Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's retired superstar mentors the current crowd in this fresh half-hour.(June 21 at , HBO) The premium cabler rounds out its powerhouse summer Sunday lineup with a geopolitical crisis."The Eighties" has been ordered.) Tyrant (June 16 at 10, FX) Considering current crises in the Middle East, this drama's Season 2 steps into a minefield: Adam Rayner's long-Americanized member of a ruling family finds himself dragged deeper into moral and political crosscurrents.
It's the first of ABC Family's five summer reality shows.Odd Mom Out (June 8 at 10, Bravo) After scoring with its scripted hour "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce," the reality-reliant cabler tries comedy: Author Jill Kargman navigates the uppity Upper East Side. (June 11 at 9, CNN) First of eight docuseries films: "Television Gets Real," with "All in the Family," "Saturday Night Live," "Roots." ("The Sixties" encores May 31 starting at 8.With Kate Mc Kinnon and Michael Kenneth Williams (pictured), plus Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Lou Gossett Jr.The Jim Gaffigan Show (July 15 at 10 p.m., TV Land) find stand-up comic Jim Gaffigan leads his own his single-camera comedy about a dad and husband who isn't always present at home and isn't necessarily "present" when actually there.
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (Netflix, July 30): A prequel to the cult film with a ridiculous amount of stars -- Amy Poehler and Bradley Cooper, pictured, plus David Hyde Pierce, Elizabeth Banks, Janeane Garofalo and many more -- the series actually improves on the movie.It's funnier, crazier and has a slightly broader appeal.