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What else is on? More of summer 2013’s new shows

Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn star in TNT's new private eye drama based on characters created by David Baldacci. (Jan Thijs/TNT)

Monday, June 10

“King & Maxwell” (TNT at 10): Based on David Baldacci’s books, two private eyes (Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn) use their Secret Service skills to crack cases.

“Deon Cole’s Black Box” (TBS at 10): Comedian and “Conan” writer lands his own show, in which he riffs on popular video clips.

Tuesday, June 11

“Twisted” (ABC Family at 9): Dark, even for an ABC Family drama. A troubled 16-year-old becomes a suspect in the murder of a classmate.

Wednesday, June 12

“Dig Wars” (Travel at 10): Relic hunters compete against each other in a nationwide hunt for artifacts.

Thursday, June 13

“House of Curves” (WE tv at 10): Atlanta-based fashion designer Kenyatta Jones runs a plus-size clothing line.

Monday, June 17

“New Day” (CNN at 6 a.m.): A retooled morning show, now hosted by Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan.

Saturday, June 22

“Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret” (Lifetime at 8): Well, that was fast. Barely a month after a guilty verdict in the sensational murder trial, Lifetime is ready to go with this adaptation.

Sunday, June 23

“Whodunnit?” (ABC at 9): “CSI” creator tries a competition reality show, pitting 13 contestants against each other in a faux-crime scene scenario to win a $250,000 prize.

“Crossing Lines” (NBC at 10): In this drama, an International Criminal Court investigates global criminals. Donald Sutherland stars.

“Naked and Afraid” (Discovery at 10:20): Naked couples try to survive in the wilderness.

“Inside Man” (CNN at 10): Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock goes behind the scenes in his inimitable style, starting at a medical marijuana dispensary in California.

Monday, June 24

“Under the Dome” (CBS at 10): Adapted from Stephen King’s novel, a small town is sealed off from the rest of the world in a mysterious and unbreakable dome, leaving the inhabitants to fight among themselves.

“Miss You Can Do It” (HBO at 9): Documentary about an annual Miss You Can Do It pageant for girls with disabilities.

Saturday, June 29

“Anna Nicole” (Lifetime at 8): Original movie looks at the rise and fall of the former Vickie Lynn Hogan, who became Anna Nicole Smith.

Sunday, July 1

“Siberia” (NBC at 10): In this drama, 16 reality show contestants are dropped in the remote Siberian territory of Tunguska. Dangerous things start happening that aren’t related to the show — but have to do with the area’s mysterious past.

“Gideon’s Army” (HBO at 9): Documentary about idealistic young public defenders in the Deep South.

Monday, July 2

“Being Mary Jane” (BET at 10:30): The network’s first original drama stars Gabrielle Union as Mary Jane Paul, a successful TV news anchor juggling work, family and relationships.

Friday, July 5

“Charlie Rose Weekend” (PBS at 8:30): The TV host looks at the biggest stories from the week, and what’s coming up in the week ahead.

“Life’s Too Short Special” (HBO at 10): This special wraps up the story of “Life’s Too Short’s” actor Warwick Davis, playing a fictional version of himself as a little person trying to revive his acting career.

Monday, July 8

“Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls” (NBC at 9): The famed adventurer takes 20 people on an “extreme survival” journey in New Zealand’s South Island.

Tuesday, July 9

“Property Envy” (Bravo at 10): Property expert Jeff Lewis joins with interior designer Mary McDonald and real estate guru Brandie Malay to judge properties and home decor.

Wednesday, July 10

“Camp” (NBC at 10): Rachel Griffiths stars in this dramedy about a divorced camp director who tries to get a fresh start at Little Otter Family Camp after her husband leaves her for another woman.

Thursday, July 11

“The Winner Is . . . (NBC at 9): A hybrid of singing competitions and game shows, crooners must perform songs and avoid cash temptations. Nick Lachey hosts.

“Hollywood Game Night” (NBC at 10): Celebs and ordinary people are quizzed on showbiz trivia.

Sunday, July 14

“Adam Richman’s Fandemonium” (Travel at 10): Adam Richman (“Man vs. Food”) roams the country to find avid fans of pretty much anything you can be a fan of.

Monday, July 15

“The Crash Reel” (HBO at 9): Documentary profiles Kevin Pearce, a snowboarder who suffered a tramautic injury.

Tuesday, July 16

“Whose Line Is It Anyway?” (CW at 8): It’s back! Original cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie return six years after the show went off the air, playing improv games; Aisha Tyler hosts.

“Perfect Score” (CW at 9): Game show gives players a chance to win a date — or even better, cash — if they can identify who will be their perfect match.

“Joe Rogan Questions Everything” (Syfy at 9) Joe Rogan, a paranormal mystery addict, searches for answers to various questions about the universe.

“Deal With It” (TBS at 10): Hidden-camera show gives unsuspecting people a challenge to prank their friends, as they must obey all instructions given through an earpiece from producers in a secret control room.

Saturday, July 20

“Cedar Cove” (Hallmark at 8): The network’s first original drama has been endlessly delayed. Andie MacDowell stars as a judge in a small town; based on the Debbie Macomber book series.

Monday, July 22

“The Cheshire Murders” (HBO at 9): Documentary about a triple rape-arson-homicide in a small Connecticut town in 2007.

Tuesday, July 24

“The Vineyard” (ABC Family at 10): A group of 20-somethings frolic and wreak havoc on Martha’s Vineyard for a summer.

Wednesday, July 25

“Spell-Mageddon” (ABC Family at 8): A manic spelling bee for grownups.

Thursday, July 25

“Glam & Gold” (WE tv at 10): Olympic track and field athlete Sanya Richards-Ross and her husband, NFL star Aaron Ross (last seen on “Platinum Weddings”) get their own reality show.

Saturday, July 27

Animation Domination High-Def (Fox at 11): The network launches an animated programming block with 15-minute animated comedies.

Sunday, July 28

“Total Divas” (E! at 10): Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes with the WWE Divas? (Ever?)

Monday, July 29

“First Comes Love” (HBO at 9): Filmmaker Nina Davenport’s documentary about her attempts to conceive a child.

Wednesday, July 31

“Capture” (CW at 9): A dozen teams enter “the Arena” in this wilderness competition, hunting each other down and competing for resources for a $250,000 grand prize. Like “Survivor,” but more ominous-sounding.

Monday, Aug. 5

“Casting By” (HBO at 9): Documentary about the unsung heroes of Hollywood: the casting directors.

Sunday, Aug. 11

“Low Winter Sun” (AMC at 10): Set in Detroit, a detective murders a cop and gets involved in the underworld. (Based on a British miniseries.)

Tuesday, Sept. 3

“Cold Justice” (TNT at 10): Docu-series follows two female investigators, a Texas prosector and Las Vegas crime scene expert, who focus on small town murder cases that have dragged on for years.

Emily Yahr covers pop culture and entertainment for the Post. Follow her on Twitter @EmilyYahr.
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