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See the new comedy series TVGuide.com users are most excited for

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Ever since the 2013-2014 TV series orders were announced, TVGuide.com users have been adding the new shows to their Watchlists. So, which shows seem to be getting the most traction? Click ahead to see the 10 most-anticipated new comedies.
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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. To pick your most-anticipated comedies, click here!
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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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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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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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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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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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4. 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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3. 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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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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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. To pick your most-anticipated comedies, click here!