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NBC has ordered 8 new shows for next season:
Bluff City Law - Jimmy Smits stars as a lawyer who welcomes his estranged daughter back to the business after her mother dies.
Perfect Harmony - Bradley Whitford and Anna Camp in a comedy about a small town church choir.
Sunnyside - Kal Penn is a former NYC Councilman whose career ended with a public intoxication caught on video. Now he's working to help people become American citizens.
These will premiere midseason:
Council of Dads - Tom Everett Scott is a man who has a health scare which leads to him calling on various friends to be his back-up dad in case he dies.
Lincoln - Based on "The Bone Collector". Russell Hornsby is a former NYPD detective tracking down a serial killer with a young partner (Arielle Kebbel).
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist - Jane Levy stars as a San Francisco computer coder who suddenly starts to hear the thoughts of the people around her.
Indebted - Adam Pally and Abby Elliott are parents whose children have finally left the nest, but now his broke parents (Steven Weber & Fran Drescher) suddenly show up.
The Kenan Show - Kenan Thompson is a man dealing with two daughters, a job and his father-in-law. Chris Rock in an executive producer.
Lincoln Rhyme, from the Jeffery Deaver novels. Only 3 new fall pilots.
We liked The Village. I told my daughter it was her fault because she wouldn't do the Nielsen ratings thing. They really wanted her demographic (24 yrs). She thought it was creepy and wouldn't do it.
It is creepy, but one review can’t save a show. They need thousands.