Monday, September 12, 2016

Get Ready For Fall TV {2016}

TV shows are no longer watched on only traditional stations or televisions anymore (hello Netflix and iPads!), which is great for people who don't have a TV, but bad for people who like to keep up with everything, like me. But since I can't watch everything or I would I would never have time to read or sleep, I'm going to watch the few that interest me the most.

I'm most looking forward to The Crown, Designated Survivor, The Good Place, Falling Water, Luke Cage, Incorporated, Timeless, and Van Helsing. I don't know if I'll stick with all of these, but I'm always willing to give a show an episode or two to woo me. 


Bull stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull in a drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time. Brilliant, brash and charming, Dr. Bull is the ultimate puppet master as he combines psychology, human intuition and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses and the accused tick. (Premieres September 20 on CBS)

Lawyer and former First Daughter Hayes Morrison (Hayley Atwell) is about to accept a job offered from her sexy nemesis, NY District Attorney Wayne Wallis, to avoid jail time for cocaine possession and avoid hurting her mother's Senate campaign. Working with his team at the new Conviction Integrity Unit will let her use her brilliant mind to turn over cases where there is credible suspicion of wrongful conviction, and give her a chance to turn things around with her high-powered political family. (Premieres October 3 on ABC)

Designated Survivor
Tom Kirkman (Keifer Sutherland), a lower-level cabinet member who is suddenly appointed President of the United States after a catastrophic attack on the US Capitol during the State of the Union. Kirkman will struggle to keep the country and his own family from falling apart, while navigating the highly-volatile political arena and while leading the search to find who is responsible for the attack. (Premieres September 21 on ABC)

Adaptation of the Norwegian crime thriller, it's a show that follows a horrific crime story through the unlucky and unlikely eyes of two innocent witnesses. It's a bone chilling thrill ride that not only exposes the details of a crime, but also the secrets of the witnesses who watched. (Premieres October 16 on USA Network)

A disgraced lawyer, now an ambulance chaser, gets a case that could bring him redemption or at least revenge on the firm which expelled him. Starring Billy Bob Thornton, Tania Raymonde, and Molly Parker. (Premieres October 14 on Amazon)

Good Behavior
Letty Raines is a thief and con artist who is always one bad decision from implosion. Fresh out of prison, she's attempting to stay afloat. But when she overhears a hit man being hired to kill a man's wife, she sets out to derail the job, sending her on a wild collision course with the killer. Starring Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto. (Premieres November 15 on TNT)

Lethal Weapon
Combining action and drama with friendship and humor, this show reimagines the hit movie franchise, as it follows cop duo Riggs and Murtaugh, who work in modern-day Los Angeles. Grief-stricken ex-Navy SEAL-turned-detective Martin Riggs (Clayne Crawford) moves to California to start over at the LAPD. He’s paired up with Roger Murtaugh (Damon Wayans), who’s just coming back to the job after a near-fatal heart attack. Riggs’ penchant for diving headfirst into the line of fire immediately clashes with Murtaugh’s prudent, by-the-book technique. (Premieres on September 21 on FOX)

Notorious centers on the relationship between charismatic defense attorney Jake Gregorian (Daniel Sunjata) and powerhouse TV producer Julia George (Piper Perabo), as they attempt to control the media, the justice system and ultimately each other. When Jake's clients find themselves in the nation's spotlight, he uses the media to sway public opinion. Meanwhile, Julia, the executive producer of Louise Herrick Live, the number one TV news program in the country, capitalizes on Jake's clients' notoriety. Together, they make great TV and determine the nation's headlines. (Premieres September 22 on ABC)

The dramatic and inspirational story of a young pitcher who becomes the first woman to play Major League Baseball. A beautiful, tough and gifted athlete, Ginny Baker (Kylie Bunbury) is vaulted into instant fame when she’s called up by the San Diego Padres to make her Major League debut. Like any rookie, Ginny must prove herself to her teammates. Foremost among them is Mike Lawson (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), the team’s ruggedly handsome star catcher. (Premieres September 22 on FOX)

Pure Genius
A unique medical drama centered around a young Silicon Valley tech billionaire who builds the ultimate cutting-edge hospital that treats only the most rare and insurmountable medical mysteries—at no cost. Lending credibility to this new venture is a maverick surgeon who’s the first to discover that his boss’s mission is to get bureaucracy out of medicine, use the most forward thinkers in technology, and just save lives—including his own. Starring Dulmot Mulroney, Odette Annable, and Brenda Song. (Premieres October 27 on CBS)

The Crown
This story reveals the political rivalries and romance behind Queen Elizabeth II's reign and the events that shaped the 2nd half of the 20th century. Starring John Lithgow, Claire Foy, and Matt Smith. (Premieres November 4 on Netflix)

This Is Us
Starring Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, and Sterling K. Brown, this refreshingly honest and provocative series follows a unique ensemble. As their paths cross and their life stories intertwine in curious ways, we find that several of them share the same birthday and so much more than anyone would expect. (Premieres September 20 on NBC)


American Housewife
Katie Otto, a confident, unapologetic wife and mother of three, raises her flawed family in the wealthy town of Westport, Connecticut, filled with "perfect" mommies and their "perfect" offspring. Katie's perfectly imperfect world is upended when her neighbor's decision to move notches her up from her ideal social standing and sets her on a path to ensure that doesn't happen, regardless of the consequences. (Premieres October 11 on ABC)

Two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families. Starring Donald Glover as Earn, Brian Tyree Henry as Paper Boi, and Lakeith Stanfield as Darius. (On Tuesdays at 10pm on FX, two episodes already)

Sarah Jessica Parker stars as Frances, a woman who suddenly begins to reassess her life and her marriage, and finds that making a clean break and a fresh start is harder than she thought. (Premieres October 9 on HBO)

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
Three generations of Gilmore women grapple with change and the complicated bonds of family during one year in Stars Hollow. Starring Laura Graham, Alexis Blehdel, Kelly Bishop, and Scott Patterson. (Premieres November 25 on Netflix)

A half-hour comedy series about two friends navigating the tricky professional and personal terrain of L.A. Starring Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Jay Ellis and Lisa Joyce. (Premieres October 9 on HBO)

Kevin Can Wait
Kevin James returns to series television in an irresistible comedy about a newly retired police officer looking forward to quality time with his family—and his fellow retired cops. When his oldest daughter announces she’s dropping out of college to support her fiancĂ©, Kevin knows his only choice is to move them both into his home to keep her in school. (Premieres September 19 on CBS)

Man With A Plan
A comedy about a contractor Adam (Matt LeBlanc) who starts spending more time with his kids and discovers the truth all parents eventually realize: Their little angels are maniacs. Adam feels fully equipped to take on more parenting responsibilities when his wife, Andi, returns to the workforce after being a stay-at-home mom for 13 years. However, Adam is blindsided by how tough it is to wrangle three messy kids who can’t live without Wi-Fi. (Premieres October 24 on CBS)

No Tomorrow
The series will follow a woman (Tori Anderson) who becomes involved with a free-spirited guy (Joshia Sasse) who inspires her to make an "apocalyst," a list of things to do before the world ends—which he claims will be in eight months and twelve days. With the help of her friends, they try to find out if he can be taken seriously while completing the bucket list. (Premieres October 4 on The CW)

Maya DiMeo (Minnie Driver) is a mom on a mission who will do anything for her husband Jimmy, her kids Ray, Dylan, and JJ, her eldest son with cerebral palsy. As Maya fights injustices both real and imagined, the family works to make a new home for themselves, and searches for just the right person to give JJ his "voice." (Premieres September 21 on ABC)

The Good Place
A smart, unique new comedy about what makes a good person. The show follows Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell), an ordinary woman who enters the afterlife and, thanks to some kind of error, is sent to the Good Place instead of the Bad Place, which is definitely where she belongs. While hiding in plain sight from Michael (Ted Danson), the wise architect of the Good Place (who doesn't know he's made a mistake), she's determined to shed her old way of living and discover the awesome (or, at least, the pretty good) person within. (Premieres September 19 on ABC)


When the world as they know it starts coming to an end, the Copeland family must face terrifying supernatural creatures and unprecedented disasters, such as massive storms, meteor impacts, plague, and the rapid decline of civilization. Will they be able to make it through and figure out how to stop it? Starring Anne Heche and James Turner. (Premieres September 27 on Syfy)

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
A science-fiction detective series based on the Douglas Adams novel series of the same name. follows the adventures of Dirk Gently (Samuel Barnett), an eccentric time-traveling "holistic detective", and his reluctant sidekick Todd Brotzman (Elijah Wood). (Premieres October 22 on BBC America)

Falling Water
A mind-bending drama, Falling Water is the story of three unrelated people, who slowly realize that they are dreaming separate parts of a single common dream.  Each of them is on a mysterious and highly personal quest — one is searching for his missing girlfriend, one is searching for a lost child, one is looking to cure his catatonic mother — and it is the clues found in their collective dream that come to guide them. (Premieres October 13 on USA Network)

In 2016, NYPD Detective Raimy Sullivan (Peyton List) discovers that she is able to speak to her deceased father Frank Sullivan in 1996 via his old ham radio. Her attempts to save his life trigger the "butterfly effect," changing the present in unforeseen ways. To fix the damage, she must work with her father across time to solve a decades-old murder case. (Premieres October 5 on The CW) 

Set in a future where companies have seemingly unlimited power, this show centers around Ben Larson (Sean Teale), a young executive who risks everything to infiltrate the all-controlling corporate world and save the woman he loves. In the process, he will take on the entire system with deadly consequences. Starring Julia Ormond, Dennis Haysbert, and Allison Miller. (Premieres November 30 on Syfy)

Luke Cage
A hoodie-wearing, unbreakable ex-con fights to clear his name and save his neighborhood. He wasn't looking for a fight, but the people need a hero. Starring Mike Colter, Alfre Woodard, and Rosario Dawson. (Premieres September 30 on Netflix)

The Exorcist
This new show is a psychological thriller following two very different priests tackling one family’s case of horrifying demonic possession. Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera) is progressive, ambitious and compassionate. He runs a small, but loyal, parish in the suburbs of Chicago. He has no idea that his quiet life is about to change forever. Deep in the slums of Mexico City, another priest has found himself locked in a life-and-death struggle with evil. Father Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels) is a modern-day Templar Knight, an orphan raised since childhood by the Vatican to wage war against its enemies. (Premieres September 23 on FOX)

A mysterious criminal 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, a soldier and a history professor who use the machine's prototype to travel back in time to critical events. While they must make every effort not to affect the past themselves, they must also stay one step ahead of this dangerous fugitive. (Premieres October 3 on NBC)

Van Helsing
Set in the near future where vampires have risen and taken control, Vanessa Van Helsing (Kelly Overton) is humanity's last hope as her unique blood composition gives her the ability to turn vampires human. With this secret weapon, Vanessa becomes a prime target for the vampires. (Premieres September 23 on Syfy)

Westworldis a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin. Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, it explores a world in which every human appetite, no matter how noble or depraved, can be indulged. Starring Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, and Thandie Newton. (Premieres October 2 on HBO)

Which new shows will you be watching?

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