As part of CBS’ upfront presentation earlier today, the network released its official first look trailers the new dramas and comedies joining its 2014-15 fall line-up.
Of its new nine new series, only six have had official trailers released including Extant, Madam Secretary, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion, Stalker, and The McCarthys. Still to come are midseason series Battle Creek, CSI: Cyber and The Odd Couple.
Take a look at the six first look trailers below:
Extant - Summer Drama
Produced By: CBS Television
From: Executive producers Justin Falvey, Mickey Fisher, Darryl Frank, Adam Rodin, Steven Spielberg, Greg Walker & Brooklyn Weaver.
Starring: Halle Berry (photographed above), Gordan Visnjic, Pierce Gagnon and Camryn Manheim.
Madam Secrtary - Fall Drama
Produced By: CBS Television in association with Revelations Entertainment.
From: Writer/executive producer Barbara Hall, director/executive producer David Semel, and executive producers Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary.
Starring: Tea Leoni, Tim Daily, Mozhan Marno, and Erich Bergen.
NCIS: New Orleans - Fall Drama
Produced By: CBS Television Studios.
From: Writer/executive producer Gary Glasberg, and executive producers Mark Harmon and Jeffery Lieber.
Starring: Scott Bakula, Lucas Black, and Zoe McLellan.
Scorpian - Fall Drama
Produced By: CBS Television.
From: Writer/executive producer Nick Santora, director/executive producer Justin Lin, and executive producers Scooter Braun, Heather Kadin, Alex Kurtzman, Walter O’Brien, Roberto Orci, and Nicholas Wooton.
Starring: Kelley Jakie, Elyes Gabel, and Emily Robinson.
Stalker - Fall Drama
Produced By: Warner Bros. TV.
From: Writer/executive producer Kevin Williamson.
Starring: Maggie Q, Dylan McDermott, Daren Kagasoff, and Victor Rasuk.
The McCarthys - Fall Comedy
Produced By: Sony Pictures TV in association with CBS Television Studios.
From: Writer/executive producer Brian Gallivan, director/executive producer Andy Ackerman, and executive producers Will Gluck and Mike Sikowitz.
Starring: Jimmy Dunn, Jack McGee, Joey McIntyre, Tim Beresford, and Keegan Boos.
Which new CBS series will you be adding to your watch list this fall? Let me know in the comments below.