NBC released first looks at its new comedies and dramas on Sunday in the midst of upfronts.

“The Good Place” from “Parks and Recreation” creator Mike Schur, Kristen Bell-headlined “The Good Place” and “This Is Us” all got full-length trailers as NBC revealed details about its fall schedule.

Other new series on NBC’s 2016-17 lineup include “Wizard of Oz”-themed “Emerald City,” adaptation of the Liam Neeson action films “Taken,” drama “Midnight, Texas,” Mandy Moore’s “This Is Us” and spinoffs “Blacklist: Redemption” and “Chicago Justice.”

NBC renewed two existing comedies, “The Carmichael Show” and “Superstore.” Along with “Good Place,” NBC’s new comedy offerings include John Lithgow’s spoof “Trial & Error,” DC Comics series “Powerless,” “Great News” and Marlon Wayans’ “Marlon.”

See all the new trailers below, and check in here for all the updates from upfronts 2016.

Timeless” (Drama):

“Timeless” comes from writers/executive producers Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan and executive producers John Davis, John Fox, Marney Hochman and Neil Marshall.

“The Good Place” (Comedy):

Schur writes and executive produces “The Good Place” with David Miner executive producing.

“This Is Us” (Drama):

Dan Fogelman writers and exec produces “This Is Us,” with Dan Fogelman with John Requa, Glenn Ficarra, Jess Rosenthal and Charlie Gogolak executive producing.