by Alikay Wood
With the sun fading earlier each day and the weather cooling down, fall is the perfect season for staying in with a hot cup of cider and a good television show. Here are five shows premiering soon.
Josh Groban and Tony Danza star in this new show from the creator of Monk. Groban plays a rule-following cop who is the son of Danza, a disgraced former police officer. The show combines a unique sense of humor with fascinating cases and is perfect for fans of procedurals.
Premiers September 21 on Netflix
Fans of Lost will enjoy this eerie new show, in which passengers of a plane land to discover it has been five years since their flight took off. As the passengers grapple with the consequences of the five years they missed, they begin hearing instructions from mysterious voices, and must band together to find out what happened to them.
Premiers September 24 at 10/9c on NBC
If you like This Is Us, then this show might be your new favorite. It follows four friends in Boston trying to put the pieces of their lives back together after their friend dies by suicide. With an all-star cast featuring David Giuntoli (Grimm), James Roday (Psych) and Grace Park (Hawaii Five-O), the show grapples with serious topics like cancer, depression and marital struggles with heart and humor.
Premiers September 26 at 10/9 c on ABC
This quirky comedy tells the story of Miles (Brandon Micheal Hall), an atheist whose life is forever changed when he receives a friend request on social media from God. He teams up with a journalist named Cara (Violett Beane) to track down the culprit. But when the social media account starts sending mysterious tips that allow them to help people, they begin to wonder if the friend request is a hoax…or if they are really receiving messages from the Creator. Watch the trailer for the series here.
Premiers September 30 at 8:30/7:30c on CBS
This comedy follows in the footsteps of Malcolm in the Middle by portraying all the chaos and joy of family life. The show centers on the Clearys, an Irish Catholic couple raising their eight sons in the 1970s. It’s full of slapstick humor and heartwarming moments.
Premiers October 16 8:30/7:30c on ABC
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