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The end of summer means one thing for TV lovers and that's an exciting new lineup of shows and the return of some fan-favorites. Over twenty new shows have been added to the mix this upcoming season. Comedies, dramas and rom-coms make up just a handful of what the fall season has to offer.
Latinos Post rounded up five shows to check out this September:
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Elementary (CBS) Premieres: Thursday, Sept. 27, 10 p.m.
CBS takes a new spin on classic Sherlock Holmes with their new drama, Elementary. Starring Johnny Lee Miller as a drug-addict Sherlock and Lucy Liu as his sober companion Dr. Joan Watson, Elementary is based in present-day New York City. E!Online reports that the duo have an interesting relationship that's sure to keep viewers interested. Fans of BBC's Sherlock should rest assured; however, the show is completely different take and will not conflict with the BBC show.
Go On (NBC) Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 11, 9 p.m.
Friends' Matthew Perry comes back as Ryan King, a sportscaster that's forced into counseling after the death of his wife. Go On premiered after the Olympics and oozes potential. According to Entertainment Weekly, the cast consist of great actors who could help the new show stay afloat. Look forward to Perry's quirky humor to get a few laughs.
Last Resort (ABC) Premiers: Thursday, Sept. 27, 8 p.m.
ABC brings a complex new drama this season with Last Resort. The show, which centers around a nuclear submarine crew that defies orders to launch nuclear weapons and is forced to declare itself the smallest nuclear nation, stars Andre Braugher and Scott Speedman. The hour-long show will have to fight to stay alive during its starting time slot, The Hollywood Reporter said. Last Resort, however, has something for everyone with government secrets, romantic tension and even an island rescue.
The Mindy Project (FOX) Premiers: Tuesday, Sept. 25, 9:30 p.m.
Fox's new show, The Mindy Project, is sure to attract rom-com lovers everywhere. Starring Mindy Kaling, as Dr. Mindy an OBGYN trying to make sense of her professional and love life, the show has great scenes and proves to be relatable to many. The show's pilot is available on HULU but comes back on September 25.
The New Normal (NBC) Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 11, 9:30 p.m.
Fans of show creator Ryan Murphy will fall in love with NBC's new show The New Normal. The show, which features a gay couple hoping to have a child through surrogate, has already created some controversy before its full premiere. The New Normal stars Andrew Rannells and Justin Bartha as gay couple Bryan and David who hire a single unwed mother, Goldie (Georgia King) as the mother of their unborn child. The show's pilot is also available on HULU and it comes back September 11.