Fall TV scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Revolution, from J.J. Abrams, Supernatural's Eric Kripke and Bryan Burk, is a high-octane action drama that follows a group of people struggling to survive and reunite with their loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. Giancarlo Esposito, Billy Burke, David Lyons, Tim Guinee, Graham Rogers, Tracy Spiridakos, Andrea Roth, JD Pardo, Zak Orth and Anna Lise Philips will star. Airing Mondays at 10/9c.
Go On stars Matthew Perry as a sportscaster who tries to move on from a loss through mandatory group therapy sessions. Friends writer/producer Scott Silveri executive-produces. Laura Benanti, Julie White, Suzy Nakamura, Khary Payton and Allison Miller will also star. Bill Cobbs will guest-star. Airing Tuesdays at 9/8c.
The New Normal follows a gay couple — Book of Mormon's Andrew Rannells and The Hangover's Justin Bartha — trying to start a family with the help of a surrogate (Georgia King). Along with fellow Glee producer Ali Adler, Ryan Murphy will co-write and executive-produce the project. Ellen Barkin and Bebe Wood will also star. Nene Leakes and Jayson Blair will recur. Airing Tuesdays at 9:30/8:30c.
Animal Practice is an office-based comedy featuring a House-like veterinarian (Weeds' Justin Kirk) who loves the animals but hates their owners. Executive-produced by Hangover Part II writer Scot Armstrong. Tyler Labine, Amy Huberman and Bobby Lee will also star. Airing Wednesdays at 8/7c.
Guys With Kids follows three thirtysomething guys (Jesse Bradford, Zach Cregger and Anthony Anderson) who enjoy the adventures of parenting even though they haven't grown up themselves. NBC late-night host Jimmy Fallon will executive-produce. Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Tempestt Bledsoe will also star. Sara Rue will guest-star. Airing Wednesdays at 8:30/7:30c.
Chicago Fire is an action-drama focusing on the complex and heroic men and women of the Chicago Fire Department. Derek Haas and Michael Brandt will write and executive-produce with Law & Order's Dick Wolf. Jesse Spencer, Eamonn Walker, Monica Raymund, David Eigenberg, Taylor Kinney, Lauren German, Merle Dandridge, Teri Reeves and Charlie Barnett will star. Airing Wednesdays at 10/9c.
Do No Harm focuses on a brilliant neurosurgeon (Steven Pasquale) who wrestles with his dangerous alter ego that threatens to wreak havoc on his personal and professional life. The Event's David Schulner will write and executive-produce with Samantha Who?'s Peter Traugott. Alana de la Garza, Phylicia Rashad, Michael Esper, Mousa Kraish and Ruta Gedmintas will also star. Airing Sundays at 10/9c starting midseason.
1600 Penn follows the most ordinary family in the world that just so happens to be the First Family. Book of Mormon's Josh Gad will star, write and executive-produce with Modern Family's Jason Winer. Bill Pullman will play the President of the United States. Martha MacIsaac, Jenna Elfman, Amara Miller, Benjamin Stockham and Andre Holland will also star. Premiering midseason.
Next Caller is a gender comedy focusing on a brash, alpha male DJ (Dane Cook) and his new plucky, feminist co-host (Collette Wolfe). From Weeds' producer Stephen Falk. Joy Osmanski and Wole Parks will also star. Ryan Devlin and Jeffrey Tambor will guest-star. Premiering midseason.
Save Me stars Anne Heche as a woman who starts to believe that she is channeling God after she has an accident. Heche will also serve as a producer on the project. John Scott Shepherd, Neal Moritz, Vivian Cannon and Scott Winant executive-produce. Alexandra Breckenridge, Heather Burns, Madison Davenport, Lamman Rucker and Michael Landes will also star. Premiering midseason.
Infamous is an opulent soap in which a female detective (Meagan Good) returns to the wealthy family in which she grew up— only she's undercover as the maid's daughter — to solve the murder of the notorious heiress who was once her closest friend. Mercy's Liz Heldens will write and executive-produce. Victor Garber, Tate Donovan, Neil Jackson, Laz Alonso, Ella Rae Peck and Katherine LaNasa will also star. Premiering midseason.
Which of NBC's new shows will you tune in for?