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'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' (FOX)
Premiere Date: September 17
We're anticipating because: Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher and Terry Crews make a very strong core to the comic ensemble to this "Barney Miller"-esque cop show from the "Parks and Recreation" creative team of Mike Schur and Dan Goor, who have some experience getting a new comedy off the ground and tailoring material to suit their actors' strengths. It's a very likable pilot.
We're nervous because: Like most of this fall's sitcoms, even the better ones like this, there aren't many laugh-out-loud moments. It's easy to imagine Schur and Goor making similar tweaks to the one that turned "Parks" from mediocre "Office" imitator into the best comedy on television, but the pilot does not arrive fully-formed.