ABC Family outlined its summer programming slate, highlighting a reality show with tennis phenoms Venus and Serena Williams on and off the court. Another reality show chronicles a handful of college students who have to endure sharing dorm rooms with their parents. The net took the wraps off 12-ep "Wildfire," a drama about a troubled teen and her racehorse; "Beautiful People" stars "Melrose Place" alum Daphne Zuniga as a divorced mother of 2 who uproots the kids to relocate from NYC to the wilds of NM. A pair of original films are "Campus Confidential" and "Pizza My Heart." — Former Boston Celtics guard Dee Brown won ESPN’s latest "Dream Job" competition Sun night, landing a 1-year NBA analyst gig with Bristol. — Comcast’s G4 net is revamping old TechTV show "Screen Savers," renaming it "Attack of the Show!" and giving it a more irrelevant spin. Hosts Sarah Lane, Kevin Rose and Kevin Pereira remain aboard and will be on hand to lead into G4’s prime time lineup, which includes half-hour videogame tutorials "X-Play" and "Cheat Sheets" (8 & 8:30pm), followed by techie bio series "Icons" (9pm) and "Judgment Day" (9:30pm). Also on tap: 4-part special "Video Game Vixens." — Rainbow will bolster The Cable Center’s Barco Library with original titles, including IFC docs "A Decade Under the Influence" and "BaadAsssss Cinema," and WE’s "When I Was a Girl." — Seventeen mag and MTV are collaborating on "Project Seventeen," a 10-ep reality show that chronicles the monthly’s search for "America’s Sweetheart." Although the show won’t debut until autumn, the synergy has already begun, as a number of pieces concerning MTV personalities and programs have cropped up in current issue of the magazine.