NBC’s Summer Includes Cedric the Entertainer, Revised ‘Marriage Ref’

Comedian will host “It’s Worth What?,” one of three new unscripted shows

NBC unveiled its summer schedule Monday and announced that Cedric the Entertainer will host "It's Worth What?," one of three new unscripted shows.

The network's summer lineup will also include the sixth season of "America's Got Talent," the second season of "The Marriage Ref," the new game show "Still Standing," and the new reality show "Love in the Wild."

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The sixth season of "America's Got Talent" begins Tuesday, May 31, at 9 p.m. The slightly revised "Marriage Ref" will debut on Sunday, June 26 from at 10 p.m. Among the changes are that couples used to appear live via satellite, but will now appear onstage.

The musical competition show “The Voice,” which debuts Tuesday, April 26 at 9 p.m., will continue to air through June.

And NBC will repeat episodes of the final season of USA's “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” beginning on Monday, May 30 at 9 p.m.

The network has not yet announced a date and time for “It’s Worth What?,” a game show in which contestants have to guess the costs of items, competing for up to $1 million.

It also did not set a date for "Still Standing," in which competitors must answer trivia questions until they are eliminated by falling though a trap door, or "Love in the Wild," which will pair up singles in rugged Costa Rican jungles.

“We want to make it clear that NBC considers the summer as an important part of its overall season and will continue to offer a varied lineup of original programs,” said NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.