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  • Deputy Linda (Natalie Martinez), left, and her fiancÚ, Rusty (Josh Carter), find themselves separated by a massive transparent dome in CBS' "Under the Dome," starting Monday, June 24.

      Deputy Linda (Natalie Martinez), left, and her fiancÚ, Rusty (Josh Carter), find themselves separated by a massive transparent dome in CBS' "Under the Dome," starting Monday, June 24.

  • Mackenzie (Rachel Griffiths) tries to get a fresh start after her husband leaves her in NBC's "Camp," also starring Charles Grounds.

      Mackenzie (Rachel Griffiths) tries to get a fresh start after her husband leaves her in NBC's "Camp," also starring Charles Grounds.

  • Bruce Boxleitner, a suburban native and Prospect High School alumnus, co-stars in "Cedar Cove," new this summer on the Hallmark Channel.

      Bruce Boxleitner, a suburban native and Prospect High School alumnus, co-stars in "Cedar Cove," new this summer on the Hallmark Channel.

 
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Debuted this week

"King & Maxwell" (9 p.m. Monday on TNT): Two private eyes (Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn) use their Secret Service skills to crack cases.

"Deon Cole's Black Box" (9 p.m. Monday on TBS): Comedian and "Conan" writer lands his own show, in which he riffs on popular video clips.

"Twisted" (8 p.m. Tuesday on ABC Family): Dark, even for an ABC Family drama. A troubled 16-year-old becomes a suspect in the murder of a classmate.

"Dig Wars" (9 p.m. Wednesday on Travel): Relic hunters compete in a nationwide hunt for artifacts.

"House of Curves" (9 p.m. Thursday on WE tv): Atlanta-based fashion designer Kenyatta Jones runs a plus-size clothing line.

Premiering this summer

Sunday, June 23

"Whodunnit?" (8 p.m. on ABC): "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" (8 p.m. on NBC): In this drama, an International Criminal Court investigates global criminals. Donald Sutherland stars.

"Naked and Afraid" (9:20 p.m. on Discovery): Naked couples try to survive in the wilderness.

"Inside Man" (9 p.m. on CNN): 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" (9 p.m. on CBS): Adapted from Stephen King's novel, a small town is sealed off from the rest of the world in a mysterious and unbreakable dome.

Sunday, July 1

"Siberia" (9 p.m. on NBC): 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.

Monday, July 8

"Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls" (8 p.m. on NBC): The famed adventurer takes 20 people on an "extreme survival" journey in New Zealand's South Island.

Tuesday, July 9

"Property Envy" (9 p.m. on Bravo): 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" (9 p.m. on NBC): 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 ..." (8 p.m. on NBC): A hybrid of singing competitions and game shows, crooners must perform songs and avoid cash temptations. Nick Lachey hosts.

"Hollywood Game Night" (9 p.m. on NBC): Celebs and ordinary people are quizzed on showbiz trivia.

Sunday, July 14

"Adam Richman's Fandemonium" (9 p.m. on Travel): Adam Richman ("Man vs. Food") roams the country to find avid fans of pretty much anything you can be a fan of.

Tuesday, July 16

"Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (7 p.m. on CW): 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" (8 p.m. on CW): 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" (8 p.m. on Syfy): Joe Rogan, a paranormal mystery addict, searches for answers to various questions about the universe.

"Deal With It" (9 p.m. on TBS): 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" (7 p.m. on Hallmark): 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.

Tuesday, July 24

"The Vineyard" (9 p.m. on ABC Family): A group of 20-somethings frolic and wreak havoc on Martha's Vineyard for a summer.

Wednesday, July 25

"Spell-Mageddon" (8 p.m. on ABC Family): A manic spelling bee for grown-ups.

Thursday, July 25

"Glam & Gold" (9 p.m. on WE tv): 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 (10 p.m. on Fox): The network launches an animated programming block with 15-minute animated comedies.

Sunday, July 28

"Total Divas" (9 p.m. on E!): Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes with the WWE Divas? (Ever?)

Wednesday, July 31

"Capture" (8 p.m. on CW): 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.

Sunday, Aug. 11

"Low Winter Sun" (9 p.m. on AMC): Set in Detroit, a detective murders a cop and gets involved in the underworld.

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