Today will mark the big day for The CW as the network reaches its turn to hold Upfront presentations, including schedule announcements and video from its new offerings, but yesterday was CBS' moment in the spotlight.  So between their high-profile new dramas and comedies, which were most worth watch and most likely to stick around this fall?  Check out new looks at 'Elementary' and others to judge for yourself!

The foremost and most exciting of CBS'2013 development slate arrives in the form of 'Elementary,' an original modern-day adaptation of the classic Sherlock Holmes story, tweaking a few elements for 2012.  The preview you'll see below isn't quite as gritty or 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' as the trailer shown to advertisers, but the show certainly looks interesting:

Next up is the new gay/straight friendship buddy comedy 'Partners' from the creators of 'Will & Grace,' which will follow 'How I Met Your Mother' on Monday nights, and though the trailer didn't deliver many laughs, might surprise us all (at least more than '2 Broke Girls' did):

Another high profile project features Dennis Quaid as Ralph Lamb and Vic Mackey Michael Chiklis, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jason O'Mara in the period drama 'Vegas,' which certainly got the crowd excited:

And finally we have 'Made In Jersey,' which...oy. Just...oy.

Well, what do you think? Do any of CBS' new offerings pique your interest? We'll be watching 'Elementary' for sure, but tell us in the comments which new series you're most interested in seeing!