With so many new pilots coming out this week, we knew you’d want some sort of short version — luckily, that’s what we’re here for.
With new content, you never know what will last — but after watching every trailer of the new shows: both Fall and Midseason, we are bringing to you ten teasers that will have you hooked. And of course, when you can see them.
Prison Break (Fox) – Thursday at 9PM – Midseason
This doesn’t need much of an intro, but yes it is based on the movie. This time around, it’s with Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell, and Sarah Wayne Callies.
Pitch (Fox) – Tuesdays at 9PM – Midseason/Spring
This will bea show you love, even if you’re not a baseball fan. Don’t judge before watching the trailer.
This Is Us (NBC) – Tuesdays at 9PM – Fall
The trailer starts with Milo Ventimiglia‘s backside, so you know it’s good. No but really, it also features Mandy Moore and Sterling K. Brown and the trailer alone will make you cry.
The Exorcist (Fox) – Fridays at 9PM – Fall
Alright so I can’t actually watch this because just the trailer terrified me, but in all honesty, it looks really good.
The Good Place (NBC) – Thursday at 8:30PM – Fall
This show really does just make you feel good: Kristen Bell died and accidentally gets entry to “the good place” — where she definitely doesn’t belong. Plus, Ted Danson!
Time After Time (ABC) – Sunday at 9PM – Midseason
I mean, it’s from the mind of Kevin Williamson (Dawson’s Creek), so…
Making History (Fox) – Sunday at 8:30PM – Midseason
I know, another time traveling show but honestly give it a chance.
Notorious (ABC) – Thursdays (in Scandal‘s spot) at 9PM
A TV producer and a lawyer who are best friends definitely looks like it’ll work. Plus the stellar cast is talented and well, hot: Piper Perabo, Daniel Sunjata and Kevin Zegers, anyone?
The Arrangement (E!)
Christine Evangelista and Josh Henderson versus Scientology? Alright they don’t say the word, but this is about a hot A-lister who falls in love — but she must sign a contract, thanks to the Institute of The Higher Mind. It’s following The Royals as E!’s second scripted series — and it’s even hotter.