Cable TV presents fall’s new shows.
Fall is right around the corner, bringing along with it changing leaves, pumpkin spice and a new season of TV. Here is a list of some brand new shows coming to a cable TV right in your living room this fall.
For an exciting celebrity filled reality show with half the drama and twice the fun, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris is a must-watch. According to Tvline.com, it’s a “live one-hour show, complete with stunts, skits, pranks, audience interaction, musical numbers, giveaways and unlimited surprises.” And if all of that wasnt enough, it’s hosted by the charmingly hilarious Neil Patrick Harris. The premier date is Sept. 15 and airs on Tuesdays at 10/9c on NBC.
If you’re into binge-watching, edge of your seat drama, then get ready for Blindspot. Starring Jaimie Alexander as the “female Jason Bourne,” it’s thrilling, mysterious and action packed all in one. The story follows a woman (Alexander) who is one day inexplicably found naked in Times Square with no memories of her past, but that’s not even the strangest part. Her body is completely covered in intricate tattoos, which sets off an FBI investigation who begin to follow the clues on her body to reveal more than just her past. The premier is Sept. 21 and airs Mondays at 10/9c on NBC.
For those addicted to shows like Grey’s Anatomy, prepare yourself for a new medical drama in town. Code Black, starring Marcia Gay Harden, is inspired by the award-winning drama of the same name, and is not expected to disappoint. The drama is set in L.A. County Hospital, the busiest and most notorious hospital in the nation, and you’ll be able to watch as the extraordinary staff “struggle in the face of a broken system to protect their ideals and the patients who need them the most.” Catch the premier on Sept. 30 and when it airs on Wednesdays at 10/9c on CBS.
How about a funnier and more lighthearted show while still staying in the medical scene? Try Dr. Ken. Starring the hilarious Ken Jeong, it tells the story of Dr. Ken, a “brilliant physician with no bedside manner.” He always has good intentions, but still finds a way to drive people crazy at both work and at home. You can laugh along with him and all his absurdities starting Oct. 2 and every Friday at 8:30/7:30c on ABC.
If you’re into comedy, love stories and randomly huge musical numbers all in one, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was made for you. Starring Rachel Bloom, it follows the adventures of Rebecca, a hugely successful partner at a prestigious law firm who leaves everything behind and moves to West Covina, Calif. to follow a long lost love. Put that all together with a bunch of people randomly bursting out into song and you’ve got entertainment on all fronts. It premiers Oct. 12, and you can catch it on Mondays at 8/7c on The CW.
Lastly, superheroes aren’t only for the big screen. Coming this fall is the highly anticipated new show Supergirl, starring Melissa Benoist. You’ve all heard of Kal-El a.k.a. Superman, but the story of his younger cousin is hardly known. When Kara-Zor-El escapes her home on planet Krypton after its destruction years ago, she arrives on Earth and conceals her powers as her famous cousin once did. However, at the age of 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and show the world exactly what she’s made of. Follow her exciting adventures starting Oct. 26 at 8:30 p.m. and after that on Mondays at 8/7c on CBS.
For more information on all the shows listed above, check out Tvline.com. With everything from medical dramas to musical comedies, this Fall will be bringing a wide array of new TV shows that you’ll undoubtedly find one to watch at home with a blanket as the temperatures outside slowly drop.