Ah, it's springtime in New York, when TV bosses unfold new shows and stars blossom for potential advertisers. Take a look at NBC's latest, from the insiders' "upfront" presentation. Here, stars of "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" pose May 15. From left: Amanda Peet, Steven Weber, Bradley Whitford, Matthew Perry, D.L. Hughley, Sarah Paulson, Evan Handler, Timothy Busfield. It's a drama show about a comedy show.
Actor Adrian Pasdar and actress Hayden Panettiere, posing at the upfronts on May 15, star in "Heroes," a new drama about people with superhuman powers.
NFL broadcasters Al Michaels, left, and John Madden attended the upfronts May 15 to promote the network's introduction of National Football League games on Sunday nights. NBC will bring back "The Apprentice" and a talent show with Regis Philbin when football season is over.
NBC is moving Steve Carell's comedy "The Office" to Thursdays this fall. Carell, on the red carpet here May 15 in New York, sprained his ankle two days before while shooting his new film "Evan Almighty" in Richmond, Va.
Stars from "20 Good Years" pose together on May 15. From left: Jake Sandvig, John Lithgow, Heather Burns and Jeffrey Tambor. The comedy focuses on the quest by Lithgow and Tambor's characters to live each day as if it was their last.
Jeff Goldblum and Nicole Sullivan, at the upfronts on May 15, star in NBC's midseason drama "Raines," in which Goldblum plays a Los Angeles detective.
Amanda Peet and Matthew Perry star in the new series "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip." Tina Fey of "Saturday Night Live" wrote and stars in "30 Rock," another new NBC show that takes viewers behind the scenes of a comedy show.
Talk show host Regis Philbin hams it up for photographers on the red carpet May 15 at Radio City Music Hall. Philbin will host "America's Got Talent," a new NBC reality show produced by "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell.