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Your one-stop shop for all the new shows announced this week

From synopses to trailers, here's what we know about the new shows you'll care about next season.

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By the time your favorite TV shows are airing their season finales, networks have already begun to think about what should and will replace them come next season.

During a slew of presentations in New York this week, NBC, FOX, ABC, CBS and The CW will all announce and show off their upcoming new shows. We've gathered every teaser, trailer and first look we could for you to get your hands on and compiled them for you right here.

Editors' Note, May 20, 2016: This post has been updated to add the new CW shows. Also, note that CNET is owned by CBS Interactive, a unit of CBS.

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Based on the 2000 film of the same name starring Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel, the new show trades the son John Sullivan for a daughter, Raimy Sullivan (played by Peyton List, "The Flash"). In the trailer, Raimy is drawn to her old ham radio and on the other end she hears her father. What happens next changes the course of her history! (No seriously, rewriting time is tricky and can result in things like dead relatives or significant others having no clue who you are.)

'No Tomorrow'

If you thought the apocalypse was tomorrow, you'd probably have a lot of fun today, wouldn't you? "No Tomorrow" is about a woman (a quality-control assessor, to be accurate) whose life changes drastically when she meets a man who believes the world's end is imminent -- about 8 months and 12 hours away, according to the trailer -- and as a result, he lives each day to its fullest.


'Star Trek'

Zooming around planets, a look at the logo and the promise of new everything. Sure, we got to glimpse zero cast members and absolutely zero footage, but it was still so exciting! As Mayim Bialik said during the upfront, for branding purposes, maybe they should just call it "NCIS: Spaceships."


Don't worry NCIS lovers (you're out there, I know you are), Michael Weatherly isn't leaving CBS Tuesdays. From the executive producer of "House" comes a show loosely based on the life of Dr. Phil McGraw. And with his background in faux-law enforcement, Tony DiNozzo is the perfect pick for a smooth-talking, quick-witted, sarcastic mind-reader who runs a consulting firm to help people win their court cases. The show also stars Freddy Rodriguez and Geneva Carr, and is set to air sandwiched between "NCIS" and "NCIS: New Orleans" at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays this fall.

'The Great Indoors'

OK, OK, another show on this list who's connection to "tech culture" is super tenuous. But I'm going to explain it by Joel McHale and millennials. McHale stars as Jack, a rugged outdoorsman and magazine head who returns to the big city after a long stint in the wild. It also stars Stephen Fry and McLovin (Christopher Mintz-Plasse). It begins October at 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays.


A revamped version of the classic series, it's exactly what you'd expect. The titular man-without-a-plan is played by Lucas Till (Havok in the new " X-Men: Apocalypse") with his spy-team mentor Lincoln played by George Eads ("CSI"). It'll air at 8 p.m. on Fridays this fall.

'Pure Genius'

From the creator of "Friday Night Lights" comes the second series we've seen about a tech millionaire setting out to save lives with his money. (I think we all think millionaires are more philanthropic than the are.) Anyway, this one isn't about a police precinct, but a hospital. James Bell (Augustus Prew, "The Village") built a hospital called Bunker Hill, where he takes the patients everyone else has given up on -- and to save himself from a horrible rehabilitating disease. The show also stars Dermot Mulroney ("Shameless"), Odette Annable ("House") and Brenda Song ("Scandal").



Sure, "Agent Carter" was canceled, but you can cure your Hayley Atwell withdrawals with this drama. Atwell plays Hayes Morrison, former first daughter and new head of the show's version of the Innocence Project. The show airs 10 p.m. Mondays beginning this fall.

'Designated Survivor'

Truthfully, I included this because it's all we ever wanted: Jack Bauer as President. Well, Jack if he looked way nerdier, and was actually a low-level Cabinet member named Tom Kirkman who accidentally becomes president after an attack on the Capitol. (And, yes, it looks like it has absolutely zero relation to anything tech-y, or sci-fi -- unless the attack was by aliens, was it by aliens? -- but honestly I had to include it because Jack Bauer.) Oh, it also stars Maggie Q ("Divergent") as an FBI agent and Kal Penn, and is set to air at 10 p.m. Wednesdays this fall.

'Downward Dog'

Starring Allison Tolman ("Fargo"), this show is obviously about yoga. No? OK, well it is about yoga-avoiding (I assume) millennial named Nan -- oh and it's told from the point of view of her dog, Martin. The show is set to premiere at midseason.

'Imaginary Mary'

Jenna Elfman stars as middle-aged Ally McBeal. I mean, well, yah, basically. Except her name is Alice and she's afraid of kids and her imaginary friend has come back to help her through life. Maybe. It's set for midseason on Wednesdays.

'Still Star-Crossed'

From Shonda "Pretty much everything I touch is gold" Rhimes comes a fantasy continues the story of Romeo and Juliet. Forcing a Capulet and Montague to marry, Jeremy Irons' voiceover is enough for me to at least give it a chance (OK, an episode) (maybe).

Note: The trailer that was originally posted here has been deleted by ABC. We'll update the post if and when it returns.

'Time After Time'

What if H.G. Wells actually did build a time machine? And what if he used it to solve the most infamous crime ever? When Wells' friend Jack (you know, the Ripper) steals his time machine, Wells has to go after him to present-day NYC. Obviously I love a good mystery so I'm in. The series is set to air Sundays at midseason.



Florence Kasumba as East -- that dress though.

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'Emerald City'

NBC describes the series as a reimagining of "The Wizard of Oz" but set in "a mystical land of dark magic, lethal warriors and a bloody battle for supremacy." In our first looks at the show, it seems like "The Fall" meets "Once Upon a Time" -- which makes sense since it's from "Fall" director Tarsem Singh. More exciting is that Daredevil's Kingpin plays The Wizard (Vincent D'Onofrio), and Black Panther's Security Chief (Florence Kasumba) plays East -- Wicked Witch implied. It looks stunning, in any case, but no time slot or air date has been set yet.

'The Good Place'

Kristen Bell is dead. Not really, just on NBC's new comedy. Oh and it's all a mistake. I'm not convinced this will last for more than a 13-episode season, but I'm still in, if only for the obvious one-liners sprinkled throughout. The show also stars Ted Danson and is currently set to air at 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays this fall.

'Midnight, Texas'

From Charlaine Harris, the creator of "True Blood," comes this wildly similar show set in Texas, duh. Though probably with considerably less nudity than the HBO show, this one also centers on a small town beset by magic people/werewolves/angels/vampires/??? -- but is described as having a "Twin Peaks" feel. The series stars Francois Arnaud ("Blindspot"), Arielle Kebbel (fun fact: she actually had a role on "True Blood") and Dylan Bruce ("Orphan Black").


Somewhat related to the DC Comics superheroes (though it's not clear which DC universe it connects to, if any), the show will focus on an insurance adjuster who covers cases involving superpower- and superhero-related damages. It stars Vanessa Hudgens and Alan Tudyk, but is not immediately slated for the network's fall schedule.


In just one of the numerous time-travel shows headed for your small screen later this year, a professor, a soldier and a pilot have to head through time to stop a (time?) terrorist, played by Goran Visnjic ("Extant"). The show also stars Abigail Spencer ("Suits"), Matt Lanter ("The Astronaut Wives Club") and Malcolm Barrett ("Better Off Ted"). With some great quotes just from the trailer below, here's hoping the show gets at least enough time on the air for us to prove our knee-jerk comparisons to season 3 of "Alias." The show is set to air 10 p.m. Mondays this fall.

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'Falling Water'

From the producers of "The Walking Dead" and "Homeland." The voiceover in the trailer says, "If you can invade a person's dreams, you can bend them to your will." Looks super creepy, but sounds like an interesting "Inception"-esque premise. No word yet on when it will air.



Can apps solve everything? After a life-altering event, millionaire Gideon Reeves sure thinks so. Played by Justin Kirk ("Weeds"), Reeves buys himself a police precinct to prove it, showing off the toys his $100 million budget can buy in this first trailer. The series is set to air in 2017 at 9 p.m. on Mondays.

'The Exorcist'

This one is exactly what it sounds like: an update of the classic 1973 horror film. Starring Geena Davis as a mother who's scared her Chicago family is being plagued by a demon. She turns to Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera, "Sense8") for help in the struggle against evil. The horror-thriller is set to air on the network at 9 p.m. on Fridays this fall.

'Making History'

What happens when a computer science professor falls in love with a woman in the 1700s? See, Dan Chambers (Adam Pally of "Happy Endings") built himself a time machine and uses it to escape his boring nerdy life here in the present. But actions have consequences, especially when you accidentally start dating Paul Revere's daughter (played by Leighton Meester of "Gossip Girl") and screw up the whole American Revolution. With the help of his friend the history professor (Yassir Lester, "Girls") they have to somehow right Dan's wrongs -- and get the girl. Currently, "Making History" is set to begin in 2017 at 8:30 p.m. on Sundays.

'Son of Zorn'

Blending animation with live-action, Jason Sudeikis voices Zorn, Zephyria's Greatest Defender, and dad to fully human Alangulon (think he goes by Alan at school?). Zorn returns from Zephyria to Orange County, California, in hopes of connecting with his son and newly engaged ex-wife. Life in the suburbs is no picnic for anyone, let alone an animated decapitator like He-Man Zorn. "Son of Zorn" also stars Cheryl Hines ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") and Tim Meadows ("Saturday Night Live") and is set to air at 8:30 p.m. Sundays this fall.

Check back Tuesday for more trailers and show announcements and let us know in the comments which show you're most excited for.