Spa Week’s got the breakdown of the top 5 returning and new shows to look out for on the small screen this September and beyond.Fall may be the most anticipated season change of the year. It’s back to school, fashion is at it’s peak, and probably the most exciting–TV premieres! After a long summer filled with action movies, cheesy reality shows and actually enjoying the company of other people, couch potatoes everywhere will set their DVR’s and go back to their favorite pastime–the small screen. These are our top 5 TV shows to look out for this fall!
This much-beloved sitcom returns for its farewell season on September 25th. Fans will finally get the answers to some major season five cliffhangers, plus enjoy a little more time with the beloved Braverman clan. Get your tissues ready, because as if you haven’t cried enough watching (every episode) of Parenthood, the final season is sure to be a tearjerker.
Selfie is a show for the millennial generation, with a story line that will ring true– a 20-something, a viral video and image issues. Starring Karen Gillan and John Cho, this is definitely one show to look out for this fall.
Dancing with the Stars
Fan favorite reality series returns this September for its 19th season, this year with new judge, ex-pro dancer Julianne Hough! Tune into Good Morning America on September 4th to find out all of the new celeb dancers. Plus, check back for something special from Karina Smirnoff on SpaWeek.com on September 15th, the night of the show’s premiere!
How to Get Away with Murder
This new show is already getting top marks from critics. Starring Oscar nominated actress Viola Davis, this legal thriller premieres after Scandal, giving it an immediate boost.
Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere are at it again in the home of country music! Rumor has it that Hayden’s real life pregnancy will be written into the script. You don’t want to miss this one, because as fans of the show know, there are multiple options for the baby daddy. Drama at its best!
Arielle Sidrane is the Associate Editor of Spa Week Daily.