Some Big Names You Might See On TV Next Fall

Carol Burnett is a big get for ABC, and I can’t see them passing on her new sitcom Household Name, which is being produced by Amy Poehler. The pilot would have to be really bad.
Zach Braff could be coming back to TV in a show he’s producing for ABC called Start Up.
Speaking of Scrubs alums, Donald Faison also has a show up, this one on NBC, with Miranda Cosgrove also attached.
Reba McIntyre is starring in a drama from Desperate Housewives’ Marc Cherry, which also features TV favorites like Jack Coleman, Emily Rose, Ryan McPartlin, and Amanda Detmer.
Felicity Huffman might return to TV even if American Crime doesn’t. She has an ABC sitcom pilot with Courtney B Vance and Gary Cole also attached.
Lea Michele has an untitled project at ABC featuring Community favorite Yvette Nicole Brown.
John Leguizamo toplines Salamander with Larenz Tate supporting.
Toni Collette leads Unit Zero with Rob Heubel and Jamey Sheridan.
Oliver Hudson and Jenna Fischer are toplining Splitting Up Together, which is being produced by Ellen Degeneres for ABC.
Jason Ritter has landed another show, The Gospel Of Kevin, which features Cristela Alonso, Joanna Garcia Swisher, and J August Richards.
Kristen Chenoweth has a CBS drama, with Brian Stokes Mitchell and Noah Wyle attached.
Lauren Graham has moved on from Gilmore Girls to Linda From HR, which also features Happy Endings’ Zachary Knighton.
Me Myself and I has an impressive sitcom cast, including Bobby Moynihan, John Larroquette, Sharon Lawrence, and Jaleel White. Yes. Jaleel White.
David Boreanaz has moved on quickly from Bones, and brought a Person Of Interest (Jim Caveziel) and a Bates Motel alum (Max Thieriot) along to an untitled Seal Team 6 drama for CBS.
Gerald McRaney and Jon Cryer are set for Losing It, which also features Natalie Morales and Sam Huntington.
Freddie Highmore has already found a post-Bates Motel gig, The Good Doctor, which also features Hill Harper and Richard Schiff.
The Doomsday Project has an impressive cast including Taye Diggs, Justin Chatwin, Jack Davenport, Dan Byrd, and Rachelle Lefevre.
Jeremy Piven and Monica Potter lead Wisdom Of The Crowd for CBS.
Mindy Kaling is moving on quickly from The Mindy Project with a new sitcom at NBC.
Amy Brenneman might be back with Brad Garrett at CBS in The Get.
Shonda Rhimes has a new project, which boasts Hope Davis in the ensemble, among others.
Nia Long leads an impressive ensemble in Schooled, which includes Bryan Callen, Tim Meadows, and Wendi McLendon-Covey over at ABC.
Elliot Gould, David Walton, and Mark Feuerstein lead 9J 9K 9L for CBS, which I’m assuming will have a title change.
Laverne Cox is shaking off Doubt and going with The Trustee, featuring Walking Dead favorite Michael Cudlitz and Fringe’s Lance Gross.
Revenge’s Emily Van Camp is back in The Resident at FOX with Bruce Greenwood and The Good Wife’s Matt Czhchry supporting.
Adam Scott and Craig Robinson lead Ghosted for FOX.
Steve Zahn is part of The Crossing at ABC.
Andy Richter is trying another FOX sitcom, this time with Eva Longoria and Kyle Bornheimer on board.
Rob Riggle once again has a sitcom in development. Maybe this one will finally get a series order?
Casey Wilson, Bradley Whitford, and Busy Phillips lead a new sitcom at NBC.
The Black-ish spinoff, Liberal Arts, has managed to attract comedy regulars Chris Parnell and Matt Walsh should ABC decide they want to double down on Black-ish.
Annie Potts and Chazz Palmenteri lead DiStefano, a comedy, for CBS.
Controversy has a great cast, featuring Anthony Edwards, Archie Panjabi, and Christine Lahti.
David Giuntoli has moved on quickly from Grimm to Mission Control with Peyton List, Poppy Montgomery, and Ricardo Chavira.
Stephen Moyer, Amy Acker, and Jamie Chung topline the new FOX/Marvel series based on The Runaways.
Anne Heche and Mike Vogel lead For God and Country at NBC.
Rev. Run (from Run DMC) has a sitcom in development with ABC.
Dylan McDermott heads LA>Vegas for FOX.
Matthew Lillard and Mae Whitman lead Good Girls, along with Parks and Rec favorite Retta, at NBC. It’s a drama.
Leah Remini might be returning to TV in a new sitcom for NBC.
John Corbett and Matthew Davis lead Las Reinas, along with Daniella Alonso, Eric Winter, and Sonia Braga.
Alan Cumming and Naveen Andrews head Killer Instinct for CBS.
Lucy Hale has a CW show coming up, with Dylan Walsh and Carlos PenaVega attached.
Rachel Griffiths is trying to find Shelter at NBC.
Marg Helgenberger has a FOX drama, Behind Enemy Lines (adapted from the movie) with Colm Feore and Nestor Carbonell supporting.
Patton Oswalt has an NBC sitcom.
Jane Lynch also has an NBC sitcom.
Alyssa Milno toplines Insatiable for The CW, with Christopher Gorham and Dallas Roberts attached.
Jason Biggs is currently toplining Charlie Foxtrot for ABC which also features Swoosie Curtz and Ana Ortiz.
Tyler Labine and Alice Eve have a CBS sitcom. Not sure about Alice Eve in a sitcom, but…
Speaking of Reaper cast mates, Bret Harrison has a sitcom at CBS with Kristen Johnson and Ryan Hansen.
Moana’s Auli’i Cravalho might debut in Drama High opposite Rosie Perez and Josh Radnor.
Dennis Haysbert is part of the ensemble of Reverie at NBC.
Derek Hough and Paula Abdul (no shit) have a sitcom at NBC.
John C McGinley might be on CBS in Brothered Up.
Michael Urie has a FOX sitcom loaded.
Marc Blucas leads Searchers for The CW.
Shemar Moore is leading the SWAT reboot for CBS.
Vinnie Jones and Amaury Nolasco are part of Deception at ABC.

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