Fall TV Preview ー Take our Poll: Which Shows Are You Most Excited About?

It is almost that time. The sun is setting earlier each day, and before you know it, the leaves will start changing color. That means it will soon be time for your favorite TV shows to return for a new season! It also means that new shows are making their debuts while fan favorites are coming to an end.

Broadway Stages is excited to see our sound stages and filming locations back on the small screen. We would love to know:  which show filmed at Broadway Stages you most looking forward to watching? Let us know in the comments section after reading about the 10 shows listed below.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Hulu)

On Wednesday, September 4 check out the new miniseries "Wu-Tang: An American Saga" on Hulu. The 10-episode miniseries tracks the influential hip hop group's rise to fame. Watch the trailer below and tune in next month to hang out with Method Man, The RZA, Ghostface Killah, and the rest of the clan.

Bull (CBS)

On Monday, September 23 "Bull" will return to CBS for its fourth and final season. Last season ended with Benny and Bull in fisticuffs, leaving the future of Trial Analysis Corporation (TAC) in doubt. Will Benny ever speak to Bull again? Find out when the show returns next month, and get ready by rewatching the fight below.

FBI (CBS), New Amsterdam (NBC)

On Tuesday, September 24 two drama series return for their second seasons: "FBI" on CBS and "New Amsterdam" on NBC. We are so glad that both shows chose to film right here in New York, creating economic growth for local businesses. We are particularly happy that they selected our sound stages as filming locations and hope that both shows have successful sophomore seasons. In case you missed season one of "FBI," watch the trailer to prepare for season two.

Evil (CBS)

On Thursday, September 26 CBS's terrifying new show "Evil" will premiere. The pilot episode aired at San Diego Comic Con last month, and those lucky enough to be in attendance said it was genuinely scary. Find out more about the psychological mystery by reading our blog post about its debut at Comic Con, and get a first look at "Evil" in the video below.

Blue Bloods (CBS)

Friday September 27 marks the highly anticipated return of "Blue Bloods" for its 10th season. Season nine culminated in the long-awaited wedding of Jamie and Eddie. We have a long-standing relationship with the cast and crew of this CBS drama, and we can’t wait to see their hard work come together again next month. Congratulations on 10 seasons! What a milestone! Relive the happy couple's wedding day below, and tune in on September 26 to see what's next for the Reagans and their friends.

Godfather of Harlem (EPIX)

On Sunday, September 29 the crime drama series "Godfather of Harlem" will premiere on EPIX. With Academy-Award winner Forest Whitaker starring, this show should not be missed. It tells the true story of crime boss Bumpy Johnson who took on the Italian mob in New York in the 1960s. Get a sneak peek in the trailer below.

Almost Family (FOX)

On Wednesday, October 2 another new drama will premiere. "Almost Family," based on the Australian show "Sisters," will air on FOX this fall. The show tells the story of an only child Julia Bechley, who finds out that her father, a fertility doctor, used his own sperm to conceive as many as 100 children. Learn more about the show in the trailer below.

The Blacklist (NBC)

On Friday, October 4 "The Blacklist" will return for its seventh season. Season six was a rollercoaster full of twists and turns, and season seven will no doubt continue the ride. Check out a clip from last season's finale, and tune in to find out Red's fate.

Madam Secretary (CBS)

The sixth and final season of "Madam Secretary" will debut on CBS on Sunday, October 6. The big news from the season five finale is that Elizabeth McCord is officially running for president. Will she win? Find out soon when the show returns in October, and check out the clip below from the season six finale in which Elizabeth announced her candidacy.

Which show filmed at Broadway Stages are you most excited to see? Let us know in the comments section!