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OWN has announced its summer lineup, which will include more episodes of Oprah's Next Chapter and Our America with Lisa Ling and six new series.

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Oprah's Next Chapter, which currently airs on Sundays at 9/8c, will continue through the summer, including an episode in which Winfrey visits the home of Neil Patrick Harris and partner David Burtka. On the new season of Our America with Lisa Ling (returns Sunday, June 10 at 10/9c), Ling will investigate Native American culture, the life of a nun, the "swingers" scene and teen pregnancy, among other topics.

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Also announced were the following new shows:

Lives on Fire (Friday, June 8 at 9/8c) follows four female firefighters in Riverside County, Calif.

Lovetown, USA (August 2012) Two relationship coaches in Kingsland, Ga., will transform the town into a place where everyone can "open their arms and hearts to the possibilities of all kinds of love."

Million Dollar Neighborhood (Saturday, June 9 at 9/8c) tells the story of the debt-ridden town of Aldergrove, where residents will attempt to increase their net worth by a million dollars within three months.

Real Life: The Musical (Saturday, June 9 at 10/9c) Each week, Broadway hopefuls will work with a vocal coach and choreographer to surprise someone they love with a "flash musical."

Super Saver Showdown (July 2012) is a competition series that pits two bargain hunters against each other to throw the best party on a budget. The winner gets $10,000.

Previously announced game show Are you Normal, America? will debut on Monday, June 4 at 9/8c).