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Fox has rolled out its summer schedule, and the network is hoping to get off on the right foot with the fourth season of So You Think You Can Dance. The nationwide dance contest from the producers of American Idol mixes break-dancers with ballroom aficionados and everything in between in the search for the guy or gal with the grooviest moves. The show kicks off with a two-night premiere on May 22.

The network also unveiled plans for a new, unscripted role-reversal series tentatively titled When Women Rule the World. The series, which features a group of women picked to live in a primitive, remote location and call the shots over unsuspecting males who are used to playing boss, will combine with new episodes of Hell's Kitchen, The Moment of Truth, Cops and America's Most Wanted (as well as repeats of your favorites) to fill out the schedule.

To recap, the lineup will look something like this:

So You Think You Can Dance
Thursday, May 22, 8-10 pm/ET (season premiere, Part 1)
Wednesday, May 28, 8-10 pm/ET (season premiere, Part 2)

When Women Rule the World
Monday, June 2, 8-10 pm/ET (season premiere)
Monday, June 9, 9-10 pm/ET (regular time slot)

The Moment of Truth
Thursday, June 12, 8-9 pm/ET (new time slot)

Hell's Kitchen
Tuesdays 9-10 pm/ET (regular time slot)

Bones (repeats)
Mondays, 8-9 pm/ET (regular time slot)

House (repeats)
Tuesday, May 27, 8-9 pm/ET (new time slot)

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader (repeats)
Sunday, June 1, 7-8 pm/ET (new time slot)

- Adam Bryant