With the upfronts fast approaching, it's time to look at the pilots most likely to become full-fledged series in the near future.
With all networks losing ratings ground this year, they will be looking for the next big hit.
Thus far, it looks like primetime soaps are making a comeback, and we could not be more excited.
Thanks to an article in The Hollywood Reporter, we now have a list of shows poised to be on the 2017-2018 schedule.
S.W.A.T. - CBS
S.W.A.T. hails from Shawn Ryan and stars Shemar Moore and Jay Harrington. It has been a frontrunner ever since it was announced because of the talent associated with it. CBS has limited spots available, but S.W.A.T. is expected to come out ahead of the other Navy seals drama in development at the network.
Ghosted - Fox
With a cast that boasts the likes of Craig Robinson and Adam Scott, Ghosted is said to have come in better than expected for Fox. The series will follow two men who are recruited by The Bureau in Los Angeles to investigate "unexplained" activity.
Unitiled Marvel - Fox
Marvel's latest TV offering will star Stephen Moyer, Jamie Chung and Amy Acker. Very little is known about it, but it is said to be a frontrunner for a series order on the drama side of things at Fox.
Rise - NBC
Hailing from Jason Katims, Rise has been running ahead of the pack ever since it was announced. With Josh Radnor and Auli'i Cravalho as part of the cast, what could go wrong? Nothing, probably. This would mark a return for high school-set dramas to the broadcast networks.
The Sackett Sisters - NBC
Casey Wilson and Busy Phillips have great comedy timing and look set to be joining forces for this new NBC comedy which finds the Sackett sisters reuniting after an act of heroism. It could be held for midseason.
9J, 9K and 9L - CBS
This potential series would star Elliot Gould and David Walton. It is a comedy that would follow the lives of family members who stay in apartments next to one another.