Fall TV shows will be taking over the airwaves as the summer season ends

TV Guide releases the list of brand new TV shows coming this fall

WRITTEN BY: Jess Smith
Brand new TV shows will be taking over this fall season
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Brand new TV shows will be taking over this fall season

Fall TV shows are almost here! We are at that time where the two points of the school year and the summer connect. Where the summer season ends, the school year begins and so does the procrastination. When papers should be written, episodes of Breaking Bad are being watched. TVGuide has released their list of brand new fall TV shows, and these are our top picks for the season.                                       

About a Boy (NBC): Based on the novel and movie starring Hugh Grant, the single camera comedy will star David Walton as Will Freemen, who is the carefree bachelor with “man-child” tendencies, who life gets turned upside down when single mom Fiona, and her 11 year old son move next door to him.

Bad Teacher (CBS): Derived from the Cameron Diaz movie, where an attractive freshly divorced woman with a vulgar vocabulary played by Sara Rodier becomes a teacher to find her next spouse.

Dads (Fox): Seth McFarlane, the creator of Family Guy came up with this fresh comedy about two business men who have their world turned upside down when their fathers move back in with them. This show will feature Seth Green and Giovani Ribisi.

Lucky 7 (ABC)- An upcoming drama series, Lucky 7 follows the lives of seven gas station employees in Queens, New York, who finally win the lottery after playing every week.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (ABC): Based on the Marvel comic association, agent Phil Coulsen played by Clark Gregg puts together a team of S.H.I.E.L.D agents to handle new cases.

Murder Police (Fox): This animated series will put a comedic version of the cop show genre, where detective Manual Sanchez, voiced by Jason Ruiz, and his band of degenerates.

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC): Once Upon A Time will follow Lewis Carroll’s classic with different twists to the story, where the story will jump between modern day wonderland and a pre-curse wonderland. Actress Sophie Lowe will star as Alice.

Sleepy Hollow (Fox): This series will be a modern day retelling of ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ where Ichabod Crane, played by Tom Mison, dies while on a mission for General George Washington in 1790 and wakes up in Sleepy Hollow during the year 2040, where he must team up with the town’s sheriff to battle good and evil.

We Are Men (CBS): Actor Chris Smith plays Carter, a man who’s fiancée recently left him at the altar. Carter moves into an apartment complex where he meets three divorced men who gives him advice on life.

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