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Watch: NBC Unveils Trailers for New Series

Many of the series announcements have been simply titles and synopses. NBC, however, released a number of new trailers on Sunday giving a sneak peek at the new shows in its 2014-2015 lineup.

Among the comedies are “A to Z,” starring Cristin Milioti and Ben Feldman; Kate Walsh’s “Bad Judge”; “Marry Me,” starring Casey Wilson; “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” which is produced by Tina Fey; Will Ferrell-exec produced “Mission Control”; “Mr. Robinson”; and the Ellen DeGeneres-produced “One Big Happy.”

For dramas, NBC has released trailers for Debra Messing’s “The Mysteries of Laura,” Katherine Heigl-toplined “State of Affairs” and “Constantine.” Trailers for two other new dramas that have been given the greenlight, “Odyssey” and “Allegiance,” are expected to come soon.

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Watch all the trailers below:

“A to Z”

“Bad Judge”

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“Constantine”

“Marry Me”

The Mysteries of Laura

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State of Affairs

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