Now that the school year is in full swing, the work has started to pile up. The next chance we have to relieve ourselves from the tedious homework and studying is Thanksgiving break. As we look forward to future, why not become hooked on a television show that could help pass the time? This fall, there are many new series and seasons premiering in the upcoming weeks. From dramas to reality shows, be sure to take a break and make time for the ones that interest you!
The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons –Wednesday, September 19 at 10:00 pm
This will be season 23 for The Challenge. It consists of the members from the Real World Las Vegas, Austin, Sydney, Brooklyn, Cancun, New Orleans, San Diego, and St. Thomas. This year the games take place in Bodrum, Turkey where one team will take home $250,000. The backstabbing and competition is shown during the battles and in the house. Alcohol, exes, and alliances will create drama to see who cracks under pressure. Friendships and relationships will be made or destroyed.
Jersey Shore (Season 6) – Thursday, October 4 at 10:00 pm
The final season has arrived and the cast of Jersey Shore takes on Seaside Heights one last time. The fights, tears, and laughs have hooked us before, and they end the season right where they started. Will Sam and Ron have their usual drama? Will MVP get all the girls they want? Who will get arrested? Will Mike actually do some sort of work at the Shore Store? How will Snooki prepare to be a mom? These are all questions we’ve been dying to know, and they will be answered in less than a month!
Underemployed – Tuesday, October 16 at 10:00 pm
This new comedy takes place around five best friends that have just graduated college. They are ready to brace the world and get the dream jobs they’ve been hoping for. Unfortunately, they find themselves being underpaid at part time jobs or not paid at all. In efforts to direct their career paths, they learn to speak up, make sacrifices, and work hard for what they want. Relatable to college students who search for the perfect job after they graduate, this series will bring some laughs while watching them on their journeys.
Parks and Recreation – Thursday, September 20 at 9:30 pm
Starting their fifth season, the cast of Parks and Recreation face another year serving the parks department. This comedy follows the personal and work lives of the cast, as they strive to serve the public’s concerns. Based around recently elected City Councilor, Leslie Knope, the season follows her throughout her long distance relationship and days in the office.
Chicago Fire – Wednesday, October 10 at 10:00 pm
From the creator of Law and Order, this new drama follows a firehouse and the life and death situations they face. Having lost a fellow firefighter, the squad is reminded of him every day because most of them were there. While they save lives, each man has their own personal issues they battle with. Anger, stress, and conflict encompass the firefighters, due to their deadly occupation. With two good-looking males leading the series, they might attract you to give the show a chance.