The Brotherhood Of Poland, N.H. premiered on CBS on September 24, 2003. This series from Emmy Award-winning producer David E. Kelley is a drama that celebrates small town life and follows three brothers as they face challenges in their families and careers in the town of Poland, N.H. Hank Shaw, the police captain, Garrett Shaw, the mayor, and Waylon Shaw, unemployed, were born and raised in Poland and are former high school hockey stars. Now, as grown men, they are struggling with big city problems. On the job, Hank is known for his explosive personality and tendency to communicate with his fists, while his home life is far from wild with his unhappy wife, Dottie. Garrett, the town's pillar of strength, finds his own world beginning to crumble when he's forced to hide a secret from his wife, Helen, that could jeopardize his marriage and his relationship with his daughter, Monica. Waylon, out of work and feeling a little paranoid, is convinced that his wife, Julie, is having an affair. When Waylon enlists him to help, Hank assigns outspoken police officer Francine Hill to spy on Julie's potential suitor. Waylon also learns that his teenage daughter, Katie, is sleeping with her high school teacher. As the brothers confront personal and professional dilemmas, the one constant in their lives is their family bond and their unconditional love for each other.