LEXINGTON, KY – JANUARY 20: Karl-Anthony Towns #12, Andrew Harrison #5, Dominique Hawkins #25 and Willie Cauley-Stein #15 of the Kentucky Wildcats look on against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the game at Rupp Arena on January 20, 2015 in Lexington, Kentucky. Kentucky defeated Vanderbilt 65-57. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

If you’re looking for a behind the scenes look at Kentucky, Baylor, Arkansas, Utah, Michigan State and Indiana, CBS Sports and Turners Sports have you covered. NCAA March Madness Confidential returns and will offer an up close look at some of the top seeds in the tournament.

Beginning back on Selection Sunday, production crews have been following the schools listed above, chronicling their preparations as well as their journey through the tournament. Features will be regularly appearing on CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV and NCAA.com. Here’s the release from CBS/Turner:

Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ joint coverage of the 2015 NCAA Tournament includes the return of NCAA March Madness Confidential, providing exclusive, behind-the-scenes access of NCAA Tournament teams.  This year’s Confidential series features six teams:

No. 1-seed Kentucky, No. 3-seed Baylor, No. 5-seed Arkansas, No. 5-seed Utah, No. 7-seed Michigan State and No. 10-seed Indiana.

Production crews have been embedded with the teams beginning Selection Sunday.  Features will air during the Network’s studio coverage across TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV, throughout the Tournament, as well as on NCAA.com, chronicling their NCAA Tournament journeys.

For the fifth consecutive year, CBS Sports and Turner Sports will provide live coverage of all 67 games from the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship across four national television networks – TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV – and NCAA March Madness Live.  This year’s NCAA Final Four National Semifinals from Indianapolis will be televised Saturday, April 4 on TBS with team-specific “Teamcast” coverage available via TNT and truTV.  The National Championship will air Monday, April 6 on CBS.

Fans are going to question the teams selected for NCAA March Madness Confidential, but it’s difficult to get mad at a good thing. Plus, as long as Kentucky is there, that’s likely all that matters. Who doesn’t want to see what goes on behind the scenes during the tournament?

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