The Gawker Guide to Summer TelevisionBrian Moylan5/26/11 5:20pmFiled to: PreviewsTelevisionSummer previewsummer TVNbcAbcCBSFoxUsatntParis HiltonGleeOxygenElijah Woodgordon ramsayRocco DispiritoBravoRoundupSingle ladiesMillion Dollar DecoratorsFranklin and BashLove in the wildLove BitesTeen wolfThe Glee Project9 Lives of Chloe King101 Ways to Leave a Game ShowFalling skiesExpedition impossibleWilfred163EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWith so many season finales airing this week, you might think that Americans turn off their TV sets after Memorial Day weekend and only turn it back on again in September. But this is America! All we care about is TV (and food)! Here are some of the new shows—and returning favorites—that will make lying in air-conditioned bliss that much more enjoyable until Labor Day. Summer TV is a bit different than what airs during the rest of the year. Many of the big-budget series are on hiatus and some networks pad out their schedules with crappy reruns.