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NBC Show Previews: The Event, Chase, Undercovers, Outsourced, Love Bites, Outlaw, The Cape, Harry's Law and More

NBC unveiled its fall schedule and new programming offerings to advertisers today in New York, kicking off the official start to network upfronts week.

(You can read more about NBC's schedule and take a look at clips and read episode descriptions here.)

Not in New York? You can check out the show previews for NBC's newest series, including The Event, Chase, Undercovers, Outsourced, Love Bites, School Pride, and Outlaw, as well as midseason offerings The Cape, Friends with Benefits, Harry's Law, Perfect Couples, and The Paul Reiser Show below.

THE EVENT



CHASE



UNDERCOVERS



OUTSOURCED



LOVE BITES



SCHOOL PRIDE



OUTLAW



THE CAPE



FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS



HARRY'S LAW



THE PAUL REISER SHOW



PERFECT COUPLES



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

lafdoc said…
will watch harrys law only because of kathy bates otherwise ho hum except of course for outsourcing only nbc would come up with this concept as a comedy in a time of massive joblessness in america wat to be in touch with reality nbc. oh yeah this is the network that gave us instant ambien at 10 pm five nights a week last year
Lindsay said…
I was excited by NBC schedule to start but after seeing the previews, I'm much less so. Some of the shows look like they could have some potential but I'm far from sold yet. The comedies don't look funny at all. The only show I'm sort of looking forward to is The Event, although that, too, seems like it could turn out either very good or very, very bad.
Unknown said…
I will for sure watch Undercovers. Boris Kojoe and JJ Abrams is a win win. Love Bites also looks like it might be cute. All and all though I'm kinda underwhelmed by the selections that NBC has to offer. Even more so considering they did'nt pick up Rex is not my lawyer and they canceled Heroes and Law and order.
Beans said…
I am also looking forward to The Event

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