The fall season is always our busiest time around the office. There are so many great new and returning shows in 2016 that it would be difficult to list them all, but here are some that our production team couldn’t wait to work on.
Better Late Than Never – August 23rd – NBC
Brand new from NBC, Better Late Than Never follows Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, and George Foreman as they travel across Asia with comedian Jeff Dye. Based on the wildly popular South Korean program Grandpas Over Flowers, it premiered earlier this week to 7.4 million viewers.
NBC Hell’s Kitchen – September 23rd – Fox
Gordon Ramsey fans will be delighted this September when Hell’s Kitchen returns for its 16th season. Contestants are gradually eliminated based on how they perform in challenges and dinner service until one chef is declared the winner.
Shameless – October 2nd – Showtime
Showtime’s hit dramedy typically premieres in January, but season 7 will be returning to the airwaves shortly on October 2nd. The series follows alcoholic patriarch Frank Gallagher and his six children.
Frequency – October 5th – CW
After discovering she can speak to her deceased father through ham radio, Detective Raimy Sullivan enlists his help to work on an unsolved murder. The series was inspired by the 2000 film of the same name and was created by Supernatural executive producer Jeremy Carver.
2 Broke Girls – October 10th – CBS
Back for its 6th season, 2 Broke Girls returns to CBS with a 1-hour premiere in early October. Max and Caroline deal with breakups and friends’ babies as they manage their new role as part-owners of the diner.