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Corey Hawkins, 24: Legacy

Two seasons after joining The Walking Dead as Heath, Hawkins landed 24: Legacy, in which he plays Eric Carter, a former soldier who teams up with the CTU to stop a terrorist attack.

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Justin Kirk, APB

If you loved Kirk as the buffoonish Andy Botwin on Weeds, then you won't want to miss him as Gideon Reeves, a tech billionaire who takes over a Chicago police district in order to solve the murder of a loved one.

3 of 30 HBO

The Women of Big Little Lies (Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley)

Kidman, Witherspoon and Woodley star in this adaptation of the Liane Moriarty book as a trio of mothers whose lives are disrupted by murder and deceit.

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The Men of Big Little Lies (Alexander Skarsgard and Adam Scott)

The True Blood and Parks and Recreation alums co-star in this anticipated HBO miniseries. Skarsgard plays Perry Wright, the cruel husband of Nicole Kidman's character, and Scott plays Ed Mackenzie, the doting husband of Reese Witherspoon's character.

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Philip Winchester and Joelle Carter, Chicago Justice

Following the failure of The Player, Strike Back's Winchester will be back on your TV as Assistant State's Attorney Peter Stone in this Chicago P.D. spin-off. Justified's Joelle Carter will also star as investigator Laura Nagel -- a huge change from playing the morally dubious Ava Crowder on the hit FX series.

6 of 30 CBS

Katherine Heigl, Laverne Cox and Dule Hill, Doubt

The Doubt cast is a who's who of familiar faces. Katherine Heigl returns to TV as Sadie Ellis, a lawyer who finds herself falling in love with her client who was accused of murder (Rescue Me's Steven Pasquale). Orange Is the New Black's Laverne Cox plays attorney Cameron Wirth, making her the first transgender actress to play a transgender series regular role on a broadcast series. Psych and The West Wing alum Dule Hill also stars alongside Don't Trust the B's Dreama Walker and Friends' Elliott Gould.

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Allison Tolman, Downward Dog

Tolman received critical acclaim and Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for her starring role in Fargo's first season. Now, she stars in this poignant ABC comedy about a woman and her dog trying to find happiness.

8 of 30 David Lukacs/NBC

Vincent D’Onofrio and Joely Richardson, Emerald City

NBC's dark, gritty take on L. Frank Baum's Oz books stars Daredevil's D'Onofrio as the manipulative Wizard and Nip/Tuck's Richardson as Glinda the Good Witch.

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Jason Momoa, Frontier

We fell in love with him as Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones. Now Momoa stars in this Netflix drama as Declan Harp, an outlaw who takes up a fight against the Hudson's Bay Company's monopoly on the fur trade in Canada.

10 of 30 Ed Herrera/ABC

Jenna Elfman, Imaginary Mary

The Dharma & Greg alum stars in this comedy about a career woman, Alice, whose childhood imaginary friend (voiced by Rachel Dratch) returns to help Alice after she meets the love of her life: a divorced dad with three kids.

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Aaron Douglas, Imposters

Battlestar Galactica fans will be happy to see Chief Tyrol back on their screens on this drama about a con woman who leaves a trail of heartbroken -- and broke -- ex-husbands and ex-wives in her wake.

12 of 30 Chris Large/FX

Dan Stevens, Legion

Although we may never forgive Stevens for leaving Downton Abbey, at least he's back in our lives as David Haller, a diagnosed schizophrenic who realizes the visions he has are actually symptoms of his mutant abilities.

13 of 30 Joe Lederer/Netflix

Neil Patrick Harris, A Series of Unfortunate Events

The How I Met Your Mother alumn takes on his most villainous role yet as the bumbling but evil Count Olaf in this adaptation of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.

14 of 30 Justin Lubin/NBC

Marlon Wayans, Marlon

The In Living Color and Scary Movie star is headlining his own family sitcom about a father co-parenting his two kids with his ex-wife.

15 of 30 FOX

Kaitlin Olson, The Mick

On The Mick, Olsen doesn't stray too far from her It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia character. The actress stars in this family sitcom as Mackenzie Murphy, an irresponsible grifter who winds up becoming the parental guardian to her niece and nephews after her wealthy sister and husband flee the country to avoid fraud charges.

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Sarah Ramos, Midnight, Texas

On this supernatural drama, the Parenthood alum plays Creek, a small town waitress with big dreams who's forced to live at home to protect her brother from their oppressive father.

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Rita Moreno, One Day at a Time

This acting legend, who is one of 12 people to ever achieve an EGOT, stars in this Netflix reboot of the Norman Lear classic. In the reimagining, Moreno plays the grandmother of a Cuban-American family that is learning to adapt after the mother's recent separation from her husband.

18 of 30 NBC

Vanessa Hudgens, Danny Pudi and Alan Tudyk, Powerless

This star-studded DC workplace comedy has a super cast playing characters without any superpowers. Hudgens plays Emily, a new employee at Wayne Enterprises, which specializes in products to make everyday people feel safe in a world filled with superheroes and villains. Pudi plays Teddy, Emily's best friend and the office prankster. Tudyk will play Del, the company's new boss who is on a major power trip.

19 of 30 CW

Luke Perry and Cole Sprouse, Riverdale

For CW's dark take on Archie, they cast relative unknowns with the exceptions of Perry and Sprouse. The 90210 heartthrob will take on the role of Archie's dad, making us all feel very old. Sprouse will put his own spin on Jughead, who has been reimagined as an emo outsider who writes a book about the mysterious murder currently haunting Riverdale.

20 of 30 Steve Wilkie/eOne/CBS

Brandon Jay McLaren, Ransom

The Graceland and Harper's Island alum stars in this CBS drama about a team of crisis and hostage negotiators who help solve kidnap and ransom cases.

21 of 30 Netflix

Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, Santa Clarita Diet

Barrymore and Olyphant headline this Netflix dark comedy about two married real estate agents whose lives are turned upside down when Barrymore's character goes through a dramatic change.

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Walton Goggins, Six

Justified's Goggins grew a magnificent beard in this History drama about the members of Navy SEAL Team Six.

23 of 30 Michael Yarish/CBS

Katey Sagal and Judd Hirsch, Superior Donuts

Following dramatic roles on Sons of Anarchy and Forever, respectively, Sagal and Hirsch star in this sitcom about a donut shop struggling to survive in a gentrifying neighborhood.

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Tom Hardy, Taboo

Bonafide movie star Hardy sported a gnarly beard and donned a top hat to star in this eight-episode miniseries set in 1814. Hardy plays James Keziah Delaney, the presumed dead son of shipping mogul Chips, who returns to London from a long voyage in Africa, ready to lay claim to his father's empire.

25 of 30 Cristos Kalohoridis/NBC

Clive Standen, Taken

You might not recognize this Vikings star without Rollo's signature beard and long hair, but Standen got this new look to play a younger version of Liam Neeson's Taken character Bryan Mills.

26 of 30 Bob D'Amico/ABC

Freddie Stroma and Josh Bowman, Time After Time

After enjoying the ridiculous plotlines of UnREAL and Revenge, Stroma and Bowman decided to up the silly factor and play former BFFs H.G. Wells and Jack the Ripper. But when Jack (Bowman) steals Wells' (Stroma) time machine, the scientist is forced to follow him to modern day NYC to try and stop Jack from killing again.

27 of 30 Robert Voets/CBS

Bill Paxton, Training Day

In this adaptation of the Denzel Washington movie, Paxton -- of Big Love fame, not Bill Pullman of Independence Day fame -- plays the older, corrupt cop who gets partnered with an idealistic rookie.

28 of 30 Tyler Golden/NBC

John Lithgow, Trial & Error

Fresh off the success of The Crown, Lithgow stars as an eccentric poetry professor who is accused of the bizarre murder of his wife.

29 of 30 ITV/PBS

Jenna Coleman, Victoria

The Doctor Who alum stars in this PBS series about the first few years of Queen Victoria's reign.

30 of 30 HBO

Jude Law and Diane Keaton, The Young Pope

This star-studded HBO drama stars Law as an unorthodox, rebellious pope, Lenny Belardo, who lives by his own rules. Keaton stars as Sister Mary, the nun who raised Lenny and who is appointed his secretary after he's elected pope.