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Which TV series are you looking forward to seeing in Autumn 2015...

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MTWTFSS Sun 19-Jul-15 08:44:52

I am really looking forward to new television series starting:

- Blunt Talk
- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
- Scream Queens
- Supergirl

I am also looking forward to watching continuing series:

- The Big Bang Theory, season 9
- Modern Family, season 7
- Jane the Virgin, season 2

To be honest, if I had known The Big Bang Theory series 8 finale would have ended with such a HUGE cliffhanger I would have waited until TBBT series 9 had begun and watched the previous episode just before.

RingtheBells Sun 19-Jul-15 08:56:21

Homeland
Celebrity big brother
X factor
Strictly

OK, I know the last three aren't really TV series but a lot of my favourites have finished like The Mentalist sad and GOT is not on 'til next year but hope to get ideas now, I will look at the ones you listed smile

odyssey2001 Sun 19-Jul-15 15:11:03

WHO. WHO. WHO. WHO. WHO. WHO.

Idontseeanydragons Sun 19-Jul-15 18:59:14

Doctor Who.
Doctor Who.
Doctor Who...
grin

Oodear Mon 20-Jul-15 08:02:57

Yep. doctor Who!

MercuryRising Mon 20-Jul-15 19:22:13

The Apprenticesmile

50shadesofknackered Wed 22-Jul-15 00:17:34

The walking dead, which I think usually starts again in the Autumn.

bialystockandbloom Wed 22-Jul-15 00:23:00

tardis tardis tardis

Nothing more to be said.

Geoff0409 Wed 22-Jul-15 10:41:16

The Supergirl Pilot was great I thought. Loved it. Also looking forward to The Flash season 2, Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow season 4, Doctor Who (I absolutely love Peter Capaldi and, although I am not an expert, for me he's the best Doctor Who ever). Most of all The Goldbergs season 3. The Goldbergs has been my TV highlight this year and E4 need huge praise for picking it up. Best comedy on TV by a mile, and right up there for me as one of the best ever.

Idontseeanydragons Wed 22-Jul-15 12:39:48

Forgot about Legends of Tomorrow, that's got Arthur Darvill in as Rip Hunter hasn't it?
Autumn is a good time for Sci Fi nerds smile

Twinkie1 Wed 22-Jul-15 12:41:36

Real Housewives of Cheshire
Bake Off
The Apprentice

But I don't really care as long as Uni Challenge and Only Connect are on.

Geoff0409 Wed 22-Jul-15 15:44:40

I agree Idontseeanydragons . My wife also loves all of these shows, despite not watching anything Sci-Fi before we met. I can't imagine that the fact Stephen Amell plays The Arrow makes it any easier for ladies to watch wink I must also give a shout out to Once Upon A Time on Netflix . Have loved this show from the start and even an old friend of mine who is really critical of this type of show has recently got into it and really likes it. Plus I have an absolutely huge crush on Lana Parrilla who plays Regina/The Evil Queen. Season 5 roll on please.

Nurserywindow Wed 22-Jul-15 15:55:01

Downton Abbey
The Great British Bakeoff

Normally look forward to Strictly but I think it's becoming a bit tired.

KnockMeDown Wed 22-Jul-15 16:12:41

Dr Who and Sherlock

poocatcherchampion Wed 22-Jul-15 16:16:27

I'm really trying to get into TV so clicked on this thread in hope but I've either never heard of them or not interested.

Anyone want to sell me TV?

Doilooklikeatourist Wed 22-Jul-15 16:16:36

Bake Off .
Strictly
X Factor
I'm a celebrity

It's the countdown to Christmas !!!!

LooseSeal Wed 22-Jul-15 16:22:31

I really looking forward to Midwinter of the Spirit, based on Phil Rickman's Merrily Watson books. I'm Not sure if it's being shown this autum or later though.

mumofthemonsters808 Wed 22-Jul-15 16:34:59

Homeland, I can't think of anything else.

mumofthemonsters808 Wed 22-Jul-15 16:38:50

Just remembered Love/Hate, I can not wait for series 2

MargolottaOfUberwold Wed 22-Jul-15 16:41:43

Lords of the North, I have been waiting so long for it!

PandaMummyofOne Wed 22-Jul-15 16:53:26

Walking dead in October! 31st I think. Has been for the last couple of years anyway.

To prepare we binge watch all the previous episodes in order.

PandaMummyofOne Wed 22-Jul-15 16:55:25

Oh and arrow completely for the story and not Stephen Amell, honest and once upon a time.

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