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CBS has released trailers for its new series, including procedural spin-off NCIS: New Orleans, the Kevin Williamson drama Stalker, and comedy The McCarthys. Check out the first looks below:

NCIS: New Orleans follows a local field office in the Big Easy, a city whose rich setting of music, fun and debauchery is a magnet for military personnel on leave — but with that fun comes trouble, and when the city's darker side emerges, Special Agent Dwayne Pride and his team are the ones to call. NCISGary Glasberg and Mark Harmon will executive-produce. Scott BakulaZoe McLellanLucas Black and CCH Pounder will star. Airing Tuesdays at 9/8c.

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Stalker stars Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q as detectives who handle stalking incidents for the Threat Management Unit of the LAPD. The Following's Williamson will write and executive-produce. Mariana Klaveno and Victor Rasuk will also star. Airing Wednesdays at 10/9c.

Madam Secretary is a drama about the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State (Tea Leoni) as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life. Joan of Arcadia creator Barbara Hall wrote the pilot, and will executive-produce with Oscar-winner Morgan FreemanTim DalyBebe NeuwirthGeoffrey Arend, Patina Miller, Erich Bergen and Katherine Herzer will also star. Airing Sundays at 8/7c.

In Scorpion, an eccentric genius (Elyes Gabel) and his international network of super-geniuses form the last line of defense against the complex threats of the modern age. Sleepy Hollow creators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will executive-produce the project, which comes from Prison Break's Nick SantoraKatharine McPhee, Eddie Kaye ThomasAri Stidham and Robert Patrick will also star. Airing midseason.

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The McCarthys is a family comedy about a loud, sports-crazy Boston clan starring Laurie MetcalfJack McGeeJoey McIntyre, Tyler Ritter, Jimmy Dunn and Kelen ColemanBrian Gallivan will write and executive-produce with Friends with BenefitsWill Gluck and Mike Sikowitz. Airing midseason. 

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