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Check out the new series coming your way this spring

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The Good Guys (Fox)

Premieres: Wednesday, May 19 at 8/7c This police action comedy from the mind of Burn Notice creator Matt Nix follows a young, by-the-book detective (Colin Hanks) who is teamed with a boozy veteran (Bradley Whitford) to solve the department's petty crimes — or Code 58s, as they're known. Reaper's Jenny Wade, Castle's Diana Maria Riva and Whitford's mustache also star.
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Happy Town (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, April 28 at 10/9c Henley (Lauren German) moves to Haplin, Minn., to open a candle shop with an inheritance. She soon realizes that not everything in Haplin, is, well, happy, as a series of murders uncover a conspiracy that stretches back decades. Happy is executive-produced by Josh Appelbaum, who gave us the underrated Life on Mars remake.
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Justified (FX)

Premieres: Tuesday, March 16 at 10/9c Timothy Olyphant stars as Marshal Raylan Givens, a modern-day lawman with a 19th-century attitude. Based on an Elmore Leonard character, Givens employs a brash brand of justice that makes him a target of criminals, so his marshal superiors relocate him to his hometown. Nick Searcy (CSI) co-stars as Givens' friend and boss. Look for Walton Goggins (The Shield) and Natalie Zea (Dirty Sexy Money) in prominent guest spots.
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The Marriage Ref (NBC)

Premieres: Thursday, March 4 at 8/7c This Jerry Seinfeld-produced reality show features celebrities, comedians and sports stars weighing in on the problems between real-life spouses. The guest celebs will offer candid suggestions and problem-solving strategies. But make no mistake: This is comedy, not therapy.
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Miami Medical (CBS)

Premieres: Friday, April 2 at 10/9c Executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer presents a team of surgeons at the country's premiere trauma facility. Gulf War vet Dr. Matthew Proctor (Jeremy Northam) joins workaholic Eva Zambrano (Lana Parrilla), recent med school grad Serena Warren (Elisabeth Harnois) and head nurse Tuck Brody (Omar Gooding), who keeps the doctors on track. The real question is: When's the first CSI: Miami crossover?
6 of 12 NBC

Minute to Win It (NBC)

Premieres: Sunday, March 14 at 8/7c Food Network star Guy Fieri hosts this new game show, which offers players a shot at $1 million if they can complete a series of 10 nerve-wracking tasks in less than a minute each. Games, all of which feature random household items, include fanning three eggs onto a target with an empty pizza box, and stacking three golf balls on top of one other.
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Parenthood (NBC)

Premieres: Tuesday, March 2 at 9/8c Jason Katims (Friday Night Lights) created this adaptation of Ron Howard's hit 1989 film. Craig T. Nelson stars as Zeek, the flawed patriarch of the Braverman Family. TV vets Lauren Graham (Gilmore Girls) and Peter Krause (Six Feet Under, Dirty Sexy Money) and Erika Christensen and Dax Shephard co-star as Zeek's children, each of whom have their own familial foibles.
8 of 12 HBO

The Pacific (HBO)

Premieres: Sunday, March 14 at 9/8c From Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman — the team behind Band of Brothers — comes yet another gripping look at World War II and its soldiers. This time around, we learn the stories of Marines Eugene Sledge (Joseph Mazzello), Robert Leckie (James Badge Dale) and John Basilone (Jon Seda) as they battle the Japanese empire in the Pacific Theater.
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Romantically Challenged (ABC)

Premieres: Monday, April 19 at 9:30/8:30c Would-be novelist/telemarketer Shawn (Josh Lawson) is torn between the girl of his dreams, Rebecca (Alyssa Milano), and his needy best friend (Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer). The cast also includes Kelly Stables (Greek) as Milano's younger sister.
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Sons of Tucson (Fox)

Premieres: Sunday, March 14 at 8:30/7:30c When three brothers are orphaned by their father's white-collar indiscretions, they hire sad-sack Ron Snuffkin (Reaper's Tyler Labine) to pretend to be their dad while their real pops is in prison. It starts out as a business arrangement, but of course evolves into something more emotional.
11 of 12 HBO

Treme (HBO)

Premieres: Sunday, April 11 at 10/9c Created by David Simon (The Wire, Generation Kill) and Eric Overmyer (Homicide, Law & Order), this series focuses on the lives, music and culture of New Orleans as the city's working class tries to rebuild the city following Hurricane Katrina's aftermath. Set three months after the disaster, the story follows accomplished trombonist Antonie Batiste (Wendell Pierce), his ex-wife (Khandi Alexander) and a leader of a Mardi Gras tribe trying to bring his people home (Clarke Peters). Steve Zahn, Melissa Leo and John Goodman will also appear.
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Who Do You Think You Are? (NBC)

Premieres: Friday, March 5 at 8/7c History, travel, real-world drama and celeb profiles all intertwine when stars explore their family trees in this seven-part series co-executive produced by Lisa Kudrow. Adapted from a British documentary series, the series will explore the roots of celebrities including Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon, Spike Lee, Brooke Shields, and football star Emmitt Smith.