Don't say Connie Britton never gave you anything.
OK, that's a lie. Britton hasn't given us the chance to ever miss her from our TV screens as the Friday Night Lights and American Horror Story leading lady is set to star in ABC's new drama Nashville, opposite Heroes fan favorite Hayden Panettiere. Isn't she just the best, y'all?!
ABC just released trailers for all nine of their new series, including Last Resort starring Scott Speedman (Heart you, Ben!) and 666 Park Avenue starring Lost vet Terry O'Quinn...
This is basically Gwyneth Paltrow's Country Strong starring Tami Taylor and the indestructible cheerleader and we ain't even mad. Britton plays a fading country star who teams up with an up-and-coming singer, played by Panettiere, in this family soap/musical drama set in, you guessed, it Nashville. Jonathan Jackson, Eric Close and Powers Boothe also star.
This highly-anticipated project from Shawn Ryan, creator of The Shield, follows the crew of a nuclear submarine that goes rogue after refusing orders. They soon declare themselves a nuclear nation when they escape to a tropical outpost. Ready for this awesome cast? Felicity's Speedman, The O.C.'s Autumn Reeser, Dollhouse's Dichen Lachman and Glee's Max Adler, Andre Braugher, Robert Patrick and Bruce Davison.
666 Park Avenue
Starring Brother & Sisters' Dave Annable and Rachael Taylor, this drama, which is based on the novel of the same name by Gabriella Pierce, centers on a young couple who move into a mysterious Manhattan building complex. And by mysterious, we mean a lot of supernatural weirdness is going down with the tenants as they all might be possessed by a demonic force. O'Quinn and Vanessa Williams also star as the married couple who own the building. Can you say most awesome TV marriage ever?
Radha Mitchell stars as a widow who must take over her husband's job after he is murdered. The only problem? He worked in a crime syndicate and she must fulfill his role to protect her family in this drama from Twilight scribe Melissa Rosenberg, which also stars Lee Tergesen, Luke Goss, Rade Sherbedsija and Suleka Mathew. Bonus? Hell on Wheels' Anson Mount guest stars.
ER's Anthony Edwards makes his return to TV as the editor of skeptic magazine who becomes involved in one of the most compelling conspiracies in this drama from Prison Break's Paul Scheuring. Michael Nyqvist, Scott Michael Foster and Jacinda Barrett also star.
Based on a British format, Family Tools centers on Kyle Bornheimer as a man who is forced to take over his father's (J.K. Simmons) handyman business. Also starring in the comedy are Leah Remini and Twilight's Edi Gathegi.
How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)
Scrubs' Sarah Chalke plays Polly, a single mother going through a divorce who moves back in with her eccentric parents, played by Brad Garrett and Elizabeth Perkins. Boundaries are not their strong suit. Orlando Jones and Rachel Eggleston co-star.
From Dan Fogelman comes this comedy that focuses on a family, led by Jamie Gertz, who moves into a New Jersey gated community. No, the family's neighbors aren't GTL types; they're aliens disguised as humans! Lenny Venito, Isabella Cramp, Clara Mamet and Max Charles also star.
Reba McEntire executive produces and stars in this multi-camera comedy about a woman who leaves Nashville for Malibu with her three kids and mother, played by Lily Tomlin, after her husband cheats on her. Sara Rue, Jai Rodriguez and Justin Prentice also star, with Jeffrey Nordling guest-starring in the pilot with the option to recur.