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All the Trailers for CBS' New Fall Shows

Get your first look at Matt LeBlanc's new sitcom and more

Sadie Gennis

This fall, CBS is leaning heavily on established franchises and stars.

The network released the trailers for all of its new shows, including reboots of MacGyverandTraining Day, and sitcoms starring Matt LeBlanc and Kevin James. Check out the first looks at the new comedies and dramas heading your way below!

MacGyver: The MacGyver reboot follows a clandestine organization that prevent disasters.

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Training Day:Picking up 15 years after the original film, Bill Paxton plays a morally gray detective who gets paired up with a young officer (Justin Cromwell).

Bull: Based on the early career of Dr. Phil, Michael Weatherly stars as Dr. Bull, a legal defense consultant who uses his psychology skills to analyze juries.

Pure Genius: Parenthood and Friday Night Light's creator Jason Katims is executive producer of this drama about a Silicon Valley titan (Augustus Prew) who partners up with a surgeon (Dermot Mulroney) to create a modern approach to medicine.

Man with a Plan: Matt LeBlanc returns to network TV as a contractor who gets a crash-course in hands-on parenting when his wife goes back to work.

The Great Indoors: A former adventure reporter (Joel McHale) is forced to adapt to the times when he's put in charge of a group of millennial employees at a magazine's digital department. Stephen Fry and Christopher Mintz-Plasse also star in this multi-camera comedy.

Kevin Can Wait: Kevin James plays a newly retired police officer who discovers a whole new set of challenges when spending more time with his family.

Star Trek: The next chapter in the classic sci-fi series kicks off this January.

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