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Pilot Casting Roundup: Vote for Your Favorite!

It's that time of year, folks. Pilots are finding their casts, and our TV favorites are finding new small-screen gigs. Since casting directors are working overtime these days, we thought it might be a good idea to round up who's been cast in what, and then get your stance on who will be welcomed back with the biggest "Huzzah!"
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It's that time of year, folks. Pilots are finding their casts, and our TV favorites are finding new small-screen gigs. Since casting directors are working overtime these days, we thought it might be a good idea to round up who's been cast in what, and then get your stance on who will be welcomed back with the biggest "Huzzah!"

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ABC:

Lost and FoundFamiliar Faces: Jordana SpiroPremise: Jo (Spiro) is a New York City bartender-party girl whose life changes when the son she gave up for adoption reappears in her life.

Charlie's AngelsFamiliar Faces: Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor, Annie IlonzehPremise: Reboot of the '70s television series, aka the greatest "jiggle TV" ever created.

Apartment 23Familiar Faces: James Van Der Beek, Krysten RitterPremise: James Van Der Beek plays James Van Der Beek, who in this show is the best friend of a crazy NYC girl who gets an earnest Midwestern-girl roommate. (Didja follow that?)

Once Upon a TimeFamiliar Faces: Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer GoodwinPremise: Anna (Morrison) arrives in the small town of Storybrook and finds that fairy tales might actually be real, and not just bedtime stories.

HallelujahFamiliar Faces: Terry O'Quinn, Jesse L. Martin, Donal LoguePremise: Troubled Tennessee town is reinvigorated when a mysterious stranger (Martin) arrives to shake things up. O'Quinn plays Del, the slick and evil town millionaire.

CBS:

Vince UncensoredFamiliar Faces: Michael Chiklis (No Ordinary Family is officially still on the bubble, Vince Uncensored would be in second position to that series)Premise: Half-hour comedy about a man who aspires to be honest about everything following a life-changing experience.

Hail MaryFamiliar Faces: Minnie DriverPremise: Crime drama revolving around a single mother (Driver) whose teenage son is killed, leading her to team up with her son's best friend to solve his murder.

RingerFamiliar Faces: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kristoffer Polaha Premise: Bridget (Gellar) is on the run from the mob, so she takes to impersonating her rich twin sister, Siobahn. As it turns out, Siobhan also has crazy people after her. Polaha plays Siobhan's best friend's husband, who's stuck right in the middle of everything...in a love triangle sort of way, of course.

Two Broke GirlsFamiliar Faces: Kat DenningsPremise: Two diner waitresses in Brooklyn who come from different backgrounds come together to try and get rich with a new business venture.

RookiesFamiliar Faces: Leelee SobieskiPremise: NYPD rookies struggle to balance their lives walking the beat and their lives at home.

CW:

Secret CircleFamiliar Faces: Britt Robertson, Thomas DekkerPremise: Robertson's character Cassie discovers she's a powerful witch. Dekker has been cast as Adam, a member of the witch coven and a love interest. Secret Circle is based on the novels by Vampire Diaries author L.J. Smith.

Hart of DixieFamiliar Faces: Rachel BilsonPremise: New York City doctor (Bilson) takes over a medical practice in the South.

FOX:

ChicksFamiliar Faces: Zooey DeschanelPremise: The younger Deschanel sister stars in this ensemble comedy explores sexual politics among men and women; big sis Emily Deschanel is the lead on Fox's long-running hit Bones.

TouchFamiliar Faces: Kiefer SutherlandPremise: Sutherland's character discovers that his mute, autistic son can predict events before they happen.

NBC:

Wonder WomanFamiliar Faces: Adrianne Palicki, Elizabeth HurleyPremise: Um, it's about Wonder Woman?

BentFamiliar Faces: Amanda Peet, Jeffrey TamborPremise: Rom-com revolving around a recently divorced single mother (Peet), a handsome contractor she's trying not to fall for and an ex-actor (Tambor) who wants to find his niche again.

SmashFamiliar Faces: Debra MessingPremise: Musical drama based around a group trying to put together a Broadway musical.

Are You There, Vodka? It's Me ChelseaFamiliar Faces: Laura Prepon, Chelsea HandlerPremise: Based on the bestselling memoir from E!'s own Chelsea Lately host.

Who are you most excited to (hopefully) see in their new pilots?

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