In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, ABC recently announced their Summer Lineup.

The network will be serving up The Bachelorette at 9 p.m. on Monday, May 18. After that the show will move to the 8 p.m. time period. It will feature former Bachelor contestant, Jillian Harris.

After that, at 10 p.m. starting Monday May 25 will be Here Come the Newlyweds. On July 20, Here Come the Newlyweds will be replaced with Dating in the Dark. This is yet another dating show in which couples go out but don't see each other first.

On June 23, ABC will bring out The Superstars at 8 p.m.. This show will run for 6 episodes and feature athletes doing such things as swimming, biking, running and kayaking.

Wipeout comes back to the network on Wednesday, May 27 at 8 p.m.

On that same night, Mike Judge's new animated show The Goode Family will come on at 9 p.m. The show looks at a group of politically incorrect friends.

Starting July 8, I Survived a Japanese Game Show will run in that time period for its second season.

Lastly, ABC will use the 10 p.m. slot "on summer Saturdays, airing remaining episodes of Pushing Daisies, Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money. Pushing Daisiesreturns to the schedule May 30-June 13, Eli Stone from June 20-July 11 and Dirty Sexy Money from July 18-Aug. 8."