Networks are just weeks away from debuting their Fall lineups, featuring both new shows and returning favorites. The Onion breaks down what to watch this Fall.


It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FX)

This season, the gang realizes their spins-offs will fail and should make some extra cash now

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The Brave (NBC)

This adrenaline-fueled series dives into the world of America’s bravest heroes: viewers who throw caution to the wind and watch first-season NBC dramas

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Indian Family (CBS)

Like the other family sitcoms, but this time they’re Indian


Brunch @ Bobby’s (Food Network)

Bobby Flay does whatever he wants or he’s fucking walking


The Voice (NBC)

The singing competition returns after last season’s cliffhanger finale, picking right back up as Carson Daly says the second half of the winner’s name

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Golf (ESPN)

There will still be golf on TV


9JKL (CBS)

This new sitcom tells the unlikely story of a family that isn’t always conflict-free

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Dad’s Show (CBS)

Don’t go in the den when Dad’s show is on, Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST


A.P. Bio (ABC)

A brand-new comedy series from producers Seth Meyers and Lorne Michaels that promises to absolutely skewer mitochondria

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Dynasty (The CW)

Producers have brilliantly modernized this ’80s soap by having all the characters use cell phones and say the word “internet”

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Hart Of Dixie (Netflix)

You could always just watch this again

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