Remember when the only thing to watch on TV during the summer was reruns? By the time August rolled around, you probably wouldn’t care if you can’t hear the TV.
These days, there are new shows that pop up during the summer months. But even without them, there are probably plenty of shows you never had the chance to watch simply because there are so many channels these days and so very many shows to choose from. Many of them are deserving of the best wireless headphones for TV – ChairSpeaker.
As Maureen Lee Lenker of Entertainment Weekly says in her roundup of Fall TV premiere dates 2019, “The TV landscape has changed immeasurably in recent years, and we have premieres to look forward throughout the year thanks to midseason shows, streaming, and more. But that doesn’t mean fall television isn’t still an event — it feels as much a part of the turning of the seasons as the leaves changing or the return of football.”
Here are some of The Most Anticipated TV Shows of Fall 2019 from the traditional TV networks as recommended by Eliana Dockterman of Time:
- Mixed-ish (Sept. 24 on ABC)
The Black-ish universe expands with a prequel set in the 1980s when Bo’s family moved from a hippie commune to the suburbs.
- Stumptown (Sept. 25 on ABC)
Cobie Smulders has starred in two of the biggest franchises of the last decade, How I Met Your Mother and the Avengers. Now she’ll headline her own show based on a graphic novel about a Marine vet-turned-Portland Private Investigator named Dex Parios.
- Evil (Sept. 26 on CBS)
A clinical psychologist (Katja Herbers) teams up with a priest-in-training (Luke Cage‘s Mike Colter) to investigate supposed miracles and demonic possessions.
- Batwoman (Oct. 6 on the CW)
Orange Is the New Black star Ruby Rose will play television’s first openly lesbian superhero as the star of Batwoman. The show, which will join The Arrow, Supergirl and several other DC superhero shows airing on the CW, focuses on Bruce Wayne’s cousin, Kate Kane, who takes over as the caped crusader when Batman disappears.
- Nancy Drew (Oct. 9 on the CW)
Another beloved old-school character is getting a gritty update: Nancy Drew. In this version, teenage sleuth Drew is working in a diner shortly after the death of her mother when curiosity about her town’s mysteries get the better of her. The story will get supernatural: While the 1930s version of Nancy Drew tended to uncover the real criminals trying to scare her away with smoke and mirrors, in the TV show she will confront actual ghosts.
- Prodigal Son (Sept. 23 on Fox)
Michael Sheen plays a mass murderer whose son (Tom Payne) joins the NYPD to solve a series of copycat killings.
- The Good Place (Sept. 25 on NBC)
Michael Schur’s twisty comedic masterpiece about the afterlife enters its fourth and final season with stars Kristen Bell, Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, D’Arcy Carden and Manny Jacinto all returning. Schur has said that after the show was picked up for a second season, the writers’ room plotted out four seasons’ worth of plot. It sounds like the series will be ending on its own terms.
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