Top 10 new Fall TV shows 2016
September 7, 2016 |
By Dani Dudek
Fall TV shows

So many channels, so many new shows… this was a tough task. I had thought about looking on Likewise for different TV shows to watch, but I forgot, I’ll have to step up my game next time.

It’s no secret that we love us some TV.

Furthermore, with directv packages and other similar TV and internet packages soaring in popularity, deciding what to watch can be tough!

That being said, with streaming services also on the rise, getting access to all the latest shows and films has never been easier. You can access the shows with a VPN even if it is not available in your region. Read this astrill vpn review or any similar VPN to choose one that has proper streaming capabilities.

All summer long, we wait with mounting anticipation for the Fall TV shows to premiere.

Thank goodness we have Big Brother to tide us over.

And now that BB is about to finale (btw, it’s doubtful we’ll watch season 19 on the CBS All Access app), it’s time to take a look at the Fall TV shows we are most excited for.

#1 – Pitch (FOX) – Premieres Thursday, September 22, 9/8c

Pitch tells the emotional story of the first woman to play Major League Baseball.

Here’s a sneak peek:

#2 – Case Closed (CBS) – Premieres Sunday, September 18, 830/730c

Case Closed is a six-hour limited event docu-thriller that re-examines the unsolved JonBenét Ramsey murder case 20 years later.

Check it out:

#3 – This is Us (NBC) – Premieres Tuesday, September 20, 10/9c

It appears that all of NBC’s eggs are in this basket because they have been promoting the crap out of this show for months. This refreshingly honest and provocative series (so says NBC) follows a unique ensemble as their paths cross and their life stories intertwine in curious ways.

Watch a preview of the series which bills Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia as the stars:

#4 – The Good Place (NBC) – Monday, September 19, 10/9c

We’re not actually sure this is going to be a good show but it’s Ted Danson and Kristen Bell. It’s Sam Malone! And Veronica Mars! What could go wrong? Probably everything. We’re watching anyway.

Take a peek at the series, which takes place in heaven:

#5 – Speechless (ABC) – Wednesday, September 21, 830/730c

Minnie Driver is back on TV as the mom of a special-needs child. The series revolves around the family as they tackle day-to-day challenges and, apparently, create many of their own.

Here’s a look:

#6 – Son of Zorn (FOX) – Sunday, September 25, 830/730c

I am not a fan of cartoons but this show looks hilarious. Maybe that’s because it’s only partially animated.

Jason Sudeikis stars as the animated warrior from a faraway island in the Pacific Ocean returns to Orange County, CA, to win back his live-action ex-wife and teenage son.

Laugh out loud as you view this sneak:

#7 – Notorious (ABC) – Thursday, September 22, 9/8c

It’s no surprise that we look forward to this one as it is set in the world of TV news.

Notorious stars Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata as a charismatic attorney and a powerhouse television producer that attempt to control the media, the justice system and, ultimately, each other.

Take a look:

#8 – Better Things (FX) – Premieres Thursday, September 8, 10/9c

This new half-hour dramedy focuses on an actress who is juggling the pressures of working in Hollywood and being a single parent to three daughters.

The show was created by Louis CK and Pamela Adlon who also serves as the producer, writer and lead actor. Girl Power!

Here’s a little bit of what you can expect from the show Adlon dedicates to her real-life daughters:

#9 – Timeless (NBC) – Premieres Monday, October 3, 10/9c

It’s very highly doubtful this show will make it.

But it’s Quantum Leap and we like it!

This thrilling action-adventure series involves a mysterious criminal who steals a secret state-of-the-art time machine, intent on destroying America as we know it by changing the past. Our only hope is an unexpected team: a scientist, soldier and history professor who must use the machine’s prototype to travel back in time to critical events.

#10 – Divorce (HBO) – Premieres Sunday, October 9, 10/9c

This is the latest premiere date in the Fall season we chose to feature. And it’s not the only late season show we’re excited about. But, we had to choose one to round out the list (sorry The Crown, Rocky Horror, Gilmore Girls, etc).

Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church and Molly Shannon star in this series about the struggles of, yep, you guessed it, divorce.

So it’s a precursor to a Sex and the City reboot? One can only hope.

Here’s what you can expect from SJP and the gang:

So what are the odds on all of these series making it? Well, that’s a whole ‘nother story.

Cheers to a successful season.

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