It's only May, but we're already reserving couch time for all the new TV shows debuting next season. We've examined each network's primetime schedule, we've watched every trailer, and we've come away with a dozen promising new series that we'll give at least a one-episode tryout. Take a look at our very early favorites.
"The Michael J. Fox Show" (NBC, Thursdays at 9:30 PM)
Who doesn't like Michael J. Fox? (Okay, if you raised your hand, we don't want to know you.) We're all rooting for the former Alex P. Keaton to make a triumphant return to primetime with his self-titled sitcom, where he plays a newsman returning to work after battling Parkinson's. And the trailer looks pretty good, with lots of familiar faces ("Breaking Bad's" Marie! Bunk from "The Wire"! Katie Finneran!) and a surprising willingness to wring laughs out of Fox's real-life affliction. Aside from maybe "S.H.I.E.L.D.," this is the surest-fire hit of the bunch.Read More »from The 12 New Shows We'll Be Watching Next Season