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Trailers for all the new ABC shows, including Selfie, Secrets and Lies, Galavant and Forever

Posted on May 14, 2014 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Upfronts week continues in the US, with ABC following on from first NBC and then Fox in showing us what it’ll be made of from Fall 2014 onwards. And it’s going to be quite a diverse crop, in all senses, by the looks of it, assuming anything survives very long.

So after the jump, feast your eyes on Karen Gillan and John Cho as a modern-day Eliza Doolittle and Professor Higgins respectively in Selfie, Ioan Gruffudd as an immortal in Forever, Ryan Phillippe trying to be an ‘everyman’ in a remake of Australia’s Secrets and Lies, musical fairytale comedy Galavant and a whole lot more.

American Crime – Drama
Produced by ABC Studios. From writer/director/executive producer John Ridley and executive producer Michael J McDonald.

Forever – Drama
Produced by Warner Bros Television. From writer/executive producer Matt Miller, executive producers Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz, and director Brad Anderson.

How To Get Away With Murder – Drama
Produced by ABC Studios. From writer/executive producer Peter Nowalk, executive producer Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers, and director Michael Offer.

Secrets And Lies – Drama
Produced by ABC Studios and executive producers Kapital Entertainment with Hoodlum Entertainment. From writer/executive producer Barbie Kligman, director Charles McDougall and executive producers Aaron Kaplan, Tracey Robertson and Nathan Mayfield.

The Whispers – Drama
Produced by ABC Studios with Amblin TV co-producing. From writer/co-executive producer Soo Hugh, director Mark Romanek and executive producers Steven Spielberg, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and Dawn Olmstead.

Black-ish – Comedy
Produced by ABC Studios. From writer/executive producer Kenya Barris, director/executive producer James Griffiths and executive producers Larry Wilmore, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland, Tom Russo, Brian Dobbins, Peter Principato and Paul Young.

Cristela – Comedy
Produced by 20th Century Fox TV. From writer Cristela Alonzo, writer/executive producer Kevin Hench and executive producers Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements and Shawn Levy.

Fresh Off The Boat – Comedy
Produced by 20th Century Fox TV. From writer/executive producer Nahnatchka Khan, executive producers Jake Kasdan and Melvin Mar and producer Eddie Huang.

Galavant – Comedy
Produced by Abbey C Studios Ltd. for ABC Studios. From writer/executive producer Dan Fogelman, director/executive producer Chris Koch and executive producers Alan Menken and Glenn Slater.

Manhattan Love Story – Comedy
Produced by ABC Studios. From writer/executive producer Jeff Lowell, director Michael Fresco and executive producers Peter Traugott, Robin Schwartz, Rachel Kaplan and Jon Liebman.

Selfie – Comedy
Produced by Piece of Pie Productions in association with Warner Bros TV. From writer/executive producer Emily Kapnek and director/executive producer Julie Anne Robinson.

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