TV buffs just need a reason to stay home and binge watch their favourite series from time to time. Well, if that is what's on your mind as well, then September looks really good as some of the most exciting and entertaining shows are set to premiere this month.
From "Minority Report" to "The Bastard Executioner" and from "Criminal Minds" to "Once Upon a Time", here are our pick from the list of new and returning shows that you must catch up on in September:
Minority Report (21 September)
Based on the blockbuster by Steven Spielberg, this is the first film of his that was adapted for television. "Minority Report" follows the unlikely partnership between a man haunted by the future and a cop haunted by her past. Set in Washington DC, it is 10 years after the demise of Precrime, a law enforcement agency tasked with identifying and eliminating criminals.
Quantico (27 September)
One of the most interesting shows to debut in September is "Quantico", which follows a group of new recruits at the FBI Quantico Base, who arrive for training. But, one of them is suspected of masterminding the biggest attack on New York City since 9/11. And as the show proceeds, we will know who that sleeper terrorist is.
The Bastard Executioner (15 September)
Set in the 14th century, this show is an epic that narrates the story of Wilkin Brattle, a warrior who is compelled to lay down his sword after being completely broken down by the horrors and brutality of war. The 10-episode run kicks off with a two-hour premiere on 15 September.
Criminal Minds S11 (30 September)
The BAU team is all set to make a comeback to analyse the country's most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next move before they strike again. While there have been reports of various old cast members quitting, there's also hope that we will be seeing some new faces appearing on the show. So, get ready to watch David Rossi, Aron Hotcher, Dr Reid and the entire BAU team take on their roles again.
The Simpsons S27 (27 September)
Whether you like it or not and no matter you are bored or saturated, it looks like "The Simpsons" is never going to end. And Homer, Brat et al will be back on TV. All said and done, "The Simpsons" are incomparable. While rumours of Homer and Marge parting ways continue to do the rounds, it's confirmed that Harry Shearer is back. So let's see how the Simpson family entertain us this season.
South Park (16 September)
The award-winning animated series from creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will be back. Check out how they created a town full of colourful people, where a group of eight-year-old boys try to understand the world around them through there misadventures. It's safe to say that the show is funny and brilliantly scripted.
Gotham (21 September)
Based on characters (James Gordon and Bruce Wayne) from DC Comics' Batman franchise, "Gotham" follows the story of Commissioner James Gordon's rise to prominence in Gotham City, years before Batman's arrival. The show actually shifts focus away from Bruce Wayne to James Gordon and the Gotham City Police Department.
Survivor (23 September)
And, the game to survive to the completion is all set to start. The game is simple all that you need to do is outwit, outplay and outlast by winning immunity and not have votes cast against yourself.
Other shows returning with their latest seasons include "Castle", "Big Bang Theory", "Once Upon a Time", "NCIS", "How to Get Away With Murder", "Modern Family", "Empire", "Greys Anatomy" and "Scandal".