Premieres: September 23rd at 9pm, ET on FOX
Cookie, Lucious, Jamal, Hakeem, and Andre are back to decide the fate of the Lyon empire in this highly-anticipated season.
Premieres: September 24th, 9pm ET on ABC.
Ms. Pope is back and fixing drastic dilemmas, hiding complex secrets, and “handling” possibly some of the biggest scandals on television.
Premieres: September 24th, 10pm ET on ABC.
This suspense-driven show about astute law students and their entanglement in a treacherous murder is back with more ammo to have us tipping off the edges of our seats. Hopefully we’ll find out who Rebecca’s killer is on Season 2
While The Game was still airing on BET, Akil pulled a Shonda Rhimes and created Being Mary Jane for the network in 2013. Starring Gabrielle Union, the series focused on the life of a Black woman who’s successful in her career but still trying to figure out love, family and life. Season four of the show continues on July 18 on BET.
Being Mary Jane
Premieres: September 23rd at 9:30pm, ET on ABC.
Andre (Anthony Anderson), Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross) and their colorful brood are back for more laughs and social commentary.
Premieres: September 24th 10pm ET on NBC
Wesley Snipes stars as the charming, no nonsense former intelligence officer who works as expert security in this action packed, Las Vegas thriller.
Premieres: September 21st at 8pm ET on NBC
The Voice is returning for a ninth season with some new additions. Missy Elliott will be serving as an advisor to judge Pharrell Williams’ team. Rihanna will also be joining the team as the key mentor for all four teams.
Premieres: December 3rd, at 8pm, ET on NBC
What a lineup for this remake. Newcomer Shanice Williams as Dorothy, Queen Latifah as The Wiz, Mary J. Blige as Evillene, David Alan Grier as The Cowardly Lion, Uzo Aduba as Glinda, Amber Riley as Addaperle and The Wiz veteran (who played the original Dorothy in the show’s debut), Stephanie Mills as Auntie Em.
Premieres: September 28th at 9pm, ET on FOX
Good play the lead in this new drama pilot, which is a sequel to the 2002 Steven Spileberg movie. Good will play Lara Vega, a detective who helps a clairvoyant man find his purpose and use his gift for good.
Premieres: September 27th at 10pm, ET on ABC
A group of brilliant recruits arrive at the FBI Quantico Base for training, only, one of the recruits are suspected of conceptualizing the largest attack in New York City since 9/11.
Premieres: September 22nd at 10pm ET on CBS
Similar to the 2011 movie, a man gains the ability to use 100 percent of his mental capacity and uses his newfound ability to solve weekly cases for the FBI.
Premieres: September 4th on Amazon
An unlawful, wedded judge suffers from a mental breakdown and goes on a hunt for the rapist who destroyed his family. While on the quest, the judge uses visions and messages he believes are sent from God by way of his ventilator-bound son.
Premieres: September 23rd at 8pm ET on FOX
Morris Chestnut plays Dr. Rosewood, a brilliant and gifted private pathologist who has the ability to read the secrets of individuals both living and dead. Dr. Rosewood teams up with the city’s detective to uncover clues that’ll help the Miami Police Department solve the city’s most difficult cases.
Premieres: November 10th at 10pm, ET on NBC.
A spin off from NBC’s Chicago Fire, Chicago Med chronicles the emotional ride of the city’s explosive hospital and the team of doctors that keep it afloat. Together, the Chicago medical team tackle pressing, topical cases and create intense relationships in the emergency room with occasional visits from the Chicago police and fire departments that will act as the show’s supplemental set of heroes.
Premieres: September 22nd at 8pm, ET on FOX
Keke Palmer plays college student who pledges to a sorority at the elite on Wallace University. However, things take a turn when the sorority pledge goes wrong and is followed by serial murders that rattle the campus. Niecy Nash stars as one of the hilarious campus security guards who tries to keep things in order until suddenly, her co-worker becomes a victim of one of the murders.
Premieres: TBA on NBC
A successful Atlanta attorney’s long lost friends suddenly reappear after 25 years. When a secret they shared somehow resurfaces, the group of friends band together and embark on a journey of righting the wrongs from their past and testing the limits of their brotherly loyalty.
Premieres: September 14, 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Tamar Braxton and Chaka Khan are joining Season 21 of Dancing with the Stars, alongside Kim Zolciak-Biermann and Alek Skarlatos, the U.S. serviceman who helped stop a gunman on a Paris-bound train.
Premieres: September 14th on ABC.
Host and chief stylist Tyra Banks will share her beauty and business experiences while on a mission to empower women. Joe Zee, Chrissy Teigen, Lauren Makk, and Leah Ashley co-host.
Premieres: TBA On FX
Gooding will play Simpson during his murder trial. The drama will give a behind-the-scenes view of the trial and be told from the perspective of laywers invloved in the case.
Premieres: October 16, 8:30pm on NBC
This bold new comedy focuses on two couples from different backgrounds who come together as friends and engage in bouts of uncensored conversation.
Premieres: Late 2015 on ABC
In desperate need of a babysitter, and some much needed alone time, a couple (played by Nia Long and James Lesure) call in their last resort, Uncle Buck (played by Mike Epps), a hilariously irresponsible man who puts the children in unfavorable situations and finds it difficult to abide by the parents’ rules.
Premieres: September 24th, 8pm ET on NBC
After a terrorist attack hit Odessa, Texas, those with superhuman abilities were blamed for the tragic event. Now, the extraordinarily abled are hiding from villains with wicked motives
Premieres: October 2nd, 8:30pm ET on ABC
An actor turned doctor tries, with good intention, to be a great husband, dad and doctor. However, though he has great motives, his execution sometimes drives everyone a bit mad.
Premieres: October 1st on FOX
In a third season of Sleepy Hollow, Abby Mills (Nicole Beharie) will be giving you more action in the “return of what the Second Tribulation has begun, as well as a return of the Witnesses to duty.”
Premieres: Fall 2015 on WeTV
Angela Simmons, Romeo Miller and Damon “Boogie” Dash join the cast of WeTV’s six-episode docu-series, Growing Up Hip Hop. The series will focus on the next generation of hip hop royalty as the sons and daughters of music legends attempt to step beyond the footprints of their famous families.
Premieres: September 14th on FOX
Talk show queen Wendy Williams will be back for an eighth season with the hottest topics straight from the purple chair.
Premieres: September 14th, 12pm ET, on FOX
The Real ladies Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon are back for their second season.
Premieres: September 14th on CBS
The Talk ladies Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne, Sara Gilbert, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler are back for a sixth season to discuss today’s most pressing headlines.
Premieres: September 8th, 11am ET on ABC
Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Raven-Symone will be back for another season of The View, this time accompanied by new co-hosts. There is a replacement on the lookout for Nicole Wallace’s spot thought not yet known. Rosie Perez’s replacement however, will be Michelle Collins.
Premieres: September 8th on NBC
Harvey returns to daytime television for a fourth season with heartwarming surprises and more.
Premieres: Late 2015 on OWN
Holly Robinson-Peete and her husband Rodney open their lives to cameras for this exciting new family reality show, which is expected to air on Saturdays on OWN. Stay tuned!
‘Iyanla: Fix My Life’
Premieres: September 18th, 11:00 p.m. ET on Adult Swim
This live action scripted comedy series is back for a second season to give you more jokes and of course, more Jesus.
Premieres: Midseason On CW
When a fatal epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, chaos ensues as quarantine is enforced, the infected fight for their lives and local and federal officials scramble for a cure. Loved ones will be torn apart and humanity will further devolve while new heroes emerge.