ConvictionHayley Atwell lost a job and gained another in one fell swoop. The actress's "Agent Carter" was canceled by ABC, but now she's headlining a new legal drama titled "Conviction."

It's just one of a large crop of new series ordered by the network, which cleared out its schedule in canceling "Agent Carter," "Castle," "The Family," "The Muppets," and "Nashville." The new shows continue ABC's brand mixing sexy, serialized dramas with family comedies.

And for the first time in a few years, Thursday will not be entirely ruled by Shonda Rhimes' shows. Due to Kerry Washington's pregnancy, "Scandal" is being held until midseason. In its place, talk show drama "Notorious" will try to continue the #TGIT magic.

Here are the trailers for ABC's new series:

"Conviction," starring Hayley Atwell as a troubled former First Daughter who reluctantly joins a wrongful conviction legal team:


"Designated Survivor," with Kiefer Sutherland as a low-level Cabinet member who unexpectedly becomes president:


"Notorious" stars Piper Perabo as an ambitious news producer:

"Time After Time," debuting midseason, follows H.G. Wells when he travels through time to modern-day New York to catch Jack the Ripper:


"American Housewife," starring Katy Mixon as a somewhat less than perfect mother of three


"Downward Dog," premieres midseason and tells the story of a millennial dog owner from the dog's point of view:


"Imaginary Mary," starring Jenna Elfman as an independent career woman whose life is turned upside when she falls for a man with three kids:

"Speechless," with Minnie Driver as a mom of three, including a kid with cerebral palsy:


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