I knew it was fall when I woke up Monday morning and wish that I grabbed a coat. I don't mind the fall, though, especially with the new seasons of shows starting up. There are always a mix of brand new shows and shows that got renewed, with something for everyone.
Here are the top 10 shows I'm looking forward to.
10. "Blind Spot": I can't tell how good this will be, but NBC is hyping it up like no other. It revolves around a Jane Doe found in Times Square with unique tattoos and no memory, who is being teased as the female Jason Bourne.
9. "Gotham": It would be higher on the list, but I ran out of time to watch how season one ended. After a day of Netflix, I'll get back on track.
8. "Scream Queens": It's a Fox show, so I'm not holding my breath. It does, however, have a stellar cast with Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, Nick Jonas, Skyler Samuels and more about another murder happening at Wallace University 20 years after a mysterious death at the same school.
7. "Family Guy": I don't care how long it's been around, it doesn't get old, and I don't think it will. Well, I did say the same thing about "The Simpsons" 10 years ago...
6. "American Horror Story: Hotel": I actually enjoyed last season's "Freak Show," but I'm extra excited for this season's effort. Plus, Lady Gaga is going to crush her role.
5. "How to Get Away with Murder": Forget "Scandal," "How to Get Away with Murder" is the real show you should be watching on Thursday nights. I'm especially excited for the premiere, as the show ended on a cliffhanger to finish season one. Viola Davis is fantastic as usual.
4. "Fresh Off the Boat": I thought I was going to hate this show when it premiered last year, but it ended up being one of the best shows on television. It's based off the book by the same name about Eddie Huang and his family growing up in Florida.
3. "The Goldbergs": I've spoken about the show before, but it's coming back for yet another season. It's based on actor, director and producer Adam Goldberg's family when he was growing up as a kid in Philadelphia.
2. "Thursday Night Football": Loophole? Probably, but you didn't expect me not to have some type of sport on here, did you? Plus, it's listed on the fall premieres, so there.
1. "The League": It actually had its season premiere last week, as it always launches during Week 1 of the NFL season. The show is about eight friends (six main characters: Taco, Ruxin, Pete, Kevin, Andre, Jenny) in a fantasy football league trying to win "The Shiva," but the antics of the group in their everyday lives adds to the hilarity.