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Revolution: Really excited. Has tons of hype backing it (~40,000 likes on Facebook already, most of any new show, plus 7+ million views of the trailer on YouTube), has NBC's best timeslot, and looks very, very good. I don't want to put my foot in my mouth later, but this looks like it'll be huge, and for good reason.
Go On: Kinda similar to Community conceptually, but I liked the trailer enough to give this a shot.
The New Normal: Preaching to the choir. I liked all the parts with the mom and her daughter, but the parts with the gay couple/BIGOTED RACIST GRANDMOTHER LADY/Nene Leakes? Do not want. This feels like a PSA masquerading as a comedy, and the fact that Ryan Murphy is behind it does not instill any confidence in me whatsoever. Also, this is off-topic, but...am I the only one that feels like there's always this sugary, artificial color palette that washes over all of Murphy's shows? It literally makes me feel a little sick, to be honest (this is why I will never enjoy Glee, either).
Animal Practice: Trailer was a hoot and a half and I like the cast. Will be sticking around for this one.
Guys With Kids: I think this is the best multicam NBC's had so far. I'll at least give the pilot a fair chance; this looks like it can be a fun, breezy show with the cast and the writing team.
Chicago Fire: Beefcake quotient=11/10. Otherwise, it's a procedural, so not really up my alley. But I can see this having some staying power.
Do No Harm: Actually pretty intriguing from what the clips showed.
1600 Penn: Only saw one clip, and it was decent. I like the tone of the show a lot, but it didn't make me laugh as hard as the other comedies.
Save Me: I really don't know how to feel about this.
Next Caller: Surprisingly not horrible. Might be a good show once they get past the dynamics and stuff.
Hannibal: Didn't see any clips, but concept and creative team both instill hope in me.
all in all: Much better pilot crop compared to last year's lackluster bunch. Some of these shows might be breakout hits. But we'll see. At the very least, NBC looks much stronger than it did at this point last year.
I guess I'll move on to ABC tomorrow, then FOX, then CBS, then the CW..