Empire left us with a cliffhanger and we return to the show finding out what happens. This show launched the careers of many now household names, like Taraji P. Henson, Jussie Smollett and even Bre-Z. When this show returns, we’ll be locked in to find out the latest in the drama-filled life of the Lyon family.
2. How To Get Away With MurderSource:Getty
This fall, we’ll get our first update on Annalise Keating and the gang. HTGAWM has Thursdafys on lock starting September 22nd. We expect more drama, more murder, and more legal expertise to teach these kids how to get away with it all.
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This new drama from NBC shows how life will surprise all
This time travel action thriller will go back in time to
stop villains from trying to alter history, but there’s a twist. Since
one of the cast members is Black, they’ll take an honest look at
major issue in this show, Executive Producer Eric Kripke said, “Yes.
We have to play it realistically.”
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‘The Walking Dead’ returns to AMC Sunday, October 23 T 9/8c. With a new nemesis, a lot of new characters, and a tiger, this season of ‘The Walking Dead’ will continue to be must-watch TV.
This interesting show comes from HBO and will
7. Lethal WeaponSource:Getty
Damon Wayans returns to TV to take on the role, originally made famous by Danny Glover, in this TV adaptation of ‘Lethal Weapon.’ Also starring Keesha Sharp and Jordana Brewster, the series will follow a “slightly unhinged” cop who makes his best attempt to stay stress-free.
Power is in its third season and still going strong. As Tommy and Ghost redefine their relationships and friendship with each other, they’ve also got to deal with building their businesses and worst of all – Kanan.
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With a slew of stars under its belt, popular Starz series Survivor’s Remorse follows two guys navigating fame, family, and fortune. Created by Mack O’ Malley, things definitely get messy sooner rather than later.
September marks the returns of Black-ish, a great scripted comedy starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross as the heads of a family that deals with race issues in America, as well as numerous serious topics in the Black community in a humorous way.
11. Tyler Perry’s For Better or WorseSource:Getty
We fell in love with the over-the-top antics of Marcus and Angela Williams, as well as the myriad woes of Joseph and Leslie and Richard and Keisha, who are at various stages of their relationships. The new season will provide more great entertainment on the OWN Network.