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In a clear effort to underline this traditional mandate, the new landscape is awash in the familiar and the tried-and-true. Big name icons abound. Chevy Chase is a senior returning to community college in NBC's ensemble comedy "Community"; Kelsey Grammer is back as a downsized executive forced to return to his humble roots in ABC's "Hank"; Patricia Heaton is an overwhelmed, Midwest working mom in ABC's "The Middle"; Jenna Elfman gets pregnant by a man half her age in CBS's "Accidentally on Purpose"; and Courtney Cox flails about as a newly divorced mom in ABC's "Cougar Town."

On the dramatic side, Julianna Margulies and Chris Noth are a disgraced political couple in CBS's "The Good Wife," and movie names Chris O'Donnell and Joseph Fiennes bring extra wattage to the CBS spinoff "NCIS: Los Angeles" and ABC's mysterious serial about a worldwide effort to understand a 2-1/2-minute global glimpse into the future of the planet, "Flash Forward," respectively.

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