Hurry up and clear space on your DVR, people.
Because you're going to need it.
With fall television season right around the corner, we can think of at least 25 shows that simply MUST be on your must-watch list.
And here they are!
A show set in the X-Men universe with Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker? Is this real life? It premieres October 2.
American Horror Story: Cult
FX's record breaking anthology series returns for Season 7 on September 5. With returning vets Emma Roberts, Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson, what could possibly go wrong?
Ten Days In The Valley
Kyra Sedgwick's big TV return is a drama on ABC that finds a television producer's life turned upside down when her young daughter disappears in the middle of the night. It premieres October 1.
Ghosted looks set to be a Ghostbusters-like TV show that stars Adam Scott and Craig Robinson as two men forced to join a mysterious company to investigate the unexplained happenings in Los Angeles. It debuts October 1.
The Good Doctor
Freddie Highmore (Bates Motel) plays Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome who relocates to a new locale to become a doctor. It debuts September 25.
Supergirl left viewers with quite the cliffhanger at the close of Season 2 when Mon-El was forced to leave earth. Will he return? Supergirl Season 3 debuts October 9.
With Barry Allen leaving his friends and loved ones behind at the close of Season 3, we must know what happens next! Season 4 debuts October 10.
This Is Us
The breakout hit of the 2016-2017 season will return with the answer to a huge question: How did Jack Pearson die? It returns September 26.
Mr. Robot will return after an extended hiatus this October. It will pick up in the immediate aftermath of the reveal that Tyrel is very much alive and pulling a lot of strings.
Kiefer Sutherland's TV return was a big hit last season, and we expect nothing less of Season 2. It returns September 27.
What's better than a reboot of Dynasty? The executive producers of Gossip Girl working on the show. Where do we sign up? It debuts October 11.
The CW's frothy drama series will return for Season 2 on October 11 but is the Jason Blossom murder mystery really resolved?
Empire closed Season 3 in soapy fashion with Lucious surviving a car explosion and losing his memory. Will Season 4 reveal something more sinister is going on? It returns September 27.
Will Grey-Sloane be able to continue on without Stephanie? That's one of the bigger questions as we head into Grey's Anatomy Season 14. It debuts September 28.
How to Get Away With Murder
The class is back in session for the Keating Four when How to Get Away with Murder returns September 28.
Scandal may be coming to an end, but we have one more season of bat$hit crazy drama from Olivia Pope and her crew. It debuts October 5.
Will & Grace
Will & Grace will be revived on September 28. It has already been renewed for another season, so we have a lot of time to spend with the iconic characters.
Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time's core storyline is over and the show is rebooting for Season 7. It debuts October 6.
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory left viewers with quite the shock at the close of Season 10. It returns September 25.
This new series will focus on the younger years of The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper. It debuts November 2.
This CBS crime solver may be past its prime, but it still has a lot of life left. It debuts September 26.
Family Guy is still one of the funniest animated shows on the air, and a brand new season debuts September October 1.
The CW is taking a risk with its first military based drama, and we are very excited for it. It debuts October 9.
The Blacklist has been an exciting show for much of its run, but Season 5 is said to bring much of the central plot to a close. It debuts September 27.
Chicago Fire left all of the key characters in a dire situation at the close of Season 5. Who died? Find out September 28.