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Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim, Alex O'Loughlin, Hawaii Five-O

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Stop the presses! Alex O'Loughlin is starring in a new CBS show?! Whodathunkit?!

Oh, right, pretty much everyone, since it's his third in a row, and the Peeper net seems to have a serious love affair going with the formerly fangalicious Moonlight star.

But will Alex's new new CBS show Hawaii Five-O, which also stars Lost's Daniel Dae Kim (swoon), become the next big thing on CBS? Or will it be William Shatner's Twitter-based comedy, Tom Selleck's new cop show or something else?

See for yourself...

As our TV Buzz-O-Meter continues, we're looking for your thoughts on which CBS show you might love the most.

CBS is adding only five new shows to its prime-time schedule, and the trailers for said shows are all below for your viewing and judging pleasure.

Don't forget, we'll be all up in CW, ABC and NBC as the days go on. Check back for more previews and new-season tidbits.

Hawaii Five-O: A remake of the original television series that follows an elite task force fighting crime in Hawaii. The yummy quotient is high with Daniel Dae Kim and Alex O'Loughlin starring, along with Scott Caan and Grace Park. "Book 'em, Danno."

Mike & Molly: A sitcom created by Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory) that follows Mike Briggs (Billy Gardell) and Molly Flynn (Melissa McCarthy, the O.G. "Sookie") after crossing paths at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting. Also starring Katy Mixon, Nyambi Nyambi, Reno Wilson and Swoosie Kurtz.

Blue Bloods: This new drama has some star power with Tom Selleck, Bridget Moynahan, and Donnie Wahlberg making up part of the Reagan clan of New York cops. Their family business is justice, criminals and the politics behind it all. Also starring Dylan Moore, Len Cariou, and Will Estes.

$#*! My Dad Says: Or "Bleep My Dad Says" if you will. Created from Justin Halpern's popular Twitter feed, this new sitcom stars William Shatner as the opiniated and cranky dad, with Will Sasso and Nicole Sullivan rounding out the cast. The role of the younger son, Henry (the one collecting the $#*!), is currently being recast.

The Defenders: A legal dramedy set in Sin City (Las Vegas, not Washington D.C.) that revolves around a pair of defense attorneys, played by Jerry O'Connell (the goof-off) and Jim Belushi (the passionate do-gooder). Jurnee Smollett and Tanya Fischer also star.

Whaddya think? Weigh in now.