The Fall TV season is the best time of the year for most TV show addicts, because that is when some of the most popular shows premiere. With the advent of the digitisation of the Superhero and Comic Con series, shows like "The Flash", "Gotham", "Agents of SHIELD", etc have taken the top spots in the list of popularity.
Here, we have compiled a list of all the superhero shows that will be premiering new episodes in the coming months and a short summary of what you can expect from these shows:
Gotham (Monday, 21 September) on FOX
Season 2 of the Fox series "Gotham" will see the rise of villains, and detective Gordan (Ben McKenzie) will have a hard time trying to keep Batman's city clean till he is ready to protect it. In the previous season, we saw the emergence of many iconic nemeses of Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), including The Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), The Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), Two-Face (Nicholas D'Agosto) and the Joker (Cameron Monaghan). However, Gordon was barely able to hold off the villains' terrorism and that is not going to be the case in season 2.
Heroes Reborn (Thursday, 24 September) on NBC
The sequel to "Heroes", NBC's freshman series is one of the most impatiently awaited one. However, unlike initially anticipated, the series will not pick off from where "Heroes" ended. Instead "Heroes Reborn" is said to work as more of a season 10 of its predecessor. "...we wanted every single bit of the mythology to feel as though there was a continuum from the show, and the show picks up five years later. So, ergo, it would be five seasons later and this would be season 10. That was the thinking," said show runner Tim Kring.
Marvel's Agents of SHIELD (Tuesday, 29 September) ABC
When "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" returns with season 3 on ABC, we will hopefully get to see more of Hydra, even though its leader Baron Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) was killed in the MCU instalment "Avengers: Age of Ultron". It is understood that the new recruits of Agent Grant Ward (Brett Dalton), who seek revenge on SHIELD will constitute a new and improved Hydra.
The Flash (Tuesday, 6 October) The CW
Season 2 of "The Flash" will deal with more than one universe, as we will see Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) travelling through alternate realities and varying timelines. In the season 1 finale, fans will remember Gary opening a wormhole, while trying to protect Central City. In the coming season, he will get to meet both the first Flash (Teddy Sears) and the Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale) who are both from different time lines. It will be fun to watch all the Flashes interact.
Arrow (Wednesday, 7 October) The CW
When one of The CW's most popular shows "Arrow" returns with season 4, we will get to see Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) enjoying a normal life devoid of capes and arrows for the first time. Although he will obviously get reeled back into the vigilante life, it will be nice to see Oliver and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) enjoy some romantic quality time together.
Supergirl (Monday, 26 October) CBS
The CBS series centred on Superman's cousin Kara (Melissa Benoist) will make its TV debut on 16 October, and although the pilot episode was leaked many months ago, it is one of the most anticipated premieres of 2015. She will be seen embracing her identity, while struggling to keep up the identity of being a overqualified assistant to a volatile boss.