TVLine Items: Intervention Cancelled, Idol Alum Gets Campy, FX Sets Date for Bridge and More!

Intervention CancelledA&E is staging its final Intervention.

The Emmy-winning docu-series will end its 13-season run this summer, with five all-new installments set to debut Thursday, June 13 at 9/8c.

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• FX’s new Diane Kruger drama The Bridge will debut Wednesday, July 10 at 10 pm.

• American Idol alum Matt Rogers has been tapped to host Summer Camp, USA Network’s new reality series that centers on 16 adults indulging in over-to-top competitions inspired by classic camp games. It launches July 11.

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• Anna Nicole, Lifetime’s upcoming biopic based on the life of infamous model Anna Nicole Smith, premieres June 29.

The CW has bumped up Breaking Pointe‘s Season 2 premiere by a week, with the docu-series now bowing July 22 at 9 pm.

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ABC Family has picked up a spelling bee reality show, titled Spell-Mageddon, per The Hollywood Reporter. The series is described as a word competition meets Wipe Out.

Carrying on its tradition of wedding-based Real Housewives spin-offs, Bravo has reportedly given the green light to a nuptial-centric series starring Orange County housewife Tamra Barney.

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