September and October are a TV junkies’ dream, with the hottest new shows premiering across all networks.
Every year we are blessed with new shows that stick around for years — gems such as Empire, This is US, Scandal, Chicago Fire, The Blacklist, and others that are huge successes. While it can be hard to tell which new shows will make it, it’s always exciting to test them out and add them to your cozy evening fall lineup. Women’s Post has decided to compile a list of the most buzzworthy new shows, reboots, and spinoffs coming to your television screen this season.
For The People: ( ABC/NBC) TBA
In true Shondaland style, this new drama follows a group of young lawyers navigating their first cases. Classed as the new look of justice this show offers up lots of drama and juicy cases.
Alias Grace: ( CBC) September 25 2017
This highly anticipated show is based on the best selling novel by Margaret Atwood. The show follows a housekeeper in 1843 accused of murdering her employer.
The Good Doctor: ( ABC) September 25 2017
This media drama follows a paediatric surgeon with autism. The doctor will be portrayed by Freddie Highmore, who played Norman Bates from A&E’s popular Bates Motel.
Marvel’s Inhumans: ( ABC) September 29 2017
Based on the Marvel comic of the same name, this show offers a rare look into Marvel super-humans from a royal family that have decided to head back to earth.
Ten Days in the Valley: ( ABC) October 1 2017
This drama packed series follows a TV producer dealing with the disappearance of her child, revealing secrets along the way.
S.W.A.T: (CBS) November 2 2017
Two words … Shemar Moore
Me, Myself & I: (CBS) September 25 2017
This interesting take follows a man at three points in his life. This new comedic twist and storytelling looks promising.
Law and Order: True Crime ( NBC) TBA
This is the latest out of the classic Law and Order empire. Created by Dick Wolf, this show’s first season will feature a dramatization of the real life crime: The Menendez Murders.
The Gifted: ( FOX) October 2 2017
Mutants have returned in this hot new fall show. The series is loosely based on Marvel’s X- Men and will have relation to some of the previous films.
Life Sentence: (CW) January 2018
Despite not starting this fall, this show is still worth a mention. This feel-good comedy highlights the important part of living your best life possible. It follows a young woman who learns she is cancer free and no longer terminally ill.
Young Sheldon- A spinoff prequel for the popular TV show, Big Bang Theory
College-ish – A spinoff of Blask-ish
2017 might be the year of reboots, and I’m not mad about it. Are you excited for Will & Grace and Roseanne?
Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments below which fall tv shows you are most excited for.