2014 Fall Televison Shows

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Black-ish premieres on ABC, Wednesday, September 24th   at 9 pm under the genre of comedy. Starring Anthony Anderson, this show is about a man who tries to establish a cultural identity for himself and his family.

The Flash premieres on the CW, Tuesday October 7th at 8 pm. Spun off from the hit CW show Arrow, it revolves around the fastest man alive who uses his power to fight crime.

Gotham premieres on FOX, Monday, September 22nd at 8 pm. This is the story of the origin of the police commissioner Jim Gordon in Gotham City.

The McCarthys premieres on CBS, Thursday, October 30th at 9 pm. This sitcom is about a family from Boston who are loud and crazy about sports. Based on the life of the series creator Brian Gallivan.

Mulaney premieres on FOX, Sunday, October 5th at 9 pm. Stand up comedian John Mulaney tries to live like Jerry Seinfeld in New York.

NCIS: New Orleans premieres on CBS, Tuesday September 23rd at 9 pm. This show is an extension of the already popular NCIS franchise which includes NCIS and NCIS L.A.

The Big Bang Theory season premiere is on CBS, Monday, September 22nd at 8 pm.

Awkward comes back to MTV on Tuesday, September 23rd at 10 pm followed by Faking It at 10:30 pm.

Law and Order: SVU returns to NBC at 8 pm on Wednesday, September 24th. At the same time on ABC Modern Family also returns.

Vampire Diaries comes back on October 2nd at 8 pm on the CW.

American Horror Story is back for its four season Freak Show Wednesday, October 8th on FX.

Coming back October 12th is the fifth season of the AMC’s The Walking Dead. Whether the appeal is a story about friendship, family, love or death, The Walking Dead encompasses every conflict that an ordinary person faces but with a twist. The post-apocalyptic setting in Georgia follows a group of strangers that became close over the last four seasons. Season five’s main plot will be the group’s struggles with a town of what some people speculate are cannibals who have captured them and are holding them in their town called Terminus. The secondary plot will be trying to find the cure for this outbreak. One man, who is trapped with the group, knows the cure and needs to be taken to Washington D.C. This season looks like it will be the most intense season of the show so far.

Arrow on the CW is due for its fourth season on Wednesday, October 8th at 8 pm.

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