7 New Fall TV Shows We Can’t Wait to See, From ‘Rel’ to ‘Manifest’ (Photos)

“Rel”
We can’t wait to see “Get Out” breakout star Lil Rel Howrey in this new sitcom inspired by his real life. If his performance is anything like the comedic relief he brought to the Jordan Peele thriller, we’re on…

“Rel”

We can’t wait to see “Get Out” breakout star Lil Rel Howrey in this new sitcom inspired by his real life. If his performance is anything like the comedic relief he brought to the Jordan Peele thriller, we’re on board.

Watch the trailer here.

“I Feel Bad”

We’re excited for this female-centric comedy from writer Aseem Batra and executive producer Amy Poehler. In a culture that likes to pretend that women have to be perfect at all times, this looks like a refreshing take on motherhood and beyond.

Watch the trailer here.

“New Amsterdam”

We know it’s another medical drama, but “New Amsterdam” looks dramatic AF and we are honestly here for it. In the trailer alone, the hospital’s new medical director fires an entire department, admits an Ebola patient, and we find out he has cancer.

Watch the trailer here.

“A Million Little Things”

Is this Boston-set drama ABC’s “This Is Us”? We’re already teary from the trailer, so our best bet is yes. A group of friends learn more about each other (and probably themselves) after one of their own takes his own life.

Watch the trailer here.

“The Fix”

This drama is executive produced by Marcia Clark, and we can already see her influence in the trailer. In “The Fix,” an L.A. district attorney suffers a devastating defeat when prosecuting an A-list actor for double murder — but she returns to the City of Angels eight years later when he strikes again.

Watch the trailer here.

“Whiskey Cavalier” 

With a name like “Whiskey Cavalier,” who wouldn’t want to watch this show? But jokes aside, Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan have great chemistry in the trailer and the drama looks like it will have us laughing amidst all the action.

Watch the trailer here.

“Manifest”

Time travel? Check. Family drama? Check. Airplanes? Check. We’re getting serious “Lost” vibes from “Manifest” and are excited to see how the mystery unfolds.

Watch the trailer here.

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ABC Fall 2018-2019 Trailers: ‘The Rookie,’ ‘A Million Little Things,’ ‘Kids Are Alright’ (Watch)

ABC has released the first trailers for their upcoming fall shows following the release of their 2018-2019 fall schedule on Tuesday. Of the trailers released today, comedy “The Kids Are Alright” and dramas “The Rookie” and &#822…

ABC has released the first trailers for their upcoming fall shows following the release of their 2018-2019 fall schedule on Tuesday. Of the trailers released today, comedy “The Kids Are Alright” and dramas “The Rookie” and “A Million Little Things” will debut this fall. “Schooled,” “Whiskey Cavalier,” “Grand Hotel,” and “The Fix” will debut at midseason. Watch […]

Watch Trailers for ABC’s New Fall TV Shows: ‘The Rookie,’ ‘Single Parents,’ ‘The Kids Are Alright’ (Videos)

ABC has released the first trailers for its upcoming fall TV shows, including the Nathan Fillion-led cop dramedy “The Rookie” and the Taran Killam comedy “Single Parents.”

The 1970s-set family comedy “The Kids Are Alright” will also premiere in the fall, having scored the time post-“Roseanne” Tuesday night timeslot. The “This Is Us”-esque ensemble drama “A Million Little Things” will air on Wednesday nights at 10 p.m.

The “Goldbergs” spinoff “Schooled,” as well as dramas “Whiskey Cavalier,” “Grand Hotel” and “The Fix” will all be held for midseason.

Also Read: ABC Fall Schedule: ‘The Kids Are Alright’ to Follow ‘Roseanne’; ‘FOTB’ and ‘Speechless’ Sent to Friday

See the full ABC fall schedule here.

“The Rookie”
At an age where most are at the peak of their career, John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) casts aside his comfortable, small town life and moves to L.A. to pursue his dream of being a cop. Now, surrounded by rookies twenty years his junior, Nolan must navigate the dangerous, humorous and unpredictable world of a “young” cop, determined to make his second shot at life count.

“Schooled”
A spinoff of “The Goldbergs” set in 1990-something and follow the hilarious teachers of William Penn Academy – led by Principal Glascott (Tim Meadows), Coach Mellor (Bryan Callen) and Lainey Lewis (AJ Michalka) – who, despite their eccentricities and crazy personal lives, are heroes to their students.

“A Million Little Things”
They say friendship isn’t one big thing, it’s a million little things; and that’s true for a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected circumstances. Some have achieved success, others are struggling in their careers and relationships, but all of them feel stuck in life. After one of them dies unexpectedly, it’s just the wake-up call the others need to finally start living. Along the way they discover that friends may be the one thing to save them from themselves.

“Single Parents”
This ensemble comedy follows a group of single parents as they lean on each other to help raise their 7-year-old kids and maintain some kind of personal lives outside of parenthood. The series begins when the group meets Will (Taran Killam), a 30-something guy who’s been so focused on raising his daughter that he’s lost sight of who he is as a man. When the other single parents see just how far down the rabbit hole of PTA, parenting and princesses Will has gone, they band together to get him out in the dating world and make him realize that being a great parent doesn’t mean sacrificing everything about your own identity.

“Grand Hotel”
Eva Longoria executive produces this bold, provocative drama set at the last family-owned hotel in multicultural Miami Beach. Charismatic Santiago Mendoza (Demian Bichir) owns the hotel, while his glamorous second wife, Gigi (Roselyn Sanchez), and their adult children enjoy the spoils of success. The hotel’s loyal staff round out a contemporary, fresh take on an upstairs/downstairs story. Wealthy and beautiful guests bask in luxury, but scandals, escalating debt and explosive secrets hide beneath the picture-perfect exterior. The show is based on the Spanish series.

“Whiskey Cavalier”
“Whiskey Cavalier” is a high-octane, hour-long action dramedy that follows the adventures of tough but tender FBI super-agent Will Chase (codename: “Whiskey Cavalier”), played by Scott Foley. Following an emotional break-up, Chase is assigned to work with badass CIA operative Francesca “Frankie” Trowbridge (codename: “Fiery Tribune”), played by Lauren Cohan. Together, they lead an inter-agency team of flawed, funny and heroic spies who periodically save the world (and each other) while navigating the rocky roads of friendship, romance and office politics. The series is from writer/executive producer Dave Hemingson and executive producer Bill Lawrence with Warner Bros. Television.

“The Fix”
Attorney and author Marcia Clark co-writes and executive produces a new legal drama about Maya Travis (Robin Tunney), an L.A. district attorney who suffers a devastating defeat when prosecuting an A-list actor for double murder. With her high-profile career derailed, she flees for a quieter life in Washington. Eight years later when this same celebrity is under suspicion for another murder, Maya Travis is lured back to the DA’s office for another chance at justice. This legal thriller is executive produced/co-written by Clark, Liz Craft and Sarah Fain, and is from Mandeville TV and ABC Studios.

“The Kids Are Alright”
Set in the 1970s, this ensemble comedy follows a traditional Irish-Catholic family, the Clearys, as they navigate big and small changes during one of America’s most turbulent decades. In a working-class neighborhood outside Los Angeles, Mike (Michael Cudlitz) and Peggy (Mary McCormack) raise eight boisterous boys who live out their days with little supervision. The household is turned upside down when oldest son Lawrence (Sam Straley) returns home and announces he’s quitting the seminary to go off and “save the world.” Times are changing and this family will never be the same. There are 10 people, three bedrooms, one bathroom and everyone in it for themselves. The series is inspired by the childhood of writer/executive producer Tim Doyle.

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ABC has released the first trailers for its upcoming fall TV shows, including the Nathan Fillion-led cop dramedy “The Rookie” and the Taran Killam comedy “Single Parents.”

The 1970s-set family comedy “The Kids Are Alright” will also premiere in the fall, having scored the time post-“Roseanne” Tuesday night timeslot. The “This Is Us”-esque ensemble drama “A Million Little Things” will air on Wednesday nights at 10 p.m.

The “Goldbergs” spinoff “Schooled,” as well as dramas “Whiskey Cavalier,” “Grand Hotel” and “The Fix” will all be held for midseason.

See the full ABC fall schedule here.

“The Rookie”
At an age where most are at the peak of their career, John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) casts aside his comfortable, small town life and moves to L.A. to pursue his dream of being a cop. Now, surrounded by rookies twenty years his junior, Nolan must navigate the dangerous, humorous and unpredictable world of a “young” cop, determined to make his second shot at life count.

“Schooled”
A spinoff of “The Goldbergs” set in 1990-something and follow the hilarious teachers of William Penn Academy – led by Principal Glascott (Tim Meadows), Coach Mellor (Bryan Callen) and Lainey Lewis (AJ Michalka) – who, despite their eccentricities and crazy personal lives, are heroes to their students.

“A Million Little Things”
They say friendship isn’t one big thing, it’s a million little things; and that’s true for a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected circumstances. Some have achieved success, others are struggling in their careers and relationships, but all of them feel stuck in life. After one of them dies unexpectedly, it’s just the wake-up call the others need to finally start living. Along the way they discover that friends may be the one thing to save them from themselves.

“Single Parents”
This ensemble comedy follows a group of single parents as they lean on each other to help raise their 7-year-old kids and maintain some kind of personal lives outside of parenthood. The series begins when the group meets Will (Taran Killam), a 30-something guy who’s been so focused on raising his daughter that he’s lost sight of who he is as a man. When the other single parents see just how far down the rabbit hole of PTA, parenting and princesses Will has gone, they band together to get him out in the dating world and make him realize that being a great parent doesn’t mean sacrificing everything about your own identity.

“Grand Hotel”
Eva Longoria executive produces this bold, provocative drama set at the last family-owned hotel in multicultural Miami Beach. Charismatic Santiago Mendoza (Demian Bichir) owns the hotel, while his glamorous second wife, Gigi (Roselyn Sanchez), and their adult children enjoy the spoils of success. The hotel’s loyal staff round out a contemporary, fresh take on an upstairs/downstairs story. Wealthy and beautiful guests bask in luxury, but scandals, escalating debt and explosive secrets hide beneath the picture-perfect exterior. The show is based on the Spanish series.

“Whiskey Cavalier”
“Whiskey Cavalier” is a high-octane, hour-long action dramedy that follows the adventures of tough but tender FBI super-agent Will Chase (codename: “Whiskey Cavalier”), played by Scott Foley. Following an emotional break-up, Chase is assigned to work with badass CIA operative Francesca “Frankie” Trowbridge (codename: “Fiery Tribune”), played by Lauren Cohan. Together, they lead an inter-agency team of flawed, funny and heroic spies who periodically save the world (and each other) while navigating the rocky roads of friendship, romance and office politics. The series is from writer/executive producer Dave Hemingson and executive producer Bill Lawrence with Warner Bros. Television.

“The Fix”
Attorney and author Marcia Clark co-writes and executive produces a new legal drama about Maya Travis (Robin Tunney), an L.A. district attorney who suffers a devastating defeat when prosecuting an A-list actor for double murder. With her high-profile career derailed, she flees for a quieter life in Washington. Eight years later when this same celebrity is under suspicion for another murder, Maya Travis is lured back to the DA’s office for another chance at justice. This legal thriller is executive produced/co-written by Clark, Liz Craft and Sarah Fain, and is from Mandeville TV and ABC Studios.

“The Kids Are Alright”
Set in the 1970s, this ensemble comedy follows a traditional Irish-Catholic family, the Clearys, as they navigate big and small changes during one of America’s most turbulent decades. In a working-class neighborhood outside Los Angeles, Mike (Michael Cudlitz) and Peggy (Mary McCormack) raise eight boisterous boys who live out their days with little supervision. The household is turned upside down when oldest son Lawrence (Sam Straley) returns home and announces he’s quitting the seminary to go off and “save the world.” Times are changing and this family will never be the same. There are 10 people, three bedrooms, one bathroom and everyone in it for themselves. The series is inspired by the childhood of writer/executive producer Tim Doyle.

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‘A Million Little Things’ New ABC Drama Series Recasts Role

An actress in ABC’s drama pilot A Million Little Things will not be continuing as the project was picked up to series. Anne Son, who played one of the leads in the large ensemble cast, is leaving, Her role, Katherine, will be recast.
Written by D…

An actress in ABC’s drama pilot A Million Little Things will not be continuing as the project was picked up to series. Anne Son, who played one of the leads in the large ensemble cast, is leaving, Her role, Katherine, will be recast. Written by DJ Nash, A Million Little Things revolves around a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected circumstances. Some have achieved success, others are struggling in their careers and relationships, but all of them feel…

ABC Orders Drama ‘A Million Little Things’ to Series

ABC has ordered the drama “A Million Little Things” for the 2018-2019 season. The order marks the network’s first pickup for one of its pilot this year. The series centers on a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected …

ABC has ordered the drama “A Million Little Things” for the 2018-2019 season. The order marks the network’s first pickup for one of its pilot this year. The series centers on a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected circumstances. Some have achieved success, others are struggling in their careers and relationships, but all […]

DJ Nash’s ‘A Million Little Things’ Pilot Picked Up To Series By ABC

DJ Nash’s hourlong gamble paid off. A Million Little Things, the first drama project ever from the comedy writer who created NBC’s Growing Up Fisher and Truth Be Told, was a big front-runner among ABC’s 2018 crop of pilots and now was hande…

DJ Nash’s hourlong gamble paid off. A Million Little Things, the first drama project ever from the comedy writer who created NBC's Growing Up Fisher and Truth Be Told, was a big front-runner among ABC’s 2018 crop of pilots and now was handed one of the network’s first series orders for next season. The project, from ABC Studios and Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment, joins light cop drama The Rookie starring Nathan Fillion as well as The Goldbergs spinoff. A Million Litt…