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SpringTV-bannerThis Spring, TV-fans have a lot to be happy about – after seven years off the air Arrested Development is back with their fourth season. In addition, there are fun new sitcoms, dramas, nighttime soaps and thrillers. Plus- reality competition The Voice is back with two new judges! Here’s what to look forward to. 

SpringTV-bannerThis Spring, TV-fans have a lot to be happy about – after seven years off the air Arrested Development is back with their fourth season. In addition, there are fun new sitcoms, dramas, nighttime soaps and thrillers. Plus- reality competition The Voice is back with two new judges! Here’s what to look forward to.

SpringTV-oic1The Voice
March 25 on NBC
On Season 4 of The Voice, Usher and Shakira will be joining judges Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green will be back, but they’ve left to focus on their music careers. It will be exciting to see how the new judges mesh!

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How To Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)
April 3 on ABC
Sarah Chalke (from Scrubs and Roseanne) plays Polly, a single divorced mother who has to move back in with her parents  — played by Elizabeth Perkins (Big, The Flinstones, Celia Hodes on Weeds) and Brad Garrett (Everybody Loves Raymond) — due to the economy. Chalke is always charming and Perkins is a comic genius, so you know this show will be a good time.

SpringTV-pic3Hannibal
April 4 on NBC
This thriller is based on the novels of Thomas Harris and follows the relationship between Dr. Hannibal Lecter, played by sexy Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen, and FBI criminal profiler Will Graham, played by Hugh Dancy, a.k.a. Mr. Claire Danes, the hot guy from Confessions of a Shopoholic. Expect nightmares from this suspenseful new series (but amazing dreams of the attractive stars).

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Da Vinci’s Demons
April 12 on Starz
A gorgeous cast stars in Starz’ new series Da Vinci’s Demons. This “historical fantasy” follows the life of Leonardo Da Vinci when he was just 25-years-old. Tom Riley (who played Wickham in the BBC series Lost in Austen—if you’ve never seen it, I highly recommend) plays the young genius Leo.



SpringTV-pic6Family Tools
May 1 on ABC
The adorable Kyle Bornheimer (Worst Week, Romantically Challenged) plays Jack, a guy with incredibly bad luck who moves home to take over dad’s hardware business.  Family Tools is based on the British sitcom White Van Man. Jack’s father is played by J.K. Simmons (Oz, Juno, The Closer, Law and Order)



SpringTV-pic5Arrested Development, Season 4
May 4 (maybe) on Netflix
This hilarious show gained an intensely loyal following when it was put on Netflix and now Netflix is paying back viewers with a brand new season of the Bluth family. There will be 14 new episodes starting in early May. Plus, it’s been rumored that these new shows will be leading to an Arrested Development movie.


SpringTV-pic7Mistresses
May 27 on ABC
Looking for a new nighttime soap to take over the missing spot in your heart from the ending of Desperate Housewives? Perhaps give Mistresses a try. The new drama centers on four women, April (Rochelle Aytes), Josslyn (Jes Macallan), Katie (Yunjin Kim) and Josslyn’s older sister Sarah (Milano), and follows their juicy love lives.  

(Some of) these shows will be worth staying home for, my couch potato friends!

 

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