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 hit horror, we're on board.
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.
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 also has cancer.
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 group takes his own life.
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.
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.