5 New TV Shows We Can’t Wait to Watch This Fall
Although the warm weather has passed, we now have new TV shows to look forward to this fall season. Check out these five all-new fall 2017 TV shows that we’re sure will be a hit.
“9JKL” is an upcoming American comedy about a man named Josh Roberts living near his intrusive but good-willed family. The show is based on the life of producer Mark Feuerstein when he lived in apartment 9K, between his parent’s apartment, 9J, and his brother, sister-in-law, and their baby’s apartment, 9L. This show will be airing on CBS on Mondays at 8:30/7:30c.
This new sitcom will air on ABC this fall. It’s about a mid-30s journalist, husband, and father, Alex Schuman, who decides to quit his job and start his own business. The show stars Zach Braff, Michael Imperioli, Tiya Sircar, and Hillary Anne Matthews.
This is an upcoming drama series about an intense look into the complex world of brave military heroes. Along the way, they must make personal sacrifices while being involved in dangerous missions. “The Brave” stars Mike Vogel, Anne Heche, Demetrius Grosse, and Noah Mills, and will air Mondays at 10/9c on NBC.
You may have already seen previews for this upcoming medical drama on ABC. The show is about Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism who relocates from a quiet area to join a distinguished hospital’s surgical unit. Though Shaun struggles to connect with those around him, his medical talents save lives. Shaun Murphy is played by Freddie Highmore (“Bates Motel”). Other cast includes Antonia Thomas, Hill Harper, Richard Schiff, and Nicholas Gonzalez. “The Good Doctor” premieres Monday, September 25th, at 10/9c.
If you want a different perspective, “Champions” is a one-camera show that follows Vince, a gym owner, and his younger brother, Michael, who is “a gorgeous idiot.” Their life of working out and dating women comes to a halt when Vince’s son is dropped off by one of his high-school flings. This comedy stars Anders Holm, Andy Favreau, JJ Totah, and Mindy Kaling. Look out for “Champions,” coming soon to NBC.