New TV Series 2015

The TV networks have made announcements on what series they are keeping and what they're picking up from pilot.

ABC is going ahead with The Muppets, with all our favorite foam characters and a Biblical saga called Of Kings and Prophets. They're also bringing back SHIELD and Agent Carter, but not the planned SHIELD spin off.

CW has picked up the Arrow/Flash spin off, to be called DC's Legends of Tomorrow. LoT will star Brandon Routh (Superman) as the Atom, Arthur Darvill (Doctor Who) as Rip Hunter a Time Traveler, Dominic Purcell (Prison Break) as Heat Wave, Wentworth Miller (Prison Break) as Captain Cold, Ciara RenĂ©e as Hawkgirl and Victor Garber (Alias) as Dr. Martin Stein.

NBC has greenlit Heroes Reborn as a 13 episode series to follow up on the four seasons of Heroes, that ended in February 2010.

FOX announced a few weeks back that they were bringing back The X-Files, but what else does the network that brought us Gotham have coming for us? The Frankenstein Code, where a pair of twins give new life to a Cop that was killed trying to help his son. Lucifer, yep the Devil himself has a new TV series, this one is based on the DC comic of the same name by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg. Minority Report based on the Steven Spielberg film.

CBS has the next comic-based series from the people that brought us Arrow and The Flash. Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg executive produce Supergirl that follows Zor-El, Superman's cousin, as she balances her life and relationships with the powers that she has kept hidden for 12 years.







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