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The much-anticipated fall television season is here. Our entertainment specialists highlight the shows they most look forward to this season.





By Sabrina Solorzano and Nicholas Biria

“Scream Queens” Creator Ryan Murphy, best known for “Glee” and “American Horror Story,” is giving us a new spin on college life, with many laughs while a killer is on the loose.

The show centers on the sorority Kappa Kappa Tau and a connection with a murder that happened twenty years ago. Many familiar faces will guest star on the show such as, Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, Keke Palmer and Jamie Lee Curtis. “Scream Queens” makes its debut Sept 22.



Modern Family is set to come back this fall on Sept 23.

The mockumentary by ABC is making a comeback this fall with it’s 7th season. It is one of ABC’s highest rated shows with a staggering eleven million viewers per episode. The series revolves around a variety of contrasting families with different characteristics and backgrounds.

Some familiar faces got their big break on the show such as Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Sarah Hyland.



“Empire” has been renewed for an 18-episode second season due to it’s tremendous success.

The show is an American drama series on FOX. It focuses the hip-hop company Empire Entertainment and the drama between members of the founding families, as they fight for the rights of the company.

Terrence Howard and Tarji P. Henson are the stars and creators of the show. “Empire” season two premieres Sept 23.


mgid-uma-image-vh1“Candidly Nicole” another fall favorite starring the wonderful Nicole Richie is back. VH1 has decided to pick up the show again for a second season after AOL Originals claimed it for an internet series.

This season, she’s talking more about serious issues but with her signature twist or wry humor. Nicole details her daily adventures while providing insight into her views on everything from style to business ideas.

With all these fall shows come cancellations as well. According to E! Online more than thirty percent of the shows that are released this fall will be cancelled. Many shows are cancelled due to small numbers in viewers. The networks spend money for a shows’ time slot and if they are receiving low views, they lose money. Other things that contribute to cancellations are thing such as, bad reviews, conflicts and even cast contracts.

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