The fall TV season is taking shape. Networks have ordered dozens of new pilots starring familiar faces like Tim Allen, Chelsea Handler, Debra Messing, and from proven producers like Josh Schwartz, J.J. Abrams and Ron Moore (Battlestar Galactica).
To keep track of who's doing what, read our complete list of all the series projects in contention and check back for updates on their status.
Apartment 23 (formerly known as Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23) (Comedy)
A bright-eyed Midwestern girl (Dreama Walker) moves to New York, where she finds herself living with her worst nightmare (Krysten Ritter). American Dad's Nahnatchka Khan wrote the pilot. James Van Der Beek, Eric Andre and Michael Blaiklock will also star.
Bad Mom (Comedy)
Julia Lacey (Jenna Elfman) has to re-assume custody of her children when their caretaker, Julia's mother (Frances Conroy), wants her life back. Aaron Kaplan (Terra Nova) will executive-produce. Sharon Horgan, Aidan Potter, Lizzie Broadway, Johnny Pemberton and Tom Everett Scott will also star. Shaun Majumder will guest-star in the pilot.
Charlie's Angels (Drama)
Based on the iconic 1970s TV show, this remake will be set in modern-day Miami and star Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh as the Angels, and Ramon Rodriguez as Bosley. The project comes from the original series' producer Leonard Goldberg, film Angel Drew Barrymore and Smallville producers Miles Millar and Al Gough. Robert Wagner will provide the voice of Charlie.
Damage Control (Drama)
Kerry Washington plays a professional "fixer," based on the career of Judy Smith, the crisis management consultant who has guided such public figures as Monica Lewinsky and Michael Vick. Shonda Rhimes and Grey's Anatomy's Betsy Beers will executive-produce. Co-stars include Lost's Henry Ian Cusick, Katie Lowes, Guillermo Diaz, Tony Goldwyn, Darby Stanchfield, Jeff Perry, Liza Weil and Columbus Short.
This sexy soap follows the young people (Jimmy Wolk, Katie Cassidy, Daisy Betts, Joe Mazello) who work for the power brokers of Washington, D.C. Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (Gossip Girl) will executive-produce. Condola Rashad, Wendy Crewson, Boris Kodjoe and Kevin Zegers will also star.
Eric Roberts and Abigail Spencer star in this dysfunctional family drama set in the world of professional dance. Produced by Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba and Krista Vernoff (Grey's Anatomy). Sherri Saum, Will Kemp, Chantz Simpson, Eion Bailey, Chris Carmack, Robert Hoffman and Anabelle Acosta will also star. Debbie Allen will guest-star in the pilot.
Good Christian B----es! (Drama)
Former high school mean girl Amanda (Leslie Bibb) returns to Dallas after her marriage ends in scandal, hoping for a second chance with those she once bullied. Darren Star (Sex and the City) is among the executive producers. Kristin Chenoweth, Jennifer Aspen, Miriam Shor, Marisol Nichols, Mark Deklin, David James Elliott, Brad Beyer and Annie Potts also star.
In a Tennessee town being torn apart by the forces of good and evil, a stranger arrives to restore the residents' faith. Desperate Housewives boss Marc Cherry will executive-produce. Jesse L. Martin, Donal Logue, Terry O'Quinn, Arielle Kebbel, Della Reese, Robbie Amell, Zoey Deutch and Frances O'Connor will star. Brett Cullen and Jonathan Scarfe will guest-star in the pilot.
This cop drama centers on an elite unit formed to combat identity-related crime. John Glenn, Mark Gordon and Deb Spera will executive-produce. Angela Bassett, Orlando Jones, Colin O'Donoghue, Bree Turner and Jay Paulson will star.
Lost and Found (Comedy)
A narcissistic New York City bartender and party girl (Jordana Spiro) has her life turned upside-down when the conservative son (Dean Collins) she gave up for adoption 18 years ago shows up on her doorstep. Marisa Coughlan (Boston Legal) will produce. Diana Maria Riva, Waleed Zuaiter, Todd Grinnell and Josh Casaubon will star.
Man Up (Comedy)
A unique look at what it takes to survive as a modern man, as told through the eyes of three best friends (Chris Moynihan, Mather Zickel and Dan Fogler) and the women in their lives. Moynihan (A Mighty Wind), Ron West (Backdraft) and Kelly Kulchak (Psych) will executive-produce. Teri Polo, Amanda Detmer, Jake Johnson and Henry Simmons also star.
My Freakin' Family (Comedy)
A young couple (Ellen Woglom and Ravi Patel) with a new baby experiences radical life changes when their parents, who have different cultural backgrounds, fight for the soul of their grandchild. Erica Rivinoja and Peter Traugott (Samantha Who?) will executive-produce. Christopher Rich, Mo Gaffney, Cybill Shepherd, Lilan Bowden and Harish Patel will also star.
Once Upon a Time (Drama)
A woman (Jennifer Morrison) travels to a town where fairy tales are real. Lost's Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz wrote the pilot and will executive-produce. Big Love's Ginnifer Goodwin will play Snow White, while Lana Parrilla will play the Evil Queen. Robert Carlyle, Josh Dallas, Raphael Sbarge, Jamie Dornan and Jared Gilmore will also star.
Other People's Kids (Comedy)
A 32-year-old guy (Jesse Bradford) with no responsibilities suddenly finds himself in love with an older woman (Bonnie Somerville) who has two kids, an ex-husband (Johnny Sneed), and ex-in-laws. Stacy Traub (Notes From the Underbelly) and Peter Traugott are executive producers. Malcolm Barrett, Judith Light and Claire Engler will also star. Tom Arnold will guest-star in the pilot.
Pan Am (Drama)
The stewardesses and pilots of the titular airline are the stars of this soap set in the Jet Age of the 1960s. Jack Orman (ER) wrote the pilot and will executive-produce with Nancy Hult Ganis and Tommy Schlamme (The West Wing). Jonah Lotan, Christina Ricci, Margot Robbie, Kelli Garner, Karine Vanasse and Michael Mosley will star.
Two female police detectives (Scottie Thompson and Annie Wersching) are fiercely loyal to one another... because they're also secretly sisters. Criminal Minds' Edward Allen Bernero created the project. Frances Fisher, Michael Beach, Kenneth Mitchell, Nestor Serrano and Lawrence Gilliard Jr. will also star.
Edgar Allan Poe (Chris Egan) is reimagined in this period crime procedural as a sleuth who uses unconventional methods to investigate dark mysteries in 1840s Boston. Chris Hollier (Alias) wrote the pilot and will produce along with Dan Lin (Sherlock Holmes). Natalie Dormer, Marco Grazzini, Leslie Odom Jr., Tabrett Bethell and Kevin McNally also star.
A woman (Emily VanCamp) harboring a dangerous secret rents a house in the Hamptons for the summer. Mike Kelley (Swingtown) wrote the script and will executive-produce. Ashley Madekwe, Joshua Bowman, Gabriel Mann, Christa B. Allen, Madeleine Stowe, Henry Czerny, Connor Paolo and Nick Wechsler will star.
The River (Drama)
When a famed adventurer and TV personality (Bruce Greenwood) goes missing in the Amazon, his family (among them, Joe Anderson and Leslie Hope) tries to find him. Project comes from the team behind Paranormal Activity. Oren Peli and Jason Blum will executive-produce. Eloise Mumford, Thomas Kretschmann, Paulina Gaitan, Paul Blackthorne, Daniel Zacapa and Shaun Parkes will also star.
A young couple (Kyle Howard and Brooke D'Orsay) struggles to deal with their respective parents in this sitcom from Friends writers Andrew Reich and Ted Cohen, who based it on their real-life experiences. Marcia Gay Harden, John C. McGinley and Julie White star.
A New York City girl (Jane Levy) moves to a cookie-cutter community — only to find that the suburbs are much scarier than any horror movie she's seen. Emily Kapnek (Hung) wrote the pilot and will produce. Jeremy Sisto, Alan Tudyk, Cheryl Hines, Carly Chaikin and Allie Grant will also star. Ana Gasteyer will guest-star in the pilot.
Untitled Tim Allen Project (formerly known as The Last Days of Man) (Comedy)
Tim Fitzgerald (Tim Allen) is fighting for his manhood in a world that is being increasingly dominated by women, including his wife (Nancy Travis). 30 Rock's Jack Burditt and Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum) will executive-produce. Hector Elizondo will also star.
Work It (Comedy)
Two unemployed car salesmen (Amaury Nolasco and Ben Koldyke) decide that in order to succeed, they must dress as women to get jobs as pharmaceutical reps. Andrew Reich and Ted Cohen (Friends) wrote the project and will executive-produce. John Carapulo, Kate Reinders, Rochelle Aytes, Kacie Lynch, Kristin Eggers and Rebecca Mader will also star.
The Assistants (Comedy)
Four assistants work for a difficult celebrity couple (Heather Locklear and Jason Jones). Tucker Cawley (Parks and Recreation) wrote the pilot and will executive-produce with Eric and Kim Tannenbaum (Two and a Half Men). David Henrie, Emily Rutherford, Sarah Wright, Lamorne Morris and TJ Miller will star.
The Doctor (Drama)
A mother (Christine Lahti) reconnects with her adult children when she joins the family medical practice. Privileged creator Rina Mimoun will write and executive-produce. Eva Amurri, Scott Foley, Kyle MacLachlan and Michael Boatman will also star.
Hail Mary (Drama)
An Atlanta-set P.I. drama tells the story of a suburban single mom (Minnie Driver) who teams up with a street hustler (Brandon T. Jackson) to solve crimes. Jeff Wadlow will write and executive-produce with Joel Silver and The L Word creator Ilene Chaiken. Enrique Murciano, Noureen DeWulf, Jet Jurgensmeyer and Stephen Tobolowsky will also star.
Home Game (Comedy)
Inspired by the life of three-time Super Bowl champion and NFL pro Mark Schlereth, the show focuses on a retired professional football player (Rob Riggle) who returns home to his family. Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson will executive-produce. Constance Zimmer, Ken Marino, Elizabeth McLaughlin, Stefania Owen and Jenn Proske also star.
How to Be a Gentleman (Comedy)
An uptight guy (David Hornsby) learns to live his life with the help of an old high school friend (Kevin Dillon). The project comes from Hornsby (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia). Dave Foley, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Nancy Lenehan and Rhys Darby will also star.
Person of Interest (Drama)
A presumed-dead CIA agent (Jim Caviezel) is recruited by a billionaire (Michael Emerson) to catch violent criminals in New York City. Memento's Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams will executive-produce. Taraji P. Henson and Kevin Chapman will also star. Natalie Zea will guest-star in the pilot.
A troubled young woman on the run (Sarah Michelle Gellar) hides out by living the life of her wealthy twin sister. One problem: Her sibling has a bounty on her head as well. Eric Carmelo and Nicole Snyder (Supernatural) will executive-produce. Nestor Carbonell, Kristoffer Polaha, Tara Summers, Mike Colter and Ioan Gruffudd will also star.
Six new NYPD cops try to balance their personal lives while working the mean streets of Manhattan. Robert De Niro, crime novelist Richard Price (Clockers) and Little Fockers producer Jane Rosenthal will executive-produce. Adam Goldberg, Leelee Sobieski, Judy Marte, Tom Reed, Harold House Moore, Terry Kinney and Stark Sands star.
Two Broke Girls (Comedy)
Two girls (Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings) from very different backgrounds work as waitresses, hoping to start their own business. The project was co-written by Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings, who will also executive produce. Matthew Moy, Garret Morris and Jonathan Kite will also star.
Untitled Ed Redlich-John Bellucci Project (Drama)
Inspired by J. Robert Lennon's short story The Rememberer, a female NYPD detective (Poppy Montgomery) has the special ability to remember everything. Ed Redlich and John Bellucci will executive-produce. Dylan Walsh, Michael Gaston, Daya Vaidya and Kevin Rankin will also star.
Untitled Filgos Project (formerly known as Homegrown) (Comedy)
Four generations of blue-collar Midwesterners live under the same roof. The project comes from That '70s Show alums Jeff and Jackie Filgo. Ugly Betty's Becki Newton, Tricia O'Kelley, Gerald McRaney, Tanner Buchanan and Shane McRae will star.
Untitled Peter Knight Project (Comedy)
An ensemble of young assistants and junior executives juggle love and the struggles of climbing the corporate ladder. Peter Knight and Doug Robinson (Rules of Engagement) will executive-produce. Larry Wilmore, Ben Rappaport, Kevin Corrigan, Michelle Trachtenberg and Tim Peper will star.
Untitled Rob Schneider Project (Comedy)
A lonely bachelor (Rob Schneider) marries into a large, tight-knit Mexican-American family (including Ugly Betty's Tony Plana, Nadine Velazquez and Lupe Ontiveros). Fellow SNL alum Lew Morton co-wrote the script, and will also executive-produce alongside Schneider and Two and a Half Men's Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. Eugenio Derbez, Ada Maris and Juan Martinez will also star.
Untitled Sports Radio Project (Comedy)
This sitcom is inspired by ESPN personality Colin Cowherd's talk show, The Herd with Colin Cowherd. Bill Martin and Mike Schiff will write and executive-produce, along with Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. Damon Wayans, Eliza Dushku, Nia Long and Danny Comden will star.
Untitled Susannah Grant Project (Drama)
The life of an ultra-competitive surgeon (Patrick Wilson) is changed forever when his ex-wife (Jennifer Ehle) dies and begins teaching him about life from the hereafter. Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich) is executive-producing. Julie Benz, Margo Martindale, Liam Aiken and Afton Williamson will also star.
Vince Uncensored (Comedy)
A man (Michael Chiklis) tries to take a more honest approach to his life, work and family after a life-changing experience. Phoef Sutton (Cheers) and Conan O'Brien will executive-produce. Elizabeth Perkins will also star.
Two sisters (Lucy Griffiths and Meredith Hagner) face off during a zombie uprising. William Laurin, Glenn Davis, Howard T. Owens, Carolyn Bernstein and Todd Cohen will executive-produce. Brian Hallisay, Jewell Blackman, Mckean Rand and Titus Welliver will also star. Marco Grazzini will guest-star in the pilot.
Cooper and Stone (Drama)
Two young female Chicago detectives (Alex Breckenridge and Vanessa Ferlito) find a balance between discussing fashion and catching criminals. Laurie Arent will executive-produce. Riley Smith, Jenna Stern and David Ramsey will also star.
Danni Lowinski (Drama)
After being brushed off by big law firms, recent grad Danni decides to open her own practice in a shopping mall kiosk. The project comes from 90210's Jennie Snyder Urman. Amanda Walsh, Carla Gallo, Neal Bledsoe, George Dzundza and Utkarsh Ambudkar will star.
A young female attorney (Lauren Cohan) and a former angel-turned-human (Ben Aldridge) take on cases at a legal-aid clinic. Richard Hatem, Rob Doherty and Ross Fineman executive-produce. Elizabeth Ho and Ryan Eggold will also star.
Hart of Dixie (Drama)
A New York City doctor (Rachel Bilson) inherits a small medical practice in the South. Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will executive-produce. Jaime King, Scott Porter, McKaley Miller, Cress Williams and Wilson Bethel will also star. Nancy Travis will guest-star in the pilot.
Secret Circle (Drama)
Based on the three-book series from The Vampire Diaries author L.J. Smith, a young witch (Britt Robertson) is the key to a battle between good and evil. Diaries' Kevin Williamson will executive-produce. Thomas Dekker, Shelley Hennig, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Louis Hunter, Ashley Crow, Gale Harold, Natasha Henstridge and Phoebe Tonkin will also star.
A cop (Sarah Jones) and a team of FBI agents track down a group of missing Alcatraz prisoners and guards who reappear in the present day after disappearing 30 years earlier. J.J. Abrams will executive-produce and Liz Sarnoff (Lost) will be the showrunner. Jorge Garcia, Sam Neill, Jonny Coyne, Jason Butler Harner, Parminder Nagra, Santiago Cabrera and Robert Forster also star.
The Council of Dads (Comedy)
Based on the non-fiction book by Bruce Feiler, a man who learns he's dying enlists five men to help his wife raise their two children. The project comes from Rescue Me creator Peter Tolan. Kyle Bornheimer, Diane Farr, Patrick Breen, Griffin Gluck, Landry Bender, Rick Gomez, Richard T. Jones and Ken Howard will star.
Exit Strategy (Drama)
This series stars Ethan Hawke as the leader of a CIA extraction team. Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (Fringe, Hawaii Five-0) will produce. Megan Dodds, Tom Sizemore, Lina Esco, Lily Rabe and Elyes Gabel also star.
Family Album (Comedy)
A headstrong patriarch (Mike O'Malley) embarks on a vacation with his extended family. The project comes from Joe Port and Joe Wiseman. Rachael Harris, Rob Huebel, Damaris Diaz, Ted Sutherland, Isabella Cramp and Joy Osmanski also star.
The Finder (Drama)
Based on The Locator books by Richard Greener, this Bones spin-off follows a former military policeman (Geoff Stults) with the ability to find anything. Saffron Burrows and Michael Clarke Duncan also star. Hart Hanson wrote the pilot and will executive-produce.
A group of friends help each other after the death of one of their fiancés. The project comes from writer-executive producer Andy Bobrow. Kerry Bishe, Zach Gilford, John Boyd and Krysta Rodriguez will star.
I Hate My Teenage Daughter (Comedy)
Two women (Jaime Pressly and Katie Finneran) fret that their daughters are turning into the type of girls who picked on them in high school. Sherry Bilsing-Graham and Ellen Kreamer will executive-produce. Eric Sheffer Stevens, Kristi Lauren, Aisha Coleman, Kevin Rahm and Chad Coleman will also star. Rosa Blasi will guest-star in the pilot.
Little in Common (Comedy)
This project revolves around families whose children play Little League together. Veronica Mars' Rob Thomas will write and executive-produce. Rob Corddry, Paula Marshall, Kevin Hart, Lombardo Boyar, Alanna Ubach, Curtis Harris, Izabela Vidovic, Rowan Blanchard, Skyler Gisondo, Jamie White, Campbell Williams and Gabrielle Union star.
Locke & Key (Drama)
Based on Joe Hill's comic, widow Nina Locke and her three kids (among them Jesse McCartney) return to live in their old family home after patriarch Rendell Locke is brutally murdered. Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will executive-produce. Miranda Otto, Nick Stahl, Sara Bolger, Skylar Gaetner and Harrison Thomas also star.
The New Girl (formerly known as Untitled Liz Meriwether Project) (Comedy)
This comedy explores the sexual politics of young men and women. No Strings Attached scribe Liz Meriwether wrote the pilot and will executive-produce alongside Peter Chernin and Katherine Pope. Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone, Jake M. Johnson, Damon Wayans Jr., and Max Greenfield will star.
Based on the British comedy, this project centers on a set of parents (Ana Ortiz and Cliff Chamberlain) outnumbered by their three kids. Barbara Wallace wrote the pilot and will executive-produce with Peter Chernin and Tom Wolfe. Cheech Marin, Mateus Ward, Gibson Sjobeck and Ava Acres also star.
This workplace comedy is set in a coroner's office. The project comes from writers-executive producers David Guarascio and Moses Port. Gary Cole, Tommy Dewey, BJ Bales, Lindsay Kraft, Mel Rodriguez, Bret Ernst and Robin Givens will star.
Weekends at Bellevue (Drama)
Lauren Ambrose stars as a psychiatrist in charge of the weekend shift of Bellevue Hospital's psychiatric unit. The project, based on Dr. Julie Holland's memoir, comes from ER writer-producer Lisa Zwerling. Amber Stevens, Eric Winter, David Alpay, Xzibit, Aaron Yoo and Janet McTeer will also star.
17th Precinct (Drama)
Battlestar Galactica executive producer Ron Moore created this supernatural police drama set in the fictional town of Excelsior. Battlestar vets Jamie Bamber, James Callis and Tricia Helfer, along with Eamonn Walker, Esai Morales, Matt Long and Stockard Channing, will star. Kristin Kreuk will guest-star in the pilot.
Alpha Mom (formerly known as Untitled Emily Spivey Project) (Comedy)
The project is an irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother (Christina Applegate), her stay-at-home husband (Will Arnett) and her outspoken parents. Parks and Recreation writer Emily Spivey wrote the pilot and will produce with Saturday Night Live's Lorne Michaels. Maya Rudolph will also star.
A Mann's World (Drama)
Allan Mann, a celebrity Los Angeles hair stylist (Don Johnson), struggles to stay young and relevant. The project comes from Sex and the City executive producer Michael Patrick King. The Vampire Diaries' Taylor Kinney, Mario Cantone, Jesse Jones, Kelly Hu, Sandra Vergara, Amanda Warren, Michael Lerner, Laura Clery, Chris Crocker, Christian White, D.J. Pierce, JR Bourne and Caitlin Crosby will also star. Ellen Barkin will guest-star in the pilot.
Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea (Comedy)
Based on Chelsea Handler's best-selling book of the same name, a group of twentysomethings — led by an outspoken young woman (Laura Prepon) — live and work together. Handler will play her older sister and executive-produce. Mark Povinelli, Jo Koy, Natalie Morales, Angela Laketa Moore, Lenny Clarke and Lauren Lapkus will also star.
Best Friends Forever (formerly known as Untitled Parham-St. Clair Project) (Comedy)
A woman and her live-in boyfriend take in her best friend after a divorce. The project comes from actresses Lennon Parham (Accidentally on Purpose) and Jessica St. Clair (Worst Week). Stephen Schneider will also star.
A recently divorced, "type-A" mom (Amanda Peet) tries her best not to fall for the sexy surfer dude-contractor (David Walton) who's redoing her kitchen. The project comes from writer and executive producer Tad Quill (Scrubs). Joey King, Margo Harshman, Susan Park, Rick Gonzalez, Pasha Lychnikoff and Jeffrey Tambor will also star.
Brave New World (Comedy)
The project centers on a group of characters at Pilgrim Village, a theme park that recreates 1637 New England. Peter Tolan (Rescue Me) wrote the pilot and will executive-produce with Michael Wimer (2012). Ed Begley Jr., Nick Braun, Will Greenberg, Jazz Raycole, Robbie Benson, Tyler Blackburn and Anna Popplewell will star.
Free Agents (Comedy)
A talent agency is the setting for two rebounding colleagues — one who just lost a fiancé (Kathryn Hahn), the other a recent divorcé (Hank Azaria) — to fall in love. John Enbom, Todd Holland, Karey Burke and Kenton Allen will executive-produce. Anthony Head, Natasha Leggero, Al Madrigal, Joe Lo Truglio and Mo Mandel will also star.
A dark, fantastical cop drama features characters inspired by Grimm's Fairy Tales. The pilot was written and executive-produced by Jim Kouf and Greenwalt (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel). David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Sasha Roiz, Reggie Lee and Bitsie Tulloch will star. Kate Burton will guest-star in the pilot.
Help Wanted (formerly known as Untitled Kari Lizer Project) (Comedy)
A relationship-challenged woman (Sarah Paulson) guides people through unexpected career transitions and downsizings with the help of her co-workers. The project comes from The New Adventures of Old Christine creator Kari Lizer. Adrian Pasdar, James Adomian, Aaron Yoo and Tim Meadows will also star.
I Hate That I Love You (Comedy)
A straight couple (Nick Thune and Jamie Lee Kirchner) introduces two of their lesbian friends (Anna Camp and Danneel Ackles). The project comes from Will & Grace alum Jhoni Marchinko.
Two couples navigate love and infidelity. The project come from Family Guy writer-executive producer Chris Sheridan, Peter Chernin and Katherine Pope. Ryan Hansen, Amanda Loncar, Smith Cho, Stella Maeve and Sean Maguire will star.
My Life As an Experiment (Comedy)
A magazine writer (Jon Dore) immerses himself and his family in strange situations for his stories. Cathy Yuspa and Josh Goldsmith ('Til Death) wrote the pilot and will executive-produce. Actor Jack Black also will be an executive producer. Paget Brewster, Donald Sutherland, Anjelah Johnson and Adam Campbell will star.
At the Playboy Club in Chicago in 1963, "bunnies" (incuding Amber Heard and Naturi Naughton) flirt with danger. Chad Hodge and Apollo 13's Brian Grazer will executive-produce. Eddie Cibrian, Laura Benanti, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Leah Renee, David Krumholtz, Wes Ramsey and Sean Maher also star.
Prime Suspect (Drama)
An adaptation of the British miniseries centers on a tough female detective (Maria Bello) who has to make her bones in a tough New York precinct dominated by men. Sarah Aubrey and Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights) will executive-produce. Aidan Quinn, Kirk Avevedo, Tim Griffin, Peter Gerety, Damon Gupton, Toby Stephens, Brian O'Bryne and Joe Nieves will also star.
Reconstruction (formerly known as The Crossing) (Drama)
In the aftermath of the Civil War, a soldier (Martin Henderson) crosses the country and settles in a complicated town where he is welcomed as its savior — whether he likes it or not. St. Elsewhere co-creator Josh Brand wrote the pilot. Bill Sage, Claire Wellin, Billy Brown, Robert Knepper, Coburn Goss, Emma Bell and Rachelle Lefevre will also star.
A police detective (Jason Isaacs) who's involved in a traumatic car accident wakes up in two fractured realities. The project comes from Kyle Killen, creator of Fox's short-lived Lone Star, and 24's Howard Gordon will also executive-produce. Wilmer Valderrama, Cherry Jones, Steve Harris, B.D. Wong, Michaela McManus, Laura Allen and Dylan Minnette will also star.
A group of people (including Debra Messing and Katharine McPhee) come together to put on a Broadway show about Marilyn Monroe. Steven Spielberg (E.T., Jurassic Park) will executive-produce. Anjelica Huston, Raza Jaffrey, Jack Davenport, Christian Borle, Brian d'Arcy James and Megan Hilty also star.
Special Investigations L.A. (Drama)
The project looks at Los Angeles through multiple perspectives, including law enforcement, the justice system, city hall and the criminal underworld. The project comes from Traffic screenwriter Stephen Gaghan. Jimmy Smits, Madchen Amick, Noah Emmerich, Daniella Alonso, Danny Pino, Luis Chavez, Emma Dumont, and Matthew Levy will star.
Family Practice (formerly known as Untitled Dan Goor Project) (Comedy)
A young doctor (Andrew J. West) must juggle the needs of his family and his patients when he joins his parents' medical practice. Jean Smart plays his mother. The project comes from Parks and Recreation writer Dan Goor. Brad Morris, Jere Burns, Christopher Lloyd, Octavia Spencer, Courtney Henggeler, Eddie Pepitone, Fahim Anwar and Audrey Esparza will also star.
Whitney (formerly known as Untitled Whitney Cummings Project) (Comedy)
A young couple (creator Whitney Cummings and Chris D'Elia) weathers the ups and downs of modern-day committed relationships. My Boys' creator Betsy Thomas will also executive-produce. Zoe Lister-Jones, Dan O'Brien, Maulik Pancholy, Rhea Seehorn and Beverly D'Angelo will also star.
Wonder Woman (Drama)
In this reboot of the 1970s series, vigilante superhero Wonder Woman (Adrianne Palicki) juggles two other identities, Diana Themyscira, a shrewd corporate executive and Diana Prince, an assistant at Themyscira Industries. Ally McBeal's David E. Kelley wrote the pilot and will executive-produce. Elizabeth Hurley, Tracie Thoms, Pedro Pascal, Justin Bruening and Cary Elwes also star.