Check Out New Fall Season's TV Lineup

ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and even HBO all have a fresh slate of television programming for your viewing pleasure, with much of it debuting this week. Let's take a look...

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THE EVENT -- Pilot -- Pictured: (l-r) Blair Underwood as President Elias Martinez, Lisa Vidal as Christina Martinez, Sayeed Shahidi as David Martinez -- Photo by: Justin Lubin/NBC
"The Event," debuted Sept. 20 on NBC
Jason Ritter stars as a man who starts out looking into the disappearance of his girlfriend only to stumble upon a massive cover-up by the federal government. Looks to be a cross between 24 and Lost Co-stars Blair Underwood and Željko Ivanek.
"Boardwalk Empire," debuted Sept. 19 on HBO
Steve Buscemi stars as Nucky Thompson, the notorious gangster who made Atlantic City what it is today. Created by "Sopranos" writer Terrence Winter and executive produced by Martin Scorsese, who directed the first episode.
"Hawaii Five-O," debuted Sept. 20 on HBO
Steve McGarret is back -- this time played by Alex O'Loughlin as the homicide detective tasked with keeping the 50th (get it? five-O) state safe. Co-stars Daniel Dae Kim, Scott Caan, Grace Park and Jean Smart.
"Lone Star," debuted Sept. 20 on FOX
James Wolk plays a Texas oil man living in a double life, with a wife in Houston where he works for his father-in-law, and a girlfriend 400 miles. Co-stars David Keith and Jon Voight.
"Running Wilde," debuted Sept. 21 on FOX
Will Arnett is a wealthy playboy who dedicates himself to winning the hand of his childhood crush, an uptight lefty humanitarian played by Keri Russell.
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"Raising Hope," debuted Sept. 21 on FOX
A sitcom about a 23-year-old guy, played by newcomer Lucas Neff, who gets a girl pregnant during a one-night stand and then must raise the baby when the mother is sent to prison. Co-stars Garrett Dillahunt and Martha Plimpton.
"The Whole Truth," debuted Sept. 22 on ABC
TV Veterans Maura Tierney and Rob Morrow are back, this time as opposing attorneys who do battle in the courts. From producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
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"Undercovers," debuted Sept. 22 on NBC
From creator/producer JJ Abrams comes the show starring Boris Kodjoe and Gugu Mbatha-Raw as a couple of former spies who get dragged out of retirement. Co-stars Gerald McRaney.
"Mike and Molly," debuted on Sept. 20 on CBS
A sitcom about a Chicago cop, played by Billy Gardell, and a fourth-grade teacher, Melissa McCarthy, who meet at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting. Co-stars Katie Mixon and Swoosie Kurtz.
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"Mr. Sunshine," a mid-season replacement on ABC
Matthew Perry stars in a sitcom he also created about the manager of a San Diego sports arena going through a midlife crisis. Co-stars Allison Janney and Andrea Anders.
"$#*! My Dad Says," debuts Sept. 23 on CBS
The great William Shatner returns as the star of the first sitcom ever based on a twitter feed, about an irascible, politically-incorrect father of two adult sons. Co-stars Will Sasso and Nicole Sullivan.
"Outsourced," debuts Sept. 23 on NBC
Heretofore unknown actor Ben Rappaport stars in the sitcom adaptation of a film of the same name about an American in Mumbai running a call center staffed primarily by Indians.
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"Blue Bloods," debuts Sept. 24 on CBS
Tom Selleck returns to primetime as the patriarch of a family of New York City crime fighters. Co-stars Bridget Moynihan and Donnie Wahlberg.
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"Bob's Burgers," a mid-season replacement on FOX
The story of a humble man trying to keep his burger joint together with the help of his family. Features the voices of H. Jon Benjamin (Archer), Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman (Flight of the Conchords and John Roberts (no, not the Supreme Court Chief Justice).
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"No Ordinary Family," debuts Sept. 28 on ABC
Michael Chiklis stars as a man whose family survives a plane crash into the Amazon River. When the fam gets back home they each realize they now have a unique superpower. Co-stars Julie Benz, Tate Donovan and Romany Malco.
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"Chase," debuted Sept. 20 on NBC
Kelli Giddish stars as Annie Frost, a deputy U.S. marshal on a team that tracks down some of the most dangerous fugitives in South Texas. Co-stars Jesse Metcalfe.
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"Law and Order: Los Angeles," debuts Sept. 29 on NBC
Terrence Howard, Alfred Molina and Skeet Ulrich bring one of most successful franchises in television history to the City of Angels.
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