This past week has been a massive one for NBC. With multiple nine new series picked up, and the renewal toll now at seven series as well, things are looking up for the network that has fallen on incredibly tough times this past year. Now, to get you excited for this Monday’s upfront, which will feature plenty of trailers for their upcoming slate of shows, they’ve released brand new images from seven of their upcoming series that came nearly hand-in-hand with each pick up.
Via Hitfix, NBC has released new images for their new fall series (19 of which we have yet to post) 1600 Penn, Chicago Fire, Do No Harm, Guys With Kids, Infamous, The New Normal, Revolution, and Save Me.
For more information about NBC’s latest pick ups make sure to check out the detailed descriptions of each series at these following links. We’ll be sure to have the first trailers for each new show as NBC releases them after their upfronts on Monday.
Guys with Kids is an all-new comedy pick up, however, with quite the extraordinary cast. Anthony Anderson (Law & Order) is back in a comedic role, while Zach Cregger (Whitest Kids U Know), Jesse Bradford (Swimfan, Clockstoppers), Jamie Lynn Sigler (The Sopranos), Sara Rue (Less than Perfect), and Tempestt Bledsoe (The Cosby Show) all join him in a massive return to television for each cast member. The premise is a simple one as it sees three thirty-something males dealing with having children, despite their still incredibly immature attitudes.
The new photos for J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke’s Revolution, on the other hand, gives us our first extensive look at the world where there is no energy left. With a thriller premise that very much looks like a post-apocalyptic series with grand characters, it may just be the next sci-fi hit that sounds like it could very much take a page out of LOST‘s playbook.
Meanwhile, we get our first cast photo from Infamous, Steven Pasquale trying to contain his alter ego in the Jekyll and Mr. Hyde-like drama Do No Harm, and much more in the photos below, which you can click to get a much larger look: