Private Practice's Stephen Amell and Melrose Place's Katie Cassidy star in this remake of the DC classic. Thank you CW, for featuring some hot shirtless pull-ups and amazing Hawkeye-reminiscent archery in the trailer. Do you really need more convincing to watch this show?
Airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m
Famous Hollywood daughter, Mamie Gummer, will navigate the very high school world of working in a hospital in this new medical drama. Of course, there'll be some Grey's Anatomy-style eye candy too. Justin Hartley and Michael Rady play the CW's versions of McDreamy and McSteamy.
Airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
Kristin Kreuk returns to the CW in this reboot of the classic fairy tale. Kreuk's titular costar is the not-so-beastly looking Jay Ryan.
Airs Thursdays at 9 p.m.
Fans of The Vampire Diaries' Alaric take note for midseason, Matt Davis stars as a journalist looking for his missing brother in this meta-drama about fans who become obsessed with a hit TV show. But TVD fans don't know anything about obsession, right?
How was everyone's favorite columnist and shoe addict as a teenager? This Sex and the City prequel starring AnnaSophia Robb will explore her not-so-typical high school life in the '80s.
Airs Mondays at 9 p.m. starting in January.
Inspired by the true story of Sheriff Ralph Lamb, Dennis Quaid stars as a rancher and lawmaker tasked with bringing order to '60s Sin City. Michael Chiklis and Jason O'Mara—some of our small-screen favorites—round out the cast.
Airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m.
No, it's not a new reality show from the Garden State. Janet Montgomery stars as a lawyer who uses her working-class-background street smarts to impress her bosses at a fancy Manhattan law firm.
Airs Fridays at 9 p.m.
Ugly Betty's Michael Urie and Numb3rs' David Krumholtz are BFFs and business partners whose bromance is on the rocks when one of them becomes engaged. Ruh-roh.
Airs Mondays at 8:30 p.m.
Jonny Lee Miller stars as Sherlock Holmes in this modern-day reimagining of the Arthur Conan Doyle mysteries. But wait, isn't that already being done across the pond? Not with the detective setting up shop in the Big Apple after rehab, it isn't. Oh, one other thing: his trusty sidekick is a woman—not The Woman, but Lucy Liu playing Dr. Joan Watson.
Airs Thursdays at 10 p.m.
The mastermind behind The Shield, Shawn Ryan, takes to the water with this rogue submarine drama. Felicity's Scott Speedman, The O.C.'s Autumn Reeser and Dollhouse's Dichen Lachman are just a few of the high-profile cast to find safe haven on a tropical island.
Airs Thursdays at 8 p.m.
It's Jersey Shore, gated-community comedy style! But this time the guido neighbors are actually aliens. We admit, we had our suspicions about Snooki.
Airs Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m.
It's such a tough thing when someone's last option is to move to a beautiful beachside community. Country crooner Reba McEntire returns to TV with this comedy.
Borrowed from the BBC's White Van Man, Kyle Bornheimer stars in this comedy as a man who has to take over his father's handyman business.
It's Connie Britton, y'all! The Friday Night Lights actress hits our screens as a country singer who teams up with a rising star. Set in the Southern music capital, we're most excited about more "y'alls" from Tami Taylor.
Airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m.
From Twilight scribe Melissa Rosenberg, Radha Mitchell stars as a widow who must take over her murdered husband's job in a crime syndicate. It's tough work if you can get it.
Alyssa Milano is back on TV, but this time she's not doing witchy stuff with her witchy sisters. Touted as "salacious," this show focuses on a group of friends and their complicated relationships. Soapy drama, ahoy!
Thing about parents is you can't live with them, can't live without them. In this comedy's case, Sarah Chalke plays a single mother going through a divorce who moves back in with her quirky parents, played by Brad Garrett and Elizabeth Perkins.
Manhattan real estate can be evil. Dave Annable and Rachael Taylor move into a high-rise run by the best/worst co-op board ever: Terry O'Quinn, Vanessa Williams and quite possibly the devil.
Airs Sundays at 10 p.m.
ER's Anthony Edwards returns to TV as a skeptic magazine editor embroiled in a vast conspiracy. We demand want a conspiracy wall.
We just want this show right now. Sadly, we have to wait for the Kevin Williamson-penned serial-killer drama that will have Kevin Bacon face off against James Purefoy. Give us all the episodes now, Fox!
We hate when money comes with strings attached. Estranged siblings (Scott Foley, Becki Newton and Jake Lacy) must move in together to inherit $20 million. Piece of cake, right? Probably not in this comedy created by the producers of How I Met Your Mother.
Jordana Spiro stars as a savvy surgeon who has to repay a great debt to Chicago's South Side mob.
Airs Mondays at 9 p.m.
This much buzzed-about comedy from The Office star Mindy Kaling will focus on a successful OB/GYN (coincidentally named Mindy) who is much less successful in love.
Airs Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m.
This comedy starring Dakota Johnson and Nat Faxon pits odd-couple siblings—one responsible and the other, well, irresponsible—as they raise her daughter together.
Airs Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m.