ABC’s Pilot slate ranges from 80’s revivals to historical epics
The Real O’Neals is a show about the perfect American family who is revealed to be anything but perfect when their youngest son comes out of the closet enabling the family to embrace their own imperfections.
Community star Ken Jeong stars in Dr. Ken a disappointingly generic sitcom about a Asian American doctor trying to balance his professional and family lives.
The Catch is a new thriller by Grey’s Anatomy producer Shonda Rhimes about a fraud inspector who get’s unexpectedly conned by her fiance setting her on a course to get even.
Uncle Buck based off of the 1980’s John Candy comedy stars Mike Epps as an irresponsible manchild put in charge of his brother’s children with “hilarious” results. Life lessons are learned along the way.
The Muppets return to primetime with a new comedy similar in style to The Office. This version of The Muppets will focus on the characters personal lives as well as their on screen antics.
Quantico is about a young woman who enrolls in a very competitive FBI training program but when a devastating terrorist attack occurs she’s accused of committing it when it’s clear one of her fellow trainees is actually the one responsible.
Wicked City is a drama about a serial killer and the manhunt for him told primarily through the killer’s POV.
Of Kings and Prophets is a biblical epic based on the story of David.
Oil is a drama about an oil rich town and a pair of newcomers coming in in hopes of striking it rich and coming to odds with the richest oil baron in town.
In The Family the long missing and presumed dead son of an ambitious political family returns home but he may not be who he seems.