Class Photos: The TV Casts Everyone Is Talking About Right Now
Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt takes an appropriately dark turn in this Masterpiece on PBS two-parter about Victorian serial killer Mary Ann Cotton.
Kenneth Branagh, as novelist Henning Mankell's Inspector Kurt Wallander, spends a few more days on the small screen Wallander: The Final Season on Sundays in May on PBS.
Romola Garai plays the nurse to Michael Gambon's Winston Churchill in the PBS feature-length ITV/Masterpiece film, which follows the prime minister's recovery from a stroke.
Robson Green and James Norton team up to solve the mysteries of 1950s England in this Masterpiece Mystery! series, returning for season 2 in March on PBS.
Julianne Hough and Aaron Tveit are the ones that we want, and on Jan. 31 on Fox, we get them (as Sandy and Danny) during the network's live version of the beloved musical. But first, they bust a move in the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio at the TCAs in Pasadena, California.
Vanessa Hudgens and Keke Palmer help round out the list of Pink Ladies, with Carly Rae Jepsen, Joe Jonas and Mario Lopez joining in the fun, too.
AMERICAN CRIME STORY
David Schwimmer plays Robert Kardashian, Cuba Gooding Jr. is O.J. Simpson and Malcolm-Jamal Warner is AC Cowlings in the upcoming FX tale of former footballer Simpson's murder trial.
AMERICAN CRIME STORY
Also on board for the series, premiering Feb. 2: Sarah Paulson, who plays prosecutor Marcia Clark, and Sterling K. Brown, as fellow prosecutor Christopher Darden.
Mulder and Scully – a.k.a. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson – are back for a miniseries version of their hit sci-fi show, airing on Fox beginning Jan. 24.
Because even cartoon characters like Fox's Tina Belcher should get some time at the TCAs, too.
COOPER BARRETT'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING LIFE
We'd take advice from Meaghan Rath and Jack Cutmore-Scott, stars of this new Fox comedy, anytime.
YOU'RE THE WORST
Correct us if we're wrong, but the cast of the FXX series seems to be having the best, not worst, time.
Seriously, don't mess with Noah Emmerich, Annet Mahendru and Alison Wright, co-stars of The Americans on FX.
MAN SEEKING WOMAN
Looks like the odds are about even for the hilarious young stars of the FXX original.
Who doesn't want to see what happens in an FX series that brings together Louie Anderson and Zach Galifianakis?
Donald Glover (front right) created the 10-episode FX series, which centers on a rapper and his cousin navigating the Atlanta rap scene.
Remember him? Season 2 winner Ruben Studdard hits the portrait studio to promote the final season of Fox's reality hit.
Also back for the party: season 8 winner Kris Allen, who's expecting his second child with wife Katy.
The Golden Globe winner for best drama TV series starring Rami Malek and Christian Slater, who also took home a Globe for the show, is gearing up for an exciting second season of cyber espionage on USA. Time to back up your hard drive!
Red-carpet veterans Brad Goreski and Giuliana Rancic are ready to point out all the style hits and misses this award season on the sixth season of E!'s fashion debate show.
Joining Goreski and Rancic's police force is Margaret Cho, NeNe Leakes and Melissa Rivers, marking the first time the show has had five permanent panelists.
Real-life best friends, Lennon Parham and Jessice St. Clair, have no problem playing nice for the camera. It helps that the USA comedy they created and currently star just got renewed for a third season.
SHADES OF BLUE
Jennifer Lopez goes back to her New York City roots on the NBC drama, which premieres on Jan. 14 and co-stars Ray Liotta. Before the big debut, the two hit the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio at the 2016 Winter TCAs in Pasadena, California.
SHADES OF BLUE
Joining them in the series: Vincent Laresca and Drea de Matteo.
SHADES OF BLUE
Not to mention Dayo Okeniyi, Sarah Jeffrey and Hampton Fluker, who bring extra energy to their shoot.
Give them some space! Miranda Cosgrove and Mia Serafino play 20-somethings who move back in with their parents on the NBC comedy about the "sandwich generation."
The buzz has been big on Eva Longoria's new NBC spoof, which co-stars a sexy cast that includes Jencarlos Canel.
Things might not be so "super" for America Ferrera during her time in the photo booth, but her NBC comedy is faring a bit better.
Code blue? It's all clear for S. Epatha Merkerson and Colin Donnell, featured players in the third installment of NBC's "Chicago Trilogy."
THE CARMICHAEL SHOW
Amber Stevens West, LilRel Howery and Tiffany Haddish will be back for season 2 of the NBC comedy, which creator Jerrod Carmichael told critics will continue to tackle hot-button issues. "I think it's important for content to challenge," he said. "I think people have a need to be challenged and people want to be challenged."
THE BIGGEST LOSER
Popular trainer Bob Harper is hosting the NBC reality show this season, but is obviously still feeling the burn.
GAME OF SILENCE
The stars of this new series – clockwise from top left: Demetrius Grosse, Larenz Tate, Deidrie Henry, Conor O'Farrell, Bre Blair, David Lyons and Michael Raymond-James – obviously take their show's title quite seriously.
From D.L. Hughley to Dr. Hughley, the actor is part of NBC's latest medical show, based on the life of Dr. Kathy Magliato and her book Heart Matters.
William H. Macy and his, well, Shameless crew are back on Showtime this week. But first, they pop into the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio at the 2016 Winter TCAs.
Comedian Andrew Dice Clay himself will be the focus of this scripted Showtime series, set for a six-episode run this year.
Critics are comparing Luke Wilson's new Showtime show to director Cameron Crowe's hit film Almost Famous – probably because it focuses on the behind-the-scenes antics of a rock band and its roadies.
Joining Wilson on the show: SNL vet Finesse Mitchell, who rounds out a cast that includes Carla Gugino and Imogen Poots.
CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS
The spin-off to the popular CBS series, starring Gary Sinise and The Walking Dead's Tyler James Williams (pictured), follows a team of FBI agents who recuse Americans in trouble abroad.
LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
The CW show will bring together characters from Arrow and The Flash, plus a few new faces. Franz Drameh of The Flash is just one of its many stars.
LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
Joining him: The Flash's Wentworth Miller and former Superman and Arrow star Brandon Routh.
The boys of Amazon's Bosch – Lance Reddick and Titus Welliver – hang tough.
Joining them for the TCAs, co-star Jeri Ryan.
This WGN America show is particularly timely: according to Deadline, it focuses on "the Farrell clan, an isolated Appalachian community living on the mountain they've called home for two centuries. They're forced into conflict with a nearby town when a coal mining company decides to set up shop on their land."
HAP AND LEONARD
Fresh off the drama of Mad Men, Hendricks dives into this dark Sundance comedy (premiering March 2) about two best friends and martial arts experts trying to make it in 1980s Texas. After talking it up at the winter 2016 TCAs, she hit the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio for a picture-perfect shoot.
The ever-evolving James Franco helms this Hulu miniseries about a high school teacher who travels back in time to attempt to prevent JFK's assassination.
John Legend (far left) is actually executive producing this WGN America series about slaves fighting for their freedom in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Aaron Paul returns to TV (Hulu this time around) in a series that explores the lives of several family members who, together, are part of a cult.
Most of you already know what's going down on this season, but Ben Higgins still had lots to say about his ABC show on his TCAs panel.
SECRETS & LIES
Michael Ealy promises that season 2 of this ABC series will be "much more emotionally charged" and "more disturbing" than the first.
SECRETS & LIES
Joining him down that dark rabbit hole: Juliette Lewis, who plays the detective to Ealy's private equity firm heir.
THE NIGHT MANAGER
Hugh Laurie makes a return to TV alongside Tom Hiddleston on this AMC thriller, which follows Hiddleston's British soldier Jonathan Pine as he "infiltrates the operation of international arms merchant Richard Roper (Laurie), described as the worst man in the world," according to USA Today.
Obviously everyone is excited for the Feb. 11 return of one of ABC's most popular dramas – especially cast members like Bellamy Young.
One of the ABC series' many attractive stars, Josh Hopkins, buttons up in the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio.
HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER
Or in Matt McGorry's case, How to Get Away with Looking Totally Cute in Those Glasses and T-shirt.
HOFF THE RECORD
Only one person could star in this semi-scripted series, and that person is David Hasselhoff, who leads the six-episode mockumentary, set to air on AXS TV this spring.
PRETTY LITTLE LIARS
It's safe to assume that Lucy Hale revealed very few secrets about the upcoming season of the ABC Family show during her time at the TCAs.
Felicity Huffman, her hair dyed for her role, stars as a high school headmaster in Indiana, determined to protect her school following a sexual assault scandal involving the big-time basketball team.
THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE
Elvis's granddaughter Riley Keough heads up this Starz series – based on a movie of the same name – about the life of call girls.
Kerry Washington plays Anita Hill – a former assistant to Clarence Thomas, who spoke out about his alleged sexual harassment – in the upcoming HBO documentary; Wendell Pierce portrays the Supreme Court Justice in question. After their panel on Thursday, the two popped into the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio for a moment of levity.
Get ready to binge: Rashida Jones leads the cast of this cop spoof, which premieres Jan. 17 on TBS in a commercial-free, 25-hour marathon.
Together, husband and wife Jason Jones and Samantha Bee created this 10-episode TBS series about a family road trip, in which Jones stars as the dad who tries to keep things together as all sorts of hijinks ensue.
Tweens Ashley Gerasimovich and Liam Carroll star as Jones's kids; actress Natalie Zea (not pictured) plays Mom.
There's already buzz about this TNT series thanks to a trailer that features a shirtless Scott Speedman, who stars as the head of his family's business – which just happens to be illegal.
BROADWAY: BEYOND THE GOLDEN AGE
Why yes, Carol Burnett is returning to the screen, this time around in a documentary about the big Broadway moments of 1959 through the early 1980s. Her piece of the program is about her storied run in the Broadway musical Once Upon a Mattress.
LOVE FINDS YOU IN …
Valentine's Day will be even sweeter this year, as Ed Asner joins the cast of the Up TV Love Finds You in series, his called Love Finds You in Valentine, a romantic jaunt that takes place in a small Nebraska ranching town called – you guessed it – Valentine.
Reza Aslan's latest project is the Ovation talk show Rough Draft with Reza Aslan, which "features the author and religious scholar hosting writers of every stripe – film, television, music or literature, as well as an accompanying musical guest, an audience in the round, and a dash of alcohol, in the hopes of loosening tongues," according to the Los Angeles Times.
Aslan's first guest? Legendary producer Norman Lear, who will appear on the series' Feb. 28 debut.
Action Bronson comes to the TCAs not just to talk about a new show, but a whole new network, Viceland, helmed by director Spike Jonze and taking over History Channel spinoff H2. Bronson's series is called F--- That's Delicious, which follows the rapper and his pals on their eating and performing adventures around the world.
ZOE EVER AFTER
Former '90s star Brandy is back on BET's Zoe Ever After, but is sure to stop by the Getty and PEOPLE portrait studio during her time at the 2016 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour presentations in Pasadena, California.
Hilary Duff (second from left) and Sutton Foster (third from right) lead the charge on this TV Land show, which returns for season 2 on Jan. 13 at 10 p.m.