2015-2016 TV Season: TheWrap’s Complete Network Guide

Upfronts 2015: New series, renewals, and cancellations for the upcoming season

Melissa Benoist, "Supergirl"; "People Are Talking"; Kermit the Frog; "The Grinder"

Over the next two weeks, the broadcast networks will announce most of their 2015-16 schedules. TheWrap has your full rundown of what’s staying, what’s going, and what new shows are being picked up on all five of the broadcast networks.

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THE CATCH (ABC Studios, Shondaland)
Writer: Jennifer Schuur
Producer: Shonda Rhimes, Besty Beers, Helen Gregory, Kate Atkinson, Julie Anne Robinson
Director: Julie Anne Robinson
Logline: A thriller about a woman about to get married and about to get conned. Unbeknownst to her slippery fiancé, our heroine — who investigates fraud for a living — is not all she claims to be. And when the fiancé’s expertly planned con collides with her perfectly constructed lies, they plunge into a dangerous game of cat and mouse. Based on the novel from Kate Atkinson.
Cast: Mireille Enos – “Alice Vaughan”
Jacky Ido – “Delgado”
Jay Hayden – “James McGrath”
Elvy Yost – “Maria”
Damon Dayoub – “Kieran”
Alimi Ballard – “Evan”
Rose Rollins – “Abby”

OIL (ABC Studios)
Writer: Josh Pete, Rodes Fishburne
Producer: Tony Krantz, Josh Pate, Rodes Fishburne
Logline: The biggest oil discovery in American history (bigger than Texas and as big as Saudi Arabia) has triggered a geopolitical shift and an economic boom in North Dakota on a scale not seen since the American 1849 Gold Rush. This series tracks the epic pilgrimage of a young, ambitious couple to the oil fields of the Bakken seeking their fortune and a better life — it’s a classic tale with modern twists. As we follow their trials and tribulations in a modern day “Wild West”, they negotiate a colorful ensemble of roughnecks, grifters, oil barons, criminals, and fellow prospectors against a stark and beautiful backdrop.
Cast: Don Johnson – “Hap Boyd”
Chace Crawford – “Billy”
Scott Michael Foster – “Wick”
Rebecca Rittenhouse – “Cody”
India De Beaufort – “Jules”
Delroy Lindo – “Tip Hamilton”
Caitlin Carver – “Lacey”
Yani Gellman – “AJ”
Amber Valletta – “Carla”

DR. KEN (Sony Television, ABC Studios)
Writer: Jared Stern, Mike O’Connell, Ken Jeong
Producer: Jared Stern, Mike O’Connell, Ken Jeong, John Davis, John Fox, Mike Sikowitz
Logline: The half-hour comedy follows Ken Jeong who is a frustrated HMO doctor juggling medicine, marriage and parenting, and succeeding at none of them.
Cast: Ken Jeong – “Dr. Ken”
Albert Tsai – “Dave”
Dave Foley – “Pat”
Suzy Nakamura – “Allison”
Tisha Campbell-Martin – “Damona”
Krista Marie Yu – “Molly”
Jonathan Slavin – “Hector”

Writer: Josh Safran
Producer: The Mark Gordon Company
Logline: A group of young FBI recruits, all with specific reasons for joining, battle their way through training at the Quantico base in Virginia. As we intercut between their hidden pasts and their present training, we also flash-forward to the near future, where one of the recruits will turn out to be a sleeper terrorist responsible for the most devastating terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11.
Cast: Tate Ellington – “Simon Asher”
Graham Rogers – “Caleb Haas”
Jake McLaughlin -“Ryan”
Priyanka Chopra “Alex”
Dougray Scott – “Liam”
Aunjanue Ellis – “Miranda”
Johanna Braddy – “Shelby”
Yasmine Al Massri – “Nimah”

Writer: Steven Baigelman
Producer: Mandeville Television.
Logline: A character-driven, true-crime procedural that explores sex, politics and popular culture across various noteworthy eras in L.A. history. Season one focuses on two LA cops in search for a Bonnie & Clyde-esque serial killing team amidst the rock-and-roll, coke-infused revelry of the 1980s Sunset Strip.
Cast: : Erika Christensen – “Betty”
Darrell Britt‐Gibson – “Diver”
Taissa Farmiga – “Karen”
Holley Fain – “Trish”
Karolina Wydra – “Dianne”
Adam Rothenberg – “Jack”
Anne Winters – “Vicki”
Gabriel Luna – “Paco”
Ed Westwick – “Kent”

THE REAL O’NEALS (Hypomania Content, DiBonaventura Pictures Television, ABC Studios)
Writer: David Windsor, Casey Johnson
Producer: Dan Savage, Brian Pines, Dan McDermott
Logline: Dan Savage’s semi-autobiographical revolves around a picture-perfect family turned upside down when the youngest son comes out of the closet. What seems like the end of their idyllic life turns out to be the beginning of a bright new chapter when everyone stops pretending to be perfect and actually starts being real.
Cast: Jay R. Ferguson – “Pat O’Neal”
Bebe Wood – “Shannon”
Mathew Shively – “Jimmy”
Noah Galvin – “Kenny”
Mary Hollis Inboden – “Maureen”
Martha Plimpton – “Eileen O’Neal”

THE MUPPETS (ABC Studios, Muppet Studios)
Writer: Bill Prady, Bob Kushell
Producer: Bill Barretta, Kris Eber, Bob Kushell, Bill Prady
Logline: The show will explore the Muppets’ personal lives and relationships, both at home and at work, as well as romances, break-ups, achievements, disappointments, wants and desires.
Cast: Steve Whitmire- “Kermit” / “Statler” / “Beaker” / “Rizzo”
Dave Goelz- “Gonzo” / “Dr. Bunsen Honeydew” / “Waldorf”
Eric Jacobson- “Miss Piggy” / “Fozzie Bear” / “Animal” / “Sam Eagle”
Matt Vogel- “Floyd Pepper” / “Sweetums”
Bill Barretta- “Pepe” / “Dr. Teeth” / “Rowlf”
David Rudman- “Scooter” / “Janice”

UNCLE BUCK (Will Packer Productions, Universal Television, ABC Studios)
Writer: Steven Cragg, Brian Bradley
Producer: Will Packer
Logline: Based on the 1989 movie, Uncle Buck is a multi-camera family comedy about a childish man who learns how to be an adult by taking care of his brother’s kids in a very childish way.
Cast: Mike Epps – “Buck”
Nia Long – “Alexis”
Aalyrah Caldwell – “Maizy”

THE FAMILY (ABC Studios, Mandeville Television)
Writer: Jenna Bans
Producers: Jenna Bans, David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Laurie Zaks
Logline: The pilot explores the shockwaves that ripple a son thought dead for more than 10 years suddenly returns. The son of a local politician, the young man’s return not only rattles his tight-knit family to its core, it prompts the release of the neighbor imprisoned for his murder, while the cop responsible is forced to reexamine what truly happened all those years ago
Cast: Joan Allen – “Claire”
Zach Gilford – “Danny”
Liam James – “Adam”
Alison Pill – “Willa”
Margot Bingham – “Sergeant Nina Meyer”
Floriana Lima – “Bridey”
Madeleine Arthur – “Young Willa”

Writers: Adam Cooper, Bill Collage
Producers: Jason Reed, Reza Aslan, Mahyad Tousi
Logline: An epic Biblical saga of faith, ambition and betrayal as told through the eyes of a battle-weary king, a powerful and resentful prophet and a resourceful young shepherd on a collision course with destiny.
Cast: Ray Winstone – “King Saul”
Haaz Sleiman – “Jonathan”
Mohammad Bakri – “Samuel”
Maisie Richardson‐Sellers – “Michal”
Oliver Rix – “David”
Tomer Kapon – “Joab’

“Grey’s Anatomy”
“How to Get Away With Murder”
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”
“Once Upon a Time”
“American Crime”
“Secrets and Lies”
“Marvel’s Agent Carter”
“Fresh Off the Boat”
“The Goldbergs”
“The Middle”
“Modern Family”
“Last Man Standing”

“Manhattan Love Story”

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SUPERGIRL (Berlanti Productions, Warner Bros. Television)
Writer: Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler
Producer: Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler Sarah Schecter
Logline: Revolves around Kara Zor-El, who escaped Krypton amid its destruction years ago, and has been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin, Superman, since arriving on Earth. But now at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and become the hero she was always meant to be.
Order: Series
Cast: Melissa Benoist – “Kara”
Mehcad Brooks – “James Olsen”
Calista Flockhart – “Cat Grant”
Chyler Leigh – “Alex Danvers”
David Harewood – “Hank Henshaw”
Laura Benanti – Alura Zor-El
Dean Cain – Unknown
Helen Slater – Unknown

LIMITLESS (CBS Television Studios, K/O Paper Products, Relativity Media)
Writer: Craig Sweeny
Producer: Craig Sweeny, Neil Berger, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Heather Kadin, Bradley Coopery, Todd Phillips, Ryan Kavanaugh, Tucker Tooley, Tom Forman, Andrew Marcus and Ray Ricord
Director: Neil Berger
Logline: Based on the 2011 feature, the series follows Brian Sinclair as he discovers the power of the mysterious drug NZT, and is coerced into using his newfound drug-enhanced abilities to solve weekly cases for the FBI.
Cast: Jake McDorman – “Brian Sinclair”
Jennifer Carpenter – “Rebecca”
Hill Harper – “Boyle”
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio – “Nasreen Awad”

CODE BLACK (ABC Studios, CBS Television Studios)
Writer: Michael Seitzman
Producer: Michael Seitzman, David Semel, Marti Noxon, Linda Goldstein-Knowlton, Ryan McGarry
Director: David Semel
Logline: Based on the documentary, a medical drama set in the busiest and most notorious ER in the nation – LA County Hospital – where the extraordinary staff confronts a broken system in order to protect their ideals and the patients who need them the most.
Cast: Marcia Gay Harden – “Leanne Rorish”
Bonnie Somerville – “Christa Lorenson”
Raza Jaffrey – “Neal Hudson”
Luis Guzman – “Jesse Sallander”
Melanie Kannokada – “Malaya Pineda”
Harry M. Ford – “Angus Leighton”
Ben Hollingsworth – “Mario Savetti”
William Allen Young – “Guthrie”

CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS (ABC Studios, CBS Television Studios, The Mark Gordon Company)
Producer: Mark Gordon, Erica Messer, Nick Pepper
Writer: Erica Messer
Director: Glenn Kershaw
Logline: Focuses on a division of the FBI that helps American citizens who find themselves in danger abroad.
Cast:Gary Sinise – “Jack Garrett”
Anna Gunn – “Lily Lambert”
Daniel Henney – “Matthew Simmons”
Tyler James – “Monty”

RUSH HOUR (Warner Bros. Television, Doozer)
Writer: Bill Lawrence, Blake McCormick
Producer: Bill Lawrence, Blake McCormick, Arthur Sarkissian, Brett Ratner, Jeff Ingold
Director: Jon Turtletaub
Logline: Based on the New Line Cinema film, a stoic, by-the-book Hong Kong police officer is assigned to a case in Los Angeles where he’s forced to work with a cocky African-American LAPD officer who has no interest in a partner.
Cast: Justin Hires – “Detective James Carter”
Jon Foo – “Lee”
Aimee Garcia – “Didi Diaz”
Wendie Malick

ANGEL FROM HELL (CBS Television Studios)
Writer: Tad Quill
Producer: Tad Quill
Director: Don Scardino
Logline: When Amy enters Allison’s life and claims to be her guardian angel, they form an unlikely friendship and Allison can’t be sure if Amy is an angel or just nuts.
Cast: Jane Lynch – “Amy”
Maggie Lawson – “Allison”
Kyle Bornheimer – “Brad”
Kevin Pollak – “Marv”

LIFE IN PIECES (Kapital Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Television)
Writer: Justin Adler
Producers: Justin Adler, Aaron Kaplan, Jason Winer
Director: Jason Winer
Logline: The single-camera comedy about one family told through the separate stories of its different family members.
Cast: Colin Hanks – “Greg”
Betsy Brandt – “Heather”
Dianne Wiest – “Joan”
Zoe Lister Jones – “Jen”
Thomas Sadoski – “Matt”
James Brolin – “John”
Dan Bakkedahl – “Tim”
Angelique Cabral – “Colleen”
Giselle Eisenberg – “Sophia”
Holly Barrett – “Samantha”
Niall Cunningham – “Tyler”

“Big Bang Theory”
“2 Broke Girls”
“Mike & Molly”
“Madam Secretary”
“NCIS: New Orleans”
“Blue Bloods”
“Hawaii Five-0”
“NCIS: Los Angeles”
“Criminal Minds”
“The Good Wife”
“Person of Interest”
“CSI: Cyber”
“The Odd Couple”
“Undercover Boss”
“The Amazing Race”
“60 Minutes”
“48 Hours”

“Two and a Half Men” (finished final season)
“The Mentalist” (finished final season)
“The Millers”
“The McCarthys”
“Battle Creek”
“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”

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CORDON (My So-Called Company, Eyeworks, Warner Bros. Television)
Writer: Julie Plec
Producer: Julie Plec, David Nutter
Director: David Nutter
Logline: Based on the Belgian series, when a deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, a large city quarantine is quickly enforced, leaving those stuck on the inside to fight for their lives. “Cordon” tells the story of loved ones tragically torn apart, and how the society that grows inside the cordon reveals both the devolution of humanity and the birth of unlikely heroes.
Cast: David Gyasi -“Major Alex ‘Lex Carnahan”
Christina Moses – “Jana”
Kristen Gutoskie – “Katie Frank”
Chris Wood – “Jake”

DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (Bonanza Productions Inc, Berlanti Productions, Warner Bros. Television, DC Enterainment)
Producer: Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg Sarah Schechter
Logline: Having seen the future, one he will desperately try to prevent from happening, time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter is tasked with assembling a disparate group of both heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat – one in which not only is the planet at stake, but all of time itself.
Cast: Victor Garber – “Dr. Martin Stein”
Brandon Routh – “Ray Palmer” / “Atom”
Caity Lotz – “Sarah Lance” / “The Canary”
Arthur Darvill – “Rip Hunter”
Ciara Renée – “Kendra Saunders” / “Hawkgirl”
Franz Drameh -“Jay Jackson”
Dominic Purcell – “Mick Rory” / “Heat Wave”
Wentworth Miller – “Leonard Snart” / “Captain Cold”

“Jane the Virgin”
“The Originals”
“The Flash”
“The 100”
“The Vampire Diaries”
“Beauty and the Beast”

“Hart of Dixie”
“The Messengers”

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Writer: Danny Chun
Producer: Danny Chun, John Stamos, Dan Fogelman
Logline: The single-cam comedy follows a longtime bachelor whose life is upended when he discovers he’s a father – and a grandfather.
Cast: John Stamos – “Jimmy”
Josh Peck – “Gerald”
Kelly Jenrette – “Annelise”
Ravi Patel – “Ken”
Paget Brewster – “Sara”
Christina Milian – “Vanessa”

THE GUIDE TO SURVIVING LIFE (Jackal Group, 20th Century Fox Television)
Writer: Jay Lacopo
Producer: Jay Lacopo, Gail Berman
Logline: After a particularly calamitous experience, 26-year-old Cooper Barrett turns to camera and, using cautionary tales from his own life, episode by episode, helps the youth of America survive the ridiculous disaster that is life and love in your 20’s.
Cast: Jack Cutmore Scott – “Cooper”
Meaghan Rath – “Kelly”
James Earl – “Barry”
Charlie Saxton – “Neal”
Justin Bartha – “Josh”
Maureen Sebastian – “Leslie”

THE GRINDER (20th Century Fox Television Studios)
Writer: Andrew Mogel, Jarrad Paul
Producer: Jarrad Paul, Andrew Mogel, Nicholas Stoller, Jake Kasdan, Rob Lowe
Director: Jake Kasdan
Logline: Rob Lowe stars as beloved TV lawyer Dean Sanderson (aka “The Grinder”). When his long-running hit series comes to an end, he finds himself at a crossroads in life and decides to move back to his small home and take over his family’s law firm.
Cast: Rob Lowe – “Dean Sanderson”
Fred Savage – “Stewart”
Mary Elizabeth Ellis – “Debbie”
Natalie Morales – “Claire”
William Devane – “Dean Sr.”
Hana Hayes – “Rebecca”
Connor Kalopsis – “Ethan”

ROSEWOOD (20th Century Television Fox, Temple Hill Entertainment)
Writer: Todd Harthan
Producer: Todd Harthan, Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen
Director:Richard Shephard
Logline: The investigative drama centers around the brilliant Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr., the top private pathologist in all of Miami. In his lab, he finds secrets in the bodies of those usually dismissed. Despite being surrounded by death, Rosewood is obsessed with life and it frustrates the cynical female detective he often works with, but she can’t argue with the results his perspective provides.
Cast: Morris Chestnut – “Beaumont”
Jaina Lee Ortiz – “Villa”
Maggie Elizabeth Jones – “Bella”
Anna Konkle – “Kathy”
Gabrielle Dennis – “Pippy”

SCREAM QUEENS (20th Century Fox Television)
Writer: Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk
Producer: Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan, Dante Di Loreto
Director: Ryan Murphy
Logline: The anthology series revolves around a college campus grappling with a series of murders.
Order: 15 episodes
Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis
Emma Roberts
Lea Michele
Ariana Grande
Oliver Hudson
Abigail Breslin
Keke Palmer
Billie Lourd
Skyler Samuels
Lucien Laviscount
Niecy Nash
Diego Boneta
Glen Powell
Nasim Pedrad

LUCIFER (Warner Bros. Television, Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Aggressive Mediocrity)
Writer: Tom Kapinos
Producer: Tom Kapinos, Jonathan Littman, Jerry Bruckheimer
Director: Len Weisman
Logline: Based on the DC Comics character Lucifer who, bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell, resigns his throne and abandons his kingdom for the beauty of Los Angeles, where he gets his kicks helping the LAPD punish criminals
Cast: Tom Ellis – “Lucifer”
Lauren German – “Det. Chloe Dancer”
Rachael Harris – “Kim Martin”
DB Woodside – “Amenadiel”
Lesley-Ann Brandt – “Maze”
Nicholas Gonzalez – “Dan”
Scarlett Estevez – “Trixie”

THE FRANKENSTEIN CODE (20th Century Fox Television)
Writer:Rand Ravich, Howard Gordon
Producer: Rand Ravich
Director: Michael Cuesta
Logline: The drama follows the morally corrupt and retired cop Ray Pritchard. He’s given a second chance at life when he is brought back from the dead. He’ll have to choose between his old lifestyle and a new sense of purpose with a second chance at life while navigating the complicated relationship with his “creators”: an antisocial Internet billionaire and his bio-engineer twin sister.
Cast: Adhir Kalyan – “Otto”
Rob Kazinsky – “Pritchard”
Dilshad Vasaria – “Mary”
Tim DeKay – “Duval”
Claire Bravo – “Gracie”

MINORITY REPORT (20th Century Fox Television, Amblin Television, Paramount Television)
Writer: Max Borenstein
Producer: Max Borenstein, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Kevin Falls
Director: Mark Mylod
Logline: The drama takes place 10 years after the end of Precrime in D.C., when one of the three Precogs struggles to lead a “normal” human life, but remains haunted by visions the future, when he meets a detective haunted by her past, who just may help him find a purpose to his gift. Based on the feature film.
Cast: Daniel London – “Wally”
Li Jun Li – “Akeela”
Laura Regan – “Agatha”
Meagan Good – “Lara Vega”
Stark Sands – “Dash/Arthur”
Wilmer Valderrama – “Blake”
Zhane Hall – “Rico”

“New Girl”
“Bob’s Burgers”
“Sleepy Hollow”
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
“The Last Man on Earth”
“The Simpsons” (two seasons)

“Red Band Society”
“Gracepoint” (finished limited run)
“Glee” (finished final season)
“The Mindy Project” (may be revived at Hulu)
“The Following”
“American Idol” (will have one more season)

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THE PLAYER (Sony Pictures Television, Davis Entertainment, Kung Fu Monkey)
Writer: John Rogers
Producers: John Rogers, John Davis, John Fox, Bharat Nalluri
Director: Bharat Nalluri
Logline: From the executive producers of “The Blacklist” and starring Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester (“Strike Back,” “Fringe”) comes an action-packed Las Vegas thriller about a former military operative turned security expert who is drawn into a high-stakes game where an organization of wealthy individuals gamble on his ability to stop some of the biggest crimes imaginable from playing out. Can he take them down from the inside and get revenge for the death of his wife, or is it true what they say: The house always wins.
Cast: Wesley Snipes – “Mr. Johnson”
Philip Winchester – “Alex Kane”
Charity Wakefield – “Cassandra King”
Damon Gupton – “Detective Cal Brown”

GAME OF SILENCE (Sony Pictures Television, Carol Mendelsohn Production)
Writer: David Hudgens
Producers: David Hudgins, Carol Mendelsohn, Niels Arden Oplev, Julie Weitz
Director: Niels Arden Oplev
Logline: Carol Mendelsohn, executive producer and architect of the “CSI” phenomenon, presents a gripping new drama about a successful Atlanta attorney (David Lyons, “Revolution”) whose long-lost childhood friends unexpectedly reappear after 25 years. When a dark secret they thought they had buried resurfaces, the brotherhood bands together to right the wrongs of their shared past — a journey that will push the limits of their loyalty and quench their thirst for revenge.
Cast: David Lyons – “Jackson Brooks”
Michael Raymond-James – “Gil Harris”
Larenz Tate – “Shawn Polk”
Bre Blair -” Jessie West”
Conor O’Farrell – “Warden Roy Carroll”
Deidrie Henry – “Detective Liz Winters”
Demetrius Grosse – “Terry Bosch”
Claire Van Der Boom – “Marina Nagle”

SUPERSTORE (Universal Television, The District)
Writer: Justin Spitzer
Producer: Justin Spitzer, Ruben Fleischer, David Bernad
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Logline: The single-cam comedy follows a group of employees at a big box store who quickly learn that there’s much more to their ho-hum jobs – like love, friendship, and the surprises of everyday moments – than they thought.
Cast:  America Ferrera – “Amy”
Ben Feldman – “Jonah”
Nichole Bloom – “Cheyenne”
Lauren Ash – “Dina”
Mark McKinney – “Glenn”
Colton Dunn – “Garrett”
Nico Santos – “Mateo”

HOT AND BOTHERED (Universal Television, Unbelievable Entertainment, Tall and Short Productions)
Producers: Chrissy Pietrosh, Jessica Goldstein, Eva Longoria, Ben Spector, Josh Bycel, Jonathan Fener
Writers: Chrissy Pietrosh, Jessica Goldstein
Logline: If you think the steamy sex, sensational scandals and wrenching heartbreak on Latino soap operas are a little extreme, just wait until you see what happens behind the scenes. Eva Longoria (“Desperate Housewives”) stars in this new comedy about Ana Sofia, a sizzling TV superstar and her lively family of cast and crew all competing to steal the spotlight. When the cameras turn off, the drama turns up as Ana battles pesky network execs, drunken script writers, narcissistic co-stars, and an unfortunately familiar new onscreen love interest.
Cast: Eva Longoria – “Ana Sofia Calderon”
Jencarlos Canela – “Xavier Castillo”
Diana Maria Riva – “Mimi”
Jose Moreno Brooks – “Gael Garnica”
Alex Meneses – “Isabella Santamaria”
Amaury Nolasco – “Rodrigo Suarez”
Jadyn Maria – “Roxie Rios”
Izzy Diaz – “Isaac”

CROWDED (Universal Television, Hazy Mills)
WriterSuzanne Martin
Producer: Suzanne Martin, Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner
LoglineThe multi-generational family comedy follows recent empty-nesters when their two adult daughters move back home and everything backfires.
Cast: Patrick Warburton – “Mike”
Carrie Preston – “Martina”
Stacy Keach – “Bob”
Mia Serafino – “Stella”
Miranda Cosgrove – “Shea”

PEOPLE ARE TALKING (Universal Television, Will Packer Productions)
Writer: DJ Nash
Producer: DJ Nash, Will Packer
Logline: Two diverse couples who are both neighbors and best friends go through life side-by-side. They can’t help but analyze and obsess about everything. From topics like sex and race, to the fact that the trusted new babysitter might just be a porn star, nothing is out of bounds.
Cast: Mark-Paul Gosselaar -“Mitch”
Meaghan Rath
Tone Bell – Russell
Bresha Webb – Angie

BLINDSPOT (Warner Bros. TV, Berlanti Productions)
Writer: Martin Gero
Producers: Martin Gero, Greg Berlanti
Logline: A beautiful woman, with no memories of her past, is found naked in Times Square with her body fully covered in intricate tattoos. Her discovery sets off a vast and complex mystery that immediately ignites the attention of the FBI who begin to follow the road map on her body to reveal a larger conspiracy of crime while bringing her closer to discovering the truth about her identity.
Cast: Sullivan Stapleton – “Kurt Weller”
Jaimie Alexander – “Jane Doe”
Audrey Esparza – “Tasha Oslo”
Rob Brown – “Ramirez”
Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Ukweli Roach – Dr. Borden
Ashley Johnson – Patterson Leung

HEARTBREAKER (Universal Television)
Writer: Jill Gordon
Producers: Jill Gordon, Amy Brenneman, Brad Silberling, Susan Carlson, Eric Carlson, Kelly Meyer, Kathy Magliato
Logline: Inspired by the life of Dr. Kathy Magliato, the show is a medical soap that follows the outspoken Alex Panttiere, one of the rare female heart transplant surgeons. Alex brings an innovative eye to treating patients week to week while also balancing the complications of her professional and romantic life.
Cast: Melissa George – Dr. Kathy Magliato
Dave Annable – Pierce Harrison
Don Hany – Jessie Shane
Shelley Conn – Millicent
D.L. Hughley – Dr. Hackett
Jamie Kennedy – Dr. Callahan
Maya Erskine – Gi Sung
J. Louis Mills – Forester
Joshua Leonard – Max

CHICAGO MED (Universal Television, Wolf Films)
Writer: Matt Olmstead, Michael Brandt, Derek Haas, Dick Wolf
Producers: Matt Olmstead, Michael Brandt, Derek Haas, Dick Wolf, Danielle Gelber, Peter Jankowski, Joe Chappelle
Director: Joe Chappelle
Logline: The story revolves around the day-to-day chaos of the city’s most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases inspired by topical events, forging fiery relationships in the pulse-pounding pandemonium of the emergency room, and through it all, familiar faces from the Chicago police and fire departments will intertwine as this third team of Chicago heroes hits the ground running.
Cast: Oliver Platt –  “Dr. Daniel Charles”
S. Epatha Merkerson – “Sharon Goodwin”
Laurie Holden – “Dr. Hannah Tramble”
Nick Gehlfuss – “Dr. Will Halstead”
Yaya Dacosta – “Maggie Seaver”

SHADES OF BLUE (Universal Television, Nuyorican Productions, EGTV, Ryan Seacrest Productions)
Producers: Jennifer Lopez, Barry Levinson, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Ryan Seacrest, Nina Wass, Jack Orman, Adi Hasak
Writers: Jack Orman and Adi Hasak
Logline: In a provocative new drama, the iconic Jennifer Lopez stars as sexy New York detective (and single mother) Harlee Santos, who fell in with a tight-knit group of dirty cops, taking bribes and protection money that she uses to provide the best life for her honest and talented daughter. When she’s trapped by the FBI, however, and forced to inform on her own “brothers,” she’ll have to walk the fine line between love, loyalty, honor and betrayal, and try to keep it together for her daughter’s future.
Cast: Jennifer Lopez – “Detective Harlee Santos”
Ray Liotta – “Lieutenant Bill Wozniak”
Warren Kole – “Robert Staal”
Dayo Okeniyi – “Michael Loman”
Drea De Matteo – “Detective Tess Nazario”
Hampton Fluker – “Sergeant Patrick Tufo”
Vincent Laresca – “Detective Tony Espada”
Sarah Jeffery – “Christina”

LITTLE BIG SHOTS (Warner Horizon Television, East 112th Street Productions, A Very Good Production)
Producers: Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Harvey, Jeff Kleeman, Gerald Washington
Logline: In “Little Big Shots,” Steve Harvey will showcase young musicians, singers, dancers and every form of wunderkind in the country, and go toe to toe with them in conversations and interviews, with hilarious results. From pint-size breakdancers to 5-year-old piano virtuosos, these gifted performers will awe the nation with their talents, slay us with their cuteness and wow us with their accomplishments. These phenomenal kids show us once and for all that talent is born, not made.
Cast: Steve Harvey (host)

YOU, ME, AND THE END OF THE WORLD (Working Title Television, Sky TV and Bigballs Films)
Producers: Juliette Howell, Lynn Horsford, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Cameron Roach, Lizzie Gray, Andrew Conrad, Iain Hollands
Writer: Iain Hollands
Logline: In this bold adrenaline-fueled new one-hour comedy drama, the news that a comet is on an unavoidable collision course with Earth sets in motion the most hilariously unexpected chain of events imaginable. Set against the backdrop of apocalyptic chaos and the story follows an eclectic group of seemingly unconnected characters around the world as their lives start to intersect in the most unexpected ways. When we say eclectic, we mean a rebellious priest, an unhinged white supremacist, a mild-mannered bank manager, a germ-phobic cyber-terrorist and an American five-star general. Some of these misfits are destined to make it to a bunker deep beneath the English suburbs of Slough and, as a result, will become the hugely unlikely (and totally unsuitable) future of mankind. Wouldn’t that be a disaster!
Cast: Rob Lowe – “Father Jude Sutton”
Jenna Fischer – “Rhonda McNeil”
Megan Mullally – “Leanne”
Mathew Baynton – “Jamie Winton”/ “Ariel Conroy”
Joel Fry – “Dave Bosley”
Paterson Joseph – “General Arnold Gaines”
Gaia Scodellaro – “Sister Celine Leonti”
Pauline Quirke – “Paula Winton”
Fabian McCallum – “Spike”
Kyle Soller – “Scotty”

HEROES REBORN (Universal Television, Imperative Entertainment, Tailwind Productions)
Producers: Tim Kring, Peter Elkoff, James Middleton
Writer: Tim Kring
Logline: From original creator Tim Kring, the supernatural phenomenon begins again with a fresh crop of inspiring heroes who take on the ultimate struggle between those with extraordinary abilities and those with nefarious motives to hunt and harness their powers. Epic adventures await these newly empowered allies as they cross paths with some of the original characters (such as the beloved “HRG” and fan-favorite time-traveler Hiro Nakamura), unlocking the mysterious fate of the universe and their place within it.
Cast: Jack Coleman – “Noah Bennet”
Masi Oka – “Hiro Nakamura”
Zachary Levi
Judith Shekoni
Robbie Kay
Henry Zebrowski
Kiki Sukezane
Ryan Guzman
Danika Yarosh
Toru Uchikado
Eve Harlow
Gatlin Green

Producers: Neil Patrick Harris, Orly Adelson, Siobhan Greene, David A. Hurwitz, Anthony McPartlin, Declan Donnelly
Five Emmy Awards and a Tony Award make multi-talented Neil Patrick Harris the perfect star for this live one-hour show that is unlike any other currently on American television. Complete with stunts, skits, pranks, audience interaction, musical numbers, giveaways and unlimited surprises, this show proves that anything can happen, and it can happen to you. Based on the wildly popular British hit “Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway,” the modernized variety show format and its fearless, multi-talented star will make for one of the best nights ever on TV week after week.
Cast: Neil Patrick Harris – Host

“The Blacklist”
“Chicago Fire”
“Chicago PD”
“Law & Order: SVU”
“The Mysteries of Laura”
“The Night Shift”

“A to Z”
“The Slap” (miniseries)
“Bad Judge”
“Parks and Recreation” (finished final season)
“Parenthood” (finished final season)
“State of Affairs”
“Marry Me”
“About a Boy”