Fall is approaching, so it’s time to get back into the swing of things. Back to school, back to work, and more importantly, getting back to our favorite fall television shows. Sure, we’ll miss those beach days and long nights, but then again, lots of TV, so.
This show burst onto the scene last year and hasn’t slowed down since. Whether it’s the in-your-face characters such as Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) and Lucious Lyon (Terrence Howard), the explosive story lines, or the fashion, “Empire” is clearly the show to watch! They’ve even held auditions to appear on the show. Check out the site for more information.
If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s still time to catch up, but hurry, because season three is premiering September 21 on FOX.
How to Get Away with Murder
Want to get away with murder? Let Annalise Keating show you how, played by Tony-winning actress Viola Davis.
She’s a professor and criminal defense attorney by day, covering up murders by night. The ABC show focuses on Keating, her co-workers, and students. Davis’ character teaches a class called “How to Get Away with Murder” (go figure). However, it starts being more than just a when Keating’s students actually commit a murder.
It soon becomes a race against time as things unravel with Keating working to keep everyone and everything intact, including herself.
“How to Get Away with Murder” premieres September 22 on ABC.
It’s fairly new on the television scene and “Scream Queens” already features a pretty impressive cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Keke Palmer, Emma Roberts, Niecy Nash, and among others.
“Scream Queens” focuses on a group of college girls in a sorority living a decent campus life, or so it seems. Things take a drastic turn when people start turning up dead. Fortunately the girls are able to find out who’s behind these murders, or so they thought. We enter season 2 with new cast members (John Stamos, Taylor Lautner), and even more twists, turns, and death than before!
The second season of “Scream Queens” premieres September 20 on FOX.
For six seasons “Teen Wolf ” has captivated viewers. Scott McCall, Stiles Stilnski, Lydia Martin, and the rest of the cast have come into our homes and entertained us, shocked us, made us laugh and cry.
It’s hard to imagine that this television favorite is coming to an end this fall. This November marks the end of the journey for these high school friends, foes, and the like. Who knew that Tyler Posey (McCall) could make turning into a werewolf while still being a high school student so cool? I’ll admit, I’m sad to see it go, but they can’t stay in high school forever, right?
“Teen Wolf” airs November 15 on MTV.
Premiering September 21 on ABC, Speechless will join the likes of “The Goldbergs,” Black-ish” and “Modern Family.” It’s a half-hour show centered on a family who has a child with a disability, documenting how they navigate throughout their daily lives: school, home, to outside activities.
This is a new show for ABC, so time will tell how well it does against the audience favs like Black-ish and Modern Family.