AIRS: 8 p.m. Wednesdays, NBC, Channel 36. Debuts Sept. 24.
IT'S ABOUT: Remake of the 1980s smart-car series. NBC's new KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand) has artificial intelligence, can hack any computer and can morph into different kinds of cars.
STARRING: Justin Bruening, Deanna Russo, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Bruce Davison.
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WASHBURN'S TAKE: Unpreviewed.
AIRS: 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, CBS, Channel 3. Debuts Sept. 24.
IT'S ABOUT: Romance about divorce. Both people are moving on to new relationships, but are still connected through their kids.
STARRING: Jay Mohr, Paula Marshall, Jaime King, Ryan Malgarini, Kathryn Newton, Al Madrigal, Ed Begley Jr.
WASHBURN'S TAKE: Well cast and brightly written. Paula Marshall is terrific as the controlling ex-wife.
AIRS: 9 p.m. Wednesdays, CW, Channel 46. Debuts Oct. 22.
IT'S ABOUT: Eleven aspiring stylists try to get a job with Elle magazine. Each week, they handle a fashion assignment.
STARRING: Anne Slowey, Elle's fashion news director, who fires one each week.
WASHBURN'S TAKE: A journalistic “Apprentice.”
Do Not Disturb
AIRS: 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Fox, Channel 18. Debuts Wednesday.
IT'S ABOUT: Staff of hip New York hotel is focused entirely on sex.
STARRING: Niecy Nash, Jerry O'Connell, Molly Stanton, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jolene Purdy.
WASHBURN'S TAKE: Over-the-top sex farce, big on bedsheets, thin on laughs.