I have a confession: I never was one of those people who watched Tv shows religiously. Until last year.
One of my best friends, Karyn, would always talk about the newest show that she was hooked on. She was constantly telling me I should watch X, Y, and Z show because I would enjoy it. Fast forward a year later I now have become one of those committed Tv show watchers.
As school began again so did my favorite shows that went on a summer hiatus. Here are my favorite Fall Tv shows for 2015!
How to Get Away with Murder
If you have not heard about How to Get Away with Murder… where have you been?! Through flashbacks and flash-forwards, the show reveals how the Keating 4, along with their professor, cover up their tracks on murdering the professor’s husband. This is an intense show that packs in a lot of drama and mystery that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about the characters.
Jane the Virgin
What attracted me to Jane the Virgin was the plot line. Jane is a pregnant virgin. Say what? This show contains drama, romance, scandals, breakups and everything you could want in a telenovela. You need to watch this telenovelas-esque show to find out how Jane handles her new life as a mom!
Okay. I must confess that I started watching The Flash just because I have a crush on Grant Gustin. *blushes* Although, I do admit that I genuinely enjoy the show. This superhero themed show has action, love, drama all rolled into one, with a little bit of comedy sprinkled in. I follow the cast members on social media platforms and it seems like they bond really well off-set. You can tell the actors love playing their characters with each other. And that makes me love the show even more.
With only three episodes under their belt, Quantico is already making headlines for being a new must-watch show! The first episode revealed a lot more than I predicted from the previews. So I am very curious to see how the rest of the season will play out! The show seems to have the same reveal concept as How to Get Away with Murder as it uses flashbacks and flash-forwards to reveal the history and future of the eight FBI trainees.
Young and Hungry
Does the blonde girl sitting on the counter look familar? It’s Emily Osment from the Hannah Montana days! Osment has upgraded from being the best friend of Miley Stewart/ Hannah Montana to being the flirty cook for a good looking tech developer. This is one of my favorite shows to watch after a stressful week because of all the hilarious situations Osment’s character, Gabbi Diamond, gets herself in.
Leave a comment and let me know your favorite show to watch! It doesn’t have to be for the fall season. 🙂