As summer comes to an end, some of the hit TV shows face a contract renewal from their network. Fear not, as not all the popular shows have said goodbye and new pilots are now in the works this season.
This action-packed superhero series follows the story of Detective James Gordon from the DC Batman comics and The Dark Knight trilogy, in his early days at the Gotham City Police Department. Gordon is on a mission to solve the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne.
After meeting the young Bruce Wayne in the wake of his parent’s murder, Gordon must confront gang boss Fish Mooney and many others of Gotham’s future villains, such as the Penguin, the Riddler, Catwoman, and the Joker.
Set in the point of view of one of the greatest detectives in Gotham City, Gordon steers through a corrupted city on the edge of evil, forming a friendship that will help shape Bruce’s future.
A modern-day twist on Washington Irving’s classic The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the drama is based on Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) a resurrected solider from the American Revolution.
Alongside the infamous Headless Horseman, Ichabod learns that stopping the Horseman’s murderous rampage in modern-day Sleepy Hollow is just the beginning. With the help from Lt. Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) the two will fight evil in their town to protect not only their future, but also the world’s as the series returns this fall.
A to Z
A to Z, a new NBC romantic comedy, brings viewers in on the lives of two lonely people who cross paths on an Internet dating service.
Mad Men star Ben Feldman plays Andrew, a secret romantic under his “guy’s guy” persona. Working for an Internet dating company, he finds the perfect match to other hopefuls like himself as he waits to find his own true love.
Zelda (Cristin Milioti) is a “girl’s girl” type of lawyer with a powerful defense when it comes to dating. After a computer glitch in the system sends her a wrong match, she is asked to come to the internet dating company where Andrew works. Despite their differences, sparks fly and their journey begins.
After winning two Golden Globe Awards this year, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE returns this fall to give fans the laughs they’ve been waiting for. Andy Samberg reprises his role as Detective Jake Peralta, who is no longer working for the precinct anymore, but is now undercover for a FBI investigation. After confessing his love towards Detective Any Santiago, played by Melissa Fumero, Jake is left wondering if she feels the same way.
As great of a detective as he may be, Detective Peralta is up against a mission he has never faced before and more is at stake than before.
From the Executive Producer of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles comes Emerald City, a dark adaptation of the colorful tale of The Wizard of Oz. Desperate for clues to find her biological mother, twenty-year-old Dorothy Gale breaks into an underground facility out in the Midwest.
Unable to find what she was looking for, the heroine in the classic tale steals a police dog and drives away into the night straight into the path of a tornado.
Similar to the fable, she is transported to a mystical world, far away from her own. The Land of Oz as it has been transformed in a way unimaginable for the TV screen.