HBO has been known to let the better part of two years pass between seasons of its original series. That will emphatically not be the case with "Entourage" this summer.

The show's current season ends June 3. It will then be off the air for all of 14 days before a new season kicks off on June 17, where it will anchor a Sunday lineup that also features two new shows, David Milch's drama "John From Cincinnati" and another comedy, "Flight of the Conchords."

The second season of "Big Love," which will migrate to Monday nights, starts June 11.

"John from Cincinnati" centers on a Southern California surfing family and stars Bruce Greenwood, Rebecca De Mornay and Austin Nichols, debuts June 10, following the finale of "The Sopranos." Season two of "Big Love" will follow the exploits of polygamous Henrickson family.

"Flight of the Conchords" debuts after "Entourage" on June 17, centers on a pair of musicians from New Zealand trying to make it in New York.*