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Amazon has unveiled its latest slate of original pilots — and, per usual, will let fan votes determine which ones get full series orders.

The five shows in Amazon’s third pilot offering include three half-hour comedies — Red Oaks,The Cosmopolitans and Really — as well as two dramas, Hand of God and Hysteria. Viewers can watch the shows here, and rate/comment on them.

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Get details on the shows below:

The Cosmopolitans: Starring Adam Brody and Chloe SevignyThe Cosmopolitans features a group of young American expats who are searching for love and friendship while living in Paris.

Hand of God: The drama stars Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy) as Judge Pernell, who experiences a religious awakening and begins hearing voices through his son, who is on a ventilator. Dana Delany co-stars as his wife. Perlman will also produce, along with Marc Forster(Finding Neverland), who’s directing the pilot, and writer Ben Watkins.

Hysteria: Mena Suvari stars in this thriller as a young neurologist who’s called back to her hometown to investigate a highly contagious psycho-physiological epidemic that may be spread through social media.

Really: Jay Chandrasekhar (Super Troopers) wrote, directed and stars in this single-camera ensemble comedy, which features a group of friends grasping on to what’s left of their youth and dealing with the ups and downs of marriage. Selma Blair and Sarah Chalke also star.

Red Oaks: This ’80s-set, coming-of-age comedy from Steven Soderbergh and David Gordon Green tells the story of a college student who’s enjoying his last hurrah of summer while working at the Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey.

Amazon’s most recently picked-up series, Transparent, was given a series order in March and will premiere on Sept. 26. The dramedy stars Jeffrey TamborJudith Light and Gaby Hoffman.

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