In CBS' first foray into the superhero genre, Melissa Benoist stars as Kara Zor-El, a.k.a. Supergirl. When the mild-mannered Kryptonian decides she is more than just an assistant — she's a super hero — Kara embraces her powers to protect her city. And take note that it's not an "S" emblazoned on her costume; it's the House of El's coat of arms.
Based on the 2011 feature film, Limitless takes Brian Finch (Greek's Jake McDorman) on one wild adventure as he discovers the power of a mysterious drug, NZT, that lets him access all information and every ability from is brain — from the strength in his hands, to every documentary he's ever seen. Get ready for a high-stakes mystery, a dangerous arms race....and Bradley Cooper who will recur in the drama.
Not for the squeamish, Code Black is a new medical drama about the action and drama that takes place in the emergency room at Angels Memorial Hospital. And when a "code black" occurs, all bets are off.
Is Amy insane, or is she really a guardian angel? That's the question that Allison, played by Maggie Lawson, will have to answer in the new comedy Angel From Hell. Glee's Jane Lynch stars as the seemingly crazy, inappropriate Amy, doing what she can to help Allison navigate life...whether she likes it or not.
Starring Dianne Wiest, James Brolin and Colin Hanks, Life in Pieces introduces a new set of crazy family stories, including a birthday party disguised as a funeral? Each week the show will follow their adventures as they navigate first dates, heading off to college, the truth about Santa Claus and more.
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