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96 New TV shows in 2014-2015: Watch all the shows!

Pretty much all the pilots for the 2014-2015 television season have been announced. Are they all winners? Probably not. But, we’re rooting for a few.

Need a breakdown of every new television show coming to every channel? Look no further, ladies. Not only have we compiled a cheat sheet of what’s to come, but we’ve also highlighted our favorite options that are sure to keep your attention. Why? Because we love you.

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ABC: Comedies

Our pick: Selfie
Eliza Dooley is a 20-something chick (Karen Gillan, Doctor Who) who learns a life lesson when her social media habits wreak havoc on her life: Having hundreds of thousands of followers is not the same thing as having actual friends. Loosely based on My Fair Lady.
Starring: Karen Gillan, Natasha Henstridge, John Cho, Tim Peper, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Allyn Rachel.
Ordered to series.

The rest of the lineup:

An American Education
A British teacher moves to San Diego and discovers a whole new world of education.
Starring: Jack Whitehall, Brittany Snow, Rosie Perez, Devin Ratray, Phil Morris, Dalpre Grayer.
Not ordered to series.

Bambi Cottages
An overworked dad moves his family to New Hampshire to manage beach condos. Complications ensue.
Starring: Paul F. Tompkins, Molly Shannon.
Not ordered to series.

An affluent African-American father tries to instill cultural understanding/appreciation in his children while continually butting heads with family.
Starring: Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Yara Shahidi.
Ordered to series.

Comedian Cristela Alonzo plays a Latina law student who straddles two cultures and finds herself estranged from both.
Starring: Cristela Alonzo, Terri Hoyos, Roxana Ortega, Carlos Ponce, Andrew Leeds.
Ordered to series.

Damaged Goods
Boyfriend or amazing promotion: Which will Nicole take? We’re guessing promotion.
Starring: Anna Camp, Ben Lawson, Steve Talley, Justin Hartley, Kyle Jones, Kellee Stewart.
Not ordered to series.

Fresh Off the Boat
A Taiwanese family struggles to adjust and fit into their community in ’90s Orlando.
Starring: Hudson Yang, Randall Park, Constance Wu.
Ordered to series.

Fairy tale/musical starring a handsome prince plotting against the king who stole his love.
Starring: Joshua Sasse, Vinnie Jones, Luke Youngblood.
Ordered to series.

An eccentric and self-absorbed couple endeavors to do ordinary things and usually fails at it.
Starring: David Schwimmer, Jessica Knappett, Iris Bahr.
Not ordered to series.

Keep It Together
Divorced parents try to remain friends in order to give their kids a semi-normal life. From Kevin Hart.
Starring: Romany Malco, Amber Stevens, Bresha Webb.
Not ordered to series.

Manhattan Love Story
Follows the lives of young couples, narrated by their own inner-monologues. Can we just bring back Rules of Engagement already?
Starring: Jake McDorman, Kurt Fuller, Analeigh Tipton, Nicholas Wright, Chloe Wepper.
Ordered to series.

Saint Francis
At nearly 30, a young woman upsets her Boston-based family by getting pregnant when she’s not married.
Starring: Michael Imperioli, Spencer Grammer, Jeremy Luke, Paget Brewster, Henry Simmons.
Not ordered to series.

Strange Calls
A Boston cop and a Nantucket Island lighthouse operator — an expert on the paranormal — team up to investigate the island’s unexplained phenomena. How is this a comedy?
Not ordered to series.

The Winklers
Loving in-laws welcome their construction-worker, less-than-emotional son-in-law into their home. So, Henry Winkler was in need of a new job?
Starring: Henry Winkler, Judith Light, Eva Amurri Martino, Josh Sussman, Domenick Lombardozzi.
Not ordered to series.

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