And the start of another fall TV season is officially underway.
Forget the Pumpkin Spice Latte and that autumnal equinox, the true signal of the start of fall is when the first new show makes its debut...and three freshmen series did just that on Monday night. NBC's new drama Blindspot, starring Thor's Jaimie Alexander, finally premiered, as well as Fox's Minority Report (based on the Tom Cruise film) and CBS' Life in Pieces, a sitcom centering on a dysfunctional fam.
Thanks to our ranking gallery, you know how we felt about the shows, but now it's finally your turn to tell us what you thought of Blindspot, Minority Report and Life in Pieces. Yes, the viewer has now become the critic.
Blindspot, which also stars Sullivan Stapleton, came in at No. 4 in our gallery, thanks in large part to Alexander's badass turn as the tattooed Jane Doe at the center of the series, with each tattoo representing a clue to her past. Minority Report also has a strong female lead, played by Meagan Good, at its core, as well as two pre-cog twins, played by not-real-twins Stark Sands, Nick Zano. We all thought the premiere was a bit cheesy, but think the show should lean into the camp and embrace the insanity of the futuristic premise.
Life in Pieces, meanwhile, plays like a slightly raunchier Modern Family, but with a hint of Parenthood as well. Not a bad combo, right? And the cast, including Dianne Wiest, James Brolin, Betsy Brandt, and Colin Hanks, ain't too shabby either!
Vote in our three polls below on whether or not you loved or hated each of the new shows, and then keep coming back all throughout the fall season to weigh in on ALL of the newbies making their debut this season.
(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)