The top 10 things we’re living for this week. Get into it.
10. TV: Awkward. Which cute boy will Jenna choose when Awkward returns for a second season on June 28? It’s the best MTV show you’re probably not watching but really should be.
9. MUSIC: Make Me Believe in Hope, Bright Light Bright Light. Compared to Robyn and Kylie by the British press, London-based dance-pop artist Bright Light Bright Light — aka Rod Thomas — releases his debut album, Make Me Believe in Hope, June 26. The album includes guest appearances by Del Marquis of Scissor Sisters and Allison Pierce of The Pierces.
8. TV: Anger Management. Who doesn’t love a trainwreck? Charlie Sheen’s new comedy, Anger Management, premieres June 28 on FX, leading into the returns of Louis and Wilfred, plus the series premiere of Brand X with Russell Brand. Start clearing some space on your DVR.
7. TV: Craft Wars. Break out the bedazzler! Tori Spelling takes crafting very seriously as host of TLC’s new competition series Craft Wars, which debuts June 26.
6. MUSIC: Overexposed, Maroon 5. Somehow we’re still not sick of “Payphone” or Maroon 5’s delicious-smelling, arguably overexposed frontman Adam Levine. The new album, Overexposed, drops June 26 and features collaborations with hit-makers like Max Martin and Ryan Tedder.
5. TV: Weeds. Which character got shot and who did the shooting? Find out when Weeds returns for its eighth and final season. Stick around afterward for the second season premiere of Episodes, which is also pretty awesome.
4. TV: Me @ the Zoo. If you thought you’d seen all of blouse-loving, porn career-considering Chris Crocker when he posted nudie shots, check out the June 25 premiere of the HBO documentary Me @ the Zoo, which looks at the life of one of the world’s most controversial Internet celebrities.
3. MOVIE: Ted. The latest brillance from Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane, Ted, which opens June 29, stars Mark Wahlberg as a grown man whose best friend is a raunchy teddy bear that sounds suspiciously like Peter Griffin.
2. DVD: RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4 Uncensored. The fourth season of Logo’s hilarious drag competition series, the best reason ever to throw a cocktail party on Monday nights, is out June 26 on DVD. Check out our Queen Please Q&As with season 4 queens Willam, Chad Michaels, Milan, and winner Sharon Needles.
1. MOVIE: Magic Mike. Led by a bethonged Matthew McConaughey as the club owner, Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Alex Pettyfer, and Joe Manganiello play male strippers in Magic Mike. What else do you need to know? Oh, it’s out June 29.