We bet you're not tired of hearing about the Upfronts yet!  With ABC's massive event currently under way, the network has issued out advance looks at ten of its upcoming series for the year, including country music drama 'Nashville,' urban spook-fest '666 Park Avenue,' and the naval drama 'Last Resort!'  So between the new dramas and comedies for both fall and mid-season, what's worth your time?  Read on to find out!

The TV landscape will be littered with all manner of new shows this coming fall, so now's the time to take a first look and plot out whether or not you'll watch, because you're bound to be hearing about it!  But who will you choose?  Former 'LOST' star Terry O'Quinn as the owner of a haunted property?  Hayden Panettiere as a country star singing against 'American Horror Story's Connie Britton (note: may not contain actual singing)? Or maybe 'The Neighbors' will have you flying out of this world!

Check out the five new trailers for the fall, and five new series for ABC's mid-season as well!

First up is 'The Neighbors,' starring Jami Gertz, Simon Templeman (airing Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m.), and...well, let's just say you should watch this one on your own without any judgement.

Next up is sure to have everyone talking, sexy new country singing drama 'Nashville' featuring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere as dueling stars. The trailer's a little hoakey, but the premise could catch fire easily.

Also for drama we have 'Last Resort,' an alien-free navy drama with an impiressive cast of Andre Braugher, Scott Speedman, Autumn Reeser and Dichen Lachman, which seems rather promising...

Hey, y'all! Reba McEntyre's got a new sitcom, y'all, with country humor! Yawn.

Finally, one to really watch is '666 Park Avenue,' which seems more or less like the network answer to 'American Horror Story.' It's got an intriguing premise, and great star power in Terry O'Quinn, even if the trailer doesn't really sell it all that well...

You can check out the remaining trailers for ABC's mid-season lineup at their YouTube page, including looks at Sarah Chalke's 'How to Live with Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life,' 'Zero Hour,' 'The Family Tools,' Alyssa Milano's 'Mistresses,' and 'Red Widow.' Pick your favorites of the new season, and tell us which you like in the comments!

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