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The networks have finally started to release their fall line up, and we are geeked up about the shows on television!

This season, we’re looking forward to seeing all the action with some of our old favorites like Boardwalk Empire and The Office, as well as check out some newer shows like Scandal and The Mindy Project

Nucky Thompson reminds us why we love Boardwalk Empire, while Mindy Kaling leaves The Office behind to become a doctor in her own show The Mindy Project. Fall may be back to school time, but it’s also back to shows! 

Take a look below to check out some of hip-pop’s most anticipated fall television shows. 

The Office’s farewell season will go back to its roots, with more of the hijinks we’ve grown to love. 

From one office to another! Mindy Kaling plays a young Ob/Gyn doctor who balances her personal and professional life while surrounded by quirky co-workers on The Mindy Project

The white hat is off on season 2 of Scandal, as Olivia Pope returns to continue her affair with the President and help put an end to some of the most scandalous scandals in Washington DC.

The Walking Dead enters its third season with a bunch of new characters and a new commitment to action that has this season gearing up to be its best yet. Throw in the Governor and Mishon, and all we can say is boy, oh boy.

Boardwalk Empire returns for season 3. The year is 1923 and the rules of the game have changed a little bit with new mobsters. Nucky and Margaret are having issues, and with new legal troubles, Nucky is looking to bow out of the liquor business. Let the bodies hit the floor.

Honorable Mentions: 

Modern Family – Three different, but related, families and the trials they face in each of their own uniquely comedic ways.

Revolution – Our entire way of life depends on electricity. So what would happen if it just stopped working? This show answers that question. 

Dexter – A likeable Miami police forensics expert moonlights as a serial killer of criminals who he believes have escaped justice.

Treme – Treme returns to examine the relationships that built from a post Katrina New Orleans. 

Go On – An irreverent yet charming sportscaster who, after a loss, finds solace from members of his mandatory group therapy sessions.