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Unlikely Cop Partners Attend Couple Counseling in 'Common Law' Promo

November 2, 2011 (7:38 am) GMT
The new buddy cop series from USA Network centers on two LAPD detectives who are sent to meet a therapist as their longtime partnership is on the rocks.

A first look at new buddy cop series "" has been made available in a form of a trailer. It sees two acclaimed LAPD homicide detectives who get arguing with each other any time, including when they are chasing the bad guy.

Since constant bickering gets in the way of their work, the two end up on probation. To revive their flagging professional relationship, their captain sends them to a couple counseling with therapist Dr. Ryan who will help them try to understand and resolve their conflicts.

plays former petty criminal and ladies man Travis Marks, while portrays his partner, methodical ex-lawyer Wes Mitchell. Created by "" writers Cormac and Marianne Wibberly, "Common Law" is currently shooting in Louisiana for a scheduled premiere of early 2012 on USA Network.



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