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Summer Slate Jam-Packed at NBC

baby.jpgNBC is enticing viewers to forget the beach this summer and instead tune into their reality-show packed schedule. The new line-up will include three returning shows, three brand-new series and one revamped show from another network, according to MovieWeb.

The returners include the Hulk Hogan/Leila Ali hosted "American Gladiators," "Last Comic Standing" with host Bill Bellamy and "America's Got Talent" featuring David Hasselhoff. The three shows return May 12, May 22 and June 24, respectively.

Debuting this summer are a horror anthology, a celebrity talent show and a "social experiment" series. The horror series, called "Fear Itself," will feature stand-alone suspense stories and begins May 29. "Celebrity Circus," premiering June 11, follows several stars as they train with real circus troupes and receive critiques from actual circus experts. Finally, "The Baby Borrowers" will revolve around several teen couples who must first take care of babies, then progress to toddlers, tweens, teens and senior citizens, all in the span of a few weeks. The show is based on a similar British series, and will air June 25.

Also announced was the addition of "Nashville Star," which moves from its original home over at USA Network. Following in Jewel's footsteps, Billy Ray Cyrus is this season's host. "Star" debuts on June 9. --Chris Sardelli

Posted by Chris on March 7, 2008 3:23 PM
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