NBC Pilot Pickups: First Cast Looks!

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With its Upfront presentation just a few days away, during which the network will unveil its official 2012-2013 schedule, NBC made a number of pilot announcements this week.

The struggling Peacock has ordered seven shows to series, and we've got your first look below at cast portraits from each one. (Continue to visit our NBC New Show gallery for more as news breaks.)

Chicago Fire: Centers on the life of firefighters in The Windy City. Stars Taylor Kinney, Jesse Spencer, Monica Raymund, former David Eigenberg, Eamonn Walker, Lauren German and Charlie Barnett.

Chicago Fire Cast Photo

Revolution: From J.J. Abrams, focuses on survivors in a world without electricity. Stars: Anna Lise Phillips, Graham Rogers, Tim Guiee, David Lyons, Billy Burke as Miles, Tracy Spiridakos, Andrea Roth, Maria Howell, Zak Orth, Giancarlo Esposito.

Revolution Cast Photo

1600 Penn: A comedy about a quirky First Family. Stars Benjamin Stockham, Martha MacIsaacs, Bill Pullman, Amara Miller, Josh Gad, Jenna Elfman and Andre Holland.

1600 Penn Cast Photo

Animal Practice: Imagine Gregory House, as a veterinarian. Stars Justin Kirk, Bobby Lee, Tyler Labine and Crystal (monkey).

Animal Practice Cast Photo

Save Me: Anne Heche stars as a woman who thinks she's channeling God. Also features Heather Burns, Alexandra Breckenridge, Michael Landes, Madison Davenport and Lamman Rucker.

Save Me Cast Photo

Go On: Matthew Perry is a troubled sports talk radio host. Also features Allison Miller, Khary Payton, Laura Benanti and Julie White.

Go On Cast Photo

The New Normal: Sitcom from Ryan Murphy about a gay couple and its surrogate. Stars Ellen Barkin, Andrew Rannells, Georgia King, Bebe Woods and Justin Bartha.

The New Normal Cast Photo

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They can keep those last five shows. UGGGGH. Chicago Fire is full of eye-candy, but maybe it will turn out to be a decent drama; Revolution is from JJ, so that means instant-watch, at least for the first couple of episodes :P