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'MacGyver,' CBS

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").

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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.

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'Bull,' CBS

Loosely based on Dr. Phil McGraw's life before "Dr. Phil," "Bull" stars Michael Weatherly.

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Dr. Bull is a pitbull of a jury consultant. Obviously he got his name base don his...resemblance to the dog?

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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.

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'The Great Indoors,' CBS

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.

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'Pure Genius,' CBS

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.

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The show stars Augustus Prew as the titular "Genius" James Bell.

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"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.

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'Emerald City,' NBC

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).

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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.

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'The Good Place,' NBC

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.

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'Midnight, Texas,' 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.

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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.

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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.

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'Powerless,' NBC

"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).

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Danny Pudi plays Teddy -- that's all we know for now. "Powerless" also stars Alan Tudyk.

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'Timeless,' NBC

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?

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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.

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Between Lucy and Wyatt creeps Paterson Joseph as Connor Mason. "Timeless" is set for 10 p.m. Mondays this fall on NBC.

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'A.P.B.,' FOX

Millionaire Gideon Reeves (Justin kirk) buys himself a police precinct because millionaires amirite?

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'The Exorcist,' FOX

Ever see the 1970s horror film? Great, you're all caught up.

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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.

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'Making History,' 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.

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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.

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'Son of Zorn,' 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.

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"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.

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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.

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