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NBC announces summer schedule

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This summer on NBC, it’s the end of an era for “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and the continuation of the search for the next “Voice.”

The peacock network unveiled its summer schedule. Some familiar favorites — “The Marriage Ref,” 'America’s Got Talent” — return, but the following are among its new offerings: the musical competition series “The Voice,” new game show “Still Standing” (working title), based on the Israeli series of the same title, which sees 10 components competing in 10 fast-paced and dramatic trivia battles, “Love in the Wild,” an adventure dating series (think ‘The Bachelor’ meets ‘Amazing Race’) and “It’s Worth That?,” a game show hosted by comedian Cedric “The Entertainer” that sees a pair of contestants tasked with discerning the price of items.

And after being off the air for four months, “Law & Order: Los Angeles” returns April 11, with episodes bleeding into summer.

Here’s the full slate:

-- “America’s Got Talent” returns for its sixth season on Tuesday, May 31 (9-11 p.m.)
-- “The Marriage Ref” returns for its second season on Sunday, June 26 (10-11 p.m.).
-- “The Voice” will have a two-hour premiere April 26 and will subsequently air Tuesdays (8-9 p.m.) through June.
--The final season of ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’ will begin airing Monday, May 30 (9-10 p.m.)
-- “Law & Order: Los Angeles” will air Mondays, 10-11 p.m.
--The last season of “Friday Night Lights” (Fridays, 8-9 p.m.) also continues well into the summer.
-- “Still Standing” days and times TBA
-- “Love in the Wild” days and times TBA


-- Yvonne Villarreal
twitter.com/villarrealy


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