"What About Brian" was a short-lived 2006-2007 show about a group of supportive friends in various stages of romantic relationships and friendships living in Los Angeles. What about J.J.? He executive produced.
"Undercovers": follows a husband and wife team who are re-activated as CIA agents years into their retirement. The 2010 show did not last years, just the one. Abrams co-created.
"Revolution" is currently struggling in its second season on NBC. The series follows a group of revolutionaries who confront an authoritarian regime 15 years after an instantaneous global shutdown of all electrical devices known as the Blackout. Yeah, sounds like an Abrams production.
"Person of Interest," which follows a former CIA operative recruited by an enigmatic billionaire to prevent violent crimes, is in its third season on CBS. Abrams executive produces, if you're a person who's interested.
"Lost" enjoyed great success before a lack-of-payoff in its final seasons marred its legacy. Abrams created the drama. Then the drama created drama with a lackluster finale.
"Fringe" ran for five years on Fox. Insert your own pun about it riding the "fringe" of cancelation. Abrams executive produced with showrunner and current "Almost Human" partner, J.H. Wyman.
"Felicity" was Abrams first major TV project, where he served from 1998 to 2002 as executive producer. In retrospect, it is decidedly un-Abrams-y.
People did not believe in the Alfonso Cuaron-created show, "Believe." Abrams exec produced the pilot, its one and only episode.
"Almost Human" premieres Sunday on Fox. Abrams created the futuristic cop thriller with full-human J.H. Wyman, who will showrun the series.
Abrams created "Alias," a.k.a. the series that made him a known-TV commodity. "Alias" ran for five seasons and made Jennifer Garner a star.
"Alcatraz" ran for 13 episodes in 2012. Abrams executive produced the show, which reunited him with "Lost" star Jorge Garcia. It went directly to jail.