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Amazon's Pilot Season returns next week, which means once again us viewers get to decide which shows are commissioned as full series and which go to the graveyard of dreams in the sky.

So what's on offer? 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' is written and directed by 'Gilmore Girls' creator Amy Sherman-Palladino. It follows the eponymous housewife in 1958 as she leaves her comfortable Manhattan home to try and break into Greenwich Village's stand-up comedy scene.

It stars Rachel Brosnahan ('House of Cards'), Michael Zegen ('Boardwalk Empire') and Tony Shalhoub ('Monk').

'Oasis', based on Michael Faber's novel 'The Book of Strange New Things', sees a chaplain (played by Richard Madden) travel to the distant planet Oasis to help establish a colony. Anil Kapoor, Haley Joel Osment and Mark Addy also star.

Those are the two hour-long pilots. The other three are half-hour shows.

'The Legend of Master Legend' follows Las Vegas-based street hero Master Legend's struggle to support his family, while 'Budding Prospects' sees three city boys head to North Carolina to grow marijuana.

The last show is 'The New V.I.P.'s', an animated adult comedy. Its premise? Low-level employees take control of a major corporation after accidentally killing their boss.

Viewers will be able to vote for which of these they'd like to see as full series, so get watching.

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