So you’ve seen the lists of all those new shows the networks are trotting out for fall. But are they any good? Here’s a quick look at 14 new shows that are coming this fall.


The suspense drama “Blacklist” stars James Spader as a former government agent who also happens to top the FBI’s most wanted list.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers  stars as “Dracula,” bent on revenge on his creator and obsessed with a woman who looks like his dead wife.

The high-profile “The Michael  J. Fox Show” marks the actor’s return as a series lead.  In a plot that parallels his own life, Fox plays a former news anchor with Parkinson’s disease who returns  to the workforce.


Ichabod Crane wakes up after 250 years to find himself in modern times in “Sleepy Hollow.”

“Enlisted” is a military-based comedy about three brothers and their unit of misfits.

It’s 2048, and police officers are partnered with androids on the futuristic police drama “Almost Human.”


“The Crazy Ones” marks Robin Williams return to TV. It also stars Sarah Michelle Gellar as his daughter.

Comedy “Mom” stars Ana Faris as a single mom who’s also an alcoholic, and Alison Janey as her mother.

Jerry Bruckheimer’s suspense drama “Hostages” stars Toni Collette as a surgeon who, along with her family, is taken hostage.


Dead loved ones start returning to town in “Resurrection.” Hopefully, it goes better for them than it did for those folks over on “The Walking Dead.”

An elite group of agents is recruited to investigate the strange and protect the planet on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

Tricia Helfer stars as a Texas Ranger in “Killer Women”

The CW

Probably the network’s most anticipated new show, “Vampire Diaries” spinoff “The Originals” is set in New Orleans and is about, of course, vampires.

“The Tomorrow People” have special abilities like telekinesis and telepathy.

 — Heather Chavez