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Interesting, new television series’ to premiere this fall

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This fall there is a scintillating smorgasbord of new television shows premiering. From chilling thrillers to sappy romantic comedies, there is something for everyone in this fall’s lineup of the latest and greatest.

· Selfie: Tuesday, September 30th at 8 P.M. on ABC

This show is a modern day spin-off of “Pygmalion” that presents Eliza Dooley and her quest to be famous on the internet. Unfortunately, her desire for fame has left her with few friends and little social skills so she hires a marketer to help her reintegrate into the real world.

· Marry Me: Tuesday, October 9th at 9 P.M. on NBC

This romantic comedy chronicles one couple’s struggle to find the perfect proposal. As they grapple with the proposal issue, the couple also begins to question their compatibility.

· Gotham: Monday, September 22nd at 8 P.M. on FOX

This show brings to light the backstories of infamous DC Comic villains. For any superhero fans this is a must-watch!

· Gracepoint: Thursday, October 2nd at 9 P.M. on FOX

A young boy’s body is found on a beach and soon his sleepy seaside town is in turmoil due to the influx of media and the intense investigation. The show is centered around the pair of cops in charge of investigating the homicide.

· Madame Secretary: Sunday, September September 21st at 8 P.M. on CBS

The President of the United States asks a former CIA agent and mother of two to step up to the position of Secretary of State. The show follows the Secretary of State’s life as she balances her two, occasionally conflicting, roles.

· A to Z: Thursday, October 2nd at 9:30 P.M. on NBC

This romantic comedy follows the relationship of Andrew, a hopeless romantic, and his love interest, Zelda, from beginning to end. It has been deemed comparable to the popular “How I Met Your Mother.”

· How To Get Away With Murder: Thursday, September 25th at 10 P.M. on ABC

This legal thriller revolves around Viola Davis, a tough-as-nails law professor. Her students vie for her good favor and also for a position at her top-notch law firm.

· Jane the Virgin: Monday, October 13th at 8 P.M. on CW

In this show, a virgin named Jane is accidentally inseminated by her gynecologist. To make matters more confusing, the sperm donor is her long-time crush and boss, Rafael.

· Kingdom: Wednesday, October 8th at 8 P.M. on DirecTV

This show chronicles the ups and downs of an ex-mixed martial arts competitor turned gym owner and his two sons. The drama promises lots of action in addition to a plot full of twists and turns.

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