NBC announced its 2012-13 schedule today, which includes five brand-new dramas: Revolution, Infamous, Do No Harm, Chicago Fire, and Hannibal. Take a look at what’s in store.
The world’s lights go out and civilization starts to collapse in this J.J. Abrams-produced drama. Giancarlo Esposito has regained the rest of his face and plays a member of a nefarious militia.
Jesse “Dr. Chase from House” Spencer returns to the small screen in this Dick Wolf-produced* drama about, what else, the Chicago Fire Department.
Do No Harm
A take on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Steven Pasquale plays a brilliant neuroscientist whose dangerous alter-ego is no longer sedated by medication.
A female detective goes undercover to infiltrate the wealthy family she grew up with, suspected of financial (and not-so-financial) crimes.
No clips for this one, though we’re sure Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller will leave his mark on the world’s most dangerous serial killer.
* This post originally misspelled Dick Wolf’s name, and credited him as director, not producer.