CBS

Robin Williams returns to TV with the comedy “The Crazy Ones.” Other new comedies include “We are Men,” “Mom” (with Ana Faris and Allison Janney  as her mom), and “The Millers,” starring Will Arnett. Jerry Bruckheimer suspense drama “Hostages” also debuts.

For midseason, the network plans “Intelligence,” “Reckless” and “Friends with Better Lives.”

“Rules of Engagement,” “Vegas” and “CSI:NY” are among the shows not coming back.

 

ABC

New dramas include “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D,”  “Killer Women”  (with Tricia Helfer as a Texas Ranegr),  “Lucky 7” (about a group of workers who play the lottery), psychological drama “Mind Games,”

spinoff “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland,”  “Resurrection” (the dead return) and “Betrayal.”

New comedies include “The Goldbergs,” “Trophy Wife,” “Back in the Game,” “Super Fun Night,” and “Mixology.”

The network will also air a Pixar special “Toy Story of Terror,” with the original voice.

Among the shows that won’t be returning are “Family Tools,” “How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life” (I wonder if that title killed it), “Happy Endings” and “Body of Proof.”

 

The CW

For fall, the CW debuts “The Vampire Diaries” spinoff “The Originals,” action-adventure “The Tomorrow People,” historical drama “Reign,” with two dramas (“Starcrossed” and “The 100”) and one reality show (“Famous in 12”) planned for midseason.

“Nikita” will return for its final season with six episodes.