ABC gives a glimpse of its two new midseason shows, "Life on Mars," a time-traveling cop drama, and "Opportunity Knocks," a traveling game show from producer Ashton Kutcher. The network also provides viewers a taste of the new material slated to air midseason, with clips for its NBC transplant "Scrubs" and Mike Judge's animated "Goode Family."
CBS provides the longest look with previews from "The Eleventh Hour," a Jerry Bruckheimer-produced drama about a forensic investigator; "The Ex-List," a dramedy about a woman trying to find a husband from among her exes; "Harper's Island," a murder-mystery serial whodunnit; "Project Gary," a comedy about a pair of dueling ex-spouses and parents; "The Mentalist," a drama about a celebrity psychic-turned-detective; and "The Worst Week," a comedy about the romantic travails of a nice guy with terrible luck.
The CW, out to prove its mettle as a female-centric destination, previews "Surviving the Filthy Rich," a comedy about a spoiled set of twins and their tutor, and "Stylista," a reality show that gives contestants the chance to assist Anne Slowey of Elle.
Fox offers "Sit Down, Shut Up," the new animated program from "Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz; "The Cleveland Show," a "Family Guy" spinoff from show-helmer Seth MacFarlane; "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon's thriller "Dollhouse"; and "Secret Millionaire," a feel-good reality show that surprises community activists with cash rewards.