This week many Tv shows have returned! Person of Interest, Modern Family and Nashville are the ones I am most excited about. Revenge and Castle are also just a few days away... Homeland, Arrow, 2 Broke Girls and The Vampire Diaries will also air soon.
This week is all about tv series! Of course you've heard about 20th anniversary of epic comedy tv show Friends and 10th anniversary of Lost. Both are of my favorite shows!
However, like every year, there is a lot of NEW TV SERIES. An if time allows me, I'll definitely check them out!
The series will focus on story of Gordon's (Ben McKenzie) early days on the Gotham City police force. He is a fresh-faced police detective whose life begins to change when he and his partner Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), start investigating the murder of the parents of none other than a young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz). The noir crime drama isn't just about Gordon's rise through the ranks of Gotham City but also promises to tell the origin stories of several Batman villains, including Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), Catwoman (Camren Bicondova), Joker, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, Hugo Strange, Harvey Dent and Mr. Freeze.
Why to watch? Helooooo! It's about Gotham (I love Batman)!
How to Get Away With Murder (ABC)
Legal thriller with Viola Davis as a serious-as-the-death-penalty law school professor whose attractive students vie for her approval and a desk at her prestigious law firm. But their biggest lessons are learned outside the classroom, when they get caught up in a murder plot and, presumably, must figure out how to get away with it.
Why to watch? Viola is an amazing actresses and plot sounds good!
The Affair (Showtime)
The Affair examines the emotional and psychological effects of infidelity on two different marriages. Set in the Hamptons, the series stars Dominic West and Ruth Wilson as the cheaters and Maura Tierney and Joshua Jackson as the cheatees. Bonus: Bunheads' Julia Goldani Telles appears as the teenage daughter of one of the two couples, adding to an already excellent cast.
Why to watch? It's on Showtime and has an excellent cast!
Based on the experiences of real-world genius Walter O'Brien, Scorpion is about a bunch of nerds who form a team to solve some of the world's most complex problems while Katharine McPhee plays the diner waitress who glues them all together.
Why to watch? It might be geeky interesting and fun!
Ioan Gruffudd stars as New York City medical examiner Henry Morgan, who harbors an unusual secret, he can't die. Working alongside his new partner, Det. Jo Martinez (Alana De La Garza), Morgan studies the dead in an effort to discover the mystery of his own immortality.
Why to watch? Well... Ioan is in it! A good enough reason to give it a shot!
A to Z (NBC)
A to Z is a romantic comedy that chronicles a relationship from beginning to end. Ben Feldman plays Andrew, a true believer in destiny and romance, while HIMYM's Cristin Milioti plays the object of his affection, a rebellious Zelda. A to Z, get it?
Why to watch? Looks cute and light.
Manhattan Love Story (ABC)
Comedy that uses the power of voiceover to broadcast the internal monologues of a new couple Peter (Jake McDorman) and Dana (Analeigh Tipton) and the questions what are they actually thinking about from the moment they begin a relationship. What you'll learn early on from the voices in their heads is that guys like sex and women like purses, but as the series and their relationship progresses, we expect things will get a bit more complicated than that.
Why to watch? Dynamic of relationships are always interesting right? But if the show will only centered on cliches and stereotypes between men and women, I'll not watch it.
Celebrity Name Game
Based off the board game Identity Crisis, this is an American syndicated game show with Craig Ferguson as host.
Why to watch? If you love celebrities, Craig or game shows, you need to see it. It's short and fun. I already did!
Will you watch any of new fall tv shows? Which ones?