These are the five fall TV shows that you should all be watching right now…
…Or maybe after finals. But hey, collegiettes, if you want to take a study break with a quick binge watch, no judgment.
This is one of the best new sitcoms out this fall. It is the story of a modern, upper-middle class black family working out their lives as people of color in a predominately white neighborhood. It is a provocative, but very real story that is hilarious to watch. Some episodes are better than others but it doesn’t mean this show is not worth watching because trust me – it will make you laugh as you join in on the family fun.
If you are a fan of the CW’s Arrow, then you are obviously going to like this new superhero drama. Meet Barry Allen, AKA “The Flash”, and watch him grow as a superhero; putting away the bad guys who all received their powers one night when a super conductor malfunctioned. Allen is an endearing character that is different from the typical player: rich, suave stereotype. He is the cute nerdy guy who is really into science that you are sure to fall in love with.
The superhero shows are getting popular this season, but this show kind of does a new take on a popular story line: Batman who is not Batman yet….uh yeah, it is about Bruce Wayne and all of the other super villains’ pre-super villainhood. Yes, you get to meet all of the character’s as their younger selves. The story focuses around the Wayne murders and Jim Gordon’s effort to solve the case. The interesting storyline incorporating all of your favorite characters makes this worth the watch.
How to Get Away With Murder
I feel like you all are probably all over this show, but just in case, I wanted to cover all my bases. From the beloved writer of Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy, comes this new drama-filled show set in a law school. Think Legally Blonde, but her being part of the murder. Yes, it is that cool. The first couple of episodes may come across as overly dramatic, but hold on, because it gets even better!
If you want a light-hearted rom-com to watch this fall, then this is the show for you. The first couple of episodes are hard to bear but the characters will grow on you as the story progresses. Follow John Cho’s character, Henry Higgs, teach Karen Gillian’s character, Eliza Dooley, to function within normal society without her smartphone and social media. It has unfortunately been canceled, but it will air its full thirteen episode season, making it perfect to binge in one go.