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See the new series you should check out this summer

Shaun Harrison
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1 of 10 ABC

The Goode Family

Fridays at 8:30 pm/ET, ABC Green is good for the Goodes. This animated comedy from Mike Judge (King of the Hill, Beavis and Butt-head) zeroes in on an environmentally conscious clan with voice-acting from Judge himself, Linda Cardellini and Nancy Carell, aka Mrs. Steve Carell. If that's not enough reason to stay in Friday nights, know that the Goodes' motto is WWAGD — "What Would Al Gore Do?"
2 of 10 Barbara Nitke/Showtime

Royal Pains

Thursdays at 10 pm/ET, USA The (concierge) doctor is in the (Hamptons) house. Mark Feuerstein stars as Hank Lawson, an adorable Manhattan-based doc who loses it all — or so he thinks — after making a critical decision in the ER. One trip to the Hamptons later, Lawson finds himself the "Robin Hood of medicine," as Feuerstein puts it.
3 of 10 Erik Heinila/TNT

HawthoRNe

Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET, TNT TNT keeps their strong woman M.O. alive. Jada Pinkett Smith stars as a compassionate, headstrong nurse manager in a North Carolina hospital. A recent widow, Hawthorne pours her soul into the job, always fighting for her patients before herself. Luckily, she might find herself wooed by the hospital's hunky Chief of Surgery, played by
4 of 10 TNT

Dark Blue

Wednesdays at 10 pm/ET, TNT Dylan McDermott returns to TV as Carter Shaw, the leader of a crack team of undercover cops in this drama from Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI). Shaw, who lost his wife because of his dangerous, covert work, struggles to keep himself together while also making sure his team remains a solid unit. Nicki Aycox, Omari Hardwick and Logan Marshall-Green also star.
5 of 10 Jeff Neira/Fox

Mental

Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET, Fox If you're longing for new seasons of House and/or The Mentalist, watch Mental to hold yourself over for the summer. Chris Vance stars as Dr. Jack Gallagher, a gifted, unorthodox psychiatrist who treats a bunch of patients with unusual and misdiagnosed conditions by seeing things from their POV. Sound familiar?
6 of 10 Kelly Walsh/NBC

The Philanthropist

Wednesdays at 10 pm/ET, NBC Can a rich boy do good? Globetrotting billionaire Teddy Rist (James Purefoy) sets out to help the less fortunate after finding his life forever changed by rescuing a young boy from a hurricane in Nigeria. Jesse L. Martin and Neve Campbell co-star.
7 of 10 Nick Briggs/NBC

Merlin

Sundays at 8 pm/ET, NBC The Peacock will get a British invasion with this BBC series airing stateside. Based on the Arthurian legend, the drama follows the mythical wizard (Colin Morgan) as he arrives in the city of Camelot and butts heads with Prince Arthur (Bradley James). Astute viewers will recognize Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Anthony Head as Arthur's father, Uther Pendragon.
8 of 10 Ken Regan/Showtime

Nurse Jackie

Mondays at 10:30 pm/ET, Showtime Carmela Soprano Jackie Peyton is not. Edie Falco returns to TV (on cable, no less) as a bold, flawed, pill-popping nurse with a no-nonsense attitude and a short 'do to go with it. Peter Facinelli and Merritt Wever co-star in this dark comedy full of twists and revelations. (Trust us, you want to keep watching.)
9 of 10 Chuck Hodes/HBO

Hung

Sundays at 10 pm/ET, HBO Thomas Jane stars in HBO's new comedy about a basketball coach who, as the show's obvious title joke implies, is well-endowed. What else do we really need to say?
10 of 10 Vivian Zink

10 Things I Hate About You

Tuesdays at 8:00 pm/ET, ABC Family If you've seen the 1999 flick (or have read Shakespeare), then you know what this is about. Two polar-opposite sisters try to navigate their way through high school, unfortunately, without Heath Ledger (R.I.P.). Ethan Peck, Gregory Peck's grandson, will inherit Ledger's shoes to play bad boy Patrick Verona. Carryovers from the movie include director Gil Junger and actor Larry Miller, reprising his role as the sisters' overprotective father.