The new fall tv season is officially upon us, with a slew of new shows and many returning favorites starting new seasons beginning Monday, Septmber 24th.
For a look at the complete night-by-night network (ABC,NBC, CBS, Fox, and The CW) tv schedule, check out the following link: https://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/more-tv-news/fall-tv-2018-complete-night-by-night-network-schedule/
For a look at all the new series debutting this fall on the major networks, check out the following link: https://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/more-tv-news/fall-tv-2018-every-new-series-coming-to-abc-cbs-the-cw-fox-and-nbc/
For a handy calendar that breaks down all fall premiere dates for both returning and brand new shows, check out the following link:https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/tv-schedule-fall-premieres-2018-r11.jpg
What new shows will you be sampling? What returning shows are you eager to have back? What will have your undivided attention as it airs (commercials and all) and what's being relegated to your dvr? What will you watch within a week of airing and what are you saving until you can binge it (either in full or a few episodes at a time)?
More importantly (for the sake of our group, anyway) what are you watching this fall that you might want to chat about?
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