NBC's summer slate will include The Marriage Ref, America's Got Talent and three new reality series, the network announced Monday.
Originally slated for midseason, Jerry Seinfeld's Marriage Ref will now premiere its second season on Sunday, June 26 at 10/9c. In a new twist, the disputing couples will be in the studio.
NBC announces season-finale dates
America's Got Talent
, the No. 1 summer series for five years, will return for its sixth season on Tuesday, May 31 at 9/8c with a two-hour premiere. It will air one-hour Tuesday episodes from June 7 to June 28 at 9/8c before resuming two-hour editions from July 5 until Sept. 6. Its Wednesday broadcasts will debut June 1 at 9/8c, continuing through Sept. 7. The two-hour season finale is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 9/8c.It's Worth What?
, a new game show hosted by Cedric The Entertainer, features a pair of contestants who must discern the prices of items in various rounds. If they are correct, they can win up to $1 million.Still Standing
, based on the hit Israeli series of the same title, challenges contestants to try to outguess other opponents in a fast-paced trivia game.
NBC's Still Standing with new competition series Love in the Wild
is an adventure dating series that follows 10 single men and 10 single women in the remote jungles of Costa Rica, where they will do such tasks as navigating through bat-infested caves. Two people will be sent home at the end of each episode.Premiere dates for the three new series have not been set.In addition, The Voice
, which premieres Tuesday, Apr. 26, and Law & Order: Los Angeles
, which returns on Monday, April 11, will both air through June. NBC will also air the final season of USA's Law & Order: Criminal Intent
, starting Monday, May 30 at 9/8c. The last season of Friday Night Lights
, premiering on NBC on Friday, April 15 at 8/7c, will air through the summer as well.