ABC released its new fall lineup on Tuesday, and while many of the network's most buzzed-about new series (the ShondaLand period piece Still Star-Crossed, for one) are being held until midseason, there are still plenty of shows whose fall debuts you can get excited about.

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Conviction

The new drama stars Agent Carter herself, Hayley Atwell, as Hayes Morrison, a lawyer and former First Daughter who takes a job with the New York District Attorney to avoid jail time after she's arrested for cocaine possession. There, she works with a team to overturn cases that have resulted in wrongful convictions. Eddie Cahill, Shawn Ashmore and Emily Kinney co-star.

Designated Survivor

Kiefer Sutherland makes his return to TV with this new drama that follows Tom Kirkman (Sutherland), a low-ranking Cabinet member who unwittingly becomes president after an attack on Washington. Maggie Q, Kal Penn and Adan Canto co-star.

Notorious

Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata team up for this drama based on the real-life experiences of criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and his best friend, cable news producer Wendy Walker, which will examine the "sexy and dangerous interplay of criminal law and the media."

Still Star-Crossed

The new Romeo & Juliet-inspired ShondaLand drama picks up where the Shakespeare classic ends, and examines the effects of Romeo and Juliet's (spoiler alert!) joint suicide on their respective families. It will premiere midseason.

Time After Time

The latest drama from Kevin Williamson (The Vampire Diaries, The Following) is a time-travel epic about H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma) and his pursuit of Jack the Ripper (Josh Bowman) from 19th century London to modern-day Manhattan.

American Housewife

The new comedy (formerly titled The Second Fattest Housewife in Westport) stars Katie Otto as a wife and mother of three who doesn't fit in with her Stepford Wives-like neighborsin Westport, Conn.

Downward Dog

The midseason comedy, based on a web series, stars Allison Tolman (Fargo) as a struggling millennial named Nan and is told from the perspective of, yep, her dog. His name is Martin.

Imaginary Mary

This comedy stars Jenna Elfman as Alice, a career woman who falls in love with a divorced father of three. Helping her navigate the relationship waters is Mary, her slightly unhinged imaginary friend from childhood (voiced by Rachel Dratch).

Speechless

Minnie Driver stars as a mother who's willing to do anything for her family, especially her eldest son who suffers from cerebral palsy, in this new comedy from the creators of Fresh Off the Boat.