"Crowned: The Mother of all Pageants" -- A reality competition that features mother-daughter teams working together to win a beauty pageant.
Returning: "Survivor" and "Big Brother"
New: "Million Dollar Password" -- This game show modernizes "Password" and will feature two teams of one celebrity and one contestant competing to guess a password revealed only to the studio audience and viewers at home. Philbin is the host.
"Power of 10" is a high-stakes game that challenges contestants to guess the behaviors, opinions and lifestyle choices of the American public for the chance to win $10 million.
"Do You Trust ME?" -- Hosted by Carlson, this game show asks strangers to wager how much they trust each other.
Returning: "The Bachelor," "Dancing With the Stars," "Supernanny," "Wife Swap," "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"
New: "Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann" -- Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba of "Dancing With the Stars" are choreographers who will coach their own dance teams through a new routine each week. Viewers will choose a favorite between Inaba's and Tonioli's teams, with the losing coach having to eliminate a troupe member.
"Duel" is a game show that sees contestants battle head to head for a bid to win a "big money jackpot." It could premiere in December.
"Wanna Bet?" -- Celebrities bet on stunt-performing contestants.
"The Big Give" -- From Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Productions, the show centers on the competition, drama and emotion as millions of dollars are given away to make a difference in people's lives.
"Just for Laughs" -- This hidden-camera comedy series cuts across cultural boundaries, entertaining audiences of all ages and demographics by mixing practical jokes, hidden cameras and unsuspecting victims.
"Here Come the Newlyweds" -- Freshly married couples compete for a cash prize, focusing more on the humorous aspects of (newly) married life and not so much on exploiting human drama and misery.