Pilot season is now in high gear for the TV networks -- the time of year programmers decide which shows will make their fall schedules. Most pilots will never air, but some may stand a better chance because they feature big-name actors:
MICHAEL J. FOX (Untitled NBC comedy) -- A husband and father of three with Parkinson's disease goes back to work as a news anchor.
RUPERT GRINT ("Super Clyde," CBS) -- A meek fast food worker decides to become a superhero.
GREG KINNEAR ("Rake," Fox) -- An adaptation of an Australian series about a brilliant but self-destructive criminal defense lawyer.
CHRISTINA RICCI ("Girlfriend in a Coma," (NBC) -- A woman wakes up from a 20-year coma to find out she has a 17-year-old daughter.
EMMA ROBERTS ("Delirium," Fox) -- She plays a young woman who falls in love -- in a futuristic world where love is illegal.
BLAIR UNDERWOOD("Ironside," NBC) -- Update of the old Raymond Burr wheelchair-bound detective series.
REBEL WILSON ("Super Fun Night," ABC) -- Comedy about three nerdy female friends, who vow to have "super fun" every Friday night.