ABC has released trailers for its new fall series, including the comedies Selfie and Manhattan Love Story, as well as Shonda Rhimes' new drama How to Get Away with Murder. Check out the first looks below:
Cristela stars Cristela Alonzo as a law student who's trying to balance her ambition with her Mexican-American family's expectations. Alonzo penned the pilot with Kevin Hench.Airing Fridays at 8:30/7:30c.
In Selfie, a self-obsessed, twentysomething woman (Karen Gillan) is the subject of a viral video made after a humiliating public breakup. When the video makes her an Internet celebrity for all the wrong reasons, she hires a marketing expert named Henry (John Cho) to help restore her image. Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek will write and executive-produce the project inspired by My Fair Lady. David Harewood, Tim Peper, Da'Vine Joy Randolph and Allyn Rachel will also star. Airing Tuesdays at 8/7c.
How to Get Away With Murder is a sexy, suspense-driven legal thriller about a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant, mysterious criminal defense professor (Viola Davis) who become entangled in a murder plot that will rock their entire university and change the course of their lives.Grey's Anatomy producer Peter Nowalk will write and executive-produce with Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers' Shondaland. Liza Weil, Tom Verica, Billy Brown, Katie Findlay, Matt McGorry, Aja Naomi King, Jack Falahee, Alfred Enoch, Charlie Weber andKarla Souza will co-star. Airing Thursdays at 10/9c.
Manhattan Love Story is a romantic comedy that exposes the unfiltered inner monologues of young couple Peter (Jake McDorman) and Dana (Analeigh Tipton) as they embark on a new relationship. Spin City's Jeff Lowell will write and executive-produce with Samantha Who's Peter Traugott.Kurt Fuller, Jade Catta-Preta, Jon Liebman, Chloe Wepper and Nicolas Wright will also star. Airing Tuesdays at 8:30/7:30c.
In Black-ish, an upper-middle-class black man (Anthony Anderson) struggles to raise his children with a sense of cultural identity despite constant contradictions and obstacles coming from his liberal wife (Tracee Ellis Ross), old-school father (Laurence Fishburne) and his assimilated, color-blind kids. Anderson and Fishburne will executive-produce with writer Kenya Barris(Are We There Yet?) and The Daily Show's Larry Wilmore. Miles Brown, Marcus Scribner, Caila Martin and Yara Shahidi will co-star. Airing Wednesdays at 9:30/8:30c.
Forever follows Dr. Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd), New York City's star medical examiner who studies the dead for a reason: He is immortal. With the help of Detective Jo Martinez (Alana De La Garza), the drama will peel back the layers of Henry's long, colorful life through their cases. Chuck's Matt Miller will write and executive-produce with Dan Lin (Terminator Salvation) and Jennifer Gwartz (Veronica Mars). Judd Hirsch, Barbara Eve Harris, Joel David Moore and Donnie Keshwarz will also star. Airing Tuesdays at 10/9c.
Galavant follows handsome Prince Galavant (Joshua Sasse) on a quest for revenge against the king (Psych's Timothy Omundson) who stole his one true love (Mallory Jansen) in this fairy-tale musical. Dan Fogelman will write and executive-produce with Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken writing the music. Vinnie Jones, Karen David and Luke Youngblood will also star. Galavant will debut midseason.
In American Crime, the personal lives of the players involved in a racially charged trial are examined as their worlds are turned upside-down. 12 Years a Slave scribe John Ridley will write and executive-produce with Cougar Town's Michael McDonald. Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, Penelope Ann Miller, Richard Cabral, Johnny Ortiz, Elvis Nolasco, Benito Martinez, W. Earl Brown and Caitlin Gerard will co-star. American Crime will debut midseason.
The Whispers is a sci-fi drama about the race against the clock to defeat an unseen alien enemy out to destroy the world using our most precious resource against us. Juno's Soo Hugh will write the project from Steven Spielberg's Amblin TV. Barry Sloane, Milo Ventimiglia, Lily Rabe, Derek Webster, Brianna Brown, Kylie Rogers, Catalina Denis and Kyle Harrison Breitkopf will star. The Whispers will debut midseason.
Previously titled Far East Orlando, Fresh Off the Boat is a '90s-set comedy about a hip-hop-loving Asian kid (Hudson Yang) growing up in suburban Orlando, being raised by an immigrant father (Randall Park) obsessed with all things American and an immigrant mother (Constance Wu) often bewildered by white culture. Apartment 23 creator Nahnatchka Khan will write and executive-produce with New Girl's Jake Kasdan. Forrest Wheeler and Ian Chen will also star. Fresh Off the Boat will debut midseason.
Secrets and Lies stars Ryan Phillippe as Ben Garner, a man who goes from Good Samaritan to murder suspect after he discovers the body of his neighbor's young son in the woods. As Detective Andrea Cornell (Juliette Lewis) digs for the truth, the secrets and lies of this town come to the surface and no one is above suspicion. Private Practice's Barbie Kligman will executive-produce with Aaron Kaplan, Tracey Robertson and Nathan Mayfield. KaDee Strickland, Natalie Martinez, Clifton Collins Jr., Indiana Evans and Belle Shouse round out the cast. Secrets and Lies will debut midseason.
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