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Check out the new series you should give a look this summer

Shaun Harrison
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100 Questions (NBC)

Premieres: Thursday, May 27 at 8:30/7:30c Charlotte Payne (Sophie Winkleman) has been dating unsuccessfully for years, so she joins a dating website, which requires her to fill out a 100-question compatibility test. The series tells the stories of each of those answers. Emmy winner James Burrows (Friends, Will & Grace) directs.
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Are We There Yet? (TBS)

Premieres: Wednesday, June 2 at 9/8c This comedy based on the film of the same name and its sequel stars Terry Crews and Essence Atkins — replacing Ice Cube and Nia Long — as newlyweds Nick and Suzanne. The couple try to juggle their new life, jobs and Suzanne's kids. Keep an eye out for Ice Cube in a recurring role as her brother.
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Bachelor Pad (ABC)

Premieres: Monday, August 9 at 8/7c ABC takes its dating franchise into Big Brother territory as 20 former contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette live together and compete for a grand prize of $250,000. Forget roses — this one's all about cash.
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The Big C (Showtime)

Premieres: Monday, Aug. 16 at 10:30/9:30c Laura Linney stars as Cathy, a repressed suburban housewife and teacher who decides to reclaim her life after she is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Joining her on the journey are her immature but good-intentioned husband (Oliver Platt) and a smart-alecky student in Cathy's class (Gabourey Sidibe). Oscar winner Bill Condon directed the pilot.
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Covert Affairs (USA)

Premieres: Tuesday, July 13 at 10/9c Piper Perabo stars as Annie Walker, a CIA trainee thrust into the field to capture her ex-boyfriend. Guiding her as she learns the ropes is Auggie Anderson (Christopher Gorham), a former special ops agent who was blinded on a previous mission. Peter Gallagher, Kari Matchett, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Anne Dudek also star.
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The Gates (ABC)

Premieres: Sunday, June 20 at 10/9c File this supernatural series under "things are not what they seem." The Monohans, played by Frank Grillo and Marisol Nichols, move into a seemingly idyllic gated community only to discover their neighbors are werewolves and vampires.
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The Glades (A&E)

Premieres: Tuesday, July 13 at 10/9c Set in the fictional town of Palm Glade, Fla., this procedural stars Aussie actor Matt Passmore as Jim Longworth, a sharp homicide detective who relocates after he’s wrongfully accused of sleeping with his former captain's wife. Longworth just wants to play golf and pursue a beautiful medical student (Kiele Sanchez), but a series of murders test his investigative skills.
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The Good Guys (Fox)

Premieres: Monday, June 7 at 9/8c 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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Haven (Syfy)

Premieres: Friday, July 9 at 10/9c Based on the Stephen King novella The Colorado Kid, this series focuses on a small town in Maine that mutes the supernatural abilities of its residents, thus allowing them to live normal lives. Emily Rose (Jericho, Brothers & Sisters) stars as FBI agent Audrey Hunter, who begins to uncover the town’s secret history while investigating the murder of an ex-con.
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Hot in Cleveland (TV Land)

Premieres: Wednesday, June 16 at 10/9c Betty White mania continues! Everyone's favorite Golden Girl returns to the small screen in TV Land's first original series. She stars opposite fellow sitcom alums Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves, who play three Los Angeles pals who cancel a planned trip to Paris when they discover that Clevelanders find them glamorous. White plays their feisty caretaker. (Aside: We’ve been to Cleveland, and people there are plenty good-looking. But hey, whatever’s good for the show.)
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Huge (ABC Family)

Premieres: Monday, June 28 at 9/8c Based on the young adult novel of the same name, this coming-of-age drama revolves around seven teens and the staff at a weight-loss camp. Nikki Blonsky leads an ensemble class that includes two Hollywood offspring: Hayley Hasselhoff, daughter of David, and Zander Eckhouse, son of Beverly Hills 90210 pop James Eckhouse.
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Losing it with Jillian (NBC)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 1 at 10/9c If you're bummed The Biggest Loser is on summer hiatus, Jillian Michaels' new series should tide you over. The star trainer will tackle the obesity epidemic one family at a time by moving in with a new one each episode to help change their diets and exercise habits.
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Louie (FX)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 29 at 11/10c Featuring a mix of sketches and stand-up comedy, this half-hour sitcom is based on the life of the brilliant standup comedian Louis C.K. as he balances life on the road with being a divorced father of two.
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MasterChef (Fox)

Premieres: Tuesday, July 27 at 9/8c Based on the popular British series, this reality series features a group of amateur chefs competing to become a culinary master under the tutelage of fiery celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Each dish will be judged by Ramsay and fellow chefs Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot Bowles. Also, Ramsay may occasionally scream at people
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Memphis Beat (TNT)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 22 at 10/9c Produced by George Clooney's Smokehouse Productions, this cop drama stars Jason Lee as Dwight Hendricks, a Memphis police officer who lives with his mother. Dwight's intimate connection to the city sets him apart from other officers. Alfre Woodard also stars as Lt. Tanya Rice, Dwight's demanding boss.
16 of 24 TBS

Neighbors From Hell (TBS)

Premieres: Monday, June 7 at 10/9c Meet the Hellmans. They're from Hell, and are sent to earth in this animated horror-comedy to protect their home from a man-made super-drill that could expose the underworld. Will Sasso voices Balthazor, the patriarch, while Molly Shannon plays his wife, Tina, and Patton Oswalt plays the family's dog, Bazuzu.
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Persons Unknown (NBC)

Premieres: Monday, June 7 at 10/9c Part-Lost, part-Prisoner in concept, this mystery drama centers around a group of strangers who are imprisoned inside a small ghost town with no recollection of how they got there. Alan Ruck and Jason Wiles star.
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Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family)

Premieres: Tuesday, June 8 at 8/7c The producers of Gossip Girl turn another popular teen book series into a TV drama. This one features four estranged best friends who reunite one year after their best friend, Alison, goes missing. It's not long before the girls (Lucy Hale, Trojan Bellisario, Ashley Benson, and Shay Mitchell) begin to receive detailed messages from a mysterious "A," who somehow knows all their secrets.
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The Real L Word (Showtime)

Premieres: Sunday, June 20 at 10/9c Miss The L Word? Then tune in to follow the misadventures of six lesbians in this docu-drama.
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Rizzoli & Isles (TNT)

Premieres: Monday, July 12 at 10/9c Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star as a homicide detective and medical examiner in Boston. The two are good friends despite being complete opposites. Lorraine Bracco also stars as Harmon's demanding mother.
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Rookie Blue (ABC)

Premieres: Thursday, June 24 at 9/8c Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith, Charlotte Sullivan, Enuka Okuma and Travis Milne star as five rookie cops straight out of the academy.
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Rubicon (AMC)

Premieres: Sunday, Aug. 1 at 8/7c The Pacific's James Badge Dale stars as Will Travers, an analyst at a New York-based think tank who, after a great tragedy, discovers that his employers may be part of a secret society that manipulates world events on a grand scale. Miranda Richardson also stars.
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Scoundrels (ABC)

Premieres: Sunday, June 20 at 9/8c Honesty is the best policy, right? Virginia Madsen stars in this dramedy, based on a New Zealand series, as the matriarch of a crime family who decides to go straight after her husband (David James Elliott) is imprisoned.
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Work of Art: The Next Great Artist (Bravo)

Premieres: Wednesday, June 9 at 11/10c Sarah Jessica Parker produces this reality series that pits 14 aspiring artists against each other to compete for a show at a museum. And money and exposure, of course.