2014 Summer Premiere Schedule: What's New? What's Returning?

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Television off-season?

What television off-season?!?

While all of your favorite fall programs will air finales this week or next, the small screen's summer schedule is more packed than ever with returning hits and promising new shows.

From deceitful young ladies in Rosewood to busy doctors in the Hamptons to scary monsters in 19th century England, click around below and prepare your DVR according to the following summer premiere date calendar.

So much for going on vacation, huh?!?

In the Flesh, BBCA,  Saturday, May 10
If you're missing The Walking Dead, you can check out this British import for a zombie fix. The dead have been reintegrated with society, but it’s not like Resurrection. It's thought provoking and gory. Best of both worlds!

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Therookcomics

The Rook would make an awesome TV series or Movie. The Rook is an adventure hero like Daryl Dickson of the Walking Dead. Emmy Award winning Kirk Van Wormer’s The Rook is awesome. See it here http://www.therookcomics.com/V...

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Can't wait for Rizzoli and Isles!

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Can't wait for Beauty &the Beast,Switched at Birth,Fosters,Pretty Little Liars,Americas Next Top Model. Ill also probably watch Rizzoli & Isels,Mistreses,Hit the Floor, and check out/try Mystery Girls & Young & Hungry.

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Two things: 1. Lee Pace is back on my TV?!? Sign me up. 2. I saw the trailer of Chasing Life. As a young adult cancer survivor, by the trailer I can tell you that it's fine if you want an inaccurate, romanticized Hollywood look at cancer, but don't be deceived that it's anything close to reality.