Monday, 22 September 2014

Five TV shows you should watch this fall...

That most glorious time of year is almost upon us... no, not Christmas, but season premiere time. Autumn Fall TV is about to start again for 2014, so today I'm sharing with you a list of awesome TV shows that you should be watching...

1. Supernatural (obviously)
Now entering its 10th season, Supernatural is about two brothers (Sam and Dean Winchester) and their fight against evil. Being 195 episodes in, I can't tell you what the show is about outside of the brothers' relationship (we'd be here all friggin' day), but I can tell you that catching up will be well worth it (if you do choose to catch up, please, please, please, don't give up after the shitty seasons 6 and 7; it gets soooo much better. Although don't let the thought of 46 bad episodes deter you; they're not bad as individual episodes, it's just the story arch that's poor in these two seasons).

2. Arrow
I am, and have always been, a DC girl at heart, so a TV show adaptation about Green Arrow is right up my street. Arrow (which airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW  and on Sky1 for my UK friends) started two years ago and has been one of its network's most watched shows (not only is the storyline excellent, but the cast are pretty easy on the eyes too), hence season 3 and a kinda spin off - The Flash...

3. The Flash
The pilot for this brand new show has been leaked online and I have to confess, I've watched it. It's all good though, because I plan to keep watching. The pilot is excellent and, being made by the same people as Arrow, I have high hopes for Barry Allen and his crew! Even better, if you chose to watch The Flash (Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW), you don't have to move from the sofa afterwards as Supernatural airs right after - almost guaranteeing an excellent night of TV every Tuesday! [trailer]

4. Gotham
Brand new to Fox this autumn fall (Mondays at 8/7c and on Channel 5 for my UK friends), Gotham tells the story of new recruit to Gotham City Police Department, Detective James Gordon to solve one of Gotham's most high-profile cases ever: the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne. It's a must for any batman fan! Watch a trailer here.

5. Kingdom
A 10-episode drama series, Kingdom takes place in Venice, California, and is set against the backdrop of Mixed Martial Arts. It stars Frank Grillo, Kiele Sanchez, Matt Lauria, Jonathan Tucker, Nick Jonas and Joanna Going. [trailer]

This autumn fall, I will also be watching The Affair (Oct 12th on Showtime) and Constantine (Oct 24th on NBC) 
and keeping up with Agents of Shield, The Fosters, Chasing Life and Chicago PD.

What are you looking forward to watching this fall? 
Will you be joining me in watching any of these shows?
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