Bradley Cooper Guests in CBS's First 'Limitless' Trailer

It was announced earlier on Wednesday that Bradley Cooper -- who starred in the 2011 "Limitless" film -- would be a recurring guest star on the CBS "Limitless" TV series, set to debut this fall. And clearly, he doesn't take long to show up -- he's right in the first seconds of the trailer for the show, released by the network earlier today as part of its upfront presentation.

The "Limitless" TV series stars Jake McDorman as Brian Finch, who (like Cooper's Eddie Morra in the original film) unlocks his full potential via the drug NZT. Here, he's recruited by the FBI to help solve cases. The show is set to air 10 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Here's the official description of the series:

LIMITLESS, based on the feature film, is a fast-paced drama about Brian Finch (Jake McDorman), who discovers the brain-boosting power of the mysterious drug NZT and is coerced by the FBI into using his extraordinary cognitive abilities to solve complex cases for them. Working closely with Brian in the major case squad in New York City is Special Agent Rebecca Harris (Jennifer Carpenter), a formidable investigator with a dark past, and Special Agent Boyle (Hill Harper), a former military officer and Rebecca's confidante. They report to Special Agent in Charge Nasreen "Naz" Pouran (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio), a canny manipulator of the reins of power. Unbeknownst to the FBI, Brian also has a clandestine relationship with Senator Edward Mora (Academy Award nominee Bradley Cooper, recurring), a presidential hopeful and regular user of NZT who has plans of his own for his new protégé. Fueled now with a steady supply of NZT that enables him to use 100% of his brain capacity, Brian is more effective than all of the FBI agents combined, making him a criminal's worst nightmare and the greatest asset the Bureau has ever possessed. Craig Sweeny, Marc Webb, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Heather Kadin, Bradley Cooper, Todd Phillips, Ryan Kavanaugh, Tucker Tooley and Tom Forman are executive producers for CBS Television Studios in association with K/O Paper Products and Relativity Television. The pilot was directed by Marc Webb ("The Amazing Spider-Man" 1 and 2 Feature Films).

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