CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- We've nearly reached the end of all the new fall premieres. After the five that make their debut this week, only three more remain. In this week's batch of newbies, the last of the five networks -- The CW -- joins the fray.
Here's a look at what we've got coming up:
• "The Millers": 8:30 p.m. Thursday, CBS. Sitcom from Greg Garcia ("Raising Hope," "My Name is Earl," "Yes, Dear") about a TV reporter whose own divorce spurs his parents to divorce. His mother moves in with him, and his dad moves in with his sister. Starring Will Arnett ("Arrested Development"), Beau Bridges (the "Stargate" franchise), Margo Martindale ("Justified"), Jayma Mays ("Glee") and J.B. Smoove ("'Til Death").
On a side note, though Jayma Mays has a main role on the show, she has said she will still appear on some episodes of "Glee" this season. It will, however, be her last season with the show.
• "Welcome to the Family": 8:30 p.m. Thursday, NBC. Sitcom about a white family and a Latino family brought together by their teens' unplanned pregnancy. Starring Mike O'Malley ("Yes, Dear"), Ricardo Chavira ("Desperate Housewives"), Mary McCormack ("In Plain Sight"), Justina Muchado ("Six Feet Under"), Ella Rae Peck ("Deception") and Joseph Haro ("Awkward").
• "Sean Saves the World": 9 p.m. Thursday, NBC. Sitcom about a divorced father juggling trying to be the best dad ever to his newly moved-in teen daughter with working for a demanding new boss and dealing with his pushy mother. Starring Sean Hayes ("Will & Grace"), Linda Lavin ("Alice"), Thomas Lennon ("Reno 911!"), Megan Hilty ("Smash"), Echo Kellum ("Ben and Kate") and newcomer Samantha Isler as Sean's daughter.
• "The Originals": 9 p.m. Thursday, The CW (then moves to regular 8 p.m. Tuesday timeslot)."The Vampire Diaries" spin-off set in New Orleans and focusing on Klaus and the original vampire family. Starring Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gilles, Claire Holt and Phoebe Tonkin of the original, plus Charles Michael Davis ("Grey's Anatomy"), Danielle Campbell ("Prom"), Leah Pipes ("Pixel Perfect") and Daniella Pineda.