A couple of new TV shows are premiering this week:

Premiering on October 16 is the CW drama Emily Owens, M.D. created by Jennie Snyder Urman (Something Borrowed) and starring Mamie Gummer, Justin Hartley, Michael Rady, Aja Naomi King, Kelly McCreary and Necar Zadegan. The show’s score is composed by Jim Dooley (Pushing Daisies, When a Stranger Calls). The series follows a newly minted doctor looking for a fresh start in the adult professional world, who discovers that life at the hospital where she works is no different than high school. Check out our previous article for more information about the drama, which will be airing every Tuesday night on the CW.

Premiering tonight is Nick at Nite’s first scripted comedy See Dad Run created by Tina Albanese and Patrick Labyorteaux and starring Scott Baio, Alanna Ubach, Ryan Newman, Bailey Michelle Brown, Jackson Brundage, Ramy Youssef and Mark Curry. Rick Marotta who is best known for writing the theme and the score for the hit comedy Everybody Loves Raymond is scoring the show, which follows a successful TV actor who becomes a stay-at-home dad, while his wife returns to the big screen. The sitcom will be airing every Sunday night on Nick at Nite. For updates on the show, visit the official series website.

Making its series debut on Tuesday, October 16 is MTV’s scripted comedic drama Underemployed produced by Craig Wright (Dirty Sexy Money, Six Feet Under) and starring Michelle Ang, Sarah Habel, Jared Kusnitz, Inbar Lavi and Diego Boneta. John Hermanson is the composer of the show, which follows a group of five friends a year after their college graduation as they deal with dead-end jobs, terrible bosses and romantic mistakes. To learn more about the series, which will air every Tuesday night on MTV, visit the official show website.

Premiering this week is the HBO original movie The Girl directed by Julian Jarrold and starring Toby Jones as Alfred Hitchcock and Sienna Miller as Tippi Hedren, as well as Imelda Staunton and Penelope Wilton. The film’s score is composed by Philip Miller (Catch a Fire). The drama will premiere this Saturday, October 20 on HBO. For more information about the film, which movie chronicles the obsessive relationship the director had with the actress, visit our scoring assignment announcement and the official movie website.