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Shaun Harrison
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The Awesomes (Hulu)

Premieres: Monday, Aug. 4 Where We Left Off: Prock led The Awesomes against the evil Dr. Malocchio in a battler to save mankind. In the process, Prock's crush (and Malocchio's daughter) Hotwire was supposedly killed. What's Next: The misfit superheroes will once again try to save the day, and we'll meet more of Malocchio's family: his accountant Malocchio Jr. (Will Forte) and his wife Lady Malocchio (Maya Rudolph). Amy Poehler will also lend her voice as prosecutor Jaclyn Stone, who gets cozy with Prock post-trial. That creates a love triangle, however, when the not-so-dead Hotwire returns.
2 of 32 Ben Mark Holzberg/The CW

Beauty and the Beast (CW)

Premieres: Monday, June 2 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: Catherine broke it off with Gabe and, in true BatB fashion, came home to Vincent waiting on her fire escape. The two ended up reaffirming their love for each other, but their happiness was short-lived when Vincent was accused of murder the next morning. What's Next: Vincent is arrested, leaving Cat and the team to work together to clear his name. Fortunately, Vincent uses his skills to escape, but he'll have an even bigger problem to deal with when he discovers who turned him in to begin with.
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The Bridge (FX)

Premieres: Wednesday, July 9 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: The David Tate case is closed, but there are still plenty of mysteries surrounding the Missing Girls of Juarez. We also still don't know the full story behind Charlotte's tunnel, or the details of her (and Marco's) connections to the show's antagonist Fausto Galvan. What's Next: In its sophomore season, the FX drama is "a radically different show," according to executive producer Elwood Reid. "Last year was sort of a hunt for a serial killer. This is sort of an … examination of corruption on the border, with some pretty loopy, weird characters bouncing around in the plot. … It's trying to tell a bigger story." Joining the cast are Franka Potente, who will play a shunned Mennonite named Eleanor who's working for Galvan, and Demian Bichir's real-life brother Bruno, who plays "a wealthy Mexican businessman who has some dark ties," according to Reid. As far as Sonya and Marco are concerned, Sonya "is going to be tested when some stuff from her past comes back," while Marco is still out for revenge on David Tate. "He takes care of some business from last year, trust me," Reid promises.
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Covert Affairs (USA)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 24 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: After faking her death and going off the grid, Jessica Matthews Annie finally killed Henry in Hong Kong before setting off for D.C. Joan gave birth to her and Arthur's son, Mackenzie, and Calder reluctantly accepted the DCS position vacated by a guilt-ridden Braithwaite, who hanged himself after a failed attack on Henry. What's Next: Annie's back at the DPD (and blonde again!), but she will have to deal with the ramifications of her game-changing move last season. There will be plenty of new faces too, most notably new regular Nic Bishop (Body of Proof), who will play Ryan McQuaid, a Navy SEAL-turned-private contractor billionaire who hires Arthur. McQuaid's right-hand man is Caitlyn Cooper (Perrey Reeves), who will put the moves on Arthur. Amy Jo Johnson will recur as Hayley, a National Counter Terrorism Center investigator who goes toe-to-toe with Auggie, and Calder will start romancing Rima Harewood's Sydney, who (duh) has lots of secrets.
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Dallas (TNT)

Premieres: Monday, August 18 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: After finding out about John Ross' affair with Emma, Pamela decided to seek revenge by getting in on the action. However, their threesome was cut short when Pamela began seizing, and John Ross discovered an empty bottle of pills in her purse. Ann also engaged in some illicit behavior when she made out with her ex, Harris, but Bobby had much bigger problems to worry about when he and Christopher discovered Southfork was on fire. What's Next: Spoiler alert! Pamela will live, and she'll go out on her own now that she knows about John Ross' cheating ways. However, cousin Christopher will still be going strong with Heather. The biggest question is what's next for Elena after Joaquin was seen poking holes in her diaphragm (yes, people apparently still use those), but it will be some time before the result of that deception begins to show, if you know what we mean.
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Defiance (Syfy)

Premieres: Thursday, June 19 at 8/7c Where We Left Off:So. Much. Murder. Stahma killed Kenya, Black Jonah killed Nolan, and the newly-elected mayor Datak killed the E-Republic rep Colonel Marsh. Meanwhile, Irissa activated the artifacts and leapt towards the dormant Votan ship in the mineshaft. Somehow, Irissa's sacrifice also was able to revive Nolan. What's Next: Picking up eight months later, things aren't looking good. "We start in a very dark and intense place because the Earth Republic has taken over the town," star Julie Benz says. "For Amanda especially, we see a much darker side of her." Things are less bleak for Stahma, who's running the family now that Datak's in jail. Viewers will also be introduced to a new alien race and get to see the world outside Defiance as Nolan searches for Irisa in New Los Angeles. James Murray, William Atherton, Anna Hopkins and Linda Hamilton will also join the cast.
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Derek (Netflix)

Premieres: Friday, May 30 (streaming) Where We Left Off: Derek reunited with his estranged father, and Douglas left the care home in search of other pursuits. What's Next: The plot picks up a year after the events of Season 1, with a couple of new faces at Broad Hill: salty new volunteer Geoff (Colin Hoult), and Derek's father (Tony Rohr), who moves into the care home as a resident. But their relationship still comes with all sorts of complications, as Derek starts to learn firsthand exactly what a ladies' man his dad really is. "He's still not the father [Derek] imagined," creator and star Ricky Gervais tells "He thought that he was getting his dad back, and he was going to be a sweet old man, but actually he's still an old goat. He's still running around chasing women and drinking and smoking, which is stressful for Derek." Love is also in the air at Broad Hill, with some surprising developments in store for Hannah and Tom, as well as Kevin convincing Derek to wade into the murky waters of online dating.
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Falling Skies (TNT)

Premieres: Sunday, June 22 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: The humans and Volm worked together to destroy an Espheni base, with Tom and Maggie each getting a few bullets in Karen. It was revealed that Anne and Lexi were alive, though the latter rapidly aged and developed special talents. The Volm divulged their plan to ship humanity off to Brazil, but the 2nd Mass wanted to return to Charleston to regroup. What's Next: The 2nd Mass find themselves under attack by a new Espheni war machine, dividing the survivors and forcing them to forge new relationships to pull through. Tom will deal with the mystery behind Anne and Alexis' return, while Anne becomes a fighter willing to do anything to protect her daughter. New cast additions include Mira Sorvino, as a love interest for John Pope; Treva Etienne, as a new addition to the 2nd Mass; and Scarlett Byrne, who will be playing an adult Alexis.
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The Fosters (ABC Family)

Premieres: Monday, June 16 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: What was supposed to be a happy adoption day for Callie and Jude turned into a disaster when a problem arose with Callie's birth certificate because Donald is not her real father. Brandon, down in the dumps, got drunk and slept with his dad's girlfriend, and Lena discovered that she's pregnant! What's Next: After Brandon was jumped at the end of the finale, he learns his injuries may cause permanent damage and restrict him from playing piano. Now that Callie has decided she wants to join the family, she sets out to find her real father. Plus: We'll find out whether or not the blood on Mike's hands is related to Ana's attack.
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Franklin & Bash (TNT)

Premieres: Wednesday, Aug. 20 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: The guys finally came face-to-face with Rob Lowe, while both Rachel and Damien lose their seats on the judiciary committee. Peter said his goodbyes to girlfriend Charlie. What's Next: Changes are a-comin'. First, Rachel (Heather Locklear) is out in addition to our favorite agoraphobe Pindar (Kumail Nanjami) and Carmen (Dana Davis). But Franklin and Bash have a new addition to their team with new recruit Anita (Toni Trucks). Plus: When Infeld gets into some (more) trouble, the guys are given a more managerial position within the firm which means less time for partying. (Yeah, right.)
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Graceland (USA)

Premieres: Wednesday, June 11 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Briggs came clean to Mike and Charlie about his troubled past and finally took down the real Jangles with the help of Mike. Briggs used Jangles' death to put to rest any questions about the man he accidentally killed, FBI agent Juan Badillo, and Mike got the assignment he always wanted: working at the main FBI office in D.C. What's Next: Several months in, Mike's job as special assistant to the FBI's Deputy Director isn't going exactly as planned, particularly when one of his big projects get shut down by his boss. However, a long weekend trip to Graceland will change all of that, when Mike is not only put back in the field, but also in charge of the rest of the Graceland team, including a fresh-faced DEA agent named Wayne. Things will get even more complicated when it is revealed that two people in the house are sleeping together.
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Hemlock Grove (Netflix)

Premieres: Friday, July 11 Where We Left Off: Letha died giving birth, but Olivia took the child (who is also Roman's).Upon learning the truth, Roman embraced his vampirism and killed his mother. Peter left town and the Order of the Dragon wrongly set their sights on Roman. Meanwhile, Pryce's special project was revealed to be a humanoid fetus. Oh, and even though the now-disappeared Shelley killed her, Christina was somehow alive (albeit buried in a coffin). What's Next: Peter is now holding down a job and living with his cousin Destiny, while Roman will struggle to balance taking care of his baby with his Upir nature. And though her body was brought to The White Tower's morgue, Famke Janssen will return as Olivia. The show will also welcome Madeline Brewer as Miranda Cates, a graphic novelist whose arrival in Hemlock Grove will have huge effects on Roman and Peter.
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Longmire (A&E)

Premieres: Monday, June 2 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: After the teeth of Miller Beck, the man hired to kill Walt's wife, were found at the Red Pony, Henry was arrested. When Branch went to the reservation to investigate David Ridges for sabotaging Cady's car on Election Day, he was attacked by someone covered in white ash, who told Walt he was shot by a "dead man." What's Next: Walt finds himself reeling from a series of devastating traumas, including Henry's sentence to prison on murder charges, Deputy Branch Connally getting shot by a mysterious "white warrior," and Vic Moretti dealing with the uncertainty of whether or not she's shaken a past stalker. Meanwhile, Henry's daughter Cady will fight to clear his name.
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Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Premieres: Sunday, July 13 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Sex researcher and obstetrician Bill Masters lost his job just before he revealed his love to research partner Virgina Johnson, who has just been proposed to by Ethan. Meanwhile, Masters' wife Libby gave birth, and University provost Barton Scully decided to undergo aversion therapy to treat his homosexuality. What's Next: Things get really strained after Masters' declaration — especially considering the fact that he's a new dad without an income. Barton goes forward in seeking treatment, Dr. Langham is still unhappy, and the prostitute Betty will have to make a big decision. Fresh faces include Betsy Brandt as a new secretary, Keke Palmer as the Masters' nanny and comedian Sarah Silverman as a woman named Helen.
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Mistresses (ABC)

Premieres: Monday, June 2 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Karen learned that Elizabeth killed Tom, resulting in the gunshot aimed at either Sam or Elizabeth. April broke things off with Paul and Richard, while Joss abandoned her career in real estate. Savi survived her car accident and Harry decided not to worry about the paternity of her baby, leaving Dom out in the cold. Unfortunately, Savis then went into cardiac arrest right before the credits rolled. What's Next: The soap will add a whole slew of new characters, including Savi's estranged father (John Heard) and a possible new love interest via Jason Gerhardt. April will get a blast from the past in the form of a childhood friend (Joseph May) who had initially funded her business. Joss will work as an event planner for a restaurant run by her new love interest (Justin Hartley) and his partner (Helena Mattsson). And a new patient could land Karen in a lot of trouble.
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Motive (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, May 21 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Angie was forced to fatally shoot Dr. Robbins in the Season 1 finale, and shares a tender moment with Vega afterwards. Her son Manny, meanwhile, took off to Europe to meet his father for the first time. What's Next: Season 2 of the show is faster-paced and will let viewers see a different side of Angie, star Kristin Lehman tells "We've gone from a five-act structure to a six-act structure, which really gives us lots more flashbacks," Lehman says. "We spend a little less time with Angie at home. … Now, all the interpersonal stuff we explore with all of our characters is within the office, which really allows us to have a little bit more of a seamless union between personal lives and professional lives." With Manny off at college, Angie throws herself into her job more than ever before. But she also gets an unwelcome blast from the past with the addition of Mark Cross (Warren Christie), a new sergeant who's a former professional and romantic partner of Angie's. "He's just dastardly and marvelous," Lehman says of the new character. "They had a really passionate romance and were each other's first partner out of the academy. But it's the kind of romance that really shouldn't continue."
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Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Premieres: Friday, June 6 Where We Left Off: After losing both Larry and Alex, Piper snapped and brutally beat Pennsatucky when the Bible-thumper attacked her. Red lost control of the kitchen to Gloria, while Daya and Bennett struggled with her decision to sleep with Pornstache. What's Next: The presence of a new inmate Vee (Lorraine Touissant) shakes up the entire prison, especially when it comes to Red and Taystee, who both have a history with her. And while the fight with Pennsatucky definitely toughened up Piper, don't expect Healy's blind-eye to the blowout to go forgotten. "We'll be dealing with the aftermath of that event in different ways throughout the season," Michael Harney says. Additionally, viewers will finally learn the backstories of Crazy Eyes, Taystee and Lorna.
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Perception (TNT)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 17 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Pierce's mental stability was questioned after he was accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend Caroline. Even though he was cleared, he quit his job and flew to Paris to work on a case. What's Next: Season 3 begins with Daniel abroad, but he'll soon have to work out his daddy issues when his father James (Peter Coyote) comes to him with stunning news. "James is going to have a condition that only Pierce can help him with and that's going to change Pierce once again," Eric McCormack says. "There will be a real explanation of their past relationship."
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Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 10 at 8/7c Where We Left Off: Season 4 ended with a bang as "A" shot Ezra. Before that, we learned Mrs. DiLaurentis was the one who buried Alison alive, that Noel was helping Alison stay safe, and that stalker Mona also knew Alison was alive the entire time. What's Next: Now that everyone knows Alison is really alive, those who've been investigating her death have a lot of questions. "[In the finale] she was very genuine or seemingly very genuine, but knowing what we know about Ali, do we trust her?" executive producer Marlene King says. "Is it real? Who is this girl? That's what the reset is all about: Do we trust Ali?" As to whether or not Ezra is alive, Ian Harding said he is signed on for the season. The show will also hit its milestone 100th episode.
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Quick Draw (Hulu)

Premieres: Thursday, Aug. 7 Where We Left Off:Sheriff John Henry Hoyle finally took down Cole Younger, who was revealed to be Pearl's real father. What's Next: Hoyle will continue using his forensics expertise to solve crimes while struggling to fit in with the townspeople, including Honey Shaw, Pearl and Vernon. According to star Nick Brown, they've also "expanded the scope" of Season 2. But rest assured, fans shouldn't expect any big changes for his character. "Eli is not substantially smarter during the second season than he was in the first," Brown says.
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Rectify (Sundance)

Premieres: Thursday, June 19 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: While visiting Hannah Dean's grave, Daniel was brutally beaten by her brother and his friends. Trey discovered George's body and tossed it in the river, while the D.A. and Sheriff's Office set their sights on finding him. What's Next: With Daniel in a coma, the Sheriff becomes determined to find the men who beat him, no matter the consequences it will have on his career. Teddy continues to struggle with the assault, while Tawney finally opens up to her husband about her connection with Daniel. Johnny Ray Gill also returns as Kerwin, who will help Daniel finally try to embrace living.
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Rizzoli & Isles (TNT)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 17 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: Maura and Frankie flirted when she tended to his busted lip after a fight. Jane accepted Casey's proposal, but they later broke up after Casey decided to stay in the military and asked Jane to come with him. But they'll still be in each other's lives because Jane is pregnant! What's Next: The show will address the death of Lee Thompson Young, who committed suicide in August, in the season's first two episodes. Jane will attempt to keep her pregnancy on the down-low from both her mother and Korsak, who's considering retirement. Maura and Frankie's blossoming romance will hit a roadblock when she meets Jack Keystone (Enver Gjokaj), a Boston University professor she thinks might be The One.
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Rogue (DirecTV)

Premieres: Wednesday, May 28 at 8/7c Where We Left Off: After Fleming admited murdering Grace's son, she killed him and turned herself in. The Oakland PD was cool with her actions, though, and offered her a job. What's Next: Grace has joined a special FBI taskforce that investigates a prostitution ring, but soon is tempted to go undercover again with a security firm founded by the charming Ethan Kelly (Cole Hauser). On the homefront, she's now separated from her husband, and her long-absent mother returns to complicate her life.
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Rookie Blue (ABC)

Premieres: Thursday, June 19 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: Andy confessed her love to Sam moments after he was shot, and then left Nick in the waiting room of the hospital while doctors worked to save Sam's life. Also, Gail took the potentially big step of introducing Holly to Chris and Steve. What's Next: The Nick-Sam-Andy storyline will be resolved in the first episode, which picks up only hours after the Season 4 finale, promises showrunner Tassie Cameron. (Spoiler alert: Sam survives.) "In terms of Andy and Sam, they have a lot of obstacles to overcome and truths to tell and stuff to get past if they're going to figure it out together," Cameron says. Season 5 will also see the addition of two new series regulars. Rookie Duncan Moore, a.k.a. "Selfie" (Matt Murray) is described as "a millennial, self-entitled kid who's not as awesome a cop as he thinks he is," and to whom Andy is assigned to train. John Jarvis (Oliver Becker), a new inspector who is "a real company man, very political, very savvy, very manipulative," clashes with "everybody," according to Cameron. As far as the Gail/Holly romance, Cameron teases that it will take a "surprising" turn. "Gail's a self-saboteur when it comes to romance," she notes. "In all our characters this season, there is a real sense of them all grappling with the sins of the past, the mistakes of the past. … I think in some ways the biggest obstacle this season is not another person, per se, but it's life itself."
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Royal Pains (USA)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 10 at 9/8c Where We Left Off:Hank quit HankMed to travel the world with Boris after the scandal surrounding his abuse of prescription painkillers cost the company a major deal. Meanwhile, Evan and Divya braced for new roles after he won a seat on the Hamptons Village Council and she prepared to welcome her first child. What's Next: Although the show will pick up the following summer, viewers will get a flashback to Divya's February delivery, which will bring Hank back to the Hamptons. However, he won't be returning to his old job so quickly, especially when Symphony, the company that tried to buy out HankMed last season, sets its sights and powerful connections on putting HankMed out of business. While Evan is busy trying to save the business, Paige will face an exciting yet challenging new professional opportunity of her own.
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Suits (USA)

Premieres: Wednesday, June 11 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: Mike accepted Jonathan Sidwell's investment bank job offer (for the second time) after getting questioned by the U.S. Attorney's Office, which was investigating Mike and Harold Gunderson for paying off witnesses in the Ava Hessington case settlement. But since Sidwell is a Pearson Darby client, Harvey technically works for Mike now. Meanwhile, Harvey broke up with Scottie and told her the truth about Mike. What's Next: Season 4 will explore the new dynamic between Harvey and Mike. "They are going to have conflict over something they're working on that's going to color a large part of the early part of Season 4," executive producer Aaron Korsh says. At the center of that is D.B. Woodside's Jeff Malone, a former SEC prosecutor with a personal stake in the firm. Other recurring guest stars are Brendan Hines, as a rich spoiled kid who comes in between Harvey and Mike, Melanie Papalia as Mike's new secretary Amy (who will not come in between Mike and Rachel), and Michael Gross as Walter Willis, the founder of a DVD distribution company.
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Switched at Birth (ABC Family)

Premieres:Monday, June 16 at 8/7c Where We Left Off: After coming face-to-face with her attacker at the clinic, Daphne decided to stick with medicine. Bay investigated Emmett's new online "girlfriend," but after the two figured out he was pranked, they reconciled and shared a passionate kiss. What's Next: Bay deals with the fallout of her hook-up with Emmett and must decide if she should break up with Tank in order to give things with Emmett another go. But she may have more serious things on her plate when she and Emmett's tryst leads to a pregnancy scare. Daphne, meanwhile, sets out to protect her mom who's been threatened to stay out of her old neighborhood.
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Teen Wolf (MTV)

Premieres: Monday, June 23 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Scott and the pack defeated the chaos-creating Nogitsune following the tragic deaths of both Allison and Aiden, while Isaac took off for parts unknown. Also, Danny learned about werewolves and Kate Argent, who we thought died in Season 1, came back as a new were-creature! What's Next: It's a season for rebuilding as Scott, Stiles, Lydia, and Derek attempt to pick up the pieces and move on in the wake of tragedy. Kira's back, as is Shelley Hennig's Malia, who's now a member of Scott's pack. But don't be surprised if her relationship with Peter Hale complicates things a bit. On the enemies front, Kate's resurrection will stir up some trouble for the gang, while a mysterious new character known as The Benefactor will arrive in Beacon Hills, presumably with a highly complicated plan to kill everyone. But things aren't all doom and gloom in Season 4: Lacrosse is back, which means we fully expect to see more shirtless scenes, as well as a few new faces when Dylan Sprayberry, Mason Dye, and Khylin Rhambo join the team.
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True Blood (HBO)

Premieres: Sunday, June 22 at 9/8c Where We Left Off: Bill & Co. killed Warlow, which caused the power of walking in daylight to disappear — which is not good news for Eric, who was sunbathing in the Alps. A time jump ahead revealed that Sam is the mayor of Bon Temps, Arlene runs the bar, Sookie and Alcide are together, as are Jason and Violet. But, because Hep-V has spread throughout the country, subsequently causing vampires to go feral, the town asked citizens to pair up with healthy vampires in exchange for protection — which they'll need from the horde of infected vampires descending on the town. What's Next: All hell breaks loose in Bon Temps when the government essentially abandons them because vampires have gotten the upper hand and the Hep-V virus has spread worldwide. But there's some good news. Sam and Nicole's hybrid baby should be on the way, Lafayette will get a boyfriend, Arlene will be romanced by a brooding vampire named Keith (Riley Smith) and Bill will seek redemption for his misdeeds in hopes of getting back Sookie back, who will have to make the ultimate decision about who she ends up with.
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Under the Dome (CBS)

Premieres: Monday, June 30 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: After Julia, not Barbie, was named the Monarch, pink stars fell in lines on the darkened dome, which then turned opaque white. Before that, however, a vision of Alice appeared to the group to explain that the dome was put in place for their protection. From what? Aliens! What's Next: Two Chester's Mill residents won't even survive the Season 2 premiere! But there are plenty of new faces to fill their void, including Barbie's father (Brett Cullen), Big Jim's presumed-dead wife (Sherry Stringield) and his brother-in-law (Eddie Cahill), as well as a few characters that have mysterious connections to the Dome, like Dwight Yoakam's Lyle Chumley. Also, Julia will take on more of a leadership role in Chester's Mill, which will piss off many Big Jim supporters. But will everyone will actually stay in the dome?
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Unforgettable (CBS)

Premieres: Sunday, June 29 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: Season 2 concluded with Carrie retracing her teen years after a former classmate was killed at her high school reunion. What's Next: Thanks to an early renewal, Season 3 will feature longer arcs, including revisiting the will-the-won't-they tension between Carrie and Al with the help of new third wheel, Secret Service Agent Benjamin Hernandez (Boris Kodjoe). "We really wanted turn up the heat between Carrie and Al," executive producer Ed Decter says. "Part of that connective tissue was putting people in between them and seeing what happens with their relationship with Boris coming in." Colin Egglesfield will guest-star as a Coast Guard investigator who develops a bromance with Al. But don't look for any movement on the "Who Killed Rachel?" front. The show doesn't plan on touching that again for a while.
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Wilfred (FXX)

Premieres: Wednesday, June 25 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: After admitting he had been spying on Ryan, Henry died in a freak accident. This led Ryan to accept his father's offer and return to the law firm. But after finding a letter with the same seal as Kristen's drawing of "Mr. Floppy Ears" in his late dad's office, Ryan followed the information to a statue of a man in a dog suit. What's Next: Showrunner David Zuckerman promises the statue will not only be explained in the first episode, but that by the final season's end, the series will have definitively answered every question — except, you know, that one. "But I think the audience will be able to make up their mind about that," Zuckerman teases. In addition to returning guests James Remar, Chris Klein, Nestor Carbonell, Allison Mack and John Michael Higgins, Mimi Rogers and Billy Baldwin also join the cast.