Here Are All The Fall 2013 TV Shows To Look Forward To
Sep 17, 2013 12:54
Don't look now, but 33 new shows are set to make their television debut this Fall. Below is a list of the 13 best new series compiled by Business Insider:
13. "Enlisted" (Fox)
What it's about: A decorated Army sergeant returns from Afghanistan and is based at a Florida unit where his goofball younger brothers are stationed.
12. "The Crazy Ones" (CBS)
What it's about: Father-daughter ad execs (Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar) take on the industry — and will sink to any level for success (i.e. the pilot features the pair performing a rap for Kelly Clarkson, playing herself).
11. "Mom" (CBS)
What it's about: A newly sober young mother (Anna Faris) tries to pull her life together while repairing her relationship with her equally messed-up mom (Allison Janey).
10. "Trophy Wife" (ABC)
What it's about: A reformed party girl (Malin Akerman) hopes the "third time's the charm" when she becomes Pete's (Bradley Whitford) third wife, and inherits three stepchildren and two ex-wives (Marcia Gay Harden and Michaela Watkins).
9. "Almost Human" (Fox)
What it's about: Thirty-five years in the future, all LAPD officers are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids.
8. "Hello Ladies" (HBO)
What it's about: A clueless British web designer (Stephen Merchant) crosses the pond in search of a soulmate. He tries to pick up American women in the most awkward ways possible.
7. "Hostages" (CBS)
What it's about: A family (Toni Collette, Tate Donovan) is caught in the middle of a massive political conspiracy, which the FBI agent on the case (Dylan McDermott) has a surprising role in.
6. "Michael J. Fox Show" (NBC)
What it's about: A New York City reporter (Michael J. Fox) juggles a family with a career while battling Parkinson's disease.
5. "Crossbones" (NBC)
What it's about: The most notorious pirate in history, Blackbeard (John Malkovich), rules over a rogue nation of thieves, outlaws and miscreant sailors, until an undercover assassin arrives to take him out.
4. "The Blacklist" (NBC)
What it's about: The most wanted criminal (James Spader) surrenders to the FBI and agrees to name names, so long as he works with a rookie agent whom he has no known connection with
3. "Masters of Sex" (Showtime)
What it's about: Loosely based on a real-life research team at Washington University, a seasoned and controversial researcher (Michael Sheen) and his new assistant (Lizzy Caplan) conduct groundbreaking sex studies in the 1950s.
2. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (Fox)
What it's about: A laid-back NYPD detective (Andy Samberg) is forced to grow up when the new captain (Andre Braugher) wants to play by the boo
1. "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." (ABC)
What it's about: Phil Coulson, of the "Avengers" movie, returns to lead a covert peace-keeping organization that investigates supernatural activity.
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