Tune In: 12 Fall TV Series to Watch

Boardwalk Empire, Season 5
Sons of Anarchy, Season 7
Red Band Society, Season 1
Madam Secretary, Season 1
Gotham, Season 1
Forever, Season 1
Black-ish, Season 1
Scandal, Season 4
How to Get Away with Murder, Season 1
Selfie, Season 1
A to Z, Season 1
The Newsroom, Season 3
Boardwalk Empire, Season 5 Sons of Anarchy, Season 7 Red Band Society, Season 1 Madam Secretary, Season 1 Gotham, Season 1 Forever, Season 1 Black-ish, Season 1 Scandal, Season 4 How to Get Away with Murder, Season 1 Selfie, Season 1 A to Z, Season 1 The Newsroom, Season 3
By Angel Lenise July 31, 2014
Boardwalk Empire

“The trick’s to stay alive long enough to cash out,” Nucky Thompson says in the first trailer of the show’s final season. We couldn’t have agreed more. Starring: Steve Buscemi, Stephen Graham, Michael Kenneth Williams.

Season five premieres September 7 on HBO.

Sons of Anarchy

Season seven of the FX motorcycle club drama is going out with a bang... and a guest appearance from Lea Michele. Starring: Chalie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Katey Sagal.

Season seven premieres September 9 on FX.

Red Band Society

Producers promise there won’t be a high “body count” on this series about teenagers living in a hospital’s pediatric ward. Starring: Octavia Spencer, Dave Annable, Griffin Gluck.

Series premieres September 17 on Fox.

Madam Secretary

Secretary of State Elizabeth Faulkner McCord balances national security while managing crises at home. Starring: Tea Leoni, Tim Daly, Bebe Neuwirth.

Series premieres September 21 on CBS.

Gotham

The crime drama centers in on the brooding city after the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne, years before Bruce Wayne became Batman. Starring: Ben McKenzie, Sean Pertwee, Jada Pinkett Smith.

Series premieres September 22 on Fox.

Forever

ABC finds the fountain of youth with New York’s medical examiner Dr. Henry Morgan, who has been alive for 200 years. Starring: Ioan Gruffudd, Alana de la Garza, Lorraine Toussaint.

Series premieres September 23 on ABC.

Black-ish

Andre Johnson questions whether assimilation has gone too far for his black family in the ‘burbs. Starring: Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Laurence Fishburne.

Series premieres September 24 on ABC.

Scandal

Olivia ran away to stand in the sun with Jake, Harrison is dead, and Mama Pope lives on, while OPA, the White House, and B613 angle to stay one step ahead of the other. Starring: Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn, Guillermo Díaz, Bellamy Young.

Season four premieres September 25 on ABC.

How to Get Away With Murder

Law professor Annalise Keating and her students will have to apply what they discuss in lecture to real life. Starring: Viola Davis, Billy Brown, Alfred Enoch.

Series premieres September 25 on ABC.

Selfie

Its campy trailer makes us skeptical, but there’s no harm in giving this My Fair Lady-meets-social media comedy a chance. Starring: Karen Gillan, John Cho, Tim Peper.

Series premieres September 30 on ABC.

A to Z

This is what happens when an employee at an Internet dating site and a rebellious, independent lawyer (start to) fall in love. Starring: Ben Feldman, Cristin Milioti, Henry Zebrowski.

Series premieres October 2 on NBC.

The Newsroom

Atlantis Cable News anchor Will McAvoy signs off for good. Starring: Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, John Gallagher, Jr.

Season three premieres this fall on HBO.

Whether you’ve gotten your fill of summer television, or not, it’s time to start falling for TV’s upcoming roster. With final seasons of Sons of AnarchyBoardwalk Empire, and Newsroom; comedic debuts like Black-ish, and Selfie; and a Shonda Rhimes Thursday night takeover with Grey’s AnatomyScandal, and How to Get Away With Murder, your DVR options abound.
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