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Fall for These New TV Series

We are only a couple of weeks into classes, yet those carefree summer days seem to be a distant memory. Our agendas are filled with essays and readings, rather than beach-going and barbeques. As we pack up our shorts and t-shirts and exchange them for sweaters, the crisp fall air brings with it a crop of new television series that gives us an hour of vacation to bring us back to that care-free feeling of summer and sanity. Here are the new series this fall worth tuning in to week after week.

Chicago Fire (NBC)
Premieres: October 10th at 10/9c
Things are about to get hot at Chicago Firehouse 51! Dick Wolf, of Law & Order fame, brings to NBC a new fiery drama that follows the lives of firefighters in the Windy City that put their lives on the line. Starring Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney, and David Eisenburg, Chicago Fire is bound to be one of the hottest shows this fall.

Nashville (ABC)
Premieres: October 10th at 10/9c
Music City is the stage for ABC’s fall drama starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere. Britton plays Rayna James, country music’s fallen star who is looking to get back on top of the charts. Panettiere plays the country teen sensation Juliette Barnes, stealing the limelight from Ms. Rayna James. Nashville hits all the right notes with rivalry, politics, and sex.

Animal Practice (NBC)
Premieres: September 26th at 8/7c
Justin Kirk stars in the NBC comedy as a Dr. House-like vet with a very funny and very furry companion Crystal the monkey (The Hangover Part II, Community) as Dr.Rizzo. Prepare yourself for a lot of monkeying around on NBC’s Animal Practice.

Arrow (CW)
Premieres: Wednesday, October 10th at 8/7c
CW is on point with the fall series Arrow. Stephen Amell stars as Queen, the Green Arrow. Queen is a playboy by day and crime-fighter by night who honed his archery skills on a deserted island for five years, after surviving a boating accident that killed his father. He returns to civilization to avenge his father’s death and clear his family name.


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Chloe Green-Vamos joined the Her Campus team as a Branch Manager in September 2011. In this role she oversees 5 new My Campus branches and works with very talented writers and leaders in colleges across the U.S. Chloe first became involved with Her Campus in January of 2011 as a contributing writer for Her Campus BC. Chloe is a junior at Boston College in the A&S Honors Program majoring in French and Communication. Chloe spends her spare time doing yoga, cooking(what do you expect from a Southern girl),shopping and daydreaming about travel.
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