The Sabre Magazine Fall Issue Volume 1 - Page 19

2014 The Year of Fall TV! TELEVISION REPORTER: Daniel Blanco #1 THE FLASH Everyone is probably not even sleeping anymore, trying to cram every new TV show. With TV shows like How To Get Away With Murder, Red Band Society, Gotham, and the return of famous shows, like Grey’s Anatomy, Sleepy Hollow, and Once Upon a Time, it is bound to be the most talked about TV season ever. Here are 5 new shows that will probably be on everyone’s DVR. A spin-off of the ever so popular The Arrow, is the story of how Barry Allen became The Flash. With his fast speed, Flash fights crime, helping the police solve crimes and arrest criminals. NETWORK: THE CW MORE INFORMATION: WWW.CWTV.COM #2 GOTHAM Gotham is the prequel for the whole Batman series, starting with the deaths of Bruce Wayne’s parents. The main character is police chief Jeff Gordon, and he fights crime, battling against notorious villains, like the Penguin, Catwoman, and theRiddler. NETWORK: FOX MORE INFORMATION: WWW.FOX.COM #3 HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER This is probably one of the most talked about TV shows of this year. No doubt it is going to be the next Grey’s Anatomy, since Shonda Rhimes produced the show, along with being the mastermind of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal. It stars Viola Davis as a professor at a law school. Let’s just say, she calls her class “How to Get Away with Murder” and all her students take a lot of notes outside of school, when they get caught up in a dangerous murder plot. They use the class to try and get away with murder. NETWORK: ABC MORE INFORMATION: WWW.ABC.COM #4 MADAM SECRETARY Tea Leoni plays a former CIA agent whose former boss, now the president of the U.S., appoints her as Secretary of State. With her personality and attitude, she shakes things up in Washington D.C., but also deals with living at home as a wife and mother. NETWORK: CBS MORE INFORMATION: WWW.CBS.COM #5 RED BAND SOCIETY With the setting of the show in a L.A. hospital, and the narrator of the show a patient in a coma, this show is obviously a first, and for a good reason. This is a coming-ofage show with a group of kids facing life-changing missions like battling cancer and heart defects. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer also stars as a doctor in the hospital, mentoring the kids while they go through the ups and downs of adolescence. NETWORK: FOX MORE INFORMATION: WWW.FOX.COM