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'1600 Penn,' 'The New Normal,' 'Save Me' And More NBC Stills Revealed (PHOTOS)


While NBC's official lineup won't be announced until its upfront presentation next week, the Peacock network has revealed stills from its new and returning shows, along with series descriptions.

UPDATE: NBC has also ordered "Crossbones," a pirate-themed action-adventure series from "Luther" creator Neil Cross.

"Law & Order: SVU": Detective Olivia Benson and the rest of the SVU squad are back for an impressive 14th season of the NBC legal drama.

"Chicago Fire": Starring Teri Reeves, David Eigenberg and Christopher Hermann, "Chicago Fire" focuses on the everyday lives of the Chicago Fire Department.

"Smash": Returning for a second season, Katherine McPhee, Megan Hilty and the rest of the "Smash" crew will be back for a new musical and fresh songs.

"Grimm": The fantastical cop drama is headed back to NBC for a second season.

"Go On": Matthew Perry is set to to play newscaster Ryan King, a man struggling to move on from a loss in the new dramedy.

"The New Normal": Produced by "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy, "The New Normal" is a comedy about a blended family. The family includes a gay couple played by "The Book Of Mormon" star Andrew Rannells and "The Hangover's" Justin Bartha, and the woman (Georgia King) who becomes their surrogate.

"1600 Penn": Created by and co-starring "Book Of Mormon" actor Josh Gad, "1600 Penn" makes room for a more modern kind of family. The comedy also stars Bill Pullman and Jenna Elfman.

"Save Me": Starring Anne Heche, the new comedy series centers on a woman who has an experience that leads her to believe she can channel god.

"Animal Practice": NBC has ordered 13 episodes of "Animal Practice," a comedy revolving around a veterinarian (played by "Weeds" star Justin Kirk) who loves animals, but hates their owners.

Click through our slideshow to take a look at NBC's upcoming season!

1600 Penn

NBC's New Shows

Correction: This post originally erroneously mentioned that Christopher Meloni would be back on "SVU." That was wishful thinking. The error has since been corrected and at least you can see him soon on "True Blood" Season 5.

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