10 New Fall Series

Indian Summers
PBS — 9 pm Sundays
If you’re into Downton Abbey, then you should be looking forward to Indian Summers. British aristocrats play a heavy role, but instead of living in the UK, the action is set in 1930s British-controlled India.

Quantico
ABC — 10 pm Sundays
If you judged this series by its title and assumed it was yet another procedural drama, you’d be mistaken. The show follows a group of FBI recruits who are accused of orchestrating a terrorist attack. They must fight to stay alive, all the while trying to clear their names—if they are, in fact, innocent.

Grandfathered
FOX — 8 pm Tuesdays
Starring John Stamos, this comedy follows the story of a man who finds out that not only is he a father, but a grandfather. His life is turned upside down, but that may be exactly what he needs.

The Grinder
FOX — 8:30 pm Tuesdays
This comedy series stars Rob Lowe as an actor who played a lawyer for years on TV—‘The Grinder’ being the name of his show—who decides that he’s now got what it takes to be a real lawyer. He moves back to his hometown, where his family has a firm, and wants to be a part of the family business.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
The CW — 8 pm Mondays
At first glance, it’s exactly what it sounds like—the show is about a crazy ex-girlfriend, one who moves across the country in order to win back her ex. What makes this show stand apart from other shows out there is that it’s a musical comedy. No matter how it turns out, it’s certain to be unique, at the very least. The show starts October 12th.

Supergirl
CBS — 8:30 pm Mondays
The trend of superheroes on the small screen continues with Supergirl. With the pilot alone costing millions, the series is sure to have strong special effects to match its strong heroine. Supergirl starts October 26th.

Wicked City
ABC — 10 pm Tuesdays
Got to get your serial killer fix? Wicked City looks like it’ll show you a killer time, with a couple who bonds over murder. The show starts Oct. 27th.

Ash vs Evil Dead
STARZ — 9 pm Saturdays
If you’re a fan of the Evil Dead movies, then this is the series you’ve been waiting for. This horror comedy series features Bruce Campbell reprising his role as Ash, who once again has to face the titular evil dead. Fittingly, Ash vs Evil Dead starts on Halloween night (Oct. 31st) and will air Saturdays at 9 pm.

Angel From Hell
CBS — 9:30 pm Thursdays
There’s never been an angel quite like the one played by Jane Lynch in this comedy series. She may not be from Hell, but she certainly throws a wrench in the life of the woman she’s supposed to be watching. Angel From Hell starts November 5th.

The Man in the High Castle
Amazon — Nov. 20th
If you’ve ever wondered what the United States would look like in a world where the Axis powers won WWII, this series is for you. Set in the 1960s in an America broken up, with pieces controlled by Germany and Japan, this series promises to be a gripping watch. The Man in the High Castle is available for streaming on Amazon starting November 20th.

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