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ScreenSpy’s Guide to New Drama This Fall

Do you need more drama in your life? If the answer to this question is a resounding yes then keep reading because we’ve got details on the full lineup of new drama headed your way over the Fall 2013/Winter 2014 period.

If it’s on TV this season, we’ve got you covered. Simply click any show icon below for the latest episode details, interviews, images, trailers and more, or expand our “New On” tab to see more specifics on air dates, pilot episode reviews and individual show summaries.

There’s no reason not to be a Drama Queen … or King this Fall.


[toggle title=”Read More About What’s on ABC This Fall …”]Like NBC, ABC is casting a wide net this Fall with a slew of new shows across a range of genres. Building on the success of Once Upon a Time, comes a new spinoff series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, which is set to expand on the fairytale adventures of Alice in Wonderland.

And in keeping with the genre theme, the awkwardly titled Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is surely set to build on the phenomenal success of recent superhero movie franchises.

Midseason also sees another genre mystery show Resurrection hitting the air. The pilot episode packs both a tremendous premise and quite an emotional punch. Of the genre shows on offer this one definitely promises the most in terms of originality and scope.

Meanwhile, look out three new dramas headed your way including lottery-shennanigans based Lucky 7, new sudsy drama Betrayal (a perfect match for Revenge, which is headed into its third season this Fall) and Killer Women, starring Battlestar Galactica’s Tricia Helfer.

You can catch our thoughts on the pilot episodes of all of these shows in our New Drama on ABC This Fall article.[/toggle]

[one_third last=”no”]Killer Women

Killer Women

[/one_third][one_third last=”no”]Lucky 7

Lucky 7

[/one_third][one_third last=”yes”]Once Upon a Time in Wonderland

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland

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[toggle title=”Read More About What’s on FOX This Fall ……”]FOX has a strong lineup for Fall 2013 with two new genre shows – the futuristic Almost Human, premiering Monday November 4th and starring Trek’s Karl Urban, and the supernatural Sleepy Hollow, which kicks off on Monday September 16th following the season premiere of Bones. 

Then, from Midseason, we can expect Rake, a legal drama with strong comedic notes starring Greg Kinnear, and Gang Related, a gritty new crime thriller set in the Los Angeles underworld.

You can check out our full pilot reviews for all of these shows in our New Drama on FOX This Fall spread.[/toggle]

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Almost Human

Almost Human

[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]Gang Related

Gang Related

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[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow

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[toggle title=”Read More About What’s on NBC This Fall …”]NBC’s Fall Drama lineup for 2013 presents some interesting choices this year. The Blacklist, starring James Spader as a Hannibal Lector-esque criminal mastermind, premieres Monday, September 23 at 10 p.m. in the coveted timeslot following The Voice, indicating that this  might just be something special.

Then from Wednesday October 2nd, The new Blair Underwood-starring cop procedural Ironside starts its freshman run with a new take on an old show.

Dracula, staring Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the title role, also kicks off on Friday October 25th as a clever partner for Grimm, now entering its third season.

From midseason we can expect the supernatural, JJ Abrams-produced Believe along with a new emotionally-charged action thriller Crisis, starring Dermot Mulroney and Gillian Anderson.

You can catch our in-depth pilot reviews on all of these shows in our New Drama on NBC This Fall spread….[/toggle]

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[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]Crisis


[/one_third] [one_third last=”yes”]Ironside


[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]The Blacklist

The Blacklist

[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]Dracula


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While CBS may be playing it cool with just two new dramas in its lineup this season, we were nonetheless impressed with both Hostages (premiering September 23rd) and the crowd-pleasing Intelligence, which kicks off on February 24th.

Hostages stars the eminently capable Toni Collette as a surgeon coerced into taking the life of her patient – the president of the United States – by rogue FBI agent Duncan Carlisle (Dylan McDermott), while Intelligence, starring Lost’s Josh Holloway and Once Upon a Time’s Meghan Ory delivers action, drama and a touch of buddy-cop procedural with the tale of a test subject with a microchip in his brain (Holloway) and the special agent sent to protect it – and ultimately him. (Ory) [/toggle]

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[toggle title=”Read More About What’s on The CW This Fall ……”]The CW are offering an intriguing mix of genres in their Fall lineup this year. From super heroes to scifi and just about everything in between, the Network is casting a broad net. But will your attention be caught by what’s on offer? Check out our no nonsense reviews of the CW’s new Fall dramas through the link.[/toggle]

[one_third last=”no”]Reign


[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]Star-Crossed


[/one_third] [one_third last=”yes”]The 100

The 100

[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]The Originals

The Originals

[/one_third] [one_third last=”no”]The Tomorrow People

The Tomorrow People

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