5 New Network TV Series I Can’t Wait to Watch This Fall
It's my favorite time of year: Fall TV season. Here are a few new network series being introduced I'm willing to add to my watching roster.
I love seeing previews for new shows, and trying to pick out what shows I think will be cancelled within a few episodes, and which could actually catch on. ABC is peddling 'A Million Little Things', it's answer to NBC's 'This Is Us', really hard. But I'm not sold on it. A show I really wanted to put on my list is 'The Rookie', just because it's Nathan Fillion seems to have some sort of Midas touch, but since I kept this to just five series, it didn't make the cut.
What new shows are you excited to watch? Let me know in the comment box below!
I'm always on the lookout for anything that could fill my Lost void. Manifest could be it.
Plot: After a turbulent, but routine, flight the passengers and crew discover the world has aged five years, yet no time has passed for them, and soon a deeper mystery unfolds.
Starring: Josh Dallas (Once Upon A Time)
Airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on NBC starting Sept. 24th.
The cast of Single Parents has me most intrigued, with heavy hitters like Brad Garrett, Taran Killiam (Saturday Night Live), and Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl).
Plot: A group of single parents form their own support system as they raise their kids and struggle to start new relationships.Airs Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. on ABC starting Sept. 26th.
Ryan Eggold is one of the most underrated actors and heartthrobs in television. From a meek school teacher on the 90210 reboot, to hitman on The Blacklist, Eggold takes on the role of doctor, throwing his hat in the ring to become TV's new McDreamy.
Plot: A new medical director breaks the rules to heal the system at America's oldest public hospital.
Airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC starting Sept. 25th.
Knowing that Homeland is coming to an end, and my obsession with all-things 'true crime', FBI is high on my list. Especially since it comes from Law & Order creator Dick Wolf.
Plot: Procedural drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the FBI, bringing to bear all the Bureau's skills, intellect and mind-blowing technology to keep New York and the country safe.
Airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on CBS starting September 25th.
Even in my 40s, I love a good high school drama. And this one look like it's got grit. Also, All American is rare in the CW universe, which has become dominated by superhero series.
Plot: When a star high school football player from South Central is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High School, two separate worlds collide.
Starring: Taye Diggs
Airs Wednesdays on The CW.