by Laura Nachman
June 23, 2005
Griffin of Bravo's "My Life On The D-List"
There are more new reality shows than lightning bugs this summer.
Tommy Hilfiger tries to find the next great designer on “The Cut” on CBS Thursdays at 8 p.m.
We’ll see if “Being Bobby Brown” on Bravo debuting June 30 is as “good” as “Britney and Kevin: Chaotic.”
Paris’ mom, Kathy trains the latest flock of actors and actresses who say “I Want to Be A Hilton” on NBC Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Detroit Lions’ rookie Sean Cody makes agents suck-up on national television when he tries to find his “Super Agent” on Spike TV debuting July 22.
Nineties refugee Pauly Shore is back “Minding The Store” on TBS July 17. Shore will try to resurrect his mother’s famous comedy club “The Comedy Store.”
It’s “The Hogan Family” again, not Valerie Harper but Hulk, in “Hogan Knows Best” on VH1 beginning July 10.
See real lawyers try cases in “The Law Firm” on NBC July 28.
“Rock Star” searches for a lead singer for INXS July 11 on CBS.
Permanent pest Kathy Griffin turns her hilarious special into a series in “My Life on the D List” beginning on Bravo August 3.
“Battle of the Reality Network Stars” says it all. It begins on Bravo August 10.
Bruce Jenner’s sons are “The Princes of Malibu” on Fox beginning July 10.
Sean Hayes of “Will and Grace” is the celebrity behind “Situation Comedy” on Bravo in July.
“Venus and Serena: For Real” follows the tennis playing Williams sisters on ABC Family Channel July 21.
And “Tommy Lee Goes to College” on NBC beginning August 16.
This year’s NBC-10 shore traffic reporter is David Gunning.
If “Live 8” and Elton John aren’t enough music, the “WMGK Let Freedom Rock Fest” with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Blue Oyster Cult takes place at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken, NJ July 4.