Everyone's favorite clandestine fixer is back! Here's Angus "Mac" MacGyver (right, Lucas Till) with his mentor/partner Lincoln, played by George Eads ("CSI").
Mac is a 20-something this time, just out to save the world with some bubble gum -- and a little bit of luck. "MacGyver" will air at 8 p.m. Fridays this fall on CBS.
Loosely based on Dr. Phil McGraw's life before "Dr. Phil," "Bull" stars Michael Weatherly.
Dr. Bull is a pitbull of a jury consultant. Obviously he got his name base don his...resemblance to the dog?
Supposedly, he uses tech and human psychology to determine the way a jury swings. "Bull" is set to air at 9 p.m. Tuesdays this fall.
Joel McHale is a very rugged outdoorsman plopped in the city and made to work with some millennials who believe that everyone deserves a participation trophy. The horror. Currently, it will premiere at 8:30 p.m. on October 27.
A(nother) series about a tech millionaire trying to use his money to be way more philanthropic than the rest of probably would be, "Pure Genius" is about one built a high-tech, futuristic hospital with his money.
The show stars Augustus Prew as the titular "Genius" James Bell.
"Pure Genius" also stars Dermot Mulroney (right; "My Best Friend's Wedding" anyone?) as the doctor courted by Bell to help him run Bunker Hill. The show airs 10 p.m. Thursdays on CBS.
The reimagining of "The Wizard of Oz" seems like "The Fall" meets "Once Upon a Time." Pictured is Florence Kasumba, who plays East (I guess the Wicked Witch part is implied).
Oliver Jackson (left) stars as Lucas, a character I definitely don't remember from "Wizard of Oz" so I have no idea why he's here. And on the right is Adria Arjona as Dorothy. Between the two is, I imagine, an updated Toto the K9 dog.
Ted Danson stars in "The Good Place," about heaven and a case of mistaken identity. The comedy also stars Kristen Bell and is currently set to air at 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays this fall on NBC.
In what sounds like a less-nude version of "True Blood" (oh, and set in Texas), "Midnight, Texas" stars Francois Arnaud (right) as Manfred.
Jason Lewis (you might recognize him as Smith from "Sex & the City" -- it's easier with his shirt off) as Joe Strong, who lives in the small strange town.
Arielle Kebbel stars as Olivia, with Peter Mensah as Lemuel the vampire. A time slot or start date for NBC's "Midnight, Texas" has not yet been announced.
"Powerless" is about everyday lives in a superhero world. Vanessa Hudgens is Emily Locke, an insurance claims adjuster for super-related disasters, seen here with Crimson Fox (Atlin Mitchell).
From left to right: Malcolm Barrett as Rufus Carlin, Matt Lanter as Wyatt Logan, and Abigail Spencer as Lucy Preston. I think that's their time-travel device behind them? It's mighty big -- how do they hide that in the past?
Spencer ("Suits") plays a professor who's the only person they can turn to for help stopping time-terrorist Goran Visnjic. Feels a little "The Blacklist"-y for me, but we'll see.
Between Lucy and Wyatt creeps Paterson Joseph as Connor Mason. "Timeless" is set for 10 p.m. Mondays this fall on NBC.
Millionaire Gideon Reeves (Justin kirk) buys himself a police precinct because millionaires amirite?
Ever see the 1970s horror film? Great, you're all caught up.
Geena Davis (left) stars as the matriarch of the Rance family, and the one who pleads with Father Tomas (Alfonso Herrera) for his help. "The Exorcist" will air 9 p.m. on Fridays this fall on Fox.
Adam Pally (wearing the bear skin) and Leighton Meester (not wearing the bear skin) star in the time-traveling, mind-bending show about three people who are desperately trying not to screw up history.
The show also stars Yassir Lester ("Girls") as the history professor Pally recruits to help right his historical wrongs. "Making History" is set for midseason at 8:30 p.m. on Sundays on Fox.
Zorn (voiced by Jason Sudeikis) and Alangulon (Johnny Pemberton) are just bros, ya know? Chilling. In the driveway with a mountain bird. Which'll be dead by the end of the trailer.
"Son of Zorn" stars Cheryl Hines ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") as Zorn's ex-wife who seems none-too-pleased with Zorn's sudden new take on parenting. Tim Meadows (left, "Saturday Night Live") plays Hines' fiancee.
After a tumultuous marriage, Zorn has returned to the promised land -- the 'burbs -- to parent his vegetarian son and reconnecting with his ex-wife. "Son of Zorn" is set to air at 8:30 p.m. Sundays this fall on Fox.