For TV enthusiasts, fall means the return of their favorite shows, as well as the possibility of awesome new ones. If you’re looking for something new and refreshing to start watching, here are our top 10 favorites:
10. The Michael J Fox Show
The new NBC show features Michael J. Fox as a news anchor who returns to TV after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Even though it’s a sitcom, the show won’t make fun of the actor’s real life disease, but rather try to raise awareness on the topic.
Premiere: September 26, 2013. Starring: Michael J. Fox, Juliette Goglia, Katie Finneran.
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A single mother, who also happens to be a recovering alcoholic, tries to pull her life together in Napa Valley. Created by Chuck Lorre of “Two and a Half Men”, and airing on CBS.
Premiere: September 23, 2013. Starring: Anna Faris, Sadie Calvano.
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8. The Crazy Ones
Another advertising show, but this time contemporary and with a pretty amazing cast. Airing on CBS, the show tells the story of a father and daughter who would do anything for success.
Premiere: September 26, 2013. Starring: Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar
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7. Trophy Wife
A reformed party girl is the trophy wife for an older man with two ex-wives and three manipulative children. Airs on ABC and it has already been compared to Modern Family.
Premiere: September 24, 2013. Starring: Malin Akerman, Bradley Whitford.
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If you were missing another vampire show, it’s now time for a classic story to air on NBC. The show features the Bram Stocker vampire disguised as an American entrepreneur, drinking the blood of the Victorian high-society.
Premiere: October 25, 2013. Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
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5. The Black List
A most wanted criminal turns himself in to the FBI and agrees to give names, but he requires working with a rookie agent he has no connection with. Airs on NBC.
Premiere: September 23, 2013. Starring James Spader, Megan Boone.
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4. Hello Ladies
A young British man tries to pick up women in LA. From the creators of The Office and Extras, this show has every change to become a hit. Airs on HBO.
Premeire: September 29, 2013. Starring Stephen Merchant.
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3. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
A young NYPD detective is faced with a new captain who wants to play by the book. The Fox show features a very diverse team working together at the edge of New York City.
Premiere: September 17, 2013. Starring Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher.
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2. Sleepy Hollow
A new fantasy/drama on the now-classic story, the Fox show features Ichabod Crane, who is resurrected and pulled back in time to unravel a mystery.
Premiere: September 27, 2013. Starring Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Orlando Jones.
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1. Masters of Sex
The pioneers of the sexual revolution study the science of sexuality. The Showtime TV series is based in the 1950s, and Lizzy Caplan promises it will be educational.
Premiere: September 29, 2013. Starring Lizzy Caplan, Michael Sheen.
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