Top 10 new television shows coming fall 2014-2015

August 31 01:28 2014

The summer is coming to an end and next week is the beginning of September. Children are already back at school and stores are getting ready to set up their fall clothing lines. So, it’s time for television to bring back fall shows.

While many favorite shows are returning, there are new ones coming as well. A new trend is bringing our comic book heroes to the small screen. There are new comedies along with new emotional shows. New reality shows will also be coming on this fall. There is a show for everyone so if you are interested in something new, be sure to put these on your calendar.

Below is’s top 10 list of the series premiere dates along with each channel the shows will be airing on, from Red Band Society to Graceland. Which show are you looking forward to watching this fall?

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10. Utopia

Trying to make a Utopia seems to be popular now a days. The reality show Utopia places 15 Americans away from civilization for a year so they can build their own. Will these people be able to work together to build the perfect world? Utopia premieres on Fox on Sept. 7 at 8/7 c.

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9. Jane the Virgin

In this comedy/drama show you will follow the misfortune events of Jane Villanueva when she was accidentally artificially inseminated by her doctor. She planned to keep her virginity until marriage but now she is carrying the baby of a married man who was her former crush as a teenager. Jane the Virgin will premiere on the CW on Oct. 13 at 9/8 c.

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8. Intruders

Looking for a mystery/thriller? The Intruders features a secret society that hides in the bodies of other people. This society is looking for immortality. This show will be on BBC America on Saturdays after Doctor Who. Intruders started showing on Aug. 23.

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7. How to Get Away with Murder

Viola Davis stars in the new show How to Get Away with Murder. This crime show follows a bunch of law students, along with their professor, as they become observed in a murder plot. After this, their lives will be changed forever. Watch this show on ABC Sept. 25 at 10/9 c.

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6. Constantine

Like a good fantasy/horror show? Constantine tells the story of John Constantine who is haunted by his past. Now his job is to defend humanity from forces of darkness. This show will be on NBC starting on Oct. 24 at 10/9 c.

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5. A to Z

A to Z is a comedy that shows audiences the timeline of the relationship between Andrew and Zelda. The show begins with their fateful meeting and goes through their relationship from there. Watch this show starting Oct. 2 on NBC at 9:30/8:30 c.

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4. Red Band Society

If you have been watching the Every Simpsons Ever marathon, you may have seen many commercials for this one. Red Band Society has Octavia Spencer playing a nurse who cares for a variety of teenagers living at a hospital. Watch this drama on Fox starting Sept. 17 at 9/8 c.

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3. The Flash

The first superhero television show on the list and it’s not the only one. If you watch Arrow, you may have been waiting for this one for a while. Well wait no more! The Flash shows the story of Barry Allen who becomes the superhero the Flash after a freak accident. Watch this one on the CW starting Oct. 7 at 8/7 c.

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2. Gracepoint

Loved David Tennant in Doctor Who? See him in Gracepoint, the show based on another British show called Broadchurch. This mini-series will be 10 episodes long and follows a small town that lost a young boy tragically. This show will be on Fox starting Oct. 2 at 9/8 c.

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1. Gotham
Like Arrow and The Flash, Gotham is based on a D.C. Comics story. Before Batman, there was James Gordon who became the commissioner of the dark Gotham City. Your favorite Batman villains will be making an appearance but remember, this is Gotham before Batman, which separates it from the other superhero shows on television. Catch Gotham on Fox on Sept. 22 at 8/7c.

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