Fall television is about to start up soon. Your favorite shows will be back along with an array of new offerings. Summer has been pretty kind to various fandoms this summer, with shows like Fear the Walking Dead, Killjoys, and Dark Matter delighting folks. I probably look forward to Fall television way too much. I’ve worn out Netflix and Hulu. There are many great new shows returning this Fall and we also have a slew of new shows to look forward to. Take a look at our picks!
Arrow (The CW)
After the lackluster and rushed ending of last season, Arrow fans have a glimmer of hope.
Once Upon a Time (ABC)
Dark Swan! Yes! I’m finally glad to see the balance tipping in Storybrooke.
The Flash (The CW)
Everything from the writing to special effects was amazing this past season, and Season 2 looks even better.
Season 1 was hit and miss. The show has promised changes for Season 2 and it will be interesting to see how those play out.
Doctor Who (BBC)
Peter Capaldi remade the Doctor last season. We can’t wait for a new round of adventures with a cool cast of guest stars this season.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)
This show has grown and evolved since its first season. Season 3 promises more action and inhuman adventure.
Supernatural (The CW)
Now that Dean and Sam have unleashed darkness into the world, it will be interesting to see how they clean up the mess.
More picks include: iZombie and Homeland.
I think we all want to see how Supergirl takes to the skies on the small screen.
This gal is in it for Jaimie Alexander, but I admit the story looks intriguing.
Minority Report (FOX)
Hopefully Fox won’t cancel another sci-fi show. This one looks interesting.
The Last Kingdom (BBC America)
Based on a series of novels, history and book fans will enjoy this Saxon and Viking drama.
Jessica Jones (Netflix)
Netflix proved it can make a great superhero (or antihero) show. With stars like Krysten Ritter and David Tennant, you can’t go wrong.
Ash vs. The Evil Dead (Starz)
Fans of the ’80s film are looking forward to Bruce Campbell taking up the chainsaw again.
Heroes Reborn (NBC)
The newest reincarnation of the hit show promises new heroes along with the return of fan favorites.
Flesh and Bone (Starz)
This miniseries will offer a dark view into the competitive world of ballet.
The Man in the High Castle (Amazon)
Set in an alternative dystopian world after a prolonged War World II, this show is based on Philip K. Dick’s novels.
The Bastard Executioner (FX)
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter returns with a Dark Ages drama about a soldier trying to escape from his violent past.
The Expanse (SyFy)
Space opera lovers will be getting a treat with this drama starring Thomas Jane in a fully colonized solar system.
Time to reacquaint yourself with that groove on the couch and set your DVRs. Or make sure those Hulu and Netflix subscriptions are up to date.