- "American Crime" -- Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton lead this drama about racial tensions after a couple is attacked in their home.
- "Black-ish" -- Anthony Anderson is an upper middle-class family man who tries to teach his children about African-American culture, but grandpa (Laurence Fishburne) doesn't exactly make it easy.
- "Cristela" -- Former "Mind of Mencia" writer Cristela Alonzo steps into the spotlight as the writer-star of this comedy about a law student struggling to meet her family's high expectations.
- "Forever" -- A 200-year-old medical examiner (Ioan Gruffudd) is immortal in New York City.
- "Fresh off the Boat" -- Based on the memoir by celeb chef Eddie Huang, an Asian immigrant family moves to Orlando in the '90s.
- "Galavant" -- A new musical fairytale series for fans of "Once Upon a Time."
- "How to Get Away with Murder" -- Showrunner Shonda Rhimes adds another drama to her resume, starring Viola Davis as a law professor entangled in a murder mystery.
- "Manhattan Love Story" (Tuesdays) -- A romantic comedy about a couple (Analeigh Tipton, Jake McDorman) starting a relationship together.
- "Marvel's Agent Carter" -- Hayley Atwell reprises her "Captain America: The First Avenger" role as agent Peggy Carter in the 1940s.
- "Secrets and Lies" -- Ryan Phillippe becomes a murder suspect when he finds the body of a young boy. family man who finds the body of a young boy and quickly becomes the prime murder suspect.
- "Selfie" (Tuesdays) -- A modern update on "My Fair Lady": A social media-obsessed woman ("Doctor Who" actress Karen Gillan) tries to learn how to live in the real world.
- "The Whispers" -- Aliens have invaded Earth and are using children to help them take over the human race.
2014 fall TV schedule: ABC lineup adds 12 new shows, from 'Black-ish' to 'Selfie'