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Photos and Video Preview Clips of New CBS Shows The Good Wife, Accidentally on Purpose, Three Rivers, NCIS: Los Angeles

First Look: CBS's Fall Shows

A Jenna Elfman comedy, a medical show led by a former Moonlight star, a legal drama with Julianna Margulies, and a spinoff of NCIS will be coming our way this Fall courtesy of CBS, which announced its programming plans on Wednesday. But there's no reason to wait till Fall to see if any of these series look appealing — I've got photos and clips after the jump.

One thing these shows have going for them is strong casts: I'm curious to see if Alex O'Loughlin and The L Word's Katherine Moening can keep Three Rivers from being just another medical show, and I'm rooting for Jenna Elfman (and can't wait to see Ashley Jensen again) in Accidentally on Purpose. And while I'm still wondering if Margulies can carry a show on her own, I'll give hers a shot because of Chris Noth and Josh Charles, among others.

How are you feeling about the new CBS slate so far? To check out the four new shows for yourself, just

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The Good Wife


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Accidentally on Purpose


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NCIS: Los Angeles


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Photos courtesy of CBS

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cordata cordata 7 years
I'll check out the good wife ... seems like a new take on the lawyer genre. Plus, I love Chris Noth, even when is character acts like a douche
menthadict menthadict 7 years
lol Three Rivers, way to not include footage of Daniel Henney. He's the only reason I'll be watching
oh-lady-e oh-lady-e 7 years
Oh, I just KNEW they were going to do a spin-off of NCIS, what with that weird two-episode arc in LA this season. Don't we already have enough versions of CSI to give the ol' spin-off machine a rest? The medical show with Alex O'Loughlin looks intriguing.
oh-lady-e oh-lady-e 7 years
Oh, I just KNEW they were going to do a spin-off of NCIS, what with that weird two-episode arc in LA this season. Don't we already have enough versions of CSI to give the ol' spin-off machine a rest? The medical show with Alex O'Loughlin looks intriguing.
Nitachequita Nitachequita 7 years
I'm in for Three Rivers because of Alex and Julia, although I'm a little worried as to how many transplant stories there can be. Julianna was great as a lawyer in Canterbury's Law, so I'm in for her (and Josh Charles, hooray!) on the Good Wife as well, although the young colleagues look under/poorly written. Love Jenna, but Accidentally on Purpose looks horrible.
Nitachequita Nitachequita 7 years
I'm in for Three Rivers because of Alex and Julia, although I'm a little worried as to how many transplant stories there can be. Julianna was great as a lawyer in Canterbury's Law, so I'm in for her (and Josh Charles, hooray!) on the Good Wife as well, although the young colleagues look under/poorly written. Love Jenna, but Accidentally on Purpose looks horrible.
seraphmaiden seraphmaiden 7 years
There's nothing sane and normal about transplant surgeons...
nadioz nadioz 7 years
The Good Wife looks good, i'll give Three Rivers a try for o'loughlin.
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
accidentally on purpose looks cute. I love that english chick, she's funny!
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