[Videos] First Look at NBC's New Fall 2014 Dramas: 'State of Affairs,' 'Constantine' and 'Mysteries of Laura'
[Videos] First Look at NBC's New Fall 2014 Dramas: 'State of Affairs,' 'Constantine' and 'Mysteries of Laura'
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
NBC released its 2014-2015 schedule on Sunday, and it includes three new fall dramas. The DC Comics story Constantine, Debra Messing's The Mysteries of Laura and the Katherine Heigl political thriller State of Affairs will premiere in the fall.

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NBC's 2014-2015 Schedule>>

The show's each fit their respective nights. Constantine, about fighting demons, fits nicely on Fridays with Grimm. The Mysteries of Laura is another police procedural for Wednesday nights, paired with Law and Order: SVU and Chicago PD. And State of Affairs, with its D.C.-based intrigue and conspiracies, will take over for The Blacklist Mondays at 10 in November.

Watch the Trailers for NBC's New Fall 2014 Comedies>>

Check out the full-length trailers for these new shows.

State of Affairs (Mondays at 10pm, starting November 17)

Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl stars as Charleston Tucker, a CIA analyst who was dating the son of the President of the United States. His death brings Tucker and the president (Alfre Woodard) closer as Tucker is in charge of the daily briefings, the top pieces of intel the president needs to know each day. Based on the trailer, the show certainly merits The Blacklist's time slot as it appears there's more conspiracy and intrigue than meets the eye.



Constantine (Fridays at 10pm)

Matt Ryan stars as the titular master of the dark arts who fights against demons. With big special effects, angels and a fight against the forces of Hell, this appears to be an exciting, bad-ass action series.



The Mysteries of Laura (Wednesdays at 8pm)

Debra Messing (Smash, Will and Grace) stars as a tough NYPD homicide detective who also has to deal with unruly twin boys and a juvenile ex-husband (Josh Lucas). The trailer makes this seem like more of an odd dramedy than another police procedural.



Which of NBC's new fall dramas are you most excited to see?



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