Three shows shot in metro Atlanta are coming back this summer: VH1’s “Single Ladies” with a new leading lady on Monday, followed by Lifetime’s “Drop Dead Diva” and MTV’s “Teen Wolf” after the MTV Movie Awards Sunday night.
Atlanta’s Vern Yip, the longest-running member of “HGTV Design Star,” will return as well on Tuesday night.
And expect lots of death and pettiness during History’s most ambitious scripted effort to date, “Hatfields & McCoys,” which will air over three nights starting Monday.
The CW introduces two new summer shows while ABC closes shop on “Cougar Town,” which moves to TBS early next year.
And there are a raft of new reality shows that sound like old ones revolving around collectibles (”Final Offer” on Discovery), hairstyling (”L.A. Hair” on WE) and scruffy men (”Mountain Men” on History).
“The Bachelorette” 8 p.m. ABC — Emily and one of the bachelors get serenaded by Georgia’s own Luke Bryan.
“Cake Boss” 9 p.m. TLC (fifth season debut) — Buddy makes a