Check Out the Trailers for the New Network Comedies Coming This Fall (So Far)


This pilot season revealed several promising new comedies in the works, and a lucky few are now set to make their way to the “Big 4” networks. The IBang currently has a running list of which shows were picked up, which were renewed, and which ones got the axe. Here, we’ve rounded up all of the available trailers for each of the new comedies coming to TV so that you can get a taste of what each show will have to offer. Check them out below!

New ABC Shows:

The Mayor, which follows aspiring rapper Courtney Rose (Brandon Micheal Hall), who decides to run for mayor as a publicity stunt to jump-start his music career — and then accidentally wins.

Splitting Up Together, which tells the story of married couple Martin (Oliver Hudson) and Lena (Jenna Fischer), who after twelve years of marriage, decide to split up . . . while still living on the same property.

New Fox Shows:

Ghosted, the story of an unlikely duo (Craig Robinson and Adam Scott), one a skeptic and one a believer, who are recruited by the Bureau Underground to investigate paranormal activity around Los Angeles and potentially save the world.

L.A. to Vegas, which depicts an airline pilot (Dylan McDermott) and a bunch of misfit fortune seekers on a flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.

The Orville, a Star Trek parody starring as the captain of a mid-level exploratory vessel staffed by a mix of humans and aliens.

New NBC Shows:

The Will & Grace limited revival, which will reunite Megan Mullally, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing and Sean Hayes in a 12 episode run of the cult classic show, which ended back in 2006.

New CBS Shows

Young Sheldon introduces Ian Armitage as the 9 year old version of The Big Bang Theory‘s Sheldon Cooper. The show focuses on the genius’ early life growing up in East Texas with his religious mother, football loving father, twin sister and less than a genius brother.

9JKL is created by and stars Mark Feuerstein. It’s the story of a former TV star who moves back into his family’s New York apartment building where his parents and brother with his wife and new baby all have apartments on the same floor. He tries to set boundaries, but his family is always there for him whether he likes it or not.

Me, Myself and I is a new CBS single-camera comedy told in the past, present and future. It focuses on one man’s life and takes place when he’s 14, 40 and 65 years old. SNL‘s Bobby Moynihan stars as the 40 year old Alex Riley, while multiple Emmy Award winner John Larroquette plays the older version of Alex.

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Bill Tressler

Bill is a writer and comedy enthusiast from New York. An avid gamer and podcast fan, he strives to always toe the line between charming irreverence and grating honesty.