FOX

“Pretty Little Liars”

Last time we left the liars, Spencer had just barely escaped impending doom at the hands of Mona, aka “A.” Viewers might have thought the trouble was over for the liars, as A was captured, but they were wrong. Watch Season 3, as Spencer, Aria, Hanna and Emily take on their new enemy.

Check it out: 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5 on ABC Family

“Royal Pains”

Interested in a good medical dramedy? Then tune into “Royal Pains” as it starts its fourth season. The show follows Dr. Hank and his crew as they attend to the medical anomalies of the rich and famous. It’s kind of like “House, M.D.,” but with a twist.

Check it out: 9 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6 on USA

”True Blood”

The show all vampire-loving, werewolf-obsessed fans love is coming back for a fifth season. Try not to scream. Season 4 ended with a lot of death and resurrections. Season 5 will pick up where Season 4 left off and will reveal how Eric turned Pam. So if you want a supernatural break from the real world, tune in to “True Blood.”

Check it out: 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 10 on HBO



Welcome back to the life of Nancy Botwin, your everyday suburban mom who sells marijuana to support her family. This American comedy details the life of the Botwins as they become deeper entangled in illegal activities. Plus, returning viewers will get answers to big questions like who shot Nancy and her family at the end of Season 7.

Check it out: 10 p.m. on Sunday, July 1 on Showtime

“Breaking Bad”

The fifth and final season of “Breaking Bad” will premiere in two parts, with the first part debuting sometime in July and the second part in 2013. Follow Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher suffering from a mid-life crisis who discovers he has lung cancer, as he turns to a life of crime to earn some extra cash. This season will pick up right where the explosive fourth season left off: the demise of Gus, thanks to the well-executed plan by Walter and Jesse.

Check it out: 10 p.m. on Sundays on AMC (exact premiere date to be determined)