Best Upcoming TV Shows For Fall

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The days are getting shorter as the sun starts to set earlier, which means you likely will be looking for some great television shows to get hooked on this fall. Luckily for you, there is a host of great series for you to watch.

Here is a look at some of the best upcoming TV shows for fall.

Chicago Med

Take hit television shows Chicago Fire and Grays Anatomy, mix them together, and you end up with what we hope Chicago Med will be. This new series on NBC follows one of the most explosive hospitals in the country. Along with what we expect to be a host of dramatic storylines inside the hospital, we are also hoping for plenty of steamy subplots outside of it as well.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

This comedy follows Rachel Bloom as a successful lawyer in New York who gives it all up to move to California to find love. The first episode should make for an interesting introduction, but we are hoping that it’ll also be hilarious since it’s on the CW. Part drama, part comedy, we hope for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to be the New Girl of fall 2015.

Watching-TVThe Catch

On ABC this fall, The Catch stars Mirielle Enos as a former fraud investigator who is now the victim of fraud herself. This one looks like it’s going to be a heavy hitter for ABC this fall, as the storyline just continues to build. We’re excited for The Catch, and it starts this fall.

Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris

Everything Neil Patrick Harris touches turns to gold, so we are expecting Best Time Ever to be a hit. Each week, Neil will host a live one-hour show that includes stunts, pranks, skits, and more. The best part is the audience will be highly involved in it all, so expect a ton of impromptu interactions. We expect to be in for some great laughs with one of the best shows of the fall in Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris.

The Bastard Executioner

We know that not everyone on this list will like the gory battle scenes taking place in The Bastard Executioner, but it still makes the list as a Kurt Sutter series. If the name looks familiar, it’s the creator of Sons of Anarchy. We expect this one to be action packed and entertaining, like any other of Sutter’s shows.


Last, but most certainly not least, Coach returns to television this fall. Those that loved watching Craig Nelson play Coach Hayden Fox in the early 90s will be very excited to see him reprising the role in this reboot of the series. This time, Coach heads to an Ivy league school in Pennsylvania to try and rejuvenate their program. Expect some familiar faces from the original series, and we’re hoping this one is as good as the first.

Tons of great TV for you to watch this fall. Be sure to check out these shows if you are looking for the perfect way to spend your fall evenings.

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