From Amber Heard to Christina Applegate, check out the posters for some of NBC's upcoming fall fare.
Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn star as two quirky co-workers who are on the rebound – one from divorce, the other from the loss of a fiance.
A cop drama set in the world where the Brothers Grimm fairy tales are not just real. David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell, Sasha Roiz, Russell Hornsby, Bitsie Tulloch and Reggie Lee star.
Eddie Cibrian, Amber Heard, Laura Benanti, Naturi Naughton, Leah Renee and Jenna Dewan star in the drama set in the 1960s at the famed Chicago Playboy Club.
Amber Heard stars as a newbie Playboy Bunny in this 1960s-set drama revolving around the Bunnies and the men who love them – including Eddie Cibrian.
Up All Night
Will Arnett and Christina Applegate star as new – and unprepared – parents who must adapt to a lifestyle that they never anticipated. Maya Rudolph co-stars as Applegate’s demanding boss.
The singing competition series returns for its second season, hosted by Nick Lachey and featuring Ben Folds, Shawn Stockman and Sara Bareilles as judges.
Stand-up comic Whitney Cummings and Chris D’Elia star as a young couple navigating what it means to be in a committed relationship in today’s complicated world.
Maria Bello steps into the role made famous by Helen Mirren in this remake of the popular BBC crime series about a female detective out to make a name for herself in a precinct dominated by men.
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