NBC's fall TV schedule is still taking shape, as the network has ordered a number of pilots that could end up being ordered to series.
Among the lot being considered currently are a spin-off of a major action film franchise and comedy from iconic TV writer/producer Norman Lear.
L.A.’s Finest: A spin-off of the Bad Boys film franchise that will feature two LAPD detectives learning to work together.
Stars: Gabrielle Union (pictured above), Jessica Alba, Ernie Hudson, Zach Gilford, Duane Martin, Orli Gottesman, and Ryan McPartlin.
Manifest: A plane goes missing over the sea and then reappears years later, only, for the passengers on board, no time has passed at all. Stars: Josh Dallas, J.R. Ramirez, Athena Karkanis, Paveen Kaur, Melissa Roxburgh, Luna Blaise, and Jack Messina.
New Amsterdam: A medical drama based on the book Twelve Patients: Life & Death at Bellevue Hospital, a memoir by Dr. Eric Manheimer.
Stars: Ryan Eggold, Freeman Agyeman, Anupam Kher, Tyler Labine, Janet Montgomery, and Jocko Sims.
No Way Back: "A Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves."
Stars: Paula Newsome, Derek Luke, Jeri Ryan, Raúl Esparza, Sadie Calvano, Sofia Bryant, and Kearran Giovanni.
The Between: A woman uses her clairvoyant abilities to help solve strange cases and speak to the dead.
Stars: Yusef Gatewood, Anne-Marie Johnson, Cindy Luna, Harriet Dyer, and Chad James Buchanan.
The Enemy Within: Former CIA agent Erica Wolfe is the most hated woman in the U.S. and a traitor to the country, but the FBI still needs her help.
Stars: Jennifer Carpenter (pictured above with the cast of Dexter), Raza Jaffrey, Morris Chestnut, and Kelli Garner.
The Village: Follows the lives of residents in a Manhattan apartment building who discover how intertwined their lives really are.
Stars: Moran Atias, Michaela McManus, Jerod Haynes, Frankie Faison, Daren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, Warren Christie, Lorraine Toussaint, and Dominic Chianese.
Note: The Village is created by Mike Daniels who previously worked on other NBC series such as Shades of Blue, Taken, and The Brave.
Abby’s: The comedy centers around a bar named "Abby's" that is unlicensed, and therefore offer patrons more freedom than other bars.
Stars: Natalie Morales, Neil Flynn, Nelson Franklin, Jessica Chaffin, Leonard Ouzts, and Kimia Behpoornia.
Bright Futures: A more traditional style sitcom that focuses on a groups of 20-somethings struggling to evolve into fully-functioning adults.
Stars: Emily Ratajkowski (pictured above), Clum Worthy, Shameik Moore, Jimmy Tatro, and Lilly Singh.
Like Family: Two foster siblings find that maintaining their bond as adults is harder than they could have predicted.
Stars: Brandon Mychal Smith, Rebecca Mader, Kether Donohue, and Blake Anderson.
So Close: Two people are about to settle in their love lives, and have no idea that they may be one another's soulmates.
Stars: Sasheer Zamata, Sean Kleier, Punam Patel, Sabrina Carpenter, Dan Bucatinsky, and Julie Klausner.
Friends-in-Law: Two guys who could not be more opposite are forced to learn how to live with one another after each of their respective best friends get married.
Stars: Devere Rogers, John Gemberling, Nicole Parker, and James Davis.
Guess Who Died: Created by Norman Lear and Peter Tolan, this comedy will explore life as inspired by the life of Lear.
Stars: Hector Elizondo, Holland Taylor, Christopher Lloyd (pictured above), Beth Lacke, Stacey Yen, and Adrian Martinez.
I Feel Bad: Inspired by Orli Auslande's book I Feel Bad: All Day. Every Day. About Everything., this comedy highlights one woman hilariously unleashing her point-of-view on the world.
Stars: Sarayu Blue, Paul Adelstein, Aisling Bea, Zach Cherry, James Buckley, and Johnny Pemberton.
Note: I Feel Bad is executive produced by former Saturday Night Live cast member and Parks & Rec. star Amy Poehler.