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The 100 (CW)

Nearly a century after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, a spaceship sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to Earth to investigate the possibility of re-colonizing. Based on the forthcoming Kass Morgan book of the same name, Jason Rothenberg will write and executive-produce with Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo. Henry Ian Cusick, Isaiah Washington, Paige Turco, Kelly Hu, Thomas McDonell, Eli Goree, Eliza Taylor, Christopher Larkin, Marie Avgeropoulos and Bob Morley will star.
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About a Boy (NBC)

Based on the Nick Hornsby novel and Hugh Grant film, a loutish bachelor (David Walton) finds his priorities in life shifting after he befriends an awkward young neighbor (Benjamin Stockham). Parenthood's Jason Katims will write and executive-produce with original Boy producers Robert DeNiro, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Jane Rosenthal. Jon Favreau will helm the pilot. Minnie Driver, Leslie Bibb, Al Madrigal and Anjelah N. Johnson will also star.
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Almost Human (Fox)

This action-packed buddy cop show is set in a future in which LAPD officers like John Kennex (Karl Urban) are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids like Dorian (Michael Ealy). Fringe's J.H. Wyman, who will write, will reteam with Lost's J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk as executive producers. Minka Kelly, Lili Taylor, Mackenzie Crook, Mekia Cox and Michael Irby will also star.
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American Dream Builders (NBC)

Two teams of designers, builders, architects and landscapers compete head-to-head each week on extreme home renovations. The transformations will be judged by a panel of experts including Nate Berkus, who also serves as host. The losing team will send home a player each week leading up to the live finale, when a winner is crowned and two homes will be given away to two lucky viewers. Craig Plestis (Minute to Win It) and Tom Shelly (Survivor) will executive-produce.
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Back in the Game (ABC)

When Terry Gannon (Maggie Lawson), a divorced single mother, moves in with her estranged father (James Caan), a beer-swilling former baseball player, she reluctantly starts coaching her son's (Griffin Gluck) Little League team and is drawn back into the world of sports she vowed to leave behind. Las Vegas writers Mark and Robb Cullen will write, while The Neighbors' Aaron Kaplan will executive-produce. Ben Koldyke, Lenora Crichlow, Cooper Roth, J.J. Totah and Kennedy Waite will also star.
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Bad Teacher

Based on the Cameron Diaz film, a sexy, foul-mouthed divorcée (Ari Graynor) becomes a teacher to find her next husband. Happy Endings scribe Hilary Winston will write and executive-produce with Bad Teacher producers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky. Ryan Hansen, Sara Gilbert, Kristin Davis, Sara Rodier, Caitlin Kimball, Katie Walder and David Alan Grier will co-star.
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Believe (NBC)

An unlikely relationship develops between a young girl (Johnny Sequoyah) with a gift and a man (Jake McLaughlin) sprung from prison who has been tasked with protecting her from the evildoers who covet her power. Harry Potter's Alfonso Cuaron and The Forgotten's Mark Friedman will write and executive-produce with Lost's J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk. Kyle MacLachlan, Delroy Lindo, Sienna Guillory, Arian Moayed and Jamie Chung will also star.
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Betrayal (ABC)

A beautiful, unhappily married female photographer (Hannah Ware) begins a torrid affair with a lawyer (Stuart Townsend) for a powerful family. When he turns out to be defending a murder suspect who is being prosecuted by her husband (Chris J. Johnson), the relationship and the case begin a spiraling series of betrayals with cataclysmic results for everyone involved. ER's David Zabel will write and executive-produce. Henry Thomas, James Cromwell, Wendy Moniz, Elizabeth McLaughlin and Braeden Lemasters will co-star.
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The Blacklist (NBC)

The world's most wanted criminal (James Spader) mysteriously turns himself in and offers to give up everyone he has ever worked with. His only condition: He will only work with a newly minted FBI agent (Megan Boone) with whom he appears to have no connection. Perfect Stranger's Jon Bokenkamp will write and executive-produce with Alias' John Eisendrath. Ryan Eggold, Diego Klattenhoff, Harry Lennix and Ilfenesh Hadera will also star.
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox)A group of detectives — including Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Joe Lo Truglio and Melissa Fumero — form an odd family in a police precinct in the outermost neighborhood of New York City. Parks and Recreation's Mike Schur and Dan Goor will write and executive-produce with 30 Rock's David Miner. Samberg will also produce. Stephanie Beatriz and Chelsea Peretti will also star.
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Chicago PD (NBC)

This Chicago Fire spin-off from Dick Wolf focuses on the Chicago Police Department's uniformed cops and Intelligence Unit. Jason Beghe and Jon Seda will star, along with Tania Ramonde, Scott Eastwood, Melissa Sagemiller and Kelly Blatz. The new characters will be introduced in the final episodes of Chicago Fire's freshman season.
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Cold Justice (TNT)

From Law & Order mastermind Dick Wolf comes this unscripted docu-drama procedural that follows two top female investigators as they attempt to solve cold cases. Each week, former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and crime-scene investigator Yolanda McClary re-examine evidence, question suspects and witnesses and chase down leads in order to bring closure to unsolved small-town murders.
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Cosworld (Syfy)

This six-episode docuseries lifts the veil on the world of cosplay competition. The series follows some of the hottest cosplay stars as they travel to various comic book conventions around the country. The show tracks their process as they create extravagant costumes and transform themselves into amazing fictional characters in the hope of impressing the convention judges.
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The Crazy Ones (CBS)

A single-camera, half-hour workplace comedy about a father-and-daughter team in the world of advertising. (Oscar winner Robin Williams plays the dad, while Sarah Michelle Gellar is the daughter.) Ally McBeal's David E. Kelley will write the pilot and executive-produce with Arrested Development's Dean Lorey and McBeal's Bill D'Elia. James Wolk, Amanda Setton and Hamish Linklater will also star.
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Crisis (NBC)

Washington's most powerful players, including the president, find themselves blackmailed into an international conspiracy by an unlikely puppeteer. The FBI and a rookie Secret Service agent (Lance Gross) must unravel the mystery. Life's Rand Ravich will write and executive-produce with Far Shariat. Gillian Anderson, Rachael Taylor, Dermot Mulroney, Max Martini, Michael Beach, James Lafferty, Halston Sage, Max Schneider, Joshua Erenberg and Stevie Lynn Jones will star.
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Dads (Fox)

From Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, this live-action comedy stars Seth Green and Giovani Ribisi as two successful thirtysomethings who have their lives turned upside down when their fathers (Martin Mull and Peter Riegert) move in with them. Vanessa Lachey, Brenda Song and Tonita Castro also star. Alec Sulkin, Wellesly Wild, Mark Cendrowski will executive-produce alongside MacFarlane.
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Dracula (NBC)

Inspired by the classic Bram Stoker novel, this drama stars The Tudors' Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the title role. Based on a script from co-executive producer Cole Haddon, this version finds Dracula in London posing as an American entrepreneur who wants to bring modern science to Victorian society. But his true plan — to seek revenge on the people who ruined his life centuries earlier — is thwarted when he falls hopelessly in love with a woman named Mina (Jessica DeGouw ), who seems to be a reincarnation of his dead wife. Dracula will be executive-produced by Colin Callender, Tony Krantz (24), Gareth Neame (Downton Abbey) and Anne Mensah.
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Enlisted (Fox)After being in combat for several years, Pete (Geoff Stults) is posted at a military base in Florida to command his dysfunctional brothers' (Chris Lowell and Parker Young) squad. Cougar Town's Kevin Biegel will write and executive-produce with Saturday Night Live's Mike Royce. Keith David and Angelique Cabral will co-star.
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The Family Guide (NBC)

A son (Eli Baker) who idolizes his blind father (J.K. Simmons) and is bemused by his mother — watches his family become closer post-divorce. 'Til Death's D.J. Nash will write and executive-produce with Arrested Development's Jason Bateman. Harold Perrineau, Lance Lim and Ava Deluca-Verley will also star.
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Friends with Better Lives (CBS)

A group of thirtysomething friends, including gynecologists Bobby (Kevin Connolly) and Will (James Van Der Beek) and model Jules (Brooklyn Decker), each think the other has it better. Friends' Dana Klein will write and executive-produce with The Neighbors' Aaron Kaplan. Rick Donald, Zoe Lister Jones and Majandra Delfino also stars.
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Gang Related (Fox) A gang member (Ramon Rodriguez) sent in to infiltrate the San Francisco Police Department and rise through its ranks must balance his obligations to his crime family with an increasing sense of loyalty to his new "family": the SFPD's Gang Task Force. Fast Five scribe Chris Morgan will write and executive-produce with V's Scott Rosenbaum and Brian Grazer. Jay Hernandez, Terry O'Quinn, Cliff Curtis, Sung Kang, RZA, Shantel VanSanten and Inbar Lavi will also star.
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The Goldbergs (ABC)

A multigenerational, dysfunctional Wonder Years set in simpler times, inspired by Adam F. Goldberg's own experience growing up in the '80s in a screwed-up but loving family, including Wendi McLendon-Covey, Jeff Garlin, George Segal and Hayley Orrantia. Breaking In's Goldberg will write and executive-produce. Darien Provost, Sean Giambrone and Troy Gentile will also star.
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Hostages (CBS)

Toni Collette plays a surgeon who is recruited to operate on the president (James Naughton), an assignment that propels her family — Tate Donovan, Mateus Ward and Quinn Shephard — into a grand political conspiracy. Dylan McDermott is an FBI agent tasked with helping the family. Based on an Israeli series, the pilot is written and executive-produced by Jeffrey Nachmanoff (The Day After Tomorrow). Jerry Bruckheimer will also executive-produce. Sandrine Holt, Rhys Coiro and Billy Brown will also star.
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Intelligence (CBS)

At the U.S. Cyber Command, a unit has been created around one agent (Lost's Josh Holloway) with a very special gift — a microchip has been implanted in his brain that allows him to access the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Michael Seitzman will write and executive-produce with American Horror Story's David Semel, who will direct. Michael Rady, Meghan Ory, Marg Helgenberger and James Martinez will also star. Will Yun Lee, P.J. Byrne and John Billingsley will guest-star.
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Ironside (NBC)

In a remake of the 1960s drama, an acerbic police detective (Blair Underwood) who uses a wheelchair pushes and prods his hand-picked team to solve the most difficult cases in the city. The Sopranos' Michael Caleo will write and executive-produce with American Horror Story's David Semel. Spencer Grammer, Brent Sexton, Pablo Schreiber, Kenneth Choi and Neal Bledsoe will also star.
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Junior Masterchef (Fox)

A younger take on Gordon Ramsay's Masterchef, this competition series will feature kids between the ages of 8 and 13 duking it out in the kitchen. Along the way, food experts will mentor the young chefs who will face a judging panel of Ramsay, restaurateur and winemaker Joe Bastiancich and chef Graham Elliot each week.
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Killer Women (ABC)

Molly Parker (Tricia Helfer), the only woman in the Texas Rangers, is a ballsy, beautiful badass who knows how to get to the truth and isn't afraid to ruffle a few feathers along the way. Based on the Argentine series Mujeres Asesinas. The Playboy Club's Hannah Shakespeare will write while Modern Family's Sofia Vergara and Casino Royale's Martin Campbell will executive-produce. Michael Trucco, Alex Fernandez, Marc Blucas and Marta Milans will co-star.
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Lucky 7 (ABC)

The lives of seven employees of a service station — Isiah Whitlock Jr., Stephen Louis Grush, Summer Bishil, Anastasia Phillips, Lorraine Bruce, among them — in Queens are changed in many unexpected ways when they win a lottery jackpot. David Zabel (ER) and Jason Richman (Detroit 1-8-7) will write and executive-produce with Steven Spielberg, Smash's Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank. Christine Evangelista and Luis Antonio Ramos will also star.
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Marvel's Agents S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)

Based on Marvel Universe's fictional and secret law-enforcement agency. Avengers' Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen will write and executive-produce. Clark Gregg will reprise his Avengers role, joined by Ming-Na, Brett Dalton, Elizabeth Henstridge, Ian De Caestecker and Chloe Bennet.
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Master of Sex (Showtime)

Michael Sheen and acclaimed actress Lizzy Caplan star in a new drama series that chronicles the unusual lives and romance of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the pioneers of the science of human sexuality. Their research took them from a midwestern teaching hospital in St. Louis to the cover of Time magazine and nearly a dozen appearances on Johnny Carson's couch. Created by Michelle Ashford, the series also stars Caitlin Fitzgerald, Nicholas D'Agosto and Teddy Sears. Beau Bridges, Allison Janney and Margo Martindale will recur.
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The Michael J. Fox Show (NBC)

Michael J. Fox returns to TV as Mike, a former New York news anchor who goes back to work but still manages to find time to drive his wife (Betsy Brandt) and three kids crazy. The show is executive-produced with Fox by Sam Laybourne and Will Gluck and also stars Conor Romero, Juliette Goglia, Jack Gore, Kate Finneran and Wendell Pierce.
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The Millers (CBS)

A recently divorced guy's (Will Arnett) life gets more complicated when his mom (Margo Martindale) and dad (Beau Bridges) have marital problems of their own. Written and executive-produced by Raising Hope's Greg Garcia. JB Smoove, Michael Rapaport, Eve Moon, Cole Ewing and Mary Elizabeth Ellis will also star.
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The Million Second Quiz (NBC)

This event features contestants who battle each other over trivia questions for 12 consecutive days and nights. The show will exist online, as well as on live primetime episodes that will take place from a "gigantic hourglass-shaped structure" somewhere in Manhattan. It's there that the four players who have remained in the game the longest will actually live and continue to play for a chance at winning a cash prize of up to $10 million.
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Mind Games (ABC)

From Awake's creator Kyle Killen, the project is a provocative workplace ensemble about the complicated relationship between two brothers — Steve Zahn and Christian Slater — who head an agency that uses the real science of human motivation and manipulation to solve its clients' problems. Megalyn Echikunwoke, Gregory Marcel, Wynn Everett and Cedric Sanders will also star. Ron Rifkin will guest-star.
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Mixology (ABC)

Set in a sexy Manhattan bar, the high-concept comedy from the writers of The Hangover chronicles the exploits of singles in search of love all over the course of one night. Jon Lucas and Scott Moore will write and executive-produce. Kate Simses, Sarah Bolger, Adam Campbell, Vanessa Lengies, Alexis Carra, Ginger Gonzaga, Craig Frank, Blake Lee, Adan Canto and Andrew Santino will star.
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Mom (CBS)

A newly sober single mom (Anna Faris) tries to pull her life together in Napa Valley. West Wing's Allison Janney will play her mother, the source of all her problems. Two and a Half Men's Chuck Lorre will write and executive-produce with Eddie Gorodetsky. Nate Corddry, Matt Jones, Spencer Daniels, French Stewart, Sadie Calvano and Blake Garrett Rosenthal will also star.
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Murder Police (Fox)

This animated workplace comedy from Family Guy's David A. Goodman and Jason Ruiz chronicles the misadventures of neurotic detective Manuel Sanchez (Ruiz) and his less-than-reliable colleagues at the precinct. The show will feature the voices of Jane Lynch, Wilmer Valderrama, Will Sasso and Chi McBride.
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The Night Shift (NBC)

Think M*A*S*H-meets-ER. A motley crew of rogue ex-Army surgeons bring humor and rock-n-roll energy to the night shift at a chaotic trauma center in San Antonio, Texas. 90210 scribes Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah will write and executive-produce with Taken's Pierre Morel. Freddy Rodriguez (Six Feet Under), Jeananne Goossen, Brendan Fehr, Brigid Brannagh, Jill Flint (Royal Pains), Ken Leung (Lost), Robert Bailey, Jr. and J.R. Lemon will star.
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Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC)

The Wonderland-set Once Upon a Time spin-off is told through the eyes of Alice (Sophie Lowe), who has a generous heart, but carries the scars of a long and hard life. Once producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz will write and executive-produce alongside Jane Espenson, Zack Estrin and Steve Pearlman. Emma Rigby, Michael Socha, Peter Gadiot and Paul Reubens will also star.
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The Originals (CW)

This Vampire Diaries spin-off focuses on the show's Original Family. Klaus (Joseph Morgan) returns to New Orleans — a town he helped build centuries ago — to reunite with his diabolical former protégé Marcel (Charles Michael Davis). Diaries executive producer Julie Plec will write and executive-produce, alongside Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo. Daniel Gillies, Claire Holt, Phoebe Tonkin, Daniella Pineda, Leah Pipes and Danielle Campbell will also star.
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Rake (Fox) Greg Kinnear stars as a brilliant, charming defense attorney whose biggest challenges all exist outside the courtroom — money owed to the IRS and a bookie, overlapping affairs, a cranky kid and his exhausted ex-wife. Peter Duncan, creator of the original Australian series, and Rescue Me's Peter Tolan will write and executive-produce. John Ortiz, Miranda Otto, Necar Zadegan, David Harbour, Tara Summers, Ian Colletti and Bojana Novakovic will also star.
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Reckless (CBS)

A sultry legal show set in Charleston, S.C., where a gorgeous Yankee litigator (Anna Wood) and a Southern city attorney (Cam Gigandet) struggle to hide their intense attraction while clashing amidst a police sex scandal. What About Brian creator Dana Stevens will write and executive-produce with Ghost Whisperer producers Ian Sander and Kim Moses. Michael Gladis, Shawn Hatosy, Kim Wayans, Georgina Haig, Gregory Harrison and Adam Rodriguez will also star.
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Reign (CW)

Watch as a 15-year-old Mary Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane) arrives in France, betrothed to Prince Frances (Toby Regbo). She must survive fierce foes, dark forces and a world of sexual intrigue. Outlaw's Stephanie Sengupta and CSI: Miami's Laurie McCarthy will write and executive-produce. Celina Sinden, Torrance Coombs, Jenessa Grant, Anna Popplewell, Megan Follows, Rossif Sutherland and Caitlin Stasey will also star.
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Resurrection (ABC)

What happens when the people you have mourned and buried suddenly appear on your doorstep as if not a day's gone by? The lives of the people of Arcadia are forever changed when their deceased loved ones... return! Based on the novel by Jason Mott, the pilot is written by Criminal Minds' Aaron Zelman. Matt Craven, Frances Fisher, Samaire Armstrong, Sam Hazeldine, Nicholas Gonzalez, Devin Kelley, Mark Hildreth, Landon Gimenez, Omar Epps and Kurtwood Smith will star.
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Sean Saves the World (NBC)

Will & Grace alum Sean Hayes stars as a father who must figure out how to parent his 14-year-old daughter while dealing with a temperamental new boss. Better Off Ted's Victor Fresco will write and executive-produce with Hayes, and Hot in Cleveland's Todd Milliner. Thomas Lennon, Echo Kellum, Lindsay Sloane, Samantha Isler and Linda Lavin will also star. Vik Sahay will guest-star.
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Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) partners with Sleepy Hollow's sheriff (Nicole Beharie) to solve the mysteries of a town ravaged by the battle between good and evil. Fringe's Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will write and executive-produce. Orlando Jones and Katia Winter will also star. John Cho will guest-star.
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Star-Crossed (CW)

An epic romance ignites between a human girl (Aimee Teegarden) and an alien boy (Matt Lanter) when he and eight others of his kind start attending high school in the suburbs. The Good Wife's Meredith Averill will write and executive-produce with Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol producer Josh Appelbaum. Grey Damon, Malese Jow, Natalie Hall, Titus Makin Jr., Greg Finley, Maggie Elizabeth Jones and Chelsea Gilligan will also star.
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Super Fun Night (ABC)

Kimmie (Rebel Wilson) and her two best friends (Lauren Ash and Liza Lapira) worry that their Friday-night tradition (staying home in their pajamas) will be threatened when Kimmie gets a big promotion at her law firm and is invited to a party by the cute transfer from the London office (Kevin Bishop). It's time to take Super Fun Night on the road! Wilson will write and executive-produce with Conan O'Brien and Conan's Jeff Ross. Kelen Coleman will also star.
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Surviving Jack (Fox)

Based on the book I Suck At Girls, the comedy follows Jack Dunlevy (Christopher Meloni) as he juggles fathering a newborn and a teenager (Connor Buckley) — in a pre-Google world. S#*! My Dad Says duo Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker will write and executive-produce with Cougar Town's Bill Lawrence. Claudia Lee, Alex Kapp Horner, Tyler Foden and Kevin Hernandez will co-star.
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The Tomorrow People (CW)

Based on the U.K. series of the same name, it's the story of several young people — Peyton List, Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell and Aaron Yoo, among them — from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing special powers like teleportation and telepathy. They work together to defeat the forces of evil. Chuck's Phil Klemmer will write and executive-produce with The Vampire Diaries' Julie Plec and Arrow's Greg Berlanti. Mark Pellegrino and Madeleine Mantock will also star.
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Trophy Wife (ABC)

Reformed party girl Kate (Malin Akerman) finds herself with an instant family when she falls in love with a man, Brad (The West Wing's Bradley Whitford), who has three manipulative kids and two judgmental ex-wives (Marcia Gay Harden and Michaela Watkins). Private Practice's Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins will write and executive-produce with Bad Teacher producers Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg. Natalie Morales, Albert Tsai, Gianna LePera and Ryan Lee will also star.
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Undateable (NBC)

A group of friends, dubbed the "Undateables," welcome a more confident guy (Chris D'Elia) to their fold. Due Date scribe Adam Sztykiel will write and executive-produce with Cougar Town's Bill Lawrence. Brent Morin, Matthew Wilkas, Briga Heelan, Bianca Kajlich, Ron Funches and Rick Glassman will co-star.
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Us & Them (Fox)

A couple's (Jason Ritter and Alexis Bledel) long-distance, budding romance is constantly disrupted by their friends and family in this comedy based on the British series Gavin and Stacey. David Rosen (I Just Want My Pants Back) will write and executive-produce. Dustin Ybarra, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Jane Kaczmarek, Kurt Fuller and Ashlie Atkinson will also star.
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We Are Men (CBS)

A young guy (Chris Smith) finds camaraderie living among the more experienced guys — Kal Penn, Tony Shalhoub and Jerry O'Connell among them — he meets in a short-term rental complex. How I Met Your Mother's Rob Greenberg will write and executive-produce with Eric and Kim Tannenbaum (Two and a Half Men). Rebecca Breeds will also star.
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Welcome to the Family (NBC)

Cultures collide when a white family — Mike O'Malley and Mary McCormack, among them — and a Latino family — Ricardo Chavira and Justina Machado, among them — bond when their children fall in love followed and plan a family in this comedy from Rules of Engagement's Mike Sikowitz. Aramis Knight, Ella Rae Peck and Joey Haro will also star.
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Witches of East End (Lifetime)

Based on the bestselling 2011 novel of the same name, this series is set in modern-day Long Island and follows Joanna Beauchamp (Julia Ormond) and her two adult daughters (Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Rachel Boston), both of whom have no clue they are their family's next generation of witches. The truth comes out when one daughter becomes engaged to a young, wealthy newcomer. Madchen Amick also stars as Joanna's devious sister. Maggie Friedman (Dawson's Creek, Eastwick) will write and executive-produce.