Baby swaping, bloodsucking and everything in between
With scorching hot temperatures already approaching, it's time to think of some entertaining ways to stay occupied without facing the summer heat. This year's summer television lineup will help you briefly forget about the sweltering weather and intense sunrays. Here is a list of hot shows that will add some cool variety to your summer of fun.
Switched at Birth
What happens when aliens invade and take over all the major U. S. cities? Only a lucky few evade enslavement and remain free men. Tom Mason (Noah Wyle) and a small group of other free people wage war against the invaders in an effor to take back Boston. "Falling Skies" portrays both a destitute apocalypse and the inevitable conflict of people risking everything to survive.
Falling Skies Premieres on TNT Sunday, June 19 at 9 p.m.
Based on an Australian series of the same name, "Wilfred" stars Elijah Wood as Ryan, an uptight and suicidal man whose life has literally fallen apart. The golden twist to the plot is Ryan's neighbor's dog Wilfred. Although Wilfred looks and acts like a canine to everyone else, he appears as a human in a dog suit to Ryan. The off-beat relationship between Ryan and Wilfred is sure to make this quirky show a standout. Actor Jason Gann plays the "loveable” man-dog in this new series.
Wilfred debuts on FX Thursday, June 23 at 10 p.m.
Pretty Little Liars
One of USA Network's newest crime dramas "White Collar” returns with a similar plot line as hat of the past two seasons. Matt Bomer stars as Neal Caffrey, a "white collar” criminal who agrees to help the FBI catch other notorious bad guys. Caffrey uses his expertise to help catch those involved in art and securities thefts, counterfeiters and racketeers. Tim DeKay stars as Special Agent Peter Burke, an FBI agent in charge of white collar crimes, who works with Caffrey in order to bring the "white collar” criminals to justice. Plot-wise the show is the same, but its solid characters and crazy schemes keep you coming back for more.
White Collar Premieres on USA Network Tuesday, June 7 at 9 p.m.
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