The New Fall 2019 TV Show Trailers Have Everything From Superheroes To A 'Riverdale' Spinoff

Summer isn't even officially here yet and we're already talking about fall. Specifically, the new fall 2019 TV shows that will air on networks like Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS, and The CW in just a few months. Yes, it's that magical time of year, upfront season! A time in which the networks preview their upcoming schedule of new and returning TV shows that they hope you'll be watching.

This year's slate of brand new shows already seems to have it all: comedy, drama, and a little bit of horror. The ever-growing list of new shows includes Outmatched, a family sitcom about kids with high IQs and the parents who don't feel smart enough to raise them. Not Just Me, a heartfelt drama about a fertility doctor that looks at a different kind of sisterhood. Prodigal Son, a thriller about a serial killer's son that is getting his Mindhunter on. And Perfect Harmony, a musical comedy that stars Pitch Perfect's Anna Camp as a small town girl who just wants to win a big singing competition.

Clearly, there's a lot to choose from here and to help you feel informed and excited for what's to come, we've compiled the trailers for the new fall TV shows. So start clicking through to see what is coming your way this fall.

1. 'Prodigal Son' (Fox)

This serial killer drama follows Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne), the prodigal son of a notorious serial killer who is now a profiler, and it will bring thrills and chills to your Monday nights.

2. 'Not Just Me' (Fox)

Brittany Snow plays the daughter of a difficult fertility doctor, who it turns out was using his own sperm to impregnate women. Now, she's learned that her family is bigger than she ever thought. Since it's from the producer behind Parenthood, expect to cry a whole lot while watching.

3. 'Bless The Harts' (Fox)

The Harts are joining the Simpsons and the Belchers on Sunday nights with a Southern fried sitcom starring Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig.

4. 'BH90210' (Fox)

This fall get nostalgic with the original cast of Beverly Hills, 90210. They may be older and wiser, but clearly, they're still just as dramatic. Here's hoping they're still hanging out at the Peach Pit, too.

5. 'Filthy Rich' (Fox)

A Southern gothic soap opera starring Sex and the City's Kim Cattrall in a delightfully evil role is a mix of wealth, religion, and camp. Expect to see a lot of people get slapped in the face on this show.

6. 'neXt' (Fox)

"What does it mean to be human?" That's the question this doomsday thriller about the cost of artificial intelligence starring Mad Men's John Slattery is looking to answer. Be afraid of Alexa, be very afraid.

7. 'Outmatched' (Fox)

Two ordinary parents, played by Jason Biggs and Maggie Lawson, are figuring out how to raise three genius kids in this sitcom about trying to bring some normalcy to parenthood.

8. 'Deputy' (Fox)

True Detective's Stephen Dorff is back playing a L.A. lawman in this gritty modern Western.

9. 'Bluff City Law' (NBC)

Bluff City Law is new legal drama about a father/daughter duo, starring Jimmy Smits and Caitlin McGee, trying to make a difference in Memphis. Expect inspirational speeches and plenty of family woes.

10. 'Perfect Harmony' (NBC)

Pitch Perfect's Anna Camp is back in this musical comedy, and no surprise, she's aca-mazing as a singer in a small town choir looking to win big with a little help from Bradley Whitford.

11. 'Sunnyside' (NBC)

Kal Penn stars in this comedy as an unwilling teacher to a group of immigrants in Queens, NY, looking to become American citizens. And if you're not sold yet, well, this sitcom is produced by Mike Schur, who brought you The Good Place and Parks and Recreation, so you know it's going to be funny.

12. 'mixed-ish' (ABC)

From the producers of Black-ish, this new sitcom focuses on Tracee Ellis Ross' character Rainbow's story of being a mixed race kid in the '80s.

13. 'Emergence' (ABC)

This conspiracy thriller starring Fargo's Allison Tolman focuses on a little girl found at the scene of a mysterious accident that no one can explain. No surprise, there's a lot more to this story that needs to be unveiled.

14. 'Stumptown' (ABC)

For those Avengers fans who wish they got to see Cobie Smulders kick more butt, this action-packed series, based on the graphic novel of the same name, should do the trick.

15. 'Evil' (CBS)

The creators of The Good Wife and The Good Fight are hoping to give fans a good scare with their new psychological thriller Evil.

16. 'Bob Hearts Abishola' (CBS)

Big Bang Theory's Chuck Lorre tries to continue his sitcom win streak with this one starring Mike & Molly's Billy Gardell as a middle-age businessman who falls for his nurse, a Nigerian immigrant, played by Folake Olowofoyeku.

17. 'All Rise' (CBS)

Court is in session in this legal drama starring Luke Cage's Simone Missick and Hart Of Dixie's Wilson Bethel, which takes a closer look at those that work within the system.

18. 'Carol's Second Act ' (CBS)

Everybody Loves Raymond's Patricia Heaton is back on CBS with this comedy about yes, Carol's second act, which includes becoming a doctor now that her kids and her husband are out of the house.

19. 'The Unicorn' (CBS)

Walter Goggins plays a widower in this single-camera comedy. He's trying to move on with his life with the help of his friends and family who realize he's a one of a kind catch. In fact, he's what some might call a unicorn.

20. 'Broke' (CBS)

This comedy from Jane The Virgin creator Jennie Snyder Urman, stars NCIS's Pauley Perrette and Another Period's Natasha Leggero as estranged sisters who are forced to move in together after Leggero and her husband, JtV's Jaime Camil go broke. What could go wrong?

21. 'FBI: Most Wanted' (CBS)

If you wanted more FBI than you're in luck, this is a spin-off of the CBS procedural that focuses on the Fugitive Task Force.

22. 'Tommy' (CBS)

Edie Falco plays L.A.'s first female chief of police in this drama that is breaking the glass ceiling.

23. 'Batwoman' (The CW)

Anything Batman can do, Ruby Rose's Batwoman can do better in the first live-action scripted drama series with a lesbian superhero lead, who's also played by an LGBTQ actor.

24. 'Nancy Drew' (The CW)

Everyone's favorite teenage sleuth (sorry, Veronica Mars) is back in this series from Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. So yes, expect this one to be juicy.

25. 'Katy Keene' (The CW)

This Riverdale spin-off stars Pretty Little Liars' Lucy Hale as Katy Keene, an aspiring fashion designer who's come to the big city to make it alongside her friends which includes a Pussycats-less Josie McCoy.

And, just like that, say goodbye to any productivity you planned on having in the coming year — because it looks like you're going to want to be watching TV instead.