Fall into television favorites

September 26th, 2013

As the crisp fall air brings pumpkin spice lattes, sweaters and autumn colors, it also brings what will keep us inside on those brisk days: fall television shows. Whether you will be looking for comedy, drama or suspense, the lineup of new and returning television shows for this fall has something to fulfill everyone’s needs. So sit back, relax and choose which one of these shows will be helping you procrastinate your homework this fall.



“Super Fun Night”

The hilarious Rebel Wilson (known as Fat Amy from “Pitch Perfect”) has created, written and will star in “Super Fun Night,” premiering this fall. Wilson plays Kimmie, a dorky and not-so-adventurous girl who decides to try to fit in at the clubs after she’s encouraged by a promotion she receives at her law firm. This new show has an underdog, an extremely awkward main character and promises laughs from even the coldest of people. What more could you ask for?

Premieres Wednesday, Oct. 2, 9:30 p.m.



Almost Human

This brand new show is set in the year 2048, where technological advances have overcome human society and crime is uncontrollable. Police officer John Kennex (Karl Urban) and Dorian (Michael Ealy), a highly advanced robot, unite to solve futuristic crime and attempt to restore humanity in a time when life is wildly different.

Mondays, 8 p.m.



“The Goldbergs”

This heart-warming comedy explores the lives of a family living in the 1980s, where hair bands and leg warmers dominate the scene. The 80s garb is just a cherry on top of the embarrassing and relatable stories told by a child growing up in this loving, but somewhat obnoxious, family. “The Goldbergs” is sure to be full of humor.

Tuesdays, 9 p.m.




“How I Met Your Mother” 

The ninth and final season of this highly-anticipated show brings the wedding of heartbreaker Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin Scherbotsky (Colbie Smulders) as we find out how the gang meets Ted’s (Josh Radnor) future wife. After waiting nine years to find out how Ted met his children’s mother, we’re sure to be in for an eventful season we won’t forget.

Mondays, 8 p.m.



“The Walking Dead”

Season four of “The Walking Dead” brings back another season of suspense and terror as Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his crew of apocalypse survivors battle blood-thirsty zombies. This season is sure to be filled with some unexpected twists and the further development of relationships between the already-complicated characters.

Premieres Sunday, Oct. 13, 9 p.m.




Showtime’s hit thriller returns for its third season of nail-biting entertainment. This season picks up two months from where it left off, when we last saw the CIA’s offices bombed by terrorists. As the search for the people responsible for the attack ensues, situations will become even more intriguing.

Premieres Sunday, Sept. 29, 9 p.m.