“Love in the Wild,” “Saving Hope” and “American Ninja Warrior” will premiere this summer on the television network.
Following its special two-hour premiere on June 7, “Love in the Wild” will return in its regular time slot on Thursday, June 14 (9-10 p.m. ET). “American Ninja Warrior” will resume in its regular day and time on Monday, May 28 (9-10 p.m. ET). “Saving Hope” will continue in the Thursday (10-11 p.m. ET) time period.
“Love in the Wild” puts relationships to the ultimate test with wild adventures that push participants to the limit, both physically and emotionally. Single men and single women, all looking for love, will experience a romantic quest and will journey to a tropical paradise to see if they can find that special someone.
Jenny McCarthy returns as the host for the show’s second season that will feature even wilder adventures. McCarthy will head to the tropical paradise of the Dominican Republic to guide contestants through rigorous adventures as well as the choppy waters of relationships in their quest to find love.
“Saving Hope” is a new, hour-long original drama series that stars Erica Durance (“Smallville”), Michael Shanks (“Stargate Atlantis”) and Daniel Gillies (“The Vampire Diaries”). When the Chief of Surgery at Hope-Zion Hospital ends up in a coma, he leaves the hospital in chaos. As the action unfolds, the comatose patient explores the hospital halls in “spirit” form, not sure if he’s a ghost or a figment of his own imagination.
“American Ninja Warrior,” is an obstacle course competition series with a nationwide search to find the ultimate athlete, who will be crowned the first true “American Ninja Warrior.” The networks collaborated with the original Japanese broadcaster, Tokyo Broadcasting System Television (TBS), to bring the competitive course over to the U.S., which is being held entirely on U.S. soil for the first time.
Six regional qualifying competitions throughout the country will determine the finalists who will ultimately have a shot at a $500,000 cash prize and the chance to win the coveted “American Ninja Warrior” title in the national finals in Las Vegas. Over the past 15 years, only three competitors have successfully completed the infamous Ninja Warrior course atop Mount Midoriyama, Japan. “American Ninja Warrior” is back to find the toughest, most skilled U.S. competitors and give them a shot at conquering the almost impossible obstacle course.