Watch Trailers for New CBS Shows STALKER, MADAM SECRETARY, SCORPION, NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, and More

     May 14, 2014

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This morning CBS unveiled its full fall schedule, and now the network has released trailers for its new upcoming series.  Briefly:

  • Stalker – From creator Kevin Williamson, the psychological thriller drama stars Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q as detectives investigating stalking incidents.
  • Extant – A new sci-fi series from executive producer Steven Spielberg starring Halle Berry as an astronaut who returns home to strange occurrences.  The series debuts this summer.
  • Madam Secretary – A new political drama series starring Tea Leoni as the newly appointed Secretary of State.
  • Scorpion – A new drama inspired by the true story of an eccentric genius and his band of misfits working to protect the U.S. from high-tech threats.  Katherine McPhee and Eddie Kaye Thomas star.
  • NCIS: New Orleans – A self-explanatory spinoff starring Scott Bakula.
  • The McCarthys – A new ensemble comedy series about a sports-crazed Boston family and their gay son.

Hit the jump to watch trailers for the aforementioned series and more, and click here to view CBS’ full 2014-15 schedule.

Stalker

In Los Angeles, the detectives of the Threat Assessment Unit tackle the toughest stalking cases for the LAPD. Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott star.

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Madam Secretary

Unexpectedly thrust into the position of Secretary of State, ex-CIA operative and college professor Elizabeth McCord must drive international diplomacy and wrangle office politics, all while balancing a complex family life. Tea Leoni and Tim Daly star. 

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Extant

Astronaut Molly Woods went on a 13-month solo mission. She did not return alone. Halle Berry stars in Extant.

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Scorpion

An eccentric genius and his team join forces with a government agent to fight the new threats facing America in the digital age. Elyes Gabel, Robert Patrick and Katharine McPhee star.

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NCIS: New Orleans

The New Orleans office of NCIS does things the old school way. Let the good times roll. Scott Bakula stars in NCIS: New Orleans.

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The McCarthys

When the gay son of a sports-crazed Boston clan decides to fly the coop, his loving family has other plans. Tyler Ritter, Laurie Metcalf, Jack McGee and Joey McIntyre star in The McCarthys.

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