It’s fall! You know what that means? Pumpkin Spice lattes? Get the f**k out! It means it’s time for some TV, and I’ve got the info on some new sci-fi series that are looking to get audiences hooked.
Over at CBS, Limitless starring Jake McDorman will try to match the success of its predecessor film where a man tries to unleash the full potential of his brain. The series began September 22nd. Also flying in is Melissa Benoist as Supergirl. The show will begin airing on October 26th. Then, be sure to catch Angel from Hell, featuring Jane Lynch as a mysterious “angel” intervening on the life of perfectionist Maggie. The show begins on November 5th.
As for Fox, you can check out the small screen Minority Report beginning on September 21st and the new Ryan Murphy horror comedy Scream Queens on the 22nd. Yes, there are excessive amounts of screaming.
NBC will begin airing Blindspot on the 21st. The series stars Thor’s Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe, a mysterious woman who is covered in tattoos that lead to crimes. Get pumped that the world gets another chance when Heroes Reborn hits the TV on September 24th.
SyFy will start rolling out some new shows in December beginning with the mini-series Childhood’s End on the 14th. The show will be featured for two hours over three nights. Directly afterward, fans can catch The Expanse featuring Thomas Jane and Steven Strait. Both are based on beloved novels and have been subjects of a lot of hype since Syfy has appeared to get its act somewhat together when it comes to content.
Please don’t forget that Starz will finally be showing Ash vs Evil Dead beginning on Halloween! It’s bound to be nine episodes of chaotic fun.
As for streaming options you can catch Marvel’s Jessica Jones released in its entirety on Netflix on November 20th and Amazon’s incredible Man in the High Castle will be premiering its first season on November 20th as well.
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