As spring TV shows come to an end, it’s time to look forward to all the summer shows starting up, both new and returning.

There’s plenty of reality TV to tune in to, including The Bachelorette, So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Got Talent, MasterChef, Big Brother and Bachelor in Paradise. The networks are also getting ready to flood the airwaves with lots of game shows like To Tell the Truth, Celebrity Family Feud, The $100,000 Pyramid and Match Game.

Or if scripted fare is more your style, get ready for the return of Orange is the New Black, Pretty Little Liars, Suits, Mr. Robot and many more. And as far as new dramas are concerned, CBS is debuting BrainDead, from the creators of The Good Wife, and American Gothic.

Take a look at premiere dates for the TV shows airing in summer 2016 on broadcast networks, cable and streaming services:

Friday, May 20:
Lady Dynamite, Netflix
8pm: Masters of Illusion, The CW

Sunday, May 22:
10pm: Preacher, AMC

     Notes: The show moves to its regular 9pm timeslot starting on June 5.

Monday, May 23:
9pm: The Bachelorette, ABC
9pm: Whose Line is it Anyway?, The CW

Tuesday, May 24:
8pm: Hotel Hell, FOX

Wednesday, May 25:
9pm: Wayward Pines, FOX

Friday, May 27:
Bloodline, Netflix

Monday, May 30:
8pm: So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation, FOX
10pm: Mistresses, ABC

11pm: Scream, MTV

Tuesday, May 31:
8pm: America’s Got Talent, NBC
10pm: Maya and Marty in Manhattan, NBC

Wednesday, June 1:
8pm: MasterChef, FOX
8pm: American Ninja Warrior, NBC

     Notes: After two Wednesday episodes, the show moves to its regular Monday timeslot on June 13.
8pm: Young and Hungry, Freeform
8:30pm: Baby Daddy, Freeform (Mid-Season Premiere)
9pm: Kingdom, DirecTV (Mid-Season Premiere)
10pm: The Night Shift, NBC

Thursday, June 2:
9pm: Beauty and the Beast, The CW

Sunday, June 5:
10pm: Feed the Beast, AMC

     Notes: The show moves to Tuesdays starting on June 7.

Monday, June 6:

9pm: Devious Maids, Lifetime
9pm: Rizzoli and Isles, TNT
10pm: UnREAL, Lifetime

Tuesday, June 7:
Casual, Hulu

Saturday, June 11:
9pm: Hell on Wheels, AMC (Mid-Season Premiere)
10pm: The American West, AMC

Sunday, June 12:
9pm: The Last Ship, TNT

     Notes: The premiere is a two-hour episode.
10pm: Ride with Norman Reedus, AMC

Monday, June 13:
9pm: Guilt, Freeform
10pm: BrainDead, CBS
10pm: Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge, NBC

     Notes: The show moves to its regular 9pm timeslot starting on June 23.
10pm: Major Crimes, TNT

Tuesday, June 14:
8pm and 10pm: To Tell the Truth, ABC

     Notes: The show’s regular timeslot is 10pm.
9pm: Uncle Buck, ABC

     Notes: Two episodes air on premiere night.
9pm: Animal Kingdom, TNT

     Notes: The premiere is two hours.

10pm: Wrecked, TBS

Thursday, June 16:
9pm: Aquarius, NBC

     Notes: After the two-hour commercial-free premiere, the show moves to its regular 10pm timeslot starting on June 23.

Friday, June 17:
Orange is the New Black, Netflix

Sunday, June 19:
10pm: Murder in the First, TNT
10pm: The Jim Gaffigan Show, TV Land 

Monday, June 20:
8pm: The Fosters, Freeform

Tuesday, June 21:
8pm: Pretty Little Liars, Freeform
10pm: Queen of the South, USA

Wednesday, June 22:
8pm: Big Brother, CBS

     Notes: The show continues on Thursdays at 9pm and Sundays at 8pm.
10pm: American Gothic, CBS

Thursday, June 23:
8pm: BattleBots, ABC

Sunday, June 26:
8pm: Celebrity Family Feud, ABC
9pm: The $100,000 Pyramid, ABC
9pm: Ray Donovan, Showtime
10pm: Match Game, ABC
10pm: Roadies, Showtime

Tuesday, June 28:
9pm: Zoo, CBS

9pm: Dead of Summer, Freeform

Thursday, June 30:
9pm: Greatest Hits, ABC
10pm: Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, FX

Friday, July 1:
Marco Polo, Netflix
9pm: Killjoys, Syfy
10pm: Dark Matters, Syfy

Wednesday, July 6:
10pm: Tyrant, FX

Sunday, July 10:
9pm: The Night Of, HBO

Monday, July 11:
8pm: Penn & Teller: Fool Us, The CW

Tuesday, July 12:
Difficult People, Hulu

Wednesday, July 13:
9pm: Suits, USA
10pm: Mr. Robot, USA

Friday, July 15:
East Los High, Hulu
Stranger Things, Netflix

Sunday, July 17:
10pm: Ballers, HBO
10:30pm: Vice Principals, HBO

Friday, July 22:
Degrassi: Next Class, Netflix

Tuesday, August 2:
8pm: Bachelor in Paradise, ABC

     Notes: The show will air Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm starting on August 8.

Tuesday, August 9:
9pm: Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise, ABC

Friday, August 12:
The Get Down, Netflix

Monday, August 22:
10pm: Cheer Squad, Freeform

Sunday, August 28:
10pm: The Strain, FX

Wednesday, August 31:
10pm: You’re the Worst, FXX

(Images courtesy of ABC, Netflix and Freeform)

Jeff Dodge

Staff Writer, BuddyTV

Jeff Dodge, a graduate of Western Washington University, has been a TV news editor for many years and has had the chance to interview multiple reality show stars, including Randy Jackson, Nick Cannon, Heidi Klum, Mel B and John Cena.