Okay, so we love a good movie, a great book, and a fashion magazine here and there, but one of the easiest ways to unwind at the end of the day is in front of the television. Luckily, the fall schedule is packed with shows that will not only help you unwind, but likely give you a healthy dose of entertainment and maybe even a giggle or two. But don’t take our word for it. Click through to find out which shows you should start making room on the DVR for with our top fall television picks. Read on!
The lifelong friendship between Louis (Michael Urie) and Joe (David Krumholtz) is tested when Louis starts dating Wyatt (Brandon Routh) and Joe gets engaged to Ali (Sophia Bush). Premieres Monday, September 24, on CBS at 8.30pm/7.30pm central.
The Mindy Project
Watch as single physician Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) navigates her way through her personal and professional life. With Chris Messina, Anna Camp, Stephen Tobolowsky, and Amanda Setton. Premieres Tuesday, September 25, on FOX at 9.30pm/8.30pm central.
The final season is sure to see plenty of drama. Georgina Sparks (Michelle Trachtenberg) is set to return to the screen, while fashion insider Alexa Chung will make a cameo as herself. Premieres Monday, October 8, on the CW at 9pm/8pm central.
Hart of Dixie
Will George (Scott Porter) go back to Lemon (Jaime King)? Will Zoe (Rachel Bilson) choose Wade (Wilson Bethel) over George? And why have both Rachel Bilson and Jaime King been spotted in wedding dresses? Premieres Tuesday, October 2, on the CW at 8pm/7pm central.
The Walking Dead
Watch as the survivors fight new enemies and old, led by Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln). Look out also for Michonne (Danai Gurira), a brand new character that will definitely shake things up. Premieres Sunday, October 14, on AMC at 9pm/8pm central.