Brandon Routh, Victor Garber, Arthur Darvill and Wentworth Miller star in the CW's new superhero series "Legends of Tomorrow," a spinoff of "Arrow" and "The Flash."
Atlanta is placed under quarantine after a virus hits the city on the CW's "Containment."
Rachel Bloom plays a "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" in the new CW comedy.
'Supergirl" is flying to CBS' Monday night lineup starting in November. Melissa Benoist portrays the comic book superhero.
Marcia Gay Harden and Luis Guzman, center, star in CBS' new medical drama "Code Black."
"Glee" star Jane Lynch, right, comes to CBS as a "brassy" self-described guardian angel in "Angel from Hell."
The Bradley Cooper movie "Limitless" is coming to TV as a CBS series, with Jake McDorman in the Cooper role.
Colin Hanks, back row center, leads an ensemble cast in CBS' comedy "Life in Pieces," which will initally follow "Big Bang Theory" on Mondays before the shows move to Thursdays in November.
The movie series "Rush Hour" is being adapted for CBS in 2016.
"The Muppets" are returning to prime-time TV with a twist. ABC's new series shows the trials and tribulations of the Muppets behind the scenes (Fozzie Bear's dating life, for example). The comedy from "Big Bang Theory" co-creator Bill Prady will air at 8 p.m. ET Tuesdays.
Mireille Enos ("The Killing") stars in uberproducer Shonda Rhimes' latest ABC series, "The Catch," about a fraud investigator whose work hits home.
After "The Hangover" and "Community," Ken Jeong, right, is now starring in his own series, ABC's "Dr. Ken." it's something he knows a little something about, having a medical degree himself.
The 1980s John Candy comedy "Uncle Buck" is rebooted with Mike Epps, left, on ABC.
The 1980s-set mystery series "Wicked City" comes to ABC in 2016.
New FBI recruits come to "Quantico," but one of them may be behind a terrorist attack in ABC's new drama.
ABC picks up on the biblical TV trend with "Of Kings and Prophets."
A married couple moves to North Dakota looking for high-paying jobs, but things don't come that easy on ABC's "OIL."
The uptight family in "The Real O'Neals" suddenly find themselves being more honest with each other after one of them comes out. The ABC comedy will star Martha Plimpton, center.
A politician's son mysteriously returns after he was believed to be missing on ABC's thriller "The Family."
Abigail Breslin, left, and Keke Palmer, right, are among the stars (along with Lea Michele, Emma Roberts and Ariana Grande) on Fox's new comedy-horror series "Scream Queens," from "Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy. It will air Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET in the fall.
Morris Chestnut, left, stars as a for-hire pathologist in the crime drama "Rosewood," which will lead into the smash hit "Empire" on Wednesday nights on Fox.
Rob Lowe, center, stars in two new comedies this fall. In Fox's "The Grinder," he plays a TV lawyer who tries doing the real thing, opposite his brother, the real attorney, played by Fred Savage. It will air Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. on Fox.
John Stamos is back on TV (when he's not doing the Netflix "Full House" revival) on "Grandfathered" as a bachelor who is surprised to learn he has two generations of kids. It airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on Fox.
"The Frankenstein Code" is a very new twist on the old story, coming to Fox in 2016 and starring Rob Kazinsky.
Another DC Comics TV adaptation hits Fox with the devilish "Lucifer" in 2016, starring Tom Ellis.
"The Guide to Surviving Life" is another comedy Fox has in the works for 2016. The series stars James Earl, Justin Bartha, Charlie Saxton and Jack Cutmore-Scott.
Eva Longoria returns to TV as a telenovela star whose personal life is explored in the sitcom "Hot & Bothered," coming to NBC.
In some cases, everything old is new again: "Coach" is among the reboots coming to NBC (the Peacock is also doing "Heroes Reborn").
Zachary Levi joins the cast of "Heroes" reboot "Heroes Reborn," airing Thursday nights on NBC in the fall.
Neil Patrick Harris hosts a live show called "Best Time Ever," which will air Tuesday nights on NBC.
Jaimie Alexander is the completely unknown, tattooed Jane Doe on NBC's mystery series "Blindspot."
After "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago PD," yet another Chicago-based drama from producer Dick Wolf is coming to NBC this fall: "Chicago Med."
After its last season of sitcoms failed to take off, NBC is trying out "Crowded" with Miranda Cosgrove, from left, Patrick Warburton and Carrie Preston.
Bre Blair and David Lyons star in the new drama "Game of Silence."
America Ferrera returns to television in the new sitcom "Superstore" on NBC.
Rob Lowe's other sitcom, "You, Me and the End of the World," set to air in 2016, takes on the apocalypse on NBC.
Wesley Snipes stars in the NBC drama "The Player."