NBC may not have made their decision about Hannibal yet, but they have picked up a few new shows already for next fall. Good news, too - judging by the trailers, all in all it looks like a promising bunch. Maybe Jack Donaghy isn't running this network after all.

First, we've got The Blacklist, which sees James Spader starring as one of the country's most wanted fugitives who agrees to help the FBI track down a terrorist named Ranko Zamani on the condition that he's able to work with rookie profiler Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone). Also, Zamani really looks like he could really give Abu Nazir a run for his money.

Then there's the Blair Underwood-starring Ironside, which is basically the same thing as the 1960's series of the same name. It follows a cop who, though he's confined to a wheelchair, still manages to kick ass. He's also got immense upper body strength!

Then there's Dracula, which stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the legendary vampire chillin' like a villain in Victorian London. His life is pretty great until he meets a woman who looks exactly like his dead wife - then shit gets weird. Even the lives of the undead are stressful.

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[via Vulture]