Watch the Trailers for CBS's New Series, Including Hostages, Intelligence, and Mom (VIDEO)

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CBS's load of new shows may not have the sexy superheroes or vampires or robot cops that those of its fellow broadcast networks have (isn't the NCIS crew enough?), but it does have a ton of familiar faces. CBS's 2013-2014 schedule is banking on stars rather than loglines to keep its winning streak going, and in its new series you'll recognize Toni Collette, Josh Holloway, Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Tony Shalhoub, Kal Penn, Will Arnett, and Anna Faris. So why not get a good look at them now? Below you'll find the trailers for the network's new series, including the thriller Hostages and the comedies Mom and The Crazy Ones. Watch 'em, and then don't forget to tell us what you think about each one by voting in the corresponding polls. 


Hostages – Mondays at 10pm

A surgeon (Toni Collette) who's about to operate on the president of the United States is forced to botch the job by a rogue FBI agent (Dylan McDermott)... or he'll kill her family! 


Intelligence – Mondays at 10pm (midseason)

A hot secret operative (Josh Holloway) has his brain implanted with a high-tech microchip... that allows his to brain to tap into WiFi and satellites and all that stuff!


We Are Men – Monday at 8:30pm

A young man (Chris Smith) who was recently ditched at the altar moves into a short-term housing complex... where he pals around with older divorced guys (Kal Penn, Tony Shalhoub, and Jerry O'Connell)!


Mom – Monday at 9:30pm

Anna Faris is a recently divorced mom and recovering alcoholic looking for a place to get away... and finds it in California's wine country! 


The Millers – Thursday at 8:30pm

Will Arnett plays a recently divorced man (LOTS OF DIVORCED PEOPLE COMING TO CBS)... who must also deal with his parents' turbulent relationship!


The Crazy Ones – Thursday at 9pm

Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar play a father and daughter... who work at the same advertising agency!




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