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The Fall Lineup Is Right Around The Corner And Fans Are Ready To Get Strange

Here’s when your favorite shows are returning!

It’s that time of year again! With summer coming to an end, everyone is either going on their final beach trips or breaking out the Halloween decorations a month early (seriously, have you been inside a Walgreen’s in the last two weeks?) But this article isn’t about the changing seasons, it’s about the changing schedule for the Fall lineup.

Television has seen a major improvement in content over the last few years (I’ll spare you my theory about how television started drastically improving after Jersey Shore was cancelled).

Many iconic shows, which have been launched within the last five years or so, have had groundbreaking success as writing standards have been raised and more artistic freedom seems to have been granted to the writers and directors.

Shows like Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Bojack Horseman, Orange is the New Black, and Rick and Morty have raised the bar for television shows, cartoons and Netflix originals. Fans can’t get enough of the cult classics that have been dominating the airwaves, each with their own unique way of blending outrageous comedy and heavy, realistic drama.

In the spirit of Halloween, two popular shows are due for new seasons in the upcoming months. The popular horror-drama American Horror Story is back for its seventh season. Known as Cult, which premiered on September fifth, the new season is said to be inspired by the recent political and social turmoil in the US.

In October, the science fiction Netflix original series Stranger Things is coming back for a highly anticipated second season, and the show’s fans — many of whom have been hooked from episode one — are losing their patience.

The fall lineup looks promising, as fans can expect to see more content from some of their favorite shows to get them into the Halloween spirit: Supernatural, Van Helsing, The Exorcist, and of course, The Walking Dead, are just a few of the shows that will be back for what’s arguably the best time of the year.

Ever hear of life imitating art? How do you feel about clowns and the new IT movie?

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