New Fall TV Shows

A to Z
A to Z
  • NBC

How I Met Your Mother's Cristin Milioti and Mad Men's Ben Feldman will star in this whimsical romantic comedy set at an online dating company that details the "A to Z's" of a relationship, from the first meet-cute to the breakup. Parks and Recreation's Rashida Jones will executive-produce with Will McCormack and Ben Queen, who will also write. Henry Zebrowski, Christina Kirk and Leonora Crichlow will co-star.

Allegiance
Allegiance
  • NBC

This high-octane thriller introduces the O'Connor family and their son, Alex (Gavin Stenhouse), a decorated American war hero and CIA analyst, a true patriot who loves his country and family. Unbeknownst to him, both his parents (Scott Cohen and Hope Davis) and his sister (Margarita Levieva) are part of a dormant Russian sleeper cell that has just been reactivated. The Adjustment Bureau's George Molfi will write, direct and executive-produce with Homeland's Avi Nir. Annie Ilonzeh, Morgan Spector, Alex Peters and Kenneth Choi will also star.

American Crime
American Crime
  • ABC

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.

Angie Tribeca
Angie Tribeca
  • TBS

Rashida Jones stars as a lone-wolf detective of the Really Heinous Crimes Unit who isn't happy when her boss (Jere Burns) makes her work with a partner (Hayes Macarthur). Deon Cole and Andree Vermeulen also star. Steve Carell, who directed the pilot, co-wrote the script and will executive-produce with his wife Nancy Carell. Guest stars include Lisa Kudrow, Alfred Molina, Gary Cole and Matthew Glave.

Aquarius
Aquarius
  • NBC

David Duchovny stars as a Los Angeles police sergeant in the late 1960s who is tracking a small-time criminal and budding cult leader who turns out to be Charles Manson. This complicated undercover operation leads Duchovny's character and his young partner to the brink of Manson's crimes that will eventually lead to the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders. Duchovny will executive-produce with writer John McNamara (In Plain Sight), Marty Adelstein (Prison Break) and Melanie Greene.

Astronaut Wives Club
Astronaut Wives Club
  • ABC

From Gossip Girl producers Stephanie Savage, Josh Schwartz, the drama stars JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Azure Parsons, Zoe Boyle and Odette Annable as a group of women whose husbands are astronauts in the 1960s. Dexter's Desmond Harrington will also star.

Backstrom
Backstrom
  • Fox

Based on the Swedish book series, this drama features offensive, irascible detective (Rainn Wilson) with self-destructive tendencies. Bones' Hart Hanson will write and executive-produce. Genevieve Angelson, Dennis Haysbert, Kristoffer Polaha, Thomas Dekker also star.

Bad Judge
Bad Judge
  • NBC

Kate Walsh stars as a sexually unapologetic woman, who also happens to be a judge in the criminal court system that plays with the law in many ways. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone's Chad Kultgen will write and executive-produce with Walsh, Will Ferrell, Anne Heche, Adam McKay and Jill Messick. John Ducey, Mather Zickel, Theodore Barnes and Tone Bell will also star.

Battle Creek
Battle Creek
  • CBS

Based on a 2002 script from Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, this drama tells the story of two men — Detective Russ Agnew (Dean Winters) and FBI Agent Milton Chamberlin (Josh Duhamel) — who, despite their different world views, try to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, Mich. House's David Shore is executive-producing alongside Gilligan and Mark Johnson. Janet McTeer, Aubrey Dollar, Edward Fordham Jr. and Kal Penn also star.

Black-ish
Black-ish
  • ABC

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.

Buzzy's
Buzzy's
  • TBS

From Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, this comedy features a group of friends who were in different cliques in high school but now all work together at a Massachusetts barbershop. Ashley Tisdale, Cheers' George Wendt and Lauren Lapkus star.

Constantine
Constantine
  • NBC

DC Comics character Constantine (Matt Ryan) struggles with his faith as he is haunted by the sins of his past, but he is suddenly thrust into the role of defending humanity from the gathering forces of darkness. Batman Begins' David Goyer will executive-produce with writer Daniel Cerone (Dexter). Harold Perrineau, Lucy Griffiths and Charles Halford also star.

Cristela
Cristela
  • ABC

In her sixth year of law school, Cristela (Cristela Alonzo) is finally on the brink of landing her first big (unpaid) internship at a prestigious law firm. The only problem is that her pursuit of success is more ambitious than her traditional Mexican-American family thinks is appropriate. Alonzo wrote the pilot with Kevin Hench, who will executive-produce alongside Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements and Shawn Levy. Carlos Ponce, Terri Hoyos, Andrew Leeds and Sam McMurray also star.

CSI: Cyber
CSI: Cyber
  • CBS

Patricia Arquette stars as Avery Ryan, Special Agent in Charge at the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI in Quantico, Va. She is tasked with solving high-octane crimes that start in the mind, live on-line, and play out into the real world. Jerry Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman will executive-produce; Carol Mendelsohn, Anthony Zuiker and Ann Donahue will write and executive-produce.

Emerald City
Emerald City
  • NBC

This Wizard of Oz-themed drama is described as a dark, modern re-imagining of the Frank L. Baum series of novels. Created by Siberia's Matthew Arnold and executive-produced by Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles' Joshua Friedman, the series will feature a 20-year-old Dorothy Gale who is thrust into an epic battle for Oz between warring kingdoms.

Empire
Empire
  • Fox

This unique family drama set amidst a hip-hop empire will feature both original and current music. The Butler's Lee Daniels and Game Change's Danny Strong will write and executive-produce with Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo . Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson, Gabourey Sidibe, Jussie Smollett, Bryshere Y. Gray, Malik Yoba, Kaitlin Doubleday, Trai Byers, Tasha Smith, Macy Gray, Grace Gealey will star.

The Flash
The Flash
  • CW

Scientist Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is given the power of super-speed after a freak accident that transforms him into the Fastest Man Alive. The Arrow spin-off is based on characters published by DC Comics and omes from Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and DC Chief Geoff Johns. Jesse L. Martin, Tom Cavanagh, Candace Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Rick Cosnett, Carlos Valdes, Michelle Harrison, Patrick Sabongui and John Wesley Shipp will also star.

Forever
Forever
  • ABC

Dr. Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd) is 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.

Fresh Off the Boat
Fresh Off the Boat
  • ABC

A '90s-set single-camera 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.

Galavant
Galavant
  • ABC

Handsome Prince Galavant (Joshua Sasse) is 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.

Gotham
Gotham
  • Fox

Based on DC Comics characters, this drama explores the origin stories of eventual Batman ally James Gordon (Benjamin McKenzie), a detective with the Gotham City Police Department, and his battle with the villains who made the city famous. David Mazouz (Touch) will play young billionaire Bruce Wayne. Mentalist creator Bruno Heller will write and executive-produce with Nikita's Danny Cannon. Jada Pinkett Smith, Donal Logue, Sean Pertwee, Robin Lord Taylor, Cory Michael Smith, Erin Richards, Camren Bicondova, Drew Powell and Zabryna Guevara will also star.

Gracepoint
Gracepoint
  • Fox

When a young boy is found dead on an idyllic beach, a major police investigation gets underway in the small California seaside town where the tragedy occurred. Soon deemed a homicide, the case sparks a media frenzy, which throws the boy’s family into further turmoil and upends the lives of all of the town’s residents. Based on the British series Broadchurch, the event series stars David Tennant and Anna Gunn as the pair of cops investigating the case. Chris Chibnall (Doctor Who, Camelot) will adapt his original work with fellow executive producers Amy Epstein and Dan Futterman. The cast also includes Nick Nolte, Michael Pena, Jacki Weaver and Kevin Rankin.

How to Get Away With Murder
How to Get Away With Murder
  • ABC

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 and Karla Souza will co-star.

iZombie
iZombie
  • CW

A med student-turned-zombie (Rose McIver) takes a job in the coroner's office to gain access to the brains she must reluctantly eat to maintain her humanity, but what happens when she starts inheriting the corpse's memories? With the help of her medical-examiner boss (Rahul Kohli) and a police detective (Malcolm Goodwin), she solves homicide cases to quiet the disturbing voices in her head. Veronica Mars' Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero will write and executive-produce the project, based on the DC Comics series. Robert Buckley, David Anders, Nora Dunn and Alexandra Krosney will also star.

Jane The Virgin
Jane The Virgin
  • CW

After a series of surprising events, a hard-working, religious young Latina woman (Gina Rodriguez) is accidentally artificially inseminated. 90210's Jennie Snyder Urman will write and executive-produce the adaptation of a Venezuelan telenovela. Jaime Camil, Justin Baldoni, Ryan Devlin, Yael Grobglas, Brett Dier, Andrea Navedo and Ivonne Coll will also star.

Last Man on Earth
Last Man on Earth
  • Fox

Will Forte created and stars in this comedy series about two strangers who, after the apocalypse, must put aside their differences to ensure the survival of the human race. The Saturday Night Live alum will executive-produce the series along with Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who will also direct the pilot.

Madam Secretary
Madam Secretary
  • CBS

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 will write and executive-produce with Oscar winner Morgan Freeman. Tim Daly, Bebe Neuwirth, Geoffrey Arend, Patina Miller, Erich Bergen and Katherine Herzer will also star.

Manhattan Love Story
Manhattan Love Story
  • ABC

This romantic comedy 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.

Marry Me
Marry Me
  • NBC

This half-hour comedy tells the story of longtime couple Annie ( Casey Wilson) and Jake (Ken Marino), who get engaged only to quickly realize it's harder than it looks. Happy Endings creator David Caspe will write and executive-produce with Jamie Tarses and The Goldbergs' Seth Gordon, who will also helm the pilot. Sarah Wright, Tymberlee Hill, John Gemberling, Tim Meadows and Dan Bucatinsky will also star.

Marvel's Agent Carter
Marvel's Agent Carter
  • ABC

Captain America's Hayley Atwell as the titular agent as she finds herself marginalized when the men return home from fighting abroad in 1946. Working for the covert SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve), Peggy must balance administrative work with secret missions for Howard Stark all while trying to navigate life as a single woman in America, in the wake of losing the love of her life. Resurrection's Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas will executive-produce with Steve McFeely, Christopher Marcus and Jeph Loeb.

The McCarthys
The McCarthys
  • CBS

This family comedy is about a loud, sports-crazy Boston clan that includes Laurie Metcalf, Jack McGee, Joey McIntyre, Tyler Ritter, Jimmy Dunn and Kelen Coleman. Brian Gallivan (Are You There, Chelsea?) will write and executive-produce with Friends with Benefits' Will Gluck and Mike Sikowitz.

Members Only
Members Only
  • ABC

Starring Breaking Bad's Betsy Brandt, , this drama is an upstairs-downstairs soap about a private country club. Brandt plays Leslie Holbrooke, who's been ostracized from the family since her husband left her after squandering the club's finances. The drama is created by Oscar nominee Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich), who will executive-produce alongside Sarah Timberman & Carl Beverly (Elementary). Callie Hernandez. Boris Kodjoe and Chris Conroy also star.

The Messengers
The Messengers
  • CW

When a mysterious object crashes to Earth, a group of seemingly unconnected strangers die from the energy pulse, but then awaken to learn that they have assigned the task of preventing the impending Apocalypse. The Expendables producer Basil Iwanyk will executive-produce with Teen Wolf writer Eoghan O'Donnell. Diogo Morgado, Shantel VanSanten, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Jon Fletcher, Craig Frank, Lane Garrison and Joel Courtney will star.

Mission Control
Mission Control
  • NBC

This 1960s-set workplace ensemble in the tone of Anchorman examines what happens when a strong woman (Krysten Ritter) butts heads with a macho astronaut (Tommy Dewey) in the race to land on the moon. How to Be a Gentleman's David Hornsby will write and executive-produce with Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. Michael Rosenbaum, Malcolm Barrett, Julie Meyer, Eric Nenninger, Leah Renee and Jonathan Slavin will co-star.

Mr. Robinson
Mr. Robinson
  • NBC

The Office's Craig Robinson stars in this comedy as a musician who winds up taking a job as a middle school music teacher. The series will be executive-produced by Mark Cullen and Robb Cullen, (Back in the Game) along with Howard Klein and Mark Schulman.

Mulaney
Mulaney
  • Fox

Based on the life of stand-up comedian John Mulaney, who writes, executive-produces and stars, this Fox comedy tells the story of aspiring comedian coming of age under the influence of his boss (Martin Short), his roommates and his neighbors. SNL's Nasim Pedrad, Seaton Smith, Zack Pearlman and Elliot Gould also star, while Penny Marshall and Lorraine Bracco will recur.

The Mysteries of Laura
The Mysteries of Laura
  • NBC

This procedural dramedy based on a Spanish series stars a quirky female homicide detective (Debra Messing) who juggles high-stakes crime with her ex-husband (Josh Lucas) and a devilish set of twin boys. The Tomorrow People's Jeff Rake will write and executive-produce with Arrow's Greg Berlanti and Aaron Kaplan. Laz Alonso and Janina Gavankar will also star.

NCIS: New Orleans
NCIS: New Orleans
  • CBS

The series features NCIS' New Orleans office, which handles cases from Pensacola, Fla., through Mississippi and Louisiana to the Texas panhandle. New Orleans, with its rich setting of music, fun and debauchery, is a magnet for military personnel on-leave. And with the fun comes trouble. NCIS' Gary Glasberg and Mark Harmon will executive-produce. Scott Bakula, Zoe McLellan, Lucas Black, CCH Pounder and Paige Turco will star.

The Odd Couple
The Odd Couple
  • CBS

Friends alum Matthew Perry and Reno 911!'s Thomas Lennon will star in the modern take on Neil Simon's 1965 Broadway play about polar opposite roommates. Perry and Joe Keenan will write and executive-produce with Elementary producers Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman and Two and a Half Men's Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. Sarah Baker, Lindsay Sloane, Georgia King and Wendell Pierce will also star.

Odyssey
Odyssey
  • NBC

Three families are torn apart when a stranded female soldier (Pushing Daisies' Anna Friel), a disillusioned corporate attorney and a political activist are pulled into the same shocking international mystery. The Following producers Adam Armus and Kay Foster will write and executive-produce with Deception's Peter Horton. Peter Facinelli, Treat Williams, Jim True-Frost, Jake Robinson, Nate Mooney, Adwale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Elena Kampouris and Daniella Pineda will also star.

One Big Happy
One Big Happy
  • NBC

When a gay woman (Elisha Cuthbert) and her straight best friend (Nick Zano) decide to have a baby together, things get complicated when one of them finds the love of their life. Ellen DeGeneres and comedian Liz Feldman will executive-produce. Kelly Brook, Chris Williams, Brandon Smith and Rebecca Corry will also star.

Proof
Proof
  • TNT

Executive-produced by The Closer star Kyra Sedgwick, the drama stars Jennifer Beals as Dr. Kathryn Russo, a brilliant surgeon who begins investigating supernatural phenomena including resurrections, out-of-body experiences, and hauntings. In her personal life, Russo is grappling with the loss of her teenage son and trying to salvage her strained relationship with her daughter. Weeds' Matthew Modine, Scandal's Joe Morton, Callum Blue, Edi Gathegi, Annie Thurman and Sean Gleeson also star. Murphy Brown alum Rob Bragin wrote the pilot and will serve as an executive producer with Jill Littman, and producer Tom Jacobson.

Public Morals
Public Morals
  • TNT

Mob City's Ed Burns stars as Terry Muldoon in this 1960s cop series about the Public Morals Division and the police officers that walk the line between morality and criminality. However, Muldoon is determined to raise his sons with integrity. Michael Rapaport and Elizabeth Masucci co-star in the series, which Burns wrote and will executive-produce alongside Steven Spielberg, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey and Aaron Lubin.

Red Band Society
Red Band Society
  • Fox

A group of teenagers meet as patients in the children's wing of a hospital and become unlikely friends and allies in this comedic young soap. Steven Spielberg will executive-produce with Margaret Nagle (Boardwalk Empire) and Under the Dome's Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank. Dave Annable, Octavia Spencer, Griffin Gluck, Charlie Rowe, Brian Bradley, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Ciara Bravo, Nolan Sotillo and Zoe Levin will star.

Scorpion
Scorpion
  • CBS

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 from Prison Break's Nick Santora. Katharine McPhee, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Ari Stidham and Robert Patrick will also star.

Secrets & Lies
Secrets & Lies
  • ABC

An adaptation of an Australian series of the same name, this drama stars Ryan Phillippe as a decent North Carolina family man who discovers the dead body of his 4-year-old neighbor — and ultimately becomes the prime suspect in the murder. Barbie Kligman (Private Practice) will write and executive-produce alongside Tracey Robertson and Nathan Mayfield. Juliette Lewis, KaDee Strickland, Natalie Martinez, Clifton Collins, Indiana Evans, and Belle Shouse also star.

Selfie
Selfie
  • ABC

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.

Stalker
Stalker
  • CBS

A pair of detectives handle stalking incidents for the Threat Management Unit of the LAPD in this thriller. Dylan McDermott will star as Detective Jack Larsen, a recent transfer to the Threat Assessment Unit from the Big Apple, and Maggie Q will play Detective Beth Davis, the head of the Unit. The Following's Kevin Williamson will write and executive-produce. Mariana Klaveno and Victor Rasuk will also star.

State of Affairs
State of Affairs
  • NBC

Grey's Anatomy alum Katherine Heigl portrays a CIA attaché who counsels the president (Alfre Woodard) on international security. She balances her intense political responsibilities with a complicated personal life. Heigl will executive-produce with writers Joe Carnahan (The Blacklist) and Alexi Hawley (Castle). Adam Kaufman, Sheila Vand, Leslie Odom Jr., Tommy Savas, Farshad Farahat and Cliff Chamberlain will also star.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
  • NBC

This comedy from 30 Rock duo Tina Fey and Robert Carlock stars The Office's Ellie Kemper as the titular character who escapes from a doomsday cult and starts her life over in New York. Titus Burgess, Sara Chase and Lauren Adams also star.

Utopia
Utopia
  • Fox

Based on the hit Dutch series of the same name from John de Mol ( Big Brother, The Voice, Fear Factor) this social experiment challenges 15 contestants to build a perfect world. The players will live in an isolated, undeveloped location for an entire year as they build a civilization from scratch — unless they are exiled and replaced by new contestants from the viewing audience.

Wayward Pines
Wayward Pines
  • Fox

This thriller event series from director M. Night Shyamalan stars Matt Dillon as Ethan Burke, a Secret Service agent dispatched to bucolic Wayward Pines, Idaho to locate two missing agents. Instead, he discovers a new set of disturbing questions as he journeys deeper into the small town. The all-star cast also includes Terrence Howard as Sheriff Pope, Melissa Leo as Nurse Pam, Juliette Lewis as bartender Beverly and Toby Jones as psychiatrist Dr. Jenkins.

Weird Loners
Weird Loners
  • Fox

Zachary Knighton, Becki Newton, Nate Torrence and Meera Rohit Kumbhani star in this single-camera comedy about four relationship-phobic people who form an unlikely bond while living together in a townhouse in Queens. Michael Weithorn (The Goldbergs, The King of Queens wrote the pilot, which will be directed by New Girl's Jake Kasdan.

The Whispers
The Whispers
  • ABC

A 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.

Your Family or Mine
Your Family or Mine
  • TBS

This comedy features a young married couple (My Boys' Kyle Howard and 'Til Death's Kat Foster) who exemplify the adage, "When you marry someone, you don't just marry them, you marry their whole family." The show, which will alternate episodes that focus on his and her families, was adapted from an Israeli format by Ground Floor co-creator Greg Malins.

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