We know it's still summer, but with fall 2014 right around the corner, the new TV shows are itching to get started. Get excited for these new shows to love.
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Debuts^Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014, on NBC

Love it: This 30-minute romantic dra-medy (drama/comedy) chronicles the romance of Andrew, a hopeless romantic who works for an online dating website, and Zelda, a skeptical dater (get it? A-to-Z? Andrew and Zelda?), as they fall in love through a chance meeting... for the second time. Get a sneak peek on the NBC website.

Starring^ Ben Feldmen (previously of Mad Men) and Cristin Milioti (previously of How I Met Your Mother

Bad Judge

Debuts^Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014, on NBC

Love it: Add this show to your guilty pleasures list for fall. By day, Rebecca is a hard-knock criminal judge in Los Angeles. By night, she is practically a criminal herself, thanks to her partying ways. We can't resist a little good judge/bad judge action and neither will you. Get a sneak peek on the NBC website.

Starring^Kate Walsh (previously of Private Practice)

Forever

Debuts^Tuesdays this fall on ABC

Love it: In a new series that is more than meets the eye, medical examiner Henry is more than just that. See if you can figure out the secret to his immortality as he solves some of New York City's biggest crimes. Get a sneak peek on the ABC website.

Starring^Ioan Gruffudd (previously of Fantastic Four) and Alana De La Garza (previously of Law and Order

Madam Secretary

Debuts^Sundays this fall on CBS

Love it: Another new drama that puts a woman — and a mother — in a top political position, the Secretary of State in Madam Secretary somehow keeps her diplomatic cool at work and at home. Get a sneak peek on the CBS website.

Starring^Téa Leoni (previously of The Family Man) and Tim Daly (previously of Wings)

Manhattan Love Story

Debuts^Tuesdays this fall on ABC

Love it: Finally, a look into the head of what the other sex is thinking on a date. This new romantic comedy sitcom for fall 2014 follows a new couple on their first dates, as they fall in love in the city. Get a sneak peek on the ABC website.

Starring^A ton of new faces that you'll fall in love with yourself... without having to date them.

Stalker

Debuts^Wednesdays this fall on CBS

Love it: If you prefer to watch your favorite TV shows as you're hiding your eyes behind a blanket, this new show for fall is for you. Stalker is a crazy thriller that will have you checking all of the locks on your doors before you head to bed. Get a sneak peek on the CBS website.

Starring^Dylan McDermott (previously of The Practice) and Maggie Q (previously of Divergent)

State of Affairs

Debuts^Monday, Nov. 17, 2014, on NBC

Love it: NBC has a lock on women-lead TV shows for fall 2014 and State of Affairs is certainly on that list. Follow the CIA's top analyst as she works directly with the president of the U.S., a woman, thankyouverymuch, as they solve the country's crises together... despite their personal relationship. Get a sneak peek on the NBC website.

Starring^Katherine Heigl (previously of Grey's Anatomy) and Alfre Woodard (previously of Desperate Housewives)

The Astronaut Wives Club

Debuts^In a 10-show limited series this fall on ABC

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Love it: Previously known as a "mini-series" and now rebranded as a super-chic "limited series," we can't wait for this event on ABC, which is based on the book The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel.

Starring^Zoe Boyle (previously of Downton Abbey) and Azure Parson (previously of True Detective)

The Mysteries of Laura

Debuts^Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, on NBC

Love it: In a role that we'll all be able to relate to, Laura Diamond attempts to balance life as a mom to two boys, and a career as an NYPD homicide detective. Talk about "leaning in," right? Add in an ex-husband who is a cop and this is sure to be a new show for fall that we'll be hooked on. Get a sneak peek on the NBC website.

Starring^ Debra Messing (previously of Will and Grace) and Josh Lucas (previously of every swoon-worthy chick flick movie we've seen in the last 10 years) 

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