ABC held its upfront presentation in New York on Tuesday, where it introduced its latest offerings to advertisers -- and took a few jabs from its own star, Jimmy Kimmel.
Just in case you weren't able to make it to the presentation, we've compiled the trailers for ABC's new shows. Check them out below, and share your predictions in the comments section: Which shows will be a hit, and which won't make it to a second season?
In the new comedy "How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life," "Scrubs" alum Sarah Chalke plays Polly, a recently divorced single mom who moves in with her eccentric parents, Max and Elaine (Brad Garrett and Elizabeth Perkins), who are full of life but know no boundaries:
"The Family Tools" centers around a man who's forced to put her dreams on hold in order to take over the family handyman business from his father:
In "The Neighbors," a family moves into a beautiful but surprisingly affordable gated community in New Jersey, only to find that all their new neighbors are aliens:
"American Horror Story" alum Connie Britton stars in "Nashville," a family soap set against the backdrop of the Nashville music scene that follows one star at her peak and one on her rise:
"Last Resort," from "The Shield"'s Shawn Ryan, follows a renegade crew of a nuclear submarine who form their own sovereign, nuclear-equipped nation after defying a suspicious order:
"Malibu Country" stars Reba McEntire as a mother who moves her kids from Nashville to Malibu after her husband abandons the family, and attempts to resuscitate her music career while sheltering her kids from their decadent new surroundings:
"666 Park Avenue" follows a young couple who manages one of the most historic apartment buildings -- a property that also happens to be plagued by supernatural occurrences:
"Red Widow" centers on the widow of an assassinated criminal who's forced to adopt her husband's role in a crime syndicate to protect her family:
"Zero Hour" stars Anthony Edwards is a story about an editor of a magazine for skeptics who finds himself drawn into one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history:
"Mistresses: stars Alyssa Milano, Brett Tucker and Rochelle Aytes. The title probably speaks for itself: