It’s Upfronts time, and that means all the major networks are both deciding what stays and what goes from this season of TV and rolling out the shows they’ll be offering up to the Ratings Gods for the 2015-2016 season. It can be chaotic, even brutal, but it’s also a great time for those of us who love to get a sneak peek at what’s coming next, because it usually comes with trailers galore.

So, if you’re eager to see what the networks will be trying to sell you in the fall, we’ve gathered all of the new trailers (so far) for upcoming shows — ranging from a new Seth MacFarlane cartoon to a Neil Patrick Harris variety special to the Lord of Hell in Los Angeles — below for your viewing pleasure, and we’ll add more as the networks make them available. (Decide for yourselves which network is better at writing BS promo copy.)


Lucifer (FOX)
“Bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell, The original fallen angel, Lucifer Morningstar has abandoned his throne and retired to L.A., where he owns Lux, an upscale nightclub.”

Bordertown (FOX)
“New animated comedy Bordertown centers around two families living in a Southwest desert town on the U.S.-Mexico border, taking a satirical look at the cultural shifts occurring in America.”

The Frankenstein Code (FOX)
“A modern reimagining of the Mary Shelley classic, about a man brought back to life by two scientists playing god.”

Grandfathered (FOX)
“John Stamos stars in a new comedy about the ultimate bachelor who discovers he’s not only a father, but a grandfather. Grandfathered is an unconventional, sophisticated comedy about coming of age — at any age.”

The Grinder (FOX)
“A new comedy about a famous TV lawyer who decides to move back home and join his family’s real law firm — despite having no formal education, no bar certification, no license to practice and no experience in an actual courtroom.”

Minority Report (FOX)
“Follows the unlikely partnership between a man haunted by the future and a cop haunted by her past, as they race to stop the worst crimes of the year 2065 before they happen.”

Rosewood (FOX)
“Meet Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Junior, the most brilliant private pathologist in Miami, who uses his wildly sophisticated autopsy lab, to perform for-hire autopsies to uncover clues that the Miami PD can’t see.”


Blindspot (NBC)
“A vast international plot explodes when a beautiful Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) is discovered naked in Times Square, her body covered in tattoos in this new, one-hour action thriller.”

The Player (NBC)
“Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester star in this action-packed Las Vegas thriller about a high-stakes game played by an organization of the wealthy.”

People Are Talking (NBC)
“From the director of How I Met Your Mother comes a bold new comedy about two couples for whom nothing is out of bounds, starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tone Bell and Bresha Webb.”

Heartbreaker (NBC)
“Based on the real life of Dr. Kathy Magliato, this medical drama stars Melissa George as an iconoclastic heart transplant surgeon, one of the few women in her field.”

Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (NBC)
“Get ready for a new primetime variety series hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.”


The Catch (ABC)
“The one woman you don’t mess with just lost everything. Now, it’s time for payback.”

Dr. Ken (ABC)
“He was a doctor and now he plays one on TV! Ken Jeong stars in ABC’s upcoming comedy, #DrKen.”

The Family (ABC)
“When a son presumed dead returns, the reunion might be too good to be true.”

Of Kings and Prophets (ABC)
“A biblical saga of faith, ambition, and betrayal that would change the world.”

The Muppets (ABC)
“It’s time to get things started!”

“When you mix oil and money, the results are explosive!”

Quantico (ABC)
“Everyone at Quantico has a secret, but someone’s is bigger and deadlier than the rest.”

The Real O'Neals (ABC)
“What happens when this perfect family stops pretending and starts getting real?”

Uncle Buck (ABC)
“Based on the hit movie, Mike Epps is fun-loving Uncle Buck.”

Wicked City (ABC)
“You can’t come to the city of angels and not meet a few devils.”


Supergirl (CBS)
“It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not a man. It’s Supergirl. In the new drama from the world of DC Comics, Superman’s cousin, Kara Zor-El, embraces her superhuman abilities and becomes the hero she was always meant to be.”

Limitless (CBS)
“Based on the 2011 feature, Limitless follows Brian Finch as he discovers the power of the mysterious drug NZT. In this new drama from executive producer Bradley Cooper, explore what happens when a man unlocks his limitless potential.”

Angel From Hell (CBS)
“She may be crazy. She may be inappropriate. But like an angel, she is always there for you…whether you like it or not. Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson star in the new comedy Angel From Hell.”

Code Black (CBS)
“Angels Memorial Hospital is the busiest ER in the nation. A "code black” occurs when there are more patients than resources, and you’re either praying for a miracle or performing one.“

Life In Pieces (CBS)
"Whether you are on a date or at a funeral, this family’s experience feels all too familiar. Every week, watch four short stories about family in the new comedy Life in Pieces starring Dianne Wiest, James Brolin, and Colin Hanks.”


Legends of Tomorrow (CW)
“Time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter must assemble a disparate group of both heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat to the planet…and to time itself.”

Containment (CW)
“When a mysterious and deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, a vast urban quarantine is quickly enforced, forcing those stuck on the inside to fight for their lives.”

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW)
“Rachel Bloom is Rebecca Bunch, a successful driven, and possibly crazy young woman who impulsively gives up everything in a desperate attempt to find love and happiness…in suburban West Covina, CA.”