'Once Upon A Time In Wonderland' Trailer: ABC Unveils New Shows Including 'Super Fun Night,' 'Mixology'

After unveiling their 2013-2014 schedule, ABC released a first look at some of their hotly anticipated new shows, including "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," "S.H.I.E.L.D.," and Rebel Wilson's "Super Fun Night."

Check out the trailers and descriptions for all of ABC's new fall and midseason shows and hit the comments to let us know which you're most looking forward to watching.

Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET

Clark Gregg reprises his role of Agent Phil Coulson from Marvel’s feature films, as he assembles a small, highly select group of Agents from the worldwide law-enforcement organization known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Together they investigate the new, the strange and the unknown around the globe, protecting the ordinary from the extraordinary. Coulson’s team consists of Agent Grant Ward (Brett Dalton), highly trained in combat and espionage; Agent Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen), expert pilot and martial artist; Agent Leo Fitz (Iain De Caestecker), brilliant engineer; and Agent Jemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge), genius bio-chemist. Joining them on their journey into mystery is new recruit and computer hacker Skye (Chloe Bennet). “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Marvel’s first television series, is from executive producers Joss Whedon (“Marvel’s The Avengers,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen, who co-wrote the pilot (“Dollhouse,” “Dr.Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog”). Jeffrey Bell (“Angel,” “Alias”) and Jeph Loeb (“Smallville,” “Lost,” “Heroes”) also serve as executive producers. “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” is produced by ABC Studios and Marvel Television.

“Once Upon A Time In Wonderland,” Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET

In Victorian England, the young and beautiful Alice (Sophie Lowe, “Beautiful Kate”) tells a tale of a strange new land that exists on the other side of a rabbit hole. An invisible cat, a hookah smoking caterpillar and playing-cards that talk are just some of the fantastic things she’s seen during this impossible adventure. Surely this troubled girl must be insane, and her doctors aim to cure her with a treatment that will make her forget everything. Alice seems ready to put it all behind her, especially the painful memory of the genie she fell in love with and lost forever -- the handsome and mysterious Cyrus (Peter Gadiot, “The Forbidden Girl”). But deep down Alice knows this world is real, and just in the nick of time the sardonic Knave of Hearts (Michael Socha, “This Is England”) and the irrepressible White Rabbit (John Lithgow, “3rd Rock from the Sun”) arrive to save her from a doomed fate. Together the trio will take a tumble down the rabbit hole to this Wonderland where nothing is impossible. "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland" also stars Emma Rigby (“Hollyoaks”) as Queen of Hearts and was written by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (“Once Upon a Time”), who serve as executive producers. Steve Perlman and Zack Estrin also serve as executive producers, and the pilot was directed by Ralph Hemecker.

“Super Fun Night,” Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET

Junior attorney Kimmie Boubier (Rebel Wilson, “Pitch Perfect,” “Bridesmaids”) and her two best friends, Helen-Alice (Liza Lapira, “Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23”) and Marika (Lauren Ash, “Lars and the Real Girl”), have had a standing date every Friday night for the last 13 years. They even have a motto for what they call “Friday Night Fun Night”: “Always together! Always Inside!” However Kimmie’s recent promotion throws a monkey wrench into the tradition. Not only is she now working with her idol, “Lady Lawyer of the Year” Felicity Vanderstone (Kelen Coleman, “The Newsroom”), but she meets a dashingly handsome British attorney, Richard Lovell (Kevin Bishop, “Star Stories”), who invites her to his party at a trendy club. Determined to spend time with Richard and heed Felicity’s advice to network, Kimmie sets out to convince her friends to take Super Fun Night on the road. “Super Fun Night” was written by Rebel Wilson, who also serves as co-executive producer along with Conan O’Brien, Jeff Ross, David Kissinger and John Riggi (“30 Rock”), who also directed the pilot.

"Betrayal," Sundays at 10 p.m. ET

A chance meeting between photographer Sara Hadley (Hannah Ware, "Shame,” “Boss”) and attorney Jack McAllister (Stuart Townsend, “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”) leads to an instant and undeniable attraction. Sarah’s husband, Drew (Chris Johnson, “The Vampire Diaries”), is a successful prosecutor with political aspirations, while Jack is married to Elaine (Wendy Moniz, “Guiding Light,” “The Guardian”), the daughter of his boss, Thacher Karsten (James Cromwell, “Babe,” “American Horror Story”). When Karsten’s brother-in-law Lou is murdered, all evidence points to Karsten’s son, T.J. (Henry Thomas, “E.T.,” “Gangs of New York”). Jack, the company’s lead counsel, will have to defend him, but for Sara’s prosecutor husband, Drew, this is the kind of high-profile murder case that can secure his political future. Just as Sara and Jack’s affair is starting, the lovers find themselves in an impossible situation -- on opposite sides of a murder investigation. "Betrayal," which also stars Elizabeth McLaughlin (“The Clique”) as Val and Braeden Lamasters (“Men of a Certain Age”) as Vic, was written by David Zabel (“ER”) and directed by Patty Jenkins (“The Killing,” “Monster”). The drama is executive-produced by David Zabel, Rob Golenberg (“Red Widow”) and Alon Aranya.

"Lucky 7," Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET

In Astoria, Queens, a group of seven gas station employees have been chipping into a lottery pool for months, never thinking they’d actually win. Money could solve problems for each of them: Matt (Matt Long, "Private Practice”) could get his girlfriend and two kids out of his mother’s house; Matt’s brother, Nicky (Stephen Louis Grush, "Detroit 1-8-7”), an ex-con, could pay off a dangerous debt; Samira (Summer Bishil, “Towelhead”), a second-generation Pakistani immigrant, could afford to go to Juilliard; Denise (Lorraine Bruce, “Eden Lake”), a plucky cashier, could focus on rebuilding her crumbling marriage; Leanne (Anastasia Phillips, “Stoked”), a young mother, could help her daughter realize her dreams; Bob (Isiah Whitlock, Jr., "The Wire”), the store’s manager, could finally retire; and Antonio (Luis Antonio Ramos, “The Ruins”) could give his wife and kids a whole new life. "Lucky 7," which also stars Christine Evangelista (“The Joneses”) as Mary, was written by David Zabel (“ER”) and Jason Richman (“Detroit 1-8-7”). The series is executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, David Zabel and Jason Richman. The pilot was directed by Paul McGuigan.

“Back In The Game,” Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET

Terry Gannon Jr. (Maggie Lawson, "Psych") was an All Star softball player until life threw her a few curve balls -- a baby, a lost college scholarship and a loser for a husband. After striking out on her own, Terry and her son, Danny (Griffin Gluck, “Private Practice”), move in with her estranged father, Terry Sr., aka “The Cannon” (James Caan, "Las Vegas”). The Cannon is an opinionated, beer-guzzling, ex-athlete who never quite made the cut either as a single father or professional baseball player. As hard as Terry tries to keep Danny away from the sports-driven lifestyle of her youth, Tommy wants to play Little League. His stunning lack of baseball skills (he doesn’t even know which hand the mitt goes on) makes him the laughing stock of the baseball field and of his grandfather’s living room. When Danny and a group of other athletically-challenged hopefuls fail to make the team, Danny’s disappointment forces Terry to face her past. So when a wealthy neighbor volunteers to finance a team for the rejected kids, Terry reluctantly offers to coach the team of misfits. "Back In The Game" also stars Lenora Crichlow (“Being Human,” “Fast Girls”) as Gigi, Kennedy Waite (“I-Doll”) as Vanessa, J.J. Totah (“Jessie”) as Michael and Cooper Roth as David. The comedy was written by Mark and Robb Cullen (“Lucky,” “Las Vegas”), who also executive-produce along with directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (“Bad Santa,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love”) and Aaron Kaplan (“The Neighbors”).

“Trophy Wife," Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET

They say the third time’s the charm, and reformed party girl Kate (Malin Akerman, “Suburgatory”) is hoping that’s true when she becomes Pete’s (Bradley Whitford, “The West Wing”) third wife. She fell into his arms (literally) at a karaoke bar, and a year later Kate’s got an insta-family, complete with three stepchildren and two ex-wives. Diane (Marcia Gay Harden, “Into the Wild,” “Damages”) is ex-wife number one, an intense, over-achieving doctor and the mother of twin teenagers Hillary (Gianna LePera, “Modern Family”) and Warren (Ryan Scott Lee, “Super 8”)). Diane is quick to convey her withering disapproval of Kate’s barely tapped maternal instinct. Ex-wife number two, Jackie (Michaela Watkins, "Saturday Night Live”), is mother to adopted son Bert (Albert Tsai, "How I Met Your Mother”), and can pull Pete’s strings with her special blend of neurotic, new-ageyness. Juggling all this baggage is uncharted territory for Kate, who finds support with her best friend Meg (Natalie Morales, “90210”), a party-hearty singleton and the only woman Kate knows who has less experience with kids than she has. “Trophy Wife” is written and executive-produced by Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins, executive produced by Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky (“The Office”) and by Malin Ackerman. The pilot was directed by Jason Moore (“Pitch Perfect,” “Avenue Q”).

“The Goldbergs,” Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET

Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the ‘80s. For geeky 11-year-old Adam (Sean Giambrone) these were his wonder years, and he faced them armed with a video camera to capture all the crazy. The Goldbergs are a loving family like any other, just with a lot more yelling. Mom Beverly (Wendi McClendon-Covey, “Bridesmaids”) is a classic “smother,” an overbearing, overprotective matriarch who rules this brood with 100% authority and zero sense of boundaries. Dad Murray (Jeff Garlin, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”) is gruff, hot-tempered and trying to parent without screaming. Sister Erica (Hayley Orrantia, “The X Factor”) is 17, hot, terrifying and not one to mess with. Barry (Troy Gentile, "Good Luck Chuck”) is 16, a grade-A spaz with classic middle child syndrome. Adam (Sam Giambrone) is the youngest, a camera-wielding future director who’s crushing on an older woman. Rounding out the family is beloved grandfather Al “Pops” Solomon (George Segal, “Don’t Shoot Me”), the wild man of the clan, a shameless Don Juan who’s schooling Adam in the ways of love. When Pops buys a new sports car and offers his Caddy to middle child Barry, it’s enough to drive this already high-strung family to the brink of chaos. “The Goldbergs” was written and executive-produced by Adam F. Goldberg (“Breaking In,” “Fanboys”) and also executive produced by Doug Robinson. The pilot was directed by Seth Gordon (“Identity Thief,” “Horrible Bosses”).


“Killer Women," not yet scheduled

Of all the notorious lawmen who have ever patrolled the violent Texas frontier, none are more storied than the Texas Rangers. But being the only female ranger in this elite squad isn’t going to stop ballsy, badass Molly Parker (Tricia Helfer, “Battlestar Galactica”). Molly is committed to finding the truth and seeing justice served. While she’s surrounded by law enforcement colleagues who want to see her fail, including Police Lieutenant Guillermo Salazar (Vic Trevino), the Rangers have her back, led by Company Commander Luis Zea (Alex Fernandez, “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”). Molly has also got her brother, Billy (Michael Trucco, "Battlestar Galactica”), and his wife Becca (Marta Milans, "Shame"). On the verge of getting divorced from her smarmy husband, Jake (Jeffrey Nordling), Molly begins an affair with sexy DEA Agent Dan Winston (Marc Blucas, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer”). “Killer Women” was written by Hannah Shakespeare and is executive-produced by Sofía Vergara (“Modern Family”), Martin Campbell, Ben Silverman, Luis Balaguer, Electus, Latin World Entertainment. The pilot was directed by Larry Trilling.

“Mind Games," not yet scheduled

Clark (Steve Zahn, “Treme”) and Ross (Christian Slater, “True Romance”) Edwards are brothers and partners in a unique agency committed to solving clients’ problems using the hard science of psychological manipulation. Clark is a former professor and a world-renowned expert in the field of human behavior. But he has a checkered history due to bipolar disorder, which sometimes results in quirky, manic episodes. Older brother Ross is a slick con man who has spent time in prison. Each in their own way knows what makes people tick. Drawing from the most cutting edge research in psychology, they can a tailor a plan to influence any situation. It’s a little bit science, a little bit con artistry, plus a smattering of Jedi mind tricks. The brothers, along with their team of master manipulators, are offering clients an alternative to fate. "Mind Games" also stars Megalyn Echikunwoke (“CSI: Miami”) as Megan, Cedric Sanders (“The Social Network”) as Latrell, Gregory Marcel (“The Good Shepherd”) as Miles and Wynn Everett (“The Newsroom”) as Claire. Written and executive-produced by Kyle Killen, the series is also executive-produced by Keith Redman and Miguel Sapochnik directed the pilot.

“Resurrection," not yet scheduled

The people of Arcadia, Missouri are forever changed when their deceased loved ones suddenly start to return. An 8-year-old American boy (Landon Gimenez) wakes up alone in a rice paddy in a rural Chinese province with no idea how he got there. Details start to emerge when the boy, who calls himself Jacob, recalls that his hometown is Arcadia, and an Immigration agent, Martin Bellamy (Omar Epps, “House”), takes him there. The home he claims as his own is occupied by an elderly couple, Harold (Kurtwood Smith, “That ‘70s Show”) and Lucille Garland (Frances Fisher, “Titanic”), who lost their son Jacob more than 30 years ago. While they look different, young Jacob recognizes them as his parents. Those closest to the family try to unravel this impossible mystery, including Sheriff Fred Garland (Matt Craven, “Crimson Tide,” “A Few Good Men”), whose wife Barbara drowned 30 years ago while trying to save Jacob. But this boy who claims to be the deceased Jacob knows secrets about his own death that no one else knows -- secrets that Fred’s daughter, Gail (Devin Kelly, “Chernobyl Diaries,” “The Chicago Code”), will begin to investigate and discover to be true. “Resurrection" also stars Sam Hazeldine (“The Raven”) as Abel, Samaire Armstrong (“Entourage,” “The O.C.”) as Elaine, Nicholas Gonzalez (“Off the Map”) as Connor and Mark Hildreth (“Dragon Ball Z”). Written by Aaron Zelman (“Damages,” “The Killing”), “Resurrection” is executive-produced by Aaron Zelman, JoAnn Alfano, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Jon Liebman, Brillstein Entertainment and Plan B. The pilot was directed by Charles McDougall.

“Mixology," not yet scheduled

One bar. One night. Ten single people. Welcome to Union, a high-end bar in Manhattan’s trendy meat-packing district. Recently dumped by his fiancée, Tom (Blake Lee, “Parks and Recreation”) hasn’t been out on the town in a decade. His best friends, handsome, confident Cal (Craig Frank, “8.13”) and fast-talking Bruce (Andrew Santino. “Punk’d”), are throwing Tom back into the dating pool whether he likes it or not. Tom’s first encounter is with Maya (Ginger Gonzaga, "Legit”), an attorney who’s as beautiful as she is brutal; before long, Tom is in tears. After that, it only gets worse. Rounding out Union’s chic crowd is Maya’s engaged-for-now friend, Liv (Kate Simses, “What’s Your Number”); aggressive single mom Jessica (Alexis Carra, "Incredible Girl"); her younger, naive sister, Janey (Sarah Bolger, “Once Upon a Time”); bubbly cocktail waitress Kacey (Vanessa Lengies, “Glee”); dark, mysterious bartender Dominic (Adan Canto, “The Following”); and failed internet entrepreneur Ron (Adam Campbell, “Epic Movie”), who’s having the worst night of his life. “Mixology” was written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (“The Hangover,” “21 and Over”), and is executive-produced by Lucas, Moore, Ryan Seacrest, Nina Wass and Adam Sher. It’s directed by Larry Charles (“Seinfeld,” “Entourage,” “Borat”).

“The Quest," not yet scheduled
“The Quest” is a new reality adventure that takes 12 lucky contestants on the journey of a lifetime when they enter the world of “Everealm.” For “The Quest,” the producer of the blockbuster movie franchise “The Lord of the Rings” has joined forces with the creators and producers of “The Amazing Race” to conjure a land of magic and malevolence, where mythical creatures lurk in the woods, agents of darkness stir in the shadows, and mystical beings infiltrate the keep. For 12 lucky souls, a fantastic world will come alive in a unique competition series where players will engage in epic challenges. Fantasy meets reality when one player emerges as a real-life hero. “The Quest” is from executive producers Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri (“The Amazing Race,” Profiles Television), executive producers Mark Ordesky and Jane Fleming (Court Five), and executive producers Rob Eric and Michael Williams (Green Harbor Productions).

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