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Check out the show's we're most excited about this spring

Shaun Harrison
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Body of Proof (ABC)

Premieres: Tuesday, March 29 at 10/9c Desperate Housewives' Dana Delany plays Dr. Megan Hunt, a feisty neurosurgeon whose career ends after a car accident. She takes a job as a medical examiner in Philadelphia, where she helps the police solve murders by "reading the body."
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The Borgias (Showtime)

Premieres: Sunday, April 3 at 9/8c Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons stars as Rodrigo Borgia, the megalomaniacal patriarch who becomes pope during the Renaissance. Neil Jordan, who won a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for The Crying Game, created the series. François Arnaud and David Oakes co-star as Rodrigo's Machiavellian sons, Cesare and Juan, and Holliday Grainger plays Lucrezia, his beautiful illegitimate daughter
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Breaking In (Fox)

Premieres: Wednesday, April 6 at 9:30/8:30c Christian Slater leads this workplace comedy as Oz, the mastermind behind a digital security firm that shows its clients how vulnerable they are by outsmarting their current security measures. Reaper's Bret Harrison, Odette Yustman, Trevor Moore, and Alphonso McAuley round out Oz's team.
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Breakout Kings (A&E)

Premiered: Sunday, March 6 at 10/9c This show broke out of the gate with 2.8 million viewers, including a network record 1.5 million in the 18-to-49-year-old demographic. Laz Alonso (Southland) and Domenick Lombardozzi (The Wire) star as a pair of U.S. Marshals who work with inmates (Jimmi Simpson, Malcolm Goodwin and Serinda Swan) who use their criminal skill set to go after escapees. For each success, they get their sentences reduced.
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Camelot (Starz)

Premieres: Friday, April 1 at 10/9c This fresh take on the Arthurian legend is not a musical! And it's sneak peek in February generated buzz. Jamie Campbell and Tamsin Egerton star as young King Arthur and Guinevere, respectively. FlashForward's Joseph Fiennes also stars as the wise wizard Merlin and Eva Green (Casino Royale) will play the vengeful sorceress.
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Chaos (CBS)

Premieres: Friday, April 1 at 8/7c Freddy Rodriguez and Eric Close star in this comedic drama about a group of rogue CIA spies who combat threats to national security despite bureaucratic gridlock, rampant incompetence and political infighting. Tim Blake Nelson, Kurtwood Smith and Christina Cole also star.
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Game of Thrones (HBO)

Premieres: Sunday, April 17 at 9/8c The medieval fantasy series is based on the best-selling novels of George R.R. Martin, who himself characterizes the drama as "an epic fantasy in the tradition of Tolkien, but with more sex, violence and treachery." Sean Bean plays Eddard "Ned" Stark, head of a family angling for power in a kingdom ruled by a shaky king (Mark Addy). Lena Headey co-stars.
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Happy Endings (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, April 13, 10/9c Alex (24's Elisa Cuthbert) and Dave (FlashForward's Zachary Knighton) have a great relationship and a close group of friends — until Alex leaves Dave at the altar. Now the former couple's mutual best friends must suffer through the awkward aftermath and pick up the pieces. But which ex will get custody of the friends? Casey Wilson, formerly of Saturday Night Live, co-stars.
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The Kennedys (Reelz Channel)

Premieres: Sunday, April 3 at 8/7c Dropped by the History channel after criticism of its historical accuracy, the eight-hour miniseries chronicles the famous political family during the turbulent and tragic 1960s. Starring Greg Kinnear as JFK, Katie Holmes as Jackie, Barry Pepper as Bobby and Tom Wilkinson as Joe Kennedy Sr., it concludes Sunday, April 10.
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The Killing (AMC)

Premieres: Sunday, April 3 at 10/9c Who killed Rosie Larsen? Based on the successful Danish TV series Forbrydelsen, this drama focuses on a young Seattle woman's murder and the subsequent police investigation. The story, written and executive-produced by Veena Sud (Cold Case), is told from three points of view — that of the lead homicide detective (Big Love's Mirielle Enos), the victim's grieving family (True Blood's Michelle Forbes and In The Valley of Elah's Brent Sexton), and the suspects, including the City Council president and mayoral hopeful played by Billy Campbell (Once and Again).
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Mildred Pierce (HBO)

Premieres: Sunday, March, 27 at 9/8c Based on James M. Cain's 1941 novel, this miniseries — directed by Todd Haynes — stars Oscar winner Kate Winslet as the titular character, a newly separated mother who struggles to maintain her family's social status during the Depression. The cast includes Guy Pearce as Mildred's rich playboy beau, Monty Beragon; new Oscar winner Melissa Leo as her best friend, Lucy; and Evan Rachel Wood as her ungrateful, social-climbing daughter, Veda. The novel was first adapted into the 1945 film that earned Joan Crawford her Oscar.
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Pregnant in Heels (Bravo)

Premieres: Tuesday, April 5 at 10/9c Rosie Pope — described as a maternity concierge, fashion designer and pregnancy guru — guides expectant mothers through the pleasures and pitfalls of getting ready to have a baby. Each week Pope and her team (based on Manhattan's Upper East Side) take on two new clients, who are among the richest — and most hormonal — in New York.
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The Voice (NBC)

Premieres: Tuesday, April 26 at 9/8c This singing competition show (sound familiar?) features Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine, Christine Aguilera and Blake Shelton as "coaches" — NOT judges! — who will train the contestants before viewers vote and pick a winner. The mentoring quartet will choose the talent through auditions in which they'll be able to hear, but not see, who's singing. Carson Daly hosts.
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WWE Tough Enough (USA)

Premieres: Monday, April 4 at 11/10c This "non-scripted" series, as World Wrestling Entertainment describes it, will feature 12 hopefuls looking to become the next WWE star. The men and women will live and train together in a Los Angeles house, competing to show off their showmanship, creativity, athleticism and desire. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin hosts.