September TV show lineup

Cathleen Weng, Staff Writer

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With Fall comes a number of recurring things: multicolored leaves, school and a cooling temperature. It also comes with a combination of new and returning TV shows.

 

Sept. 18: “Dancing with the Stars” started its 25th season on ABC.

 

Sept. 20: “The Good Place,” an NBC comedy, starts its second season. “The Good Place” stars Kristen Bell as a woman who dies and is wrongly sent to the so-called good area of the afterlife.

 

Sept. 25: “Gotham” returns to FOX for its fourth season.

 

Sept. 24: “60 Minutes” begins its 50th season on CBS.

 

Sept. 25: “The Big Bang Theory,” a CBS comedy, returns for its 11th season, followed by “Young Sheldon,” a prequel to the show, also on CBS. “Scorpion” will begin its fourth season, also on CBS. On NBC, “The Voice” returns for its 14th season and “The Brave,” a new show about undercover American military heroes, will premier. Finally, on ABC, “The Good Doctor,” a show starring “Bates Motel” veteran Freddie Highmore as a young surgeon with autism and Savant syndrome, will begin its first season.

 

Sept. 26: “NCIS,” “Bull” and “NCIS: New Orleans” will return to CBS. A TV show reboot of the popular movie franchise, “Lethal Weapons,” will premier on FOX, followed by season two of “The Mick” and season five of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” NBC comedy-drama “This is Us” will also return, followed by “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders.”

 

Sept. 27: NBC shows “The Blacklist,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and “Chicago P.D.” will return. On ABC, “The Goldbergs,” “Speechless,” “Modern Family,” “American Housewife” and “Designated Survivor” will return. On FOX, “Empire” and “Star” will return. On CBS, “SEAL Team,” a drama series about Navy SEALs will premier, followed by season 13 of “Criminal Minds.”

 

Sept. 28: “Thursday Night Football” returns to CBS. “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” return to ABC. “Superstore,” “Great News” and “Chicago Fire” return to NBC, as well as the revival of sitcom “Will & Grace.”

 

Sept. 29: “MacGyver,” “Hawaii Five-0” and “Blue Bloods” return to CBS. “Hell’s Kitchen” and “The Exorcist” return to FOX. Finally, on ABC, “Marvel’s Inhumans,” an eight episode series about a community of superheroes premiers.