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TV Shows I'm Dying To Watch This Fall

Some of my favorite shows have already premiered this fall; yet, I am so ready to see some of the other TV shows premiering throughout the month. There are lots of new shows, along with old favorites heading to our screens so I I’m definitely going to stay tuned! Are you?

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The Mindy Project- The Mindy Project is back. This season, you can watch Mindy Lahiri and the crew at Shulman Associates on Hulu with a twenty-six-episode run (why Fox wanted this show off the air is still beyond me). Last season viewers were left with a serious cliffhanger. This season, expect major guest stars like Joseph Gordon Levitt along the usual antics we’re already used to seeing from Mindy and the gang.

(Tuesdays on Hulu)

Scream Queens- The hype following Scream Queens has been intense but with big names like Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Keke Palmer, Nick Jonas and many others backing this project, all the hype is almost not surprising. It seems to be a campy blend between some of Ryan Murphy’s other TV shows (Glee, American Horror Story, Nip/Tuck). It’s stylized, it’s gory, and it’s set in a sorority house. Need I say more?

(Tuesdays on Fox)

Empire- Empire is Fox’s smash hit. Last season it broke records and this season is sure to break a ton more. With a strong female character constantly stirring up conflict and plenty of family drama, this season is sure to be another hit. Keep an eye out for exciting guest stars like Chris Rock, Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keys, and Mariah Carey.

(Wednesdays on Fox)

Black-ish- Blakc-ish is my favorite family comedy on TV right now. It was one of the most successful sitcoms last year and its success is going to keep on growing as viewers tune in this season.

(Wednesdays on ABC)

Quantico- Quantico is the one TV show I’m most excited to watch this fall. It premieres on Sunday and it looks like nothing we’ve seen on TV yet. It’s essentially set in an FBI training facility until a terrorist attack unfolds. It becomes a question of who done it?

(Sundays on ABC)

Other Shows I’m Excited For Coming Later This Fall:

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah- Weeknights starting September 28th on Comedy Central.

Saturday Night Live- Saturdays starting October 3rd on NBC

American Horror Story: Hotel- Wednesdays starting October 7th on FX

Super Girl- Mondays starting October 26th on CBS

What shows are you most excited to watch this season?