As summer comes to an end, it gives way to falling leaves, pumpkins, and brand new television shows. To break out of your summer slump, keep a look-out for these upcoming television shows.
First up on our list is a medical examiner who does more than just deal with the dead. “Forever” follows Dr. Henry Morgan, New York’s best medical examiner. Morgan solves cases for the police, while trying to solve a mystery of his own: the secret to his own mortality. While he impresses his partner, Det. Jo Martinez, with the skills his life of over 200 years has given him, his secret is only known to his best friend, Abe. “Forever” stars Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four) as Dr. Henry Morgan, Alana De La Garza (“Law & Order”, “CSI: Miami”) as Detective Jo Martinez, and Judd Hirsch (Damages, “Numb3rs”) as Abe. “Forever” will air on September 22nd on ABC at 10/9 central.
Superheroes are all the rage on silver screen, and television is no exception. DC Universe is taking to the television screen with “Gotham”, a Batman spin off featuring popular villians such as The Penguin, Catwoman, Two Face and The Joker. “Gotham” shows audiences the rise of all of these villains and heroes—the fight of Detective Jim Gordon, Gotham’s most famous detective, Bruce Wayne before he became Batman, and the most treacherous supervillians of all time tell their backstories and show how they became what the fans of the are familiar with. Ben McKenzie stars as Jim Gordon, David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne, Camren Bicondova as Selena Kyle, Robin Lord Taylor as Oswald Cobblepot, and Cory Michael Smith as Edward Nygma. “Gotham” will air on FOX on September 22nd at 8/7 central.
Marvel has a television adaption of “The Flash” coming up this October starring “Glee”’s Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, a CSI (crime scene investigator) who is on the hunt for the truth about how his mother was killed and to free his father of blame for the crime. After being struck by lightening, Barry develops super speed, and he flies through Central City saving the day. “The Flash” stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton as Barry’s best friend Iris, Jesse L. Martin as Det. Joe West, and Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow, and will air on October 7th at 8/7 central on the CW Network.
Finally, four law students get a very realistic lesson in “How To Get Away With Murder”, airing on ABC. Viola Davis (“The Help”) stars as Professor Analise Keating, a teacher who gets entangled in four of her students’ drama, and shows them that you do, in fact, use lessons from the classroom in real life. The students will do anything to make Keating’s law team, legal or not. “How To Get Away With Murder” stars Viola Davis, Billy Brown, and Alfred Enoch, and will air September 25th at 10/9 central.
For a full list of premieres and shows, check out www.tvguide.com.

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