TV.com's 10 Most Anticipated New Series for Fall 2015

If you listen to us at all, you know that the fall television season that the big networks celebrate hasn't given us much to celebrate in recent years. Midseason is where it's at, people! But are we ready to take back every nasty thing we said about the fall after compiling this list of our Most Anticipated New Fall Series? Kind of! 

Thanks to some great cable entries and a few solid-looking network offerings, these next few months look like they won't be another fall full of lamenting another fall season. Space aliens, murderous slashers, and a kick-puncher are among our predictions for the best new shows this fall. So peruse the list and prepare yourself!


10. Red Oaks (Amazon)


WHEN IT'S ON: Friday, October 9. The entire 10-episode first season will be available on Amazon Instant Video.

WHO'S IN IT: Craig Roberts, Jennifer Grey, Paul Reiser, Gage Golightly, and Richard Kind.

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: This coming-of-age story about a college-aged tennis player who works at an elite country club in 1980s New Jersey has some firepower behind it, including executive producers David Gordon Green and Steven Soderbergh. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Full of summer job hijinks, '80s hair, and nostalgia for simpler times, Red Oaks revisits an era where everything was funny.


9. The Player (NBC)


WHEN IT'S ON: Thursdays at 10pm starting September 24 on NBC

WHO'S IN IT: Philip Winchester, Wesley Snipes, Wesley Snipes, Wesley Snipes, WESLEY SNIPES, WESLEY SNIPES, WESLEY SNIPES, and WESLEY SNIPES!

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: A former military badass is sucked into a game of stopping crime set up by a bunch of rich guys in Las Vegas who bet on whether or not he can succeed and yes, this is what The Player is actually about! 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Explosions! Fighting! Shooting! Gambling! Probably sexy times! This show is ridiculously ridiculous, and as long as the show knows it, we'll play along.


8. The Grinder (Fox)


WHEN IT'S ON: Tuesdays starting September 29 at 8:30pm on Fox, where it will be "Old(er) White Guy Hour" with John Stamos' Grandfathered 

WHO'S IN IT: Rob Lowe, Fred Savage, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, and William Devane.

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Dean Sanderson (Lowe) played a lawyer on TV for eight seasons, and now he thinks he can be a lawyer in real life, so he returns to his small town to work with his brother (Savage), who is actually a lawyer but not that great at it. Lessons will be learned, we think.

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: You didn't know you needed a Savage-Lowe partnership, but you do. Lowe knows how to be the butt of a joke and Savage is great as the straight man, and their partnership makes them an oddball matchup that works great. 


7. Flesh and Bone (Starz)


WHEN IT'S ON: Sunday at 9pm, starting November 8 on Starz. It's a limited series, so there won't be a Season 2.

WHO'S IN IT: Sarah Hay, Ben Daniels, Irina Dvorovenko, Sascha Radetsky, Marina Benedict, and a whole bunch of other thin bendy women. 

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: The world of ballet goes from Bunheads' snappy dialogue to gritty and dark drama in this one, as a young upstart gets thrown into the fire of professional tip-toeing. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Whoa, this looks HEAVY, right? And that's because it comes from Moira Walley-Beckett, who not only has one of the best names in television, she was an executive producer on Breaking Bad. In other words, don't expect any powderpuff drama here. 


6. Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)


WHEN IT'S ON: Weeknights starting Tuesday, September 8 at 11:30pm on CBS

WHO'S IN IT: Stephen Colbert, a whole bunch of rotating celebrities just there to plug their latest endeavor. 

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Colbert steps into the chair at the Ed Sullivan Theater as the successor to David Letterman. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Everything points to Colbert still being the odd duck he was on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, which should be really fun to see on the usually straight-laced CBS.


5. Childhood's End (Syfy)


WHEN IT'S ON: The six-hour series will debut December 14, and air two-hour segments over three consecutive nights. 

WHO'S IN IT: Mike Vogel (Under the Dome's Barbie!!!), Ashley Zuckerman, Charles Dance, Daisy Betts, Yael Stone, and Julian McMahon.

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel of the same name, Earth is visited by a totally outta-this-world presence who promises to turn our war-ravaged rock into a utopia. And everyone lives happily ever after. Until we get screwed over by the aliens, obviously. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: The cast is solid, and Childhood's End is highly regarded as one of Clarke's best stories. And we're just excited to see Stone, who plays Morello in Orange Is the new Black, without makeup. 


4. Into the Badlands (AMC)


WHEN IT'S ON: Sundays starting November 15 at 10pm on AMC. The first season will be a short six episodes.

WHO'S IN IT: Daniel Wu, Emily Beecham, Sarah Bulger, Oliver Stark, Stephen Lang, Orla Brady, and Ally Ioannides.

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Set in a world where the Old West meets feudal Japan, a badass tornado of fists and feet named Sunny helps out a kid and beats up bad guys. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Most of the other fall offerings are variations of things we've seen a bazillion times, but Into the Badlands has that rare quality hardly seen on TV these days: a semblance of originality! Plus, Wu punches hella people. 


3. Scream Queens (Fox)


WHEN IT'S ON: Tuesdays, starting September 22 at 8pm with a two-hour premiere. The following week, it slinks back to 9pm.

WHO'S IN IT: Who ISN'T in it? Actually that's not much easier, we'll just tell you who is in it: Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Oliver Hudson, Nasim Pedrad, Keke Palmer, Nick Jonas, and Ariana Grande.

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: The latest bloody anthology from Ryan Murphy is slightly more purposefully comedic... well, as funny as a show about a serial killer terrorizing a sorority can be. 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Murphy is always good for a couple outstanding episodes to start a series before leaving it to fend for itself, but the structure of Scream Queens—a good old fashioned slasher flick featuring top talent who aren't afraid to die—looks like it could be one of Murphy's more entertaining and sustainable series.


2. Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz)


WHEN IT'S ON: Saturdays starting October 31 at 9pm on Starz. Each episode is 30 minutes.

WHO'S IN IT: Bruce Campbell, Jill Marie Jones, Ray Santiago, Dana Delarenzo, and Lucy Lawless. But c'mon, it's really Bruce Campbell and whoever else.

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: A continuation of the Evil Dead franchise, Ash (Campbell) brings his chainsaw and shotgun back for another round of slaughtering hell-spawn and working at the Value Stop 30 years after the events of Army of Darkness.   

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: It's Evil Dead. Demons get cut in half with lumberjack equipment and shot in the face. Why wouldn't we be excited about this? 


1. The Man in the High Castle (Amazon)


WHEN IT'S ON: The 10 episodes of Season 1 will all plop down on Amazon Instant Video on Friday, November 20. 

WHO'S IN IT: Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Rufus Sewell, and Joel de la Fuente. 

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Based on the Philip K. Dick novel, this alternative history drama poses the question of what would happen if the Germans and Japanese won dubya-dubya-too. The answer: swastikas everywhere! 

WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT IT: Amazon released the pilot as part of its pilot program in early 2014, and we LOVED it. The idea of a new United States was terrifying and spectacularly recreated in the style of producer Ridley Scott's best films (i.e. Blade Runner). If there's a can't-miss show out this fall, it's this one. 




THE RUNNERS-UP

Quantico (ABC, September 27): A new and very attractive class at FBI school Quantico goes through their first year... and one of them will later be responsible for the most destructive terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11. 

Life in Pieces (CBS, September 21): A multi-generational comedy with a fantastic cast (Dianne Wiest, James Brolin, Colin Hanks, Betsy Brandt, and others) tells stories from each family member's viewpoint. 

Casual (Hulu, October 7): Jason Reitman's rom-com about a brother and sister who help each other through the dating world, is on this list because it stars Trophy Wife's Michaela Watkins. And also Tommy Dewey. But mostly Watkins.  

– The Expanse (Syfy, December 14): This outer-space drama follows a detective (Thomas Jane) as he comes across the greatest conspiracy the universe has ever known while investigating the disappearance of a woman.


Which new fall shows are you most excited about?


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Oct 25, 2015
Can you please delete Ash vs Evil Dead off this list, you have jinxed 'The Player(which i liked) The Grinder,Scream Queens and Quantico.

Apart friom that keep up the good work
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Oct 05, 2015
I remember recording Evil Dead 2 on VHS as a kid. I can't wait to see more demons rampage from this man I love so much, Bruce Campbell. I'm glad he's back as Ash and they didn't took a younger actor for a remake. This has a lot of potential to be funny and entertaining as hell.

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Oct 05, 2015
The Expanse
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Sep 28, 2015
I think the new BBCA show The Last Kingdom looks good. Evil Dead, of course. I'll give High Castle a try (always loved Phillip Dick). And I would have said Bastard Executioner a couple of weeks ago, but it's been very meh so far.
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Sep 27, 2015
I like the sound of The Expanse
Quantico (looking forward to this)
Into the Badlands
Childhood's End
The Player was pretty awesome.
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Sep 27, 2015
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert has not been disappointing so far, and I'm looking forward to Ash vs Evil Dead... Now, the Player might be intriguing, it may be worth a shot, at least it is somewhat, a bit of an original plot.

The Grinder.. well.. who knows.. It might be funny, not sure yet if it's worth my time.

The rest.. no, but thank you I say :)
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Sep 21, 2015
Into the Badlands seems so weird, but that's a mix I would enjoy to see, and an Asian as a lead protagonist is so rare in US TV shows, I won't complain :)

The Expanse is very promising, I just can't wait. Ash vs Evil Dead seems incredibly fun ^^
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Sep 19, 2015
The Man in the High Castle is the winner for this season. I'll probably become an Amazon Prime customer at long last because of it. Also looking forward to The Expanse and Ash Vs. the Evil Dead.
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Sep 19, 2015
The Man in the High Castle looks a little too...... 'Murican for me. Into the Badlands looks pretty cool, though. I'll definitely watch it and see how it goes. Scream Queens I might give a shot, but I'm not a fan of AHS or Glee, and it kind of seems like some bizarre combination of the two (minus the showtunes).
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Sep 15, 2015
The Expanse, Into The Badlands, Ash Vs Evil Dead, Wicked City, Bastard Executioner. Might give The Grinder a go because I do love me some Rob Lowe and I also like the idea of him teaming up with Kevin from Wonder Years....
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Sep 12, 2015
I may watch 3 of them but the most of them sound bad! Ash vs Evil Dead and the Rob Lowe sure but the remake of Kung Fu Japanese style not me!! I guess the writers are just too young to realize these are not new ideas!
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Sep 10, 2015
The Grinder looks fun and Lowe does know how to be comedic when he wants to. It will also be interesting to see Savage back on the screen since he has mostly directed over the recent years. My only concern is that it is on Fox so even if it is good it could be on the chopping block but with Mindy Project gone there is a nice spot for this show as a companion to New Girl.

Of course the one I'm waiting for is Ash Vs. The Evil Dead. As a fan of the movies it will be great to see Campbell bring back the iconic character. And with it being on Starz the show can amp up the blood and gore without having to worry too much about the censors.

It's interesting that SyFy is going for the limited series format again with Childhood's End. Ascension, which followed a similar format, did not end with a full series so one has to wonder if that is the goal here as well or whether the series will tell a complete story one and done style like Fox did with Wayward Pines.
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Sep 08, 2015
I see a trend where SyFy programming people are making better decisions... even factoring in Sharknado type stuff.
12 Monkeys is the best SciFi series currently on TV. Defiance has grown into a very entertaining series. Clark's Childhood's End has great credentials.
Look forward to the new season(s).

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Sep 08, 2015
Among my favorite SciFi books are Childhood's End and The Man in the High Castle so obviously I will be watching those adaptations.
Into the Badlands is only six eps which I see as a plus. Not a big commitment to check it out and the clip looks fun.
Evil Dead ... a favorite of my sons. Could be fun.
Scream Queens looks like a hoot but will have to talk my wife into watching it. She is not into horror.
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Sep 08, 2015
The Player, Quantico, Limitless, The Blindspot and maybe Supergirl.
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Sep 06, 2015
_Into the Badlands has that rare quality hardly seen on TV these days: a semblance of originality!
WHAT you've never heard of David Carradine's Kung FU? How does this one have anything that's remotely original? The only on you've listed that I'm even slightly interested in is Childhoods End and you really have to keep your hopes in check because SyFy am-i-right?
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Sep 04, 2015

EVIL DEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LUCY LAWLESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (and what do you mean "Bruce Campbell and whoever else"? I love Bruce, but LUCY "XENA" LAWLESS, GODDAMNIT!!! And let's not forget all the wonderful, wonderful, wonderful crew. Cause you get the fab Rob Taper and Sam Raimi, and they bring with them the fantastically talented Joseph LoDuca - all from the original trilogy - and already there's two great "Xena" directors listed on the credits (oh Michael Hurst doing "Evil Dead" - omg...the gore....he's going to put so much blood on the screen, it will make the films look tame - gonna be GREAT!)

"High Castle" - ugh - why do Americans make such "yey American" crap - I vomited just watching this trailer. Over the top, much? Can't you just tell a good story without the entire "They hate us for our freedom!" propaganda? It's so tired.... I turned off the trailer after about 20 seconds from the sheer American hype alone. Won't be watching that. So different from Canadian shows where people probably assume they are American because there's NOTHING in the show to suggest the characters are in Canada. Not saying to have to go to that opposite extreme, but, jeesh, calm down already. You know, it just screams “Nobody look at my penis” to quote Peter Griffin.

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Sep 29, 2015
What in the world are you even talking about? Watch the actual pilot. It has nothing to do with propagandizing "freedom" or anything else.

Making a ridiculous snap judgement after watching a 2 minute trailer makes you look like a simpleton.
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Nov 01, 2015
No, it means I am exceptional at seeing the subtext. I would never watch this series because of the rah, rah, American crap. Just make a good show, and get off the "We're #1" childish behaviour. The rest of us mock you for this pathetic mentality that ignores the reality. Not saying all Americans, as I know plenty of highly intellegent ones that equally hate this sort of behaviour and propaganda. But if you are incapable of seeing just how much American propaganda is in American television/film, then you're not one of those smart ones, are you?
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Sep 21, 2015
Americans are proud about their country and identity, there is nothing wrong with that. Plus, it was even more true in the 40s. Nobody criticizes Japanese animation for looking like Japanese, so American TV shows can be American.
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Sep 16, 2015
Couldn't have said it any better myself.
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Sep 06, 2015
Yay, why do Americans make such "yay American" crap? Because that's what they want American's to see, because that is all the USA rah-rah propaganda machine is allowed to churn out anymore. We are the sheeple your Mother warned you about, brain dead, grass fed 100% bullshit. America f**k yeah.
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Sep 27, 2015
The plural of American is Americans. No apostrophe.
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Sep 16, 2015
You speak the truth.
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Sep 03, 2015
The Man in the high Castle sounds interesting, Colbert and the new Daily show.
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Sep 03, 2015
Looking forward to The Expanse,The Player and Quantico
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Sep 03, 2015
no one beats Limitless
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Sep 03, 2015
None of it. this all looks like a bunch of shit. looks like i'll be sticking with my usual line up.
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Sep 02, 2015
I'm trying to cut down on the shows I watch since I started working full-time and find myself extremely time poor, but I'm going to have to check out Flesh and Bone and Scream Queens.
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Sep 02, 2015
Out of these i'll try out Childhoods End, Quantico and The Expanse.
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Sep 02, 2015
I am really looking forward to Childhoods End. However, if it is an adaptation that follows the book, the aliens aren't bad.

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Sep 01, 2015
Having read The Man in the High Castle, it's one of the rare occasions that I think they should divert from the book a lot
It is a great book, true classic, but it's not suited for TV. The action is minimum, the characters are close to reality, it's a great great food for thought, it poses questions on our own reality but I don't see how TV audiences will accept it
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Sep 01, 2015
From this list, I might check out The Player, just for Philip Winchester! :D
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Sep 01, 2015
I'm really excited for the Muppets, too, but other than that, this is a great list. This looks like it's going to be a great Fall.
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Sep 01, 2015
And the Player looks cool enough, but, to be completely honest, I'm really tired of practically nameless female characters getting killed off to further a male character's story. Like, it's just lazy.
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Sep 01, 2015
Haterz gonna hate but totally, definitely Heroes Reborn. And Ash vs Evil Dead. And of course, Stephen Colbert. And The Man In The High Castle because you said Blade Runner. And probably Childhood's End because I dig sci-fi and Vogel.
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Sep 03, 2015
"Haterz gonna hate..."

Especially people who use a 'z' to make a plural.
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Sep 01, 2015
scream queens I agree on being most anticipated but the rest no.I might check out SuperGirl.

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Sep 01, 2015
You have absolutely no excuse not to check out Ash vs Evil Dead!
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Sep 02, 2015
What about the most obvious one? I lack financial means to subscribe to Starz. Not really, but I wouldn't actually buy Starz for a few shows. *Not like any of this would STOP ME from watching this show, however some people aren't so relaxed about bending rules as I am.
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Sep 01, 2015
Wait, there's a Childhood's End miniseries? HOW HAVE I NOT HEARD OF THIS?!
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Sep 01, 2015
Oh yeah, The Muppets is also on my anticipated list. Now to read your article that reminded me it existed... ok, why isn't The Muppets on your list? There's clearly stuff on this list you're not that exicted about.
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Sep 01, 2015
The Blindspot
The Player
Scream Queens
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Sep 01, 2015
This list is probably the same as the upcoming list " the 10 most disappointing series of fall 2015". But it's gonna be fun bashing the series during their runs.
Seasonal TV affective disorder. O, Life with its hopeless addiction to plot.
Don't worry. I'll take my pills later.
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Sep 01, 2015
The Player just to see Phillip Winchester doing something after Strike Back
The Expanse and Quantico both deserve a chance
Flesh and Bone seems original and it may have good music
Childhood´s End, just to see if Barbie does better than in UDT.
For those outside USA, watch and judge here:

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Sep 01, 2015
I forgot Colony having premier in January 2016 with Sawyer from Lost
(I hope this one does not get cancelled)

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Sep 02, 2015
Oh, dear trailer makers, this is from CARLTON CUSE, executive producer of Lost and The Strain? Thanks for putting that in the trailer.

No thank you, I hope it gets canceled.
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Sep 01, 2015
I hope it is good enough not to get cancelled. I am looking forward to seeing Sawyer in a new role, although I cannot say I am looking forward to seeing Lori Grimes in this show.
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Sep 01, 2015
Quantico and Scream Queens are really the only ones I'm really looking forward to.
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Sep 01, 2015
Sadly, you must not have seen Ash vs Evil Dead on the list, then.
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Sep 01, 2015
With the exception of The Player, the first four entries in that list are very, very "meh": A tennis player at a countr---zzzZZZ... A drama about the rough-and-tumble world of balle--zzzzZZZZ... And Rob Lowe plays a TV lawyer who suddenly becomes a real lawyer? You're seriously desperate to find your next fix of Under the Dome-level stupidity. (And your fangasming over The Player stings more than a bit after y'all ignored Strike Back for four straight years on this pretty little site of yours.)

But the rest of the list was... pretty much exactly how I'd have done it. The Man in the High Castle's pilot was simply the most perfect thing I saw all year---I still get chills thinking of how casually that cop explained the rain of ash from the hospital. And someone would have to try to screw up Childhood's End, what with the source material being so excellent (... then again, three years ago I'd have said the same about Under the Dome, and try someone did).
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Sep 01, 2015
The Player. I'm a good ole action guy and can't wait to see Wesley Snipes' badass action on TV. What? Are you kidding me? Every Thursday night, I will be fixed in front of ma TV. Although can't compare to WS, Philip Winchester is not a bad. It can be interesting.
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Sep 01, 2015
I am soooo waiting for The Player! How cool is it to be able to see Wesley Snipes' action on TV!!! I hope they have a good story and plot so Wesley Snipes can do his thang!!!
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Sep 01, 2015
The Expanse is #1 for me. I read the first book and found it awesome. And there's a review of the pilot that praises it on io9. Can't wait for December!
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Sep 01, 2015
The Expanse.
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Sep 01, 2015
The Man In The High Castle looks great but I'm pretty sure AMAZON VIDEO isn't available in Australia so unless it's picked up by FOXTEL it probably won't air here and getting torrents for these shows always proves most troublesome.
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Sep 01, 2015
there are 2 episodes online - everyone can watch them...(not on Amazon though)
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Sep 02, 2015
Didn't know that, might have to go hunting for them. Thanks.
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Sep 01, 2015
For those of us who live outside the US ......




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Sep 01, 2015
Scream Queens looks like what Scream was meant to look like.
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Sep 01, 2015
Ash Vs Evil dead and Childhood's End and that's it for me
plus my old shows of course :)

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Sep 01, 2015
Ummmm.....Fear The Walking Dead anyone?????
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Sep 01, 2015
Technically a 'summer' show. http://www.tv.com/shows/sense8/community/post/most-anticipated-new-summer-shows-143154270939/
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Sep 01, 2015
The new series I'm most looking forward to is Scream Queens, which, judging by the promos, looks like it's going to be a real, well, scream. And by the way, Niecy Nash is also in it, which makes it even more promising IMO.

As for Childhood's End, a few days ago I downloaded the book to my iPhone and plan to read it before the series airs.

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Sep 01, 2015
but if its [PROMISE OF] quality TV..
- TMITHC
- INTO THE BADLANDS
- RED OAKS

look like solid bets.. but how you mothergoat humpers left out 'the muppets' is beyond incompetent.

that show will rock..your funny bones & nostalgia.[or is that not hip enough for you!?]
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Sep 01, 2015
miss piggy.. man, that bitch be happening!
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Sep 01, 2015
for every non-Murican.. there is only one show worth watching.. QUANTICO [obvs].. ohhh ..'bigger than 11th september'... i wonder what they have planned.

either way, im cheering the good 'bad' guy.. i hope they win!

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Sep 01, 2015
I feel like Ash vs Evil Dead speaks to the world, the way it has Bruce Campbell, fighting evil, and chainsaw arms just defies borders and cultural differences.
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Sep 01, 2015
Some great stuff here.
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Sep 03, 2015
Where? I must have missed them going through the list.
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Sep 03, 2015
Wise guy huh.
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Sep 01, 2015
Lucifer. The pilot was great it looks like a lot of fun
The player. Wesley Snipes people Wesley Snipes
Childhoods end. Give me a soild cast and Syfy im in.
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