Olivia Pope has returned in this political thriller, and it’s just too good not to watch! Season 4 starts off with a very different tone than the previous seasons, but with equal the amount of drama and unexpected turns. Want to steal Olivia’s Style? You’re in luck as The Limited created an exclusive, limited time clothing line inspired from the show. Check it out! Watch it Thursday on ABC at 9/8c PM.
This show is here for its sophomore year, and I couldn’t be more excited for what’s to come. If you haven’t check out James Spader’s notorious criminal character teaming up with the FBI, you’re missing out. This show captures America’s attention, because there is one consistent story line filled with mini plots each episode to catch the next bad guy! Watch it Monday on NBC at 10/9c PM.
In this new hit, a former CIA agent becomes the new Secretary of State. Tea Leoni is a great star to the show, and while so far it’s received mixed reviews – I’m no doubt a fan. Political dramas seems to be all the new rage, but with a female leading the charge this show brings a new twist. It’s filled with politics, but not too much politics to bore you. This show definitely isn’t as dramatic as a show like Scandal, the storyline seems more realistic while already alluding to some corruption. I really hope the story line can hook it’s audience at the end of the premiere season. Watch it Sunday on CBS at 9/8c PM.
How to Get Away With Murder
This was definitely the most anticipated new comer into the fall TV lineup. ABC has another Shonda Rhimes hit, starring Viola Davis, with oodles of drama hitting America’s television screens. The plot takes place in Criminology 101 at a Law School that seems anything but ordinary! The show has an interesting point of view as the viewer switches from current to future tense. A huge secret is unveiled in the pilot, but leaves the audience with so many unanswered questions! I’d be surprised if any first-time viewer wasn’t hooked on the show. Watch it Thursday on ABC at 10/9c PM.
It’s just the best show on television. Period. Watch it Wednesday on ABC at 9/8c PM.
The Flash (Premiere Coming Oct 7th)
A DC superhero series will be coming next week. Truth be told, the only reason I’m excited for this show is Michael Scofield’s return to television! aka Wentworth Miller from Prison Break! Watch it Tuesday on the CW at 8/7c PM.