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A summer of wife-swapping at CBS

Swingtown, a CBS drama about a suburban wife-swapping club, is finally making it to the air. The series was originally set to air this spring, was one of the first casualties of the Hollywood writers' strike. But now CBS says Swingtown -- created by Six Feet Under producer Alan Poul -- will debut June 5 as part of the network's summer schedule. It's one of two new dramas CBS is adding during the summer. The other, Flashpoint, is a Canadian cop show.

The rest of the summer slate is the usual mix of reality and game shows, including Million Dollar Password with Regis Philbin, a new martial-arts version of Saturday Night Fights, a game where contestants are challenged to come up with product jingles, and The Greatest American Dog -- which is about canines, not television production.


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Wife Sharing

I love this show, I think its great.

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