The new U.S. series are nearly here and, as usual, they’ll be premiering throughout September through November. Here’s a list of confirmed premiere dates.
Note: Everything premiering before MIPCOM (October 5-8) will have ratings information ready for the Cannes market. (In fact, it’s expected that there will be 400 new scripted series available at MIPCOM.)
For the others, you’ll just have to wait for post-market meetings to see how the shows fared.
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, NBC
This variety show, based on the British series Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, will feature celebrities, stunts, comedy skits, mini game shows, audience giveaways and hidden camera pranks.
Life in Pieces, CBS
The comedic crises of one family are seen through the eyes of each of its members, including a patriarch turning 70; his wife, their daughter (a mom of three), a son who’s moved back home; and their coddled youngest son and his wife.
A woman wakes up in the middle of Times Square naked and covered in strange tattoos, with no idea how she got there.
Based on a 2011 movie, a man named Brian Finch develops superhuman abilities after taking a mysterious drug called NZT.
The Muppets, ABC
Kermit, Miss Piggy and more return in this mockumentary-style series that follows their personal and professional lives.
Scream Queens, FOX
A horror-comedy anthology series that revolves around a college campus rocked by murders.
Heroes Reborn, NBC
Picks up where the series — about ordinary people who discover extraordinary abilities — left off.
The Player, NBC
A former military operative-turned-security expert must complete a series of heroic tasks to save innocent lives.
Blood & Oil, ABC
Two working-class men battle it out with a ruthless during the North Dakota oil boom.
At FBI Academy in Quantico, Va., one of the recruits is a sleeper agent who will engineer a major terror attack on the U.S.
Beyond the Tank, ABC
Follows contestants who’ve appeared on Shark Tank as they grow their businesses.
A bachelor suddenly discovers that he’s a father — and a grandfather.
The Grinder, FOX
When his show is canceled, a long-time TV lawyer returns to his hometown and finds his life at a crossroads.
Code Black, CBS
A medical drama set in the busiest and most notorious emergency in the U.S.
Dr. Ken, ABC
A grumpy HMO doctor has to deal with his challenging professional and personal lives.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, CW
A musical comedy series about a young woman who gives up everything and follows her ex from New York to California.
Kara Zor-El finally embraces the powers she shares with her famous cousin.
Wicked City, ABC
A true crime procedural that explores sex, politics and popular culture across different eras in Los Angeles.
Angel from Hell, CBS
Amy, a colorful, brassy woman, enters Allison’s seemingly perfect life claiming to be her guardian angel.
Chicago Med, NBC
A spin-off of Chicago Fire, set in a Chicago E.R.