Summer is (almost) officially over. While we're sad to say goodbye to the season of sun and fun we're looking ahead to what should be one of the bigger Fall TV lineups in recent memory. From new shows premiering to mainstays returning, here's a preview of what to expect on NBC.
This fall, NBC has plenty of new and returning programs. One of the new shows is Ordinary Joe, where a man lives out three different lives as a singer, a doctor, and a police officer. We spoke to some of the cast members of the show to get a taste of what viewers can expect.
Natalie Martinez tell us how the show can change the perspective of viewers and how choices are viewed:
"Very rarely do we get to see the road not taken. I think this show allows people to see that there really aren't any wrong decisions or wrong choices in life. There's just the choice you make, and what you do with that afterwards."
Elizabeth Hail also shares with us how the series can show how much potential you might have:
"This show is going to reflect that back at them that you're capable, you have so much potential inside you can that can manifest in so many different ways. So you may as well give it a go."
Ordinary Joe premieres tonight, Monday September 20th on NBC.
Next up, the Chicago franchise is returning to NBC on Wednesday September 22nd. With the beginning of the new seasons, a gripping plot will play out, as some first responders will be in harm's way underwater.
Lastly, the Law & Order universe is returning with SVU and Organized Crime. The exciting bit about the new seasons? Law & Order: Organized Crime star tells us to expect more crossovers.
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Look for both Law & Order: SVU and Organized Crime starting Thursday September 23rd.
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Kin centers around The Kinsellas, a small but close crime family set in Dublin, Ireland who decide to take on a powerful drug cartel. Actor Charlie Cox describes the crime element in the series.
"We joke it's like a Sopranos meets Normal People. It's a crime family, but the crime element of the show is not relied on very heavily for the drama. It's really about these people, this family dynamic and how when they come up against great adversity, the family fractures and how the individuals respond to that," Cox said.
Kin is now streaming on AMC+.
Pretty Hard Cases follows detectives Samantha Wazowski and Detective Kelly Duff in action as they work together to fight crime. Meredith MacNeill, who plays Detective Wazowski, talked about the good nature of the show.
"With the buddy cop show it's fun and it has a great message behind it," MacNeill said.
Adrienne C. Moore, who plays Detective Duff, opened up on the various ways the audience can connect with the show's themes.
"There will be so many different levels that people can connect with, whether it be friendship, whether it be love, whether it be the fact the relationship between police and the community under so many connections that I think audiences will find palpable for them," Moore said.
Pretty Hard Cases is streaming now on IMDB TV.
Finally, All The Queen's Men, created by Christian Keyes, finds Eva Marcille playing a fierce businesswoman in the nightclub industry. Marcille opened up on her character's aspirations.
"I play a fearless businesswoman that is cutthroat and is determined to take over the city of Atlanta. It's a story about an amazing woman that does what she needs to do to get what she deserves," Marcille said.
The series' creator Christian Keyes talked about the show's humble beginnings, which stems from a book.
"I wrote this book 11 years ago. I wanted to create a world where it's okay and it's normalized for women to be amazing and unapologetically feminine," Keyes said.
All The Queen's Men is streaming now on BET+.