"Sleepy Hollow," Fox:Â Based on the classic Washington Irving tale, this update from executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci finds Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) pulled 250 years into the future and thrust into a world that's on the brink of destruction.
"Almost Human" (working title), Fox: This J.J. Abrams/J.H. Wyman effort pairs human police with highly-evolved, human-like android partners -- and will hopefully find them learning to live, laugh and love with each other.
"Rake," Fox:Â Greg Kinnear as a defense attorney with addiction issues and a self-destructive streak? What more could you ask for?
"Enlisted," Fox: Starring Geoff Stults, Parker Young and Chris Lowell, the series is a new irreverent and heartfelt single-camera comedy that follows three brothers getting to know each other again on a small Florida Army base and the group of misfits who surround them.Â Executive produced by Kevin Biegel ("Cougar Town") and Mike Royce ("Men of a Certain Age").
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine," Fox: From Emmy Award-winning writer/producers Dan Goor and Michael Schur and starring Emmy Award winners Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, the single-camera ensemble comedy is about what happens when a detective who doesn't take anything seriously gets a new by-the-book boss who wants him to grow up and respect the badge.
"Surviving Jack," Fox: Single-camera ensemble comedy based on best-selling author Justin Halpern's autobiographical book, "I Suck at Girls." Set in 1990s Southern California, Christopher Meloni stars as a man becoming a dad, as his son is becoming a man. Executive produced by Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Bill Lawrence and Jeff Ingold.
"Us & Them," Fox:Â Starring Jason Ritter and Alexis Bledel, the series is a single-camera ensemble comedy about a young couple whose path to happily-into a world that's on the brink of destruction.into a world that's on the brink of destruction.ever-after is complicated by the screwed-up circus of people closest to them.Â Executive produced by David Rosen ("I Just Want My Pants Back"), Steve Coogan, Jane Tranter, Julie Gardner, James Corden, Ruth Jones and Henry Normal.
"Us & Them," Fox:Â Starring Jason Ritter and Alexis Bledel, the series is a single-camera ensemble comedy about a young couple whose path to happily-ever-after is complicated by the screwed-up circus of people closest to them.Â Executive produced by David Rosen ("I Just Want My Pants Back"), Steve Coogan, Jane Tranter, Julie Gardner, James Corden, Ruth Jones and Henry Normal.
"Gang Related," Fox: "Lost" alum Terry O'Quinn teams with Wu-Tang Clan member RZA to take on three of L.A.'s biggest gangs; could be a buddy-cop epic.
"Crisis," NBC: When Washington's most powerful players are pulled into an international conspiracy, an unlikely puppeteer will bring everyone from CEOs to The President of the United States to their knees by threatening the things they hold most dear. Stars Dermot Mulroney, Gillian Anderson, Lance Gross and Rachael Taylor. Executive produced by Rand Ravich ("Life") and Far Shariat.
"Welcome to the Family," NBC: Cultures collide when a white family and a Latino family are bonded together by their children who fall in love followed quickly by an unplanned pregnancy. Stars Mike O'Malley, Mary McCormack, Richardo Chavira ("Desperate Housewives"), Ella Rae Peck, Aramis Knight, Justina Machado and Joey Haro. Executive produced by Mike Sikowitz ("Rules of Engagement").
"Ironside," NBC: Blair Underwood stars as a New York detective who was wounded in a shooting and is now confined to a wheelchair, but still tackles tough cases with his team of experts. A remake of the 1967 to 1975 NBC series starring Raymond Burr.
"Believe," NBC: An unlikely relationship develops between a young girl named Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) with a gift and a man named Tate (Jake McLaughlin) sprung from prison who has been tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power. Executive produced by Alfonso Cuaron ("Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban"), Mark Friedman ("The Forgotten"), J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk.
"Chicago PD," NBC:Â Follows the various police units that fight crime in the Windy City. Executive produced by Dick Wolf, the "Law & Order" creator who is also behind "Chicago Fire."
"Undateable," NBC: A young-adult sitcom starring Chris D'Elia as a romantic player who tries to show a group of nerds the ins and outs of the dating world. The comedy will be produced by Bill Lawrence, the writer behind "Scrubs" and "Cougar Town."
"Dracula," NBC: Dracula (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) has arrived in London, posing as an American entrepreneur who wants to bring modern science to Victorian society. But he has another motivation: He hopes to take revenge on those who cursed him with immortality. Also stars Victoria Smurfit, Thomas Kretschmann, Jessica De Gouw, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Nonso Anozie and Katie McGrath. Daniel Knauf, Tony Krantz, Colin Callender and Gareth Neame executive produce.
"Sean Saves the World," NBC: Centers on Sean (Sean Hayes), a guy who must figure out how to parent his 14-year-old daughter -- who just moved in -- while juggling a temperamental new boss at work. Also stars Thomas Lennon, Echo Kellum, Linda Lavin, Samantha Isler. Executive produced by Victor Fresco ("Better Off Ted"), Hayes and Todd Milliner.
"The Night Shift," NBC: An ensemble medical show following Army doctors working the late shift at a San Antonio Hospital. Stars Brigid Brannagh, Eoin Macken, Freddy Rodriguez, Jeananne Goossen, Jill Flint, Ken Leung, Robert Bailey Jr., Brendan Fehr and J.R. Lemon. Executive produced by Gabe Sachs, Jeff Judah ("Life as We Know It") and Pierre Morel.
"The Michael J. Fox Show," NBC: Mike (Michael J. Fox), put his career on hold to spend more time with his family and focus on his health after he was diagnosed with Parkinson's. Five years later, with the kids growing up and Mike growing restless, it's time for him to get back to work. Also stars Wendell Pierce, Betsy Brandt, Conor Romero, Juliette Goglia, Jack Gore and Katie Finneran. Executive produced by Fox, Sam Laybourne and Will Gluck.
"About a Boy," NBC:Â An adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel and the 2002 Hugh Grant feature film, it follows the relationship between a bachelor man-child ("Bent's" David Walton) and the young boy ("1600 Penn's" Benjamin Stockham) who moves in next door with his crazy, single mother (Minnie Driver). Executive produced by Jason Katims ("Parenthood"), Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Jane Rosenthal and Robert DeNiro.
"Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," ABC: Reimagination of "Alice in Wonderland," starring Sophie Lowe as Alice. Just as doctors ready to "cure" her of her memories of a fantasy land, the Knave of Hearts (Michael Socha) and the White Rabbit (John Lithgow) arrive to save her.
"Resurrection," ABC:Â Examines what happens when the people you have mourned and buried suddenly appear on your doorstep as if not a day's gone by. The lives of the people of Arcadia are forever changed when their deceased loved ones return. Based on a novel by Jason Mott. Executive produced by Aaron Zelman ("Criminal Minds")