The Fall TV Season

Amanda Berck

As summer shows, such as “Breaking Bad”, begin to wind down new and returning shows take over our television once again in the fall season. Several shows have returning fans such as “The Walking Dead”, “Boardwalk Empire”, and “Sons of Anarchy”. Many shows are debuting for the first time such as “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “The Goldbergs”.

The Primetime Emmy Awards will air September 22 nominating shows like “House of Cards”, “Mad Men”, and “30 Rock”. The Emmys have divided the awards into two groups of comedy and drama into categories such as outstanding lead actor and outstanding director. My vote is on Aaron Paul to win Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

Talent competition shows are returning with “The X Factor”, “American Idol”, and “Dancing With The Stars”.  “Dancing With The Stars” has multiple actors you may know like Nicole ‘Snooki’, Bill Nye(The science guy), and Corbin Bleu (yes from “High School Musical”) so it sounds like an exciting year of no one being able to really dance, except maybe Corbin who does have past experience.

Shows off the BBC channel have recently become popular like “Sherlock” and “Doctor Who”, which will be reaching its 50 anniversary November 23.

Even though TV shows are moving forward I will not be able to move on from the last season of “Breaking Bad”.