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ABC New Series Previews: No Ordinary Family, The Whole Truth, My Generation, Off the Map, Detroit 1-8-7, Body of Proof, Mr. Sunshine and More

ABC unveiled its fall schedule and new programming offerings to advertisers today in New York, continuing the second official day of network upfronts week.

(You can read more about ABC's schedule and and read episode descriptions here.)

Not in New York? You can check out the show previews for ABC's newest series, including No Ordinary Family, The Whole Truth, My Generation, Off the Map, Detroit 1-8-7, Body of Proof, Mr. Sunshine, Happy Endings, and Better Together, below.

NO ORDINARY FAMILY



THE WHOLE TRUTH



MY GENERATION



OFF THE MAP



DETROIT 1-8-7



BODY OF PROOF



MR. SUNSHINE



BETTER TOGETHER



HAPPY ENDINGS



SECRET MILLIONAIRE



Which of these series look best to you? Which are you planning on checking out? And which will not even warrant a quick glance? Head to the comments section to discuss.

Comments

The CineManiac said…
So Chiklis is playing the Thing, without the Rock Body, in a Family version of The Fantastic Four?
The CineManiac said…
I honestly had no desire to see Off the Map, but the preview has me intrigued, Body of Proof looks interesting too.
But how long until every single series on TV is either a medical drama, a crime drama, or a medical-crime drama?

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