In 2013, someone resurrects both Crane and the Horseman, who turns out to be the first of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse -- never a good sign. Adjusting to the modern world, Crane teams up with local law enforcement (which includes Orlando Jones and Nicole Beharie) to try to stop history from repeating itself. "Meanwhile, I've been trapped in between lands, and I'm reaching out to him to help," Winter said. "So it's got action, the supernatural, hot guys, violence and humor as well. It's actually really funny."
"Super Fun Night," Wednesdays on ABC
CBS almost scored this Rebel Wilson comedy about three nerdy girlfriends who break their tradition of staying in on Friday nights to finally go out and try to have some fun. But after the show got passed over last pilot season and with some retooling (replacing BFFs Jenny Slate and Edi Patterson with Liza Lapira and Lauren Ash), ABC is good to go. "It's been an 18-month process since I signed this deal, so it's kind of awesome," Wilson said.
Calling the show an "anti-'Sex and the City,' " Wilson promised the crowd at the ABC upfront that she wouldn't be "doing a Lena Dunham" like on 'Girls': I won't be doing nudity unless it's necessary for the storyline, or if it's Wednesday." Of course, the trailer for the show features her dress getting ripped off, revealing lighted-up underwear. "I'm glad I had the flashing nipples, because otherwise my real ones might have shown, because it was freezing that day," Wilson laughed. "I'm not vain when it comes to comedy. I don't care. I just go for the laugh."