This year's crop of new shows heading to TV this fall is full of familiar faces.
Among the stars appearing at CBS' annual kick-off party for the upcoming season Tuesday night was former Entourage actor Jeremy Piven, who is starring in a new drama, Wisdom of the Crowd.
“This character is completely different from the characters that I’ve done before," Piven said. "He is a former tech wizard guy and he gives it all up to deal with the murder of his daughter."
Jaleel White, who found success as beloved dweeb Steve Urkel on Family Matters in the 90s, will be starring on the new CBS comedy Me, Myself and I along with Saturday Night Live alum Bobby Moynihan
Following his SNL departure, Moynihan has moved to Los Angeles after years in New York City.
“I’ve been here for 36 hours and I’ve never had more people tell me what farmers market to go to,” he joked.
Aisha Tyler returns to Criminal Minds after her emotional farewell as co-host on The Talk. Last year, she was promoted to series regular on Criminal Minds as forensic psychologist Dr. Tara Lewis.
“I had to give up something I really love to do something else I really love. It was very painful but I feel it’s the right move,” she said.
Rob Lowe will once again don the scrubs in a new season of Code Black.
The former Parks and Rec star is excited to return as a doctor whose specialty is combat medicine.
Lowe, who rose to fame in the "Brat Pack" films of the 80s, admits he has a tough time with some of the medical terms.
“Even though I can't pronounce medical jargon, I do know what to do,” he told Inside Edition.
His co-star, Marcia Gay Harden, gave him a good-natured ribbing.
“Rob Lowe makes bad grammar look bad,” she joked. “Ask Rob about medical jargon. He's the worst, the worst.”