Fall TV

Fall TVThe long summer wait is nearly over and new fall TV shows will soon be premiering. If you were disappointed with last fall’s line-up, we think you’ll be pleased with this year’s contenders.

Here’s our list of most promising new shows.

Information taken from: TV Guide.  To view the complete list of new shows, follow this link to TV Guide, and while you’re there, download their helpful app.

Vegas (CBS)

Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 10/9c
Ready for another 1960s period drama? There are no Old Fashioneds or Playboy bunnies, but cowboy hats. Based on the true story of Las Vegas Sheriff Ralph Lamb, the drama stars Dennis Quaid in his TV series debut as Lamb, a rancher who goes up against a powerful gangster (Michael Chiklis) to help bring order to Sin City. Jason O’Mara, Carrie-Anne Moss and Sarah Jones co-star.

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Revolution (NBC)

Premieres: Monday, September 17 at 10:00/9:00c
Leave it to J.J. Abrams (Lost) and Eric Kripke (Supernatural) to come up with a mythology-heavy drama. Set in a post-apocalyptic future where there is no electricity, the series stars Elizabeth Mitchell, Tracy Spiridakos, Billy Burke and Giancarlo Esposito as a group of people struggling to figure out how the technology vanished and who holds the figurative power among the survivors. We don’t think this is what people meant by going green.

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Nashville (ABC)

Premieres: Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 10/9c
Ah, the life cycle of stardom. So fickle, isn’t it? Connie Britton stars as Rayna James, a 40-something country singer whose star is fading. So her record company suggests she open for new teen sensation Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere), and you can imagine how well that goes over. Throw in some politics (Rayna’s husband is running for mayor) and sexual escapades, and you’ve got some Southern-grown drama. Let’s just hope this ends better than Country Strong did.

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The Mob Doctor (Fox)

Premieres: Monday, September 17 at 9:00/8:00c
Dr. Grace Devlin (Jordana Spiro) is a thoracic surgeon who has lifelong ties to the South Chicago mob. Sounds ridiculous, right? The drama, from Drop Dead Diva‘s Josh Berman, is actually based on the nonfiction book Il Dottore, in which a doctor becomes complicit in organized crime. William Forsythe co-stars as Constantine, the head of the mob.

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Malibu Country (ABC)

Premieres: Friday, Nov. 2 at 8:30/7:30c
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: Reba McEntire plays Reba, who splits from her husband after she learns that he’s cheating on her. No, it’s not 2001 and this is not The CW’s Reba. So what is different about this one? Well, this Reba will move from Nashville to Malibu to start anew. Lily Tomlin co-stars as her mother and Sara Rue as her new neighbor.

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Major Crimes (TNT)

Premieres: Monday, Aug. 13 at 10/9c
The Closer will (finally) wrap its seventh and final season this summer, but it’s never truly going away. Mary McDonnell will star in this spin-off focused on her Captain Sharon Raydor of the Major Crimes division. A bevy of Closer stars will join her too: G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul, Raymond Cruz and Phillip P. Keene. See? The Closer is here to stay.

Last Resort (ABC)

Premieres: Thursday, Sept. 27 at 8/7c
What do you get when you cross Crimson Tide with The Rock? This Shawn Ryan thriller starring Andre Braugher as the leader of a renegade submarine crew that goes on the run after defying an order to fire nuclear missiles. They find sanctuary at a NATO base where they declare themselves the world’s smallest nuclear nation. (Yeah, just go with it.) Scott Speedman, Autumn Reeser, Daisy Betts and Robert Patrick co-star.

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Go On (NBC)

Premieres: Tuesday, September 11 at 9/8c
What’s so funny about grief? Matthew Perry’s about to show us. The Friends alum returns to NBC as Ryan King, a sportscaster who turns to a motley crew support group after his wife dies. How eclectic are these guys? The lead therapist, Lauren (Laura Benanti), honed her skills in a Weight Watchers group.

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Elementary (CBS)

Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 10/9c
Sherlock is all the rage these days. If you’re not getting your fill from the films or PBS’ series, CBS’ procedural offers a modern take on the crime-solver with Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock, a recovering addict and NYPD consultant. His Watson is his “sober companion,” a former surgeon — and a woman (Lucy Liu). Twist!

Arrow (CW)

Premieres: Wednesday, Oct 10 at 8/7c
This is not your older brother’s Oliver Queen. Stephen Amell stars as Queen, aka the Green Arrow, a wealthy playboy by day and a vigilante crime-fighter by night, in a gritty, brooding retelling of the famed superhero. Queen honed his archery skills on a deserted island for five years after surviving a boating accident that killed his father and girlfriend’s sister, with whom he was having an affair. He returns to civilization to take down his dad’s enemies to clear his family name (how Revenge-like!). Katie Cassidy co-stars as Queen’s girlfriend, Dinah “Laurel” Lance, who may or may not be the Black Canary.

Chicago Fire (NBC)

Premieres: Wednesday, October 10 at 10:00/9:00c
Dick Wolf is back with another procedural, this one focusing on the firefighters of Chicago’s Firehouse 51 and starring Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and David Eisenberg. But unlike his Law & Order franchise, this drama will focus on the personal lives of its (often shirtless) heroes. So how long before a New York Fire or a Los Angeles Fire?

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