This week, each of the five major U.S. TV networks are announcing their 2015-2016 series at the Upfronts (see date for each network here). We suggest you bookmark this page, as we’ll be updating the list all week. Here’s what’s been announced:

ABC

The Catch (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A bride-to-be and her slippery fiancé find their perfectly constructed lies colliding in a dangerous game of cat and mouse.

Dr. Ken
Format: Half-hour comedy
A grumpy HMO doctor has a challenging professional life that’s trumped only by his home life, in which his success as a husband and father is brought into question on a daily, if not hourly, basis.

The Family
Format: One-hour drama
A politician’s son shows up nearly 10 years after his presumed death.

The Muppets
Format: Half-hour comedy
A mockumentary-style remake of the classic.

Of Kings and Prophets
Format: One-hour drama
A biblical saga of faith, ambition and betrayal, told from the side of a battle-weary king, a powerful prophet and a resourceful young shepherd.

Oil
Format: One-hour drama
A modern-day story about the biggest oil discovery in American history, in North Dakota.

Quantico
Format: One-hour drama
A group of young FBI recruits battle their way through training at the Quantico base.

The Real O’Neals
Format: Half-hour comedy
A picture perfect family is turned upside down when the son comes out of the closet.

Uncle Buck
Format: Half-hour comedy
Based on the 1990s movie, a childish man learns how to be an adult by taking care of his brother’s kids.

Wicked City (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A true crime procedural that explores sex, politics and popular culture across different eras in L.A.

CBS

Angel From Hell
Format: Half-hour comedy
Amy enters Allison’s life claiming to be her guardian angel.

Code Black
Format: One-hour drama
Medical drama set in the busiest and most notorious E.R. in the country.

Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
Focuses on a part of the FBI that helps American citizens who find themselves in trouble outside of the country.

Life in Pieces
Format: Half-hour comedy
Told through the separate stories of different family members, this sitcom tells the story of one family.

Limitless
Format: One-hour dram
Picks up where the 2011 film left off, and follows a man who discovers the power of a mysterious drug andis coerced into using it to solve weekly cases for the FBI.

Rush Hour (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A stoic Hong Kong police officer pairs up with a cocky L.A.P.D. officer.

Supergirl
Format: One-hour drama
Since arriving on Earth from Krypton, Kara Zor-El has concealed the powers she shares with her famous cousin. But now she decides to embrace her abilities.

ZOO
Format: One-hour drama
A summer thriller about a wave of animal attacks against humans.

CW

Containment (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A deadly epidemic breaks out and a large quarantine is enforced, leaving those on the inside fighting for their lives.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Format: One-hour drama
A driven young woman gives up everything in Manhattan to chase love in California in this musical series.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A spin-off of Flash and Arrow

FOX

Bordertown (midseason)
Format: Half-hour animated comedy
About two families living on the U.S.-Mexico border

The Frankenstein Code (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A morally corrupt retired cop is given a second chance at life when he’s brought back from the dead.

Grandfathered
Format: Half-hour comedy
A longtime bachelor finds his life upended when he discovers he not only has a son. but also a two-year old granddaughter, thanks to his son’s one-night stand.

The Grinder
Format: Half-hour comedy
When a long-running TV lawyer’s hit show comes to an end, he finds himself at a crossroads, moving back to his small town and taking over the family law firm.

The Guide to Surviving Life (midseason)
Format: Half-hour comedy
Celebrates the mistakes people make during the years after college and before settling down.

Houdini & Doyle
Format: One-hour drama
Based on the real-life friendship between magician Harry Houdini and author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Lucifer (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
Bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell, Lucifer resigns his throne and abandons his kingdom for Los Angeles, where he helps the LAPD punish criminals.

Minority Report
Format: One-hour drama
One of three Precogs struggles to lead a “normal” life but remains haunted by visions of the future.

Rosewood
Format: One-hour drama
An investigative series that centers on a brilliant pathologist in Miami.

Scream Queens
Format: One-hour drama
An anthology series; the first season revolves around a college campus that’s rocked by murders.

The X-Files (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama miniseries
Picks up where the 1990s sci-fi thriller left off.

NBC

Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris
Format: Hour-long variety
The Tony Award-winning actor hosts a variety show with musical segments, skits and plenty of guest stars.

Blindspot
Format: One-hour drama
A woman with no memories of her past is found naked in Times Square with a body filled with intricate tattoos. Her discovery sets off a complex mystery.

The Carmichael Show
Format: Half-hour comedy
Inspired by the stand-up comic’s life, with his contrarian father, therapist-in training girlfriend, ever-hustling brother and Jesus-loving mother.

Chicago Med (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
Spin-off of Chicago Fire.

Coach (midseason)
Format: Half-hour comedy
Picks up on the popular ’90s series starring Craig T. Nelson. This time he’s working as an assistant coach with his son for an Ivy League team.

Crowded (midseason)
Format: Half-hour comedy
A multigenerational comedy about a pair of empty nesters whose adult daughters move back home.

Emerald City (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
Dorothy is in a different kind of Land of Oz, where she becomes a “headstrong warrior” and “where wicked witches don’t stay dead for long.”

Game of Silence (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
In 1988, life changed irrevocably for four adolescent best friends who spent nine months in a hellish juvenile detention camp after an ordinary teenage transgression went awry. Twenty-five years later, they learn that the people who brutalized them have forged a corrupt alliance that straddles both sides of the law.

Heartbreaker
Format: One-hour drama
A medical soap that follows the life of an outspoken female heart transplant surgeon.

Heroes Reborn
Format: One-hour drama miniseries
Picks up where the Heroes series left off, where ordinary people discover extraordinary abilities.

Hot & Bothered
Format: Half-hour comedy
A behind-the-scenes look at the cast and crew of a hit telenovela.

Mr. Robinson
Format: Half-hour comedy
A talented musician tries to adapt to his new life as a middle school music teacher.

People Are Talking
Format: Half-hour comedy
Examines sex, race and everything else your parents never talked to you about.

The Player
Format: One-hour drama
Former FBI agent Alex Kane becomes a reluctant player in an age-old secret society’s perverse game of chance, where the stakes are measured in criminal acts and human lives.

Shades of Blue (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
A single mother and detective is recruited to work undercover for the FBI’s anti-corruption task force.

Superstore (midseason)
Format: Half-hour comedy
About a group of employees at a big box store who quickly learn that there’s much more to their ho-hum jobs than they thought.

You, Me and the End of the World (midseason)
Format: One-hour drama
Comedic drama in which a group of  misfits are destined to make it to a bunker deep beneath the English suburb of Slough, and as a result will become the hugely unlikely (and totally unsuitable) future of mankind.