With more than 20 new shows premiering this fall, your new guilty pleasure is sure to be among them.
Here are some of the highly anticipated series you may want to check out:
‘Red Band Society’ (Sept. 17 at 9 p.m. on Fox):
This 30-minute dramedy focuses on several teens coming of age in a hospital’s pediatric ward. The show boasts Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer as the smart-mouthed Nurse Jackson, who keeps charge of the nominal group of patients.
‘Gotham’ (Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. on Fox):
Gotham explores the world of Batman through the perspective of Detective James Gordon (Southland’s Ben McKenzie), a rookie cop assigned to the murder case of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Not only does this show function as the origin story for Dectective Gordon and Bruce Wayne, but it also features a number of famous DC characters, from Oswald Cobblepot (the Penguin) to Selina Kyle (Catwoman).
‘NCIS: New Orleans’ (Sept. 23 at 9 p.m on CBS):
This is the second spin-off from the CBS hit procedural drama NCIS with Scott Bakula heading the team as Special Agent Dwayne Pride.
‘How to Get Away with Murder’ (Sept. 25 at 10 p.m. on ABC):
Following her other two hot shows, Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, Shonda Rhimes’ newest drama focuses on Annalise Keating (two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis), a prestigious lawyer and noted law professor. Keating’s ambitious students, desperate to impress her, become entangled in a murder plot of their own.
‘The Flash’ (Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. on The CW):
Barry Allen is a dorky forensic scientist with the Central City Police Department. When an accelerator explodes nearby, Allen is struck by lightning and awakens from a nine-month coma with the power of super speed. Starring former Elon University student Grant Gustin, “The Flash” tells the tale of the rise of the titular DC superhero.
‘Marry Me’ (Oct. 14 at 9 p.m. on NBC):
The creator of Happy Endings brings a new comedy about a couple (Happy Endings’ Casey Wilson and Veronica Mars’ Ken Marino) dealing with the new trials and tribulations that an engagement can add to a relationship.
For more dates and times for new series and returning season premieres, check out TVLine.com.