Patrick Dempsey’s ‘Devils’ & More New-to-You Series Coming to Network TV

Devils; LA's Finest; Transplant
The CW; Fox; NBC

With the “How?” of TV production still to be sorted out, networks are turning to existing international and streaming shows.

Series are on the move as networks recruit them to fill holes in their upcoming schedules. Some of these titles may be familiar, while others are fresh imports that are sure to thrill. And some like Patrick Dempsey‘s Devils and Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union‘s L.A.’s Finest even boast familiar faces!

Below, catch some of the titles heading your way. (*Note: L.A.’s Finest‘s first season will arrive this fall, Season 2 has been delayed at Spectrum.)

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Devils Patrick Dempsey The CW
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Devils(The CW)

In this English-language French-Italian thriller, Patrick Dempsey plays a ruthless CEO whose investment-banker protégé (Alessandro Borghi) is suspected of murder.

Coroner
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Coroner(The CW)

This Canadian procedural trails a recently widowed coroner (Serinda Swan) as she investigates suspicious deaths in Toronto with a maverick cop (Roger Cross).

Tell Me a Story Season 2
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Tell Me a Story(The CW)

This CBS All Access crime drama twists fairy-tale characters into dark denizens of modern-day NYC. With The Vampire DiariesPaul Wesley and Watchmen‘s James Wolk.

LAs finest
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L.A.’s Finest (Fox)

Meet the bad girls of the Bad Boys franchise: a former DEA agent (Gabrielle Union) and her new LAPD partner (Jessica Alba). From Spectrum Originals.

Cosmos Possibe Worlds
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Cosmos: Possible Worlds (Fox)

Hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, National Geographic’s latest Cosmos installment links science and spirituality.

Transplant Season 1
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Transplant (NBC)

Another Canadian…transplant! A doctor and Syrian refugee (Hamza Haq) brings his battle-tested skills to a Toronto ER. Announced for 2020–21, the ready-to-go drama looks good for fall.