With fall creeping just around the corner, there are a number of exciting new TV shows getting ready to be released. From The Bastard Executioner to Fear the Walking Dead, here are 10 shows that you won’t want to miss in the fall 2015 lineup.
The Bastard Executioner, which is set to be premiere on September 15 on FX, is the latest series from Kurt Sutter. The medieval drama follows a warrior knight (played by Lee Jones) who is forced to return to his old life of violence and become the executioner.
Scream Queens is a comedy horror series that follows a group of sorority girls who are forced to deal with a string of murders in this hilarious comedy horror. Ryan Murphy’s (American Horror Story) series airs September 22 on Fox.
The Catch is the latest series by Shonda Rhimes and centers on the story of a fraud investigator, played by Mireille Enos (The Killing). The series is scheduled to premiere sometime this fall on ABC.
Fear the Walking Dead, the companion series to AMC’s other zombie show The Walking Dead, is set for an August 23 premiere. The series follows a group of individuals in Los Angeles, California, who deal with the initial zombie outbreak first hand.
With a successful run in the ’90s that included 9 seasons, the iconic show The X-Files is returning to televisions in January on Fox. Although the plot isn’t really getting a lot of attention, fans will be thrilled to learn that both David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will be returning to reprise their roles.
Supergirl will round out CBS’ fall TV 2015 lineup of superhero shows. The show, which stars Melissa Benoist (Glee) as the Superman’s cousin, is set for an October 26 premiere.
Limitless is based on the 2011 film starring Bradley Cooper. Not only is this series based on that hit movie, but it also will feature Cooper reprising his role as Eddie. The series airs on September 22 on CBS.
For those who enjoy a good horror series, Ash vs. Evil Dead is set to premiere on Starz this fall. The series follows Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) 30 years after the events in the original Evil Dead movies.
Blind Spot follows the story of a woman (Jaimie Alexander) who wakes up in the middle of New York without any memory of her identity. With help from the FBI, she is forced to find out who she is by following a trail of clues in the form of tattoos. The series premieres September 21 on NBC.
Heroes Reborn is a reboot of the popular series Heroes and will pick up where the latter left off. The sci-fi series is scheduled for a September 24 premiere on NBC.
Tell us! Which shows are you looking forward to in the fall 2015 line-ups? Are you dying to see The Bastard Executioner? Are you ready for another hit from Shonda Rhimes with The Catch? Let us know in the comments below.
[Image From ‘The Bastard Executioner’ Courtesy: Kurt Sutter Instagram]