This fall, make the most of the inclement weather and get comfortable watching the newest TV shows to hit the networks. There are some real gems airing this fall, which boast, not only some of the best actors in the world, but also some of the most famous Hollywood directors and producers. The likes of Joss Whedon, J.J. Abrams, Robin Williams, Toni Collette, and others, make up just a small portion of the cast and production teams. Here are the most talked about, top 5 TV shows debuting this fall (for the full list of fall debuts see end of this story):
Top 5 TV Shows for Fall 2013
So, out of all the latest TV shows to air, there are a few that really stand out as the best of the best, with Emmy award winning potential. Here is a little bit more about these excellent TV choices.
Marvel’s Agents of the S.H.E.I.L.D.
Brought to you by super producer, director, creator genius Joss Whedon, who also brought you The Avengers, Agents of the S.H.E.I.L.D is based on the secret intelligence agency that appears in most Marvel Comics. S.H.E.I.L.D stands for Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate. It stars Clark Gregg, Ming Na, Elizabeth Henstridge, Chloe Bennet, and Brett Dalton.
If you ever wondered what happened to James Spader post Boston Legal, the answer is here! He is the star of a brand new, intense psychological drama, The Blacklist, where he plays a criminal mastermind, who comes forward and gives himself up to the authorities. Strangely, he also offers to give up everyone he has ever worked with – his only request is to deal exclusively with a new FBI agent played by Megan Boone. The Blacklist was created by John Eisendrath who also created his award winning hit series, Alias.
J.J. Abrams has done it again, producing this futuristic action packed police drama, Almost Human. 35 years from now, human like androids have integrated themselves into society and the show tells the story of a police officer who does not particularly like the robotic race, who is unexpectedly partnered with an android who has unique emotional responses. Together they solve crimes and form a unlikely bond. The show is created and also produced by J.H Wyman who also did Fringe.
With a talented cast and creative team, Hostages is set to be one of the most suspenseful series of 2013. From the creators of Homeland and Law & Order, Hostages tells the story of a top notch surgeon, played by award winner Toni Collete, who is suddenly thrown into the middle of a political conspiracy, and her family is held hostage by Duncan Carlisle, played by Dylan McDermott, a rogue FBI agent.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
A period TV series based on the Adventures of Alice in Wonderland, where Alice’s strange visions and tales of a special land beyond the rabbit hole, has her family worried and wondering about her mental well being. From the creators of Lost, this story takes the traditional fairytale and turns it upside down as doctors try to cure the seemingly troubled girl. Starring Sophie Lowe and John Lithgow.
With these top 5 TV picks, you will have endless options of high octane, drama fueled entertainment, but if you need more, here’s the full list of debuts:
Debut Series by Network
Marvel’s Agents of the S.H.E.I.L.D
Back in the Game
Super Fun Night
Once Upon a Time In Wonderland
The Crazy Ones
We are Men
Welcome to the Family
Sean Saves the World
The Michael J Fox Show
The CW Network
The Tomorrow People
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