Summer may be over, but that means nothing to TV lovers. Everybody knows, Fall TV is the best!
Once again, the big five networks — ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and the CW — and a few cable networks are trolling out new shows for the fall TV season. Which shows do you need to be setting your DVR for this Fall TV season?
Here's a list of shows we're certain you won't want to miss:
The Walking Dead Season 4
Premiere: Sunday, October 13 on AMC
The new season for AMC’s monster hit will pick up some months later. How long will it be before the Governor returns for revenge? Will Michonne manage to hunt him down first? Will Daryl make it through another season?
Premiere: Sunday, September 29 on ABC
After Revenge comes Betrayal. Betrayal stars Hannah Ware as a wife, mother and professional photographer whose path crosses with Jack, an attorney, father and husband. The two form a connection that causes them to wonder if they're each others soul mates, despite the fact that they're both married to other people.
The Michael J. Fox Show
Premiere: Thursday, September 26 on NBC
Michael J. Fox makes his triumphant return to television with a sitcom simply called "The Michael J. Fox Show." The show is based on his real life.
The Crazy Ones
Premiere: Thursday, September 26 on CBS
Robin Williams, in his first regular TV role since "Mork & Mindy," and Sarah Michelle Gellar play a father-and-daughter team who both work for the Chicago ad agency he runs
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Premiere: Tuesday, September 24 on ABC
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has the biggest buzz. You sort of can't lose by combining Marvel Comics with Joss Whedon, who co-wrote and directed this show's pilot, and who proved he was up to the task of adapting comics for the screen with last year's Avengers movie, the highest-grossing film of the year.
Sons of Anarchy Season 6
Premiere: Tuesday, September 10 on FX
If you haven't joined in yet this season, you're missing out! The elementary school shooting in the premiere wasted no time in bringing the world crashing down around the club.
Premiere: Friday, October 25 on NBC
Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors) stars as the titular vampire, masquerading in Victorian London as American businessman Alexander Grayson, who hopes to bring a new invention called electricity to the city.
Premiere: Monday, September 23 on NBC
James Spader gets his creep on playing Raymond “Red” Reddington, a renowned criminal with a government background who turns himself in and is offering to help the FBI track down international terrorists. The twist? He’ll talk only to Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone), an attractive rookie agent whom he’s obsessed with. We've missed you Spader.
American Horror Story: Coven Season 3
Premiere: Wednesday, October 9 on FX
If the promotional posters for this season are any indication, this season will be epic. The witches will be just as creepy as the lunatics and serial killers last season. This is one group of women who aren't ever likely to let you down!
Contributing Editor, Allie Shain founded Allie is Wired in May of 2006 and joined the Glam Network 2 months later. She is a native born Californian, with 15 years experience in television and radio broadcasting. Along with Allie is Wired, she also publishes The Beauty Stop.