Better Together - ABC describes this sitcom as being about three couples with very different relationships all linked together by the women in them.
Body of Proof - Dana Delaney stars in this new procedural drama as a former neurosurgeon who becomes a medical examiner.
Detroit 1-8-7 - I know that cop shows are nothing new, but the cast for this one, set in Detroit's Homicide Unit, looks great, with Michael Imperioli and James McDaniel starring.
Happy Endings - This mid-season comedy stars Elisha Cuthbert and tells the story of a couple's break up leading to their mutual friends having to choose sides.
Mr. Sunshine - Matthew Perry returns to TV in this mid-season replacement sitcom about a manager of a San Diego sports arena going through a mid-life crisis.
My Generation - Filmed as a pseudo-documentary, this new drama looks at high school classmates ten years after their graduation.
No Ordinary Family - Michael Chicklis and Julie Benz star as a family who suddenly obtain superpowers. Could this be a big hit, or a derivative Heroes wannabe?
Off the Map - Here's another possible mid-season replacement -- young doctors work at a medical clinic in a South American jungle.
Secret Millionaire - This reality show originally aired on FOX, but now ABC picks it up as a new show on its lineup. It's about rich people going undercover for a week in poor communities.
The Whole Truth - Rob Morrow stars in this new legal drama.
We shall see if any of these new shows builds a following as loyal and intense as that of Lost.