It's a jam-packed summer for TV with new series on CBS (the controversial "Big Brother" and "Survivor") and NBC ("Sammy"), as well as new series, specials and movies on cable and PBS. The cable networks have new episodes of such series as HBO's "Oz," Showtime's "Stargate SG1" and "The Outer Limits" and MTV's "The Real World" and "Road Trip." Meanwhile, USA unveils three new series in July.
Throughout June, A&E will have all new installments of its popular "Biography" franchise. In August, the Discovery Channel kicks off its 13th annual "Shark Week" showcase with the network's first 3-D special. Here's a look at what's on tap this summer.
"The Rockies": Peter Fonda hosts a four-part documentary on the Rocky Mountains. June 19-22. The History Channel.
"Was Justice Denied?": Documentary exploring two potential cases of wrongful imprisonment. June 20. TNT.
"Walt Disney World Summer Jam Concert": Christina Aguilera headlines. June 23. ABC.
"Greener Grass: Cuba, Baseball and the United States": Documentary on the nations' shared passion for baseball. June 26. KCET.
"Howard Hughes: His Women and His Movies": An examination of Hughes' exploits with actresses. June 27. TCM.
"Hollywood at Your Feet: The Story of the Chinese Theatre Footprints": A look at the famed movie theater and its court of footprints and signatures. June 27. AMC.
"A Capitol Fourth": Barry Bostwick hosts the annual holiday concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. July 4. KCET and KVCR.
"Pops Goes the Fourth!": Keith Lockhart conducts the festive concert featuring the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra. July 4. A&E.
"Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular": A pyrotechnic spectacular from New York City. July 4. NBC.
"Great Street: Fifth Avenue With Brian Stokes Mitchell": The star of "Ragtime" gives viewers a walking tour from Washington Square to Harlem. July 5. KCET and KVCR.
"When It Was a Game III": Exploration of baseball's last decade of innocence, the '60s. July 17. HBO.
"Buena Vista Social Club": Wim Wenders Oscar-nominated documentary about a group of veteran Cuba musicians. July 19. KCET and KVCR.
" 'N Sync Live from Madison Square Garden": The red-hot teen dreams perform their greatest hits. July 17. HBO.
"Without Lying Down": Documentary on silent screenwriter Frances Marion. Aug. 3. TCM.
"Resurrection Blvd": Dramatic series featuring Latinos in front of and behind the cameras. Michael DeLorenzo and Elizabeth Pena star. June 26. Showtime.
"Soul Food": Based on the hit 1997 film, this series revolves around an African American Chicago family. June 28. Showtime.
"Young Americans": WB's latest teen drama. July 12. WB.
"Strong Medicine": Janine Turner headlines a medical drama produced by Whoopi Goldberg. July 23. Lifetime.
"Sammy": David Spade is the voice of a father and his son in this animated comedy loosely based on his relationship with his real-life father. July 25. NBC.
"Bull": A team of Wall Street investment bankers break away from an established firm to start their own company. Stanley Tucci is featured. Aug. 15. TNT.
"Mysterious Ways": Adrian Pasdar headlines a drama about inexplicable phenomena. Aug. 22. PAX.
MOVIES AND MINISERIES
"Timeshare": Romantic comedy starring Timothy Dalton and Natassja Kinski. June 18. Fox Family.
"Deadlocked": Thriller starring David Caruso and Charles S. Dutton. June 18. TNT.
"Daydream Believers: The Monkees Story": A look at how four young actors were cast in the cult 1960s TV series. June 28. VH1.
"Longitude": Jeremy Irons stars in a four-hour drama about the discovery of how to determine longitude at sea. July 9. A&E.
"Who Killed Atlanta's Children?": Drama about the 1970s Atlanta child murders starring Gregory Hines. July 16. Showtime.
"Nuremberg": Alec Baldwin stars in a four-hour drama about the famed Nazi trials. July 16 and 17. TNT.
"Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story": Megan Follows returns as Anne in the two-part final installment in the "Anne of Green Gables" trilogy. July 23 and 30. KCET and KVCR.
"House Divided": Drama starring Jennifer Beals and Sam Waterston. July 30. Showtime.
"The Truth About Jane": Stockard Channing plays the mother of a 15-year-old gay daughter. Aug. 7. Lifetime.
"Running Mates": Tom Selleck stars in a comedy drama about presidential politics and Hollywood. Aug. 13. TNT.
"High Noon": Remake of the Gary Cooper classic Western starring Tom Skerritt as the brave lawman. Aug. 20. TBS.