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Watch Trailers For NBC's New Fall 2019-2020 TV Series

Preview new shows starring Jimmy Smits, Bradley Whitford and Kal Penn.
  • Bradley Whitford stars as an unlikely church choir director in NBC's new fall comedy, Perfect Harmony
    Bradley Whitford stars as an unlikely church choir director in NBC's new fall comedy, Perfect Harmony

    Finally the moment we've all been waiting for: our first peek at this fall's new shows. NBC's just-unveiled fall schedule is a mix of fresh faces and old favorites. Which shows will strike a chord with audiences and which won't make it through Christmas? Let the speculation begin!

    Watch the official trailers below:


    Bluff City Law
    Wednesdays at 9:00pm

    The lawyers of an elite Memphis law firm specialize in the most controversial landmark civil rights cases. Led by legendary lawyer Elijah Strait and his brilliant daughter, Sydney Keller, they take on the toughest David-and-Goliath cases while navigating their complicated relationship.

    Pilot Cast: Jimmy Smits, Caitlin McGee, Barry Sloane, Stony Blyden, Michael Luwoye, MaameYaa Boafa, Jayne Atkinson.

    Read our Pilot Script Review of Bluff City Law
     



    Sunnyside
    Wednesdays at 9:00pm

    Former New York City Councilman Garrett Shah finds his calling when faced with six recent immigrants in need of his help and in search of the American Dream.

    Pilot Cast: Kal Penn, Moses Storm, Diana Maria Riva, Samba Schutte, Poppy Liu, Tudor Petrut, Kiran Deol.
     



    Perfect Harmony
    Wednesdays at 10:00pm

    A rural church choir gets the director it never thought it needed when a salty, Ivy League music professor stumbles through their door.

    Pilot Cast: Bradley Whitford, Anna Camp, Will Greenberg, Tymberlee Hill, Rizwan Manji.
     

    For complete coverage of this week's upfronts, including more trailers as they're released, keep an eye on our pilots area

    Jean-Maxime Renault is a TV addict based in Paris who writes about television and movies on AlloCiné (aka "the French IMDB"). In 2015 he created Season Zero, a website about television development and pilot season, which is now a part of Primetimer. 

    TOPICS: NBC