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Check out all the new series coming your way this winter

Shaun Harrison
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America's Next Great Restaurant (NBC)

Premieres: Wednesday, March 16 at 9/8c From the producers of Top Chef, this is a culinary competition for the aspiring restaurateur. Contestants will vie for the opportunity to win a new restaurant chain. Bobby Flay serves as judge and mentor.
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Being Human (Syfy)

Premieres: Monday, Jan. 17 at 9/8c This reimagining of the acclaimed BBC series follows three twentysomething roommates — a ghost (Meaghan Rath), a vampire (Sam Witwer) and a werewolf (Sam Huntington) — as they try to keep their dark double lives a secret from the rest of the world. Mark Pellegrino (Lost, Dexter) co-stars as the leader of a vicious vampire legion in Boston trying to woo Witwer's character back into its fold.
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Bob's Burgers (Fox)

Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 9 at 8:30/7:30c This animated series focuses on Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin), a third-generation restaurateur who runs a burger joint with his wife and three kids. Bob has big ideas when it comes to his burgers, but his poor location and spotty customer service is beginning to impact the business.
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Body of Proof (ABC)

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

Premieres: TBD Oscar winner Jeremy Irons leads this epic drama series as Rodrigo Borgia, the megalomaniacal patriarch of a family who becomes Pope in Renaissance-era Italy. 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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Camelot (Starz)

Premieres: Friday, April 1 at 10/9c Starz injects some youth into an all-time classic tale. Jamie Campbell and Tamsin Egerton star as young King Arthur and Guinevere, respectively. FlashForward's Joseph Fiennes also stars.
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The Cape (NBC)

Premieres: Sunday, January 9 at 9/8c NBC takes another stab at the superhero genre with this drama starring David Lyons as Vince Faraday, a good cop who is framed for murder and believed dead. Desperately hoping to reunite with his wife (Jennifer Ferrin) and son (Ryan Wynott), Vince becomes his son's favorite comic book hero, The Cape, and doles out vigilante justice to the criminals of Palm City. Keith David co-stars as Vince's mentor, Summer Glau plays a blogger who reports on crime in the city, and James Frain (True Blood) plays The Cape's murdering nemesis Chess.
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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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The Chicago Code (Fox)

Premieres: Monday, Feb. 7, 9/8c New partners Jarek (Brotherhood’s Jason Clarke) and Caleb (Friday Night Lights' Matt Lauria) navigate crime and corruption within the Chicago Police Department. Jennifer Beals, Devin Kelley, Todd Williams, Delroy Lindo and Billy Lush co-star in this drama from Shawn Ryan (The Shield, Terriers).
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Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (CBS)

Premieres: Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 10/9c Like the Criminal Minds mothership, Suspect Behavior focuses on an elite team of agents within the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit that uses unconventional methods and aggressive tactics to capture the nation's most dangerous criminals. This show's unit is led by Oscar winner Forrest Whitaker. Rounding out his team are Janeane Garofalo, Matt Ryan, Michael Kelly, Beau Garrett and Criminal Minds veteran Kirsten Vangsness. Richard Schiff (The West Wing) is also expected to recur.
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Episodes (Showtime)

Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 9 at 9:30/8:30c Matt LeBlanc (Friends) plays himself in a comedy about a British couple whose highfalutin hit series in the U.K. is bought by an American network and slowly transformed into a broad sitcom starring… Matt LeBlanc.
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Fairly Legal (USA)

Premieres: Thursday, Jan. 20 at 10/9c Sarah Shahi (The Sopranos, Life) stars as Kate Reed, a talented litigator who tires of unjust bureaucracy and so becomes a mediator, aka the anti-lawyer. While she settles everyone else's affairs, Kate's own life is complicated by entanglements with her newly widowed stepmother/boss (Virginia Williams) and Kate's ex-husband (Battlestar Galactica's Michael Trucco).
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Friends with Benefits (NBC)

Premieres: TBD From the writers of (500) Days of Summer comes this half-hour comedy about five single twentysomethings in desperate search of “the one.” When their quests for love don’t go exactly as planned, they turn to each other for emotional support… and sometimes more. Party Down’s Ryan Hansen, One Tree Hill’s Danneel Harris and Melrose Place’s Jessica Lucas star.
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Happy Endings (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, April 13, 10/9c Alex (24's Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave (FlashForward’s Zachary Knighton) had the perfect life together with a great relationship and a close group of friends — that is, 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 only time will tell which ex gets custody of the friends. Saturday Night Live’s Casey Wilson co-stars.
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Harry's Law (NBC)

Premieres: Monday, Jan. 17 at 10/9c From David E. Kelley (The Practice, Ally McBeal) comes this legal dramedy staring Kathy Bates as Harriet "Harry" Korn, a patent lawyer who is abruptly fired from her blue-chip law firm. She finds new meaning in her work when she takes on the case of a college kid (Aml Ameen) and sets up an office in an abandoned shoe store, where Harriet's Law and Fine Shoes is born.
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Lights Out (FX)

Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 11 at 10/9c Holt McCallany stars as Patrick "Lights" Leary, an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who becomes a debt collector (of the kneecap-breaking variety) to support his wife and kids. Can he come out of retirement for one final bout? Catherine McCormack (Braveheart), Pablo Schreiber (The Wire), and Stacy Keach co-star
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Live to Dance (CBS)

Premieres: Tuesday, Jan. 4, 8/7c On Paula Abdul’s new dance competition show, anyone of any age can enter, from solo artists to dance troupes, from ballet dancers to hip-hop cloggers. All are welcome to compete for Abdul’s approval and $500,000.
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Love Bites (NBC)

Premieres: TBD This hourlong anthology looks at love with a series of vignettes about sex, marriage and dating. Perpetual optimist Annie (Ugly Betty’s Becki Newton), the lone single girl left among her now-happily married friends, narrates. Heroes’ Greg Grunberg also stars.
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Mad Love (CBS)

Premieres: Monday, Feb. 21 at 8:30/7:30c This romantic comedy starts with a familiar formula: A man and a woman meet cute atop the Empire State Building in New York City. But there’s no love lost among their respective friends, who can't stand each other. Jason Biggs (American Pie), Sarah Chalke (Scrubs), Judy Greer (Archer) and Tyler Labine (Sons of Tuscon) star.
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Mr. Sunshine (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 9:30/8:30c Matthew Perry returns to the small screen as Ben Donovan, the manager of an arena in San Diego who has an epiphany on his 40th birthday: He doesn't want to be alone. One problem: His co-worker-with-benefits (Andrea Anders) is dating Alonzo (James Lesure), another co-worker. Allison Janney steals the show as the eccentric owner of the arena.
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Off the Map (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 10/9c The creators of Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice drop some sexy doctors in the jungle. Set in a tiny South American town with one health clinic, the show follows idealistic Dr. Lily Brenner (Caroline Dhavernas) and her team of friends, who take the job to escape personal demons back home. Helping the young docs learn how to save lives in the challenging environment is clinic founder Ben Keeton (Martin Henderson) and his right-hand man (Jason George). Friday Night Lights' Zach Gilford and Mamie Gummer co-star.
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Perfect Couples (NBC)

Premieres: Thursday, Jan. 20, 8:30/7:30c Three very different couples struggle to define the ideal relationship. Rex (Hayes MacArthur) and Leigh (Attack of the Show’s Olivia Munn) never met a self-help book they didn’t love. Vance (David Walton) and Amy (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Mary Elizabeth Ellis) are volatile, but also the most passionate. Dave (Worst Week’s Kyle Bornheimer) and Julia (FlashForward’s Christine Woods) are the relatable ones, who mostly look on in horror at their four friends.
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Shameless (Showtime)

Premieres: Sunday, Jan. 9, 10/9c John Wells (ER) and Paul Abbott (State of Play) oversee this remake of the successful British series about six siblings who keep their family afloat while caring for their alcoholic dad. William H. Macy (Fargo) and Emmy Rossum (The Phantom of the Opera) star.
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Shedding for the Wedding (CW)

Premieres: Wednesday, Feb. 23, 9/8c It’s The Biggest Loser-meets-Bridezillas. This reality competition puts 10 overweight couples in the same house where they compete to lose the most weight over three months. Each week, the couple that loses the least gets sent packing, and the last pair standing win an all-expenses paid wedding — and dream figures to match. Sara Rue (Less Than Perfect) hosts.
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Traffic Light (Fox)

Premieres: Tuesday, Feb. 8, 9:30/8:30c Three longtime friends attempt to balance their relationships with their need for freedom. Ethan (Human Target's Kris Marshall) is the trio’s resident bachelor; Adam (Nelson Franklin) is adjusting to life with his live-in girlfriend Callie (Aya Cash); and married man Mike (The Office's David Deman) attempts to be loyal to both his wife Lisa (Liza Lapira) and his buds.