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Fall in love with this season’s shows
Classes are back in session, leaves are flying through the air and people are tweeting about Halloween and Christmas. Fall is in full swing and so are new fall TV shows. Whether you’re into drama, comedy, reality TV or anything in between, there is something for everyone. Check out the highlights of what’s coming up.
“The Voice” has launched the music careers of Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradberry and Jordan Smith. This season’s premiere showcased the talent of several promising artists. The show began and ended with a performer who managed to make all four coaches turn their chairs. You can watch the next pop sensation rise to fame every Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. on NBC.
The politically-charged drama follows the story of Olivia Pope, who operates a crisis management firm in Washington D.C. Loosely based off the Bush administration, the hit drama has received significant praises for its creative storyline. The show was created by Shonda Rimes, who also is responsible for the show’s two “Thank God It’s Thursday” counterparts. The seventh incarnation of the show is expected to focus on Olivia Pope’s new position as Chief of Staff of the President.
The seventh and final season of “Scandal” will air on Oct. 5 at 9 p.m. on ABC.
The upcoming comedy is set to star Glenn Howarton, who many will recognize from his past role of Dennis on FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
While AP Bio doesn’t have a premiere date as of yet, viewers can expect it to air on NBC soon.
Although sitcoms have waned in popularity the past few years, CBS’ latest comedy received successful ratings during its premiere last Monday.
Critics maintain it is not simply another “Big Bang Theory,” and viewers can expect the sitcom to be a nostalgic journey to Sheldon’s childhood in the 1980s. Although ultimately a sitcom, the show tackles issues like a strained family life and social incompetence.
You can take a trip back to the 80s with Sheldon Cooper on CBS which re-airs on Nov. 2 at 8:30 p.m.
The Good Doctor
The show premiered last Monday, and critics compared it to “Grey’s Anatomy” for the better and worse, seemingly split on if its parallels to the acclaimed show was a good or bad thing.
“The Good Doctor” follows the story of a young surgeon who has Autism and Savant Syndrome. Because of his conditions, he lacks the ability to read social cues. Despite his symptoms, Shaun Murphy is a gifted surgeon who has the ability to see things in ways his colleagues cannot.
Tune into “The Good Doctor” on ABC every Monday at 10 p.m.
MTV has resurrected “TRL” this fall, redesigned for a new generation. Instead of only airing music videos, (which can now be viewed easily on the Internet) the show is focusing on all things pop culture, including film, fashion, and yes, music.
Hosted by DC Young Fly, a rapper and Internet star, you can watch all the mayhem and nostalgia every day, from 3:30 p.m.to 4:30 p.m. on MTV.