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14 Fall TV Shows You Should Watch

From sitcoms to dramas, these must-see new shows are on our radar

Chicago Fire
NBC, Wednesdays at 10 p.m., premieres Oct. 10

An old-school procedural that follows the work and personal lives of firefighters and emergency workers at a Windy City fire station. It's from Law and Order producer Dick Wolf — need we say more? Eamonn Walker (ER, Oz) plays the battalion chief.

Go On

Matthew Perry and the cast of NBC's "Go On." — Dustin Wallace

Go On
NBC, Tuesdays at 9 p.m., premieres Sept. 11

Matthew Perry takes another whack at post-Friends TV glory, playing a recently widowed sports radio host attending group grief therapy sessions. Sounds heavy for a sitcom, but Perry plays off nicely against a gaggle of quirky therapy patients. It's worth keeping an eye on.

Revolution
NBC, Mondays at 10 p.m., premieres Sept. 17

The lights go out for good in this ambitious new sci-fi drama set on an overblown, futuristic Earth 15 years after a global blackout. The show follows a young girl trying to reunite her family and discover the reason for the mysterious power loss. The pilot feels listless but it's an intriguing idea, and there are proven Hollywood heavyweights — Lost creator J.J. Abrams and Iron Man director Jon Favreau — at work here so it could brighten.

Well, there's our list of must-see new shows. What TV shows are on your list? Let us know in the 'Tell Us What You Think' comment section below.

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