7 of the Hottest New TV Shows For Fall

7 of the Hottest New TV Shows For Fall

Fall TV is here and if you’re like us, you’re rejoicing at the fact that many of your favorite shows are finally returning, after being away all summer. Although you probably have your weekly TV lineup already written down, there are still some exciting new tv shows worth watching this fall season. So if you’re a TV junkie, here are the hottest new TV shows who made our fall binge-watching list:

1.“Scream Queens”

From the creator of “Glee” and “American Horror Story” comes the whodunit show that will give you chills and thrills. “Scream Queens” has a stellar cast and premise that will have you tuning in  every week, wondering what’s going to happen next! The new hit series features a college that’s terrorized by a serial killer (or killers) and nasty secrets, which people are now dying for. It stars Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Oliver Hudson and even had guest appearances from singers Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas.

To be honest the first episode was kind of weird, not the best start. We really didn’t know what to make of it; is it trying to be a comedy? are they taking themselves too serious? is it bad acting? What is this?. But after the second episode ( which was 10 times better) we got it. So without further ado there you have it: Gossip Girl meets Scary Movie.

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2.“Heroes Reborn”

If you used to love “Heroes” ( and like some of us started rewatching the series this summer ), you can now rejoice, because it’s back on air ( unfortunately without Peter Petrelli ). You’ll see many of your favorite characters as well as many new fresh faces as they undergo new missions and adventures. The show starts a year after a terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas, ( kind of redundant, don’t you think? ) that is apparently being blamed on people with special abilities.

We have really big expectations about this one, even more than any of the other new TV shows, because the original series was spectacular. I mean they have some big shoes to fill. Looking forward to the development of the story and the new special effects.

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3.“Wicked City”

Another “Gossip Girl” hottie is getting their own ABC show (Chace Crawford is already staring in Blood and Oil), and this time it’s Ed Westwick, who stars as Kent Grainger, a serial killer that craves attention and wants to obtain notoriety because of his gruesome crimes. The backdrop for the show is a cocaine-infused, rock ‘n’ roll Sunset Strip in the 1980s. So buckle up, ladies , because this fall is going to be wicked!

4.“Indian Summers”

If you love British period dramas, this new one -entitled “Indian Summers”- is said to be the new  Downton Abbey. The story focuses on the decline of the British Empire and the birth of modern India. What makes this story so similar to the one in Downton Abbey is the fact that you get both sides of the story again, the British aristocratic point of view versus the traditional Indian mentality. It is definitely going to be an exciting journey through history and cultural differences.

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5.“Flesh and Bone”

The upcoming American drama will soon air on network Starz and is described as “ripping the band-aid off” of the ballet world. Set in the cutthroat world of ballet, you’ll get to see firsthand what it really takes to be a prima ballerina. The show follows dancer Claire, who is a young ballet dancer with a troubled past. She joins a prestigious ballet company in New York and learns that being the ballerina she always wanted is anything but easy.


6.“Marvel’s Jessica Jones”

You’ll want to binge on the new Netflix show “Marvel’s Jessica Jones”, with Krysten Ritter as heroine. Thus far, Netflix hasn’t really revealed too much about their new saga, but we know it is about a former superhero, who opens up her own detective agency after she drops her superhero career. As she tries to get past her old identity, she’ll work on cases dealing with people with remarkable abilities (think “Heroes Reborn”).

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