Start clearing those DVRs now, TV fans!
The 2016-2017 TV Season officially kicks off today with the premiere of Dancing With the Stars, and ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW are all rolling out their shiny new shows for the fall. And lucky for you, we've watched all of them, so we can let you know which ones to set season passes for now, and which to skip altogether.
Click through the gallery now to get our official ranking of all the new fall offerings, from worst to best...
Click through our gallery below to check out photos and get scoop on your new favorite shows. We've ranked the shows from worst to best based on their trailers (some midseason offerings thrown in), so take note on what should be on your radar. NBC's Chicago Justice and The Blacklist: Redemption were backdoor pilots and did not receive trailers, so are not ranked.
When It Premieres: Thursday, Oct. 27 at 8:30 p.m.
What It's About: Community and The Soup's Joel McHale stars as an adventure reporter who must adapt to the times when he becomes the boss to a group of milennials in the digital department of his magazine in this multi-cam comedy. Ugh, milennials, right? Also set to star are Christopher Mintz-Plasse (McLovin'!), Stephen Fry, Chris Williams, Christine Ko, Shaun Brown and Susannah Fielding.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 19. "Sorry, I'm just such a Millennial that I wasn't able to look up from my iPhone long enough to really formulate an opinion on this sitcom." -- Tierney Bricker
When It Premieres: Monday, Oct. 24 at 8:30 p.m.
What It's About: Friends star Matt LeBlanc makes his return to network TV in this sitcom about a contractor who starts spending more time with his kids after his wife goes back to work in this multi-cam comedy. How you doin'?!
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 18. "In the battle of the returning sitcom stars, Kevin James beats Matt LeBlanc, who seems to be phoning it in a bit." -- Tierney Bricker
When It Premieres: Thursday, Oct. 27 at 10 p.m.
What It's About: From Parenthood and Friday Night Lights' Jason Katims comes this medical drama will follow a young Silicon Valley tech titan (Augustus Prew), who recruits a veteran surgeon with a shady past (Dermot Mulroney) to start a cutting edge hospital, that takes a "new school" approach to medicine.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 17. "There's nothing groundbreaking happening here despite the whole premise being "look at this cutting-edge technology and cool computer graphics we made to go with it!" It's a hospital procedural, and a boring one at that." -- Jean Bentley
When It Premieres: Monday, Sept. 19 at 8:30 p.m. (moves to 8 p.m. on Oct. 24)
What It's About: King of Queens star Kevin James is returning to network TV to play a retired cop looking forward to spending more quality time with his wife and three kids, only to discover he faces a tougher time at home than he did on the streets.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 16. "This is basically just The King of Queens: 10 Years Later, yet without an ounce of growth or maturity. And that just isn't cutting it for me. The CBS audience will probably eat it up." -- Billy Nilles
When It Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 9 p.m.
What It's About: Inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw (who serves as an EP along with his son, Jay McGraw, and Steven Spielberg), the drama will follow the brash, brilliant and charming Dr. Bull (NCIS' Michael Weatherly) as he combines psychology, human intuition and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses and the accused tick.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 15. "This is everything you have come to know about the network, for better and for worse. A fine star vehicle for Michael Weatherly and fans of him will dig this drama full of stereotypical characters. It's slick, naturally, and full of tropes, naturally." -- Chris Harnick
When It Premieres: Friday, Sept. 23 at 9 p.m.
What It's About: Geena Davis returns to TV for this movie adaptation! Her daughter is different and strange things are happening...strange demonic things.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 14. "Yes, another remake. No, not necessary. Another twist: It was intriguing! It's not for me, but can definitely see the slow-paced horror paying off in a real, creepy way should you choose to tune in." -- Jean Bentley
When It Premieres: Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m.
What It's About: Another take on a movie, this one stars Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans as the mismatched detectives who go on action-packed adventures.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 13. "Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans have great chemistry. This pilot was full of buddy cop clichés, but then again it is Lethal Weapon, so if that's your bag, you won't be disappointed here." -- Chris Harnick
When It Premieres: Sunday, Sept. 25 at 8:30 p.m.
What It's About: What would happen if Cheryl Hines' ex-husband is He-Man, voiced by Jason Sudeikis? That's basically this strange (yet beautiful) show, that mixes animation and live-action.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 12. "I genuinely don't know what to do with this show. It's really funny, but the mix of animation with real life makes me oddly uncomfortable." -- Lauren Piester
When It Premieres: Monday, Oct. 3 at 10 p.m.
What It's About: Time travel is all the rage this season. Can this group of travelers stop a villain from changing the past and thus changing the future? Matt Lanter, Abigail Spencer and star.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 11. "I'm here for this kind of twisty trope-filled time party. Something about the pilot was hard to connect with until the end, and then I was suddenly sad that it was over." -- Lauren Piester
When It Premieres: Monday, Oct. 3 at 10 p.m
What It's About: We'll miss Agent Carter forever and always, but Hayley Atwell takes on a edgier role as a former First Daughter-turned-bad girl attorney in this Scandal-esque drama.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 10. "Conviction has promise and is worth checking out if you are a fan of Scandal, law procedurals, Hayley Atwell's American accent." -- Chris Harnick
When It Premieres: Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 8:30 p.m.
What It's About: Previously titled The Second Fattest Housewife in Westport, the comedy stars Mike & Molly's Katy Mixon as Katie Otto, a confident, unapologetic and "plump" mother and wife, who moves her dysfunctional family to the wealthy town of Westport, Conn., which is filled with "perfect" families. Hijinks ensue. Also starring in the series from Sarah Dunn are Diedrich Bader, Johnny Sequoyah, Ali Wong, Carly Hughes, Julia Butters and Daniel DiMaggio.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 9. "So I went into this one a bit skeptical, but was pleasantly surprised. Katy Mixon has charm for days, and it's on full display here. Still, some of the jokes are a little predictable." -- Tierney Bricker
When It Premieres: Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 9 p.m.
What It's About: Joshua Sasse and Tori Anderson star in this romantic comedy with an apocalypse twist.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 9. "No Tomorrow follows in the footsteps of Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and mostly lives up to its predecessors. Plus, it stars Joshua Sasse, who is worth the price of admission alone. Have you seen the guy?" -- Billy Nilles
When It Premieres: Thursday, Sept. 22 at 9 p.m.
What It's About: Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs) and Daniel Sunjata (Graceland) star in the show based on the friendship between real-life criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and cable news producer Wendy Walker, who serve as executive producers. The series that will take a provocative look at the unique, sexy, and dangerous interplay of criminal law and the media.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 7. "There's a reason this super-fun, soapy legal/newsroom drama earned a spot between two of your favorite Shondaland shows—it's because it's got that same fun, sexy TGIT vibe. I can't wait for more." -- Jean Bentley
When It Premieres: Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 8:30 p.m.
What It's About: Minnie Driver stars as Maya DiMeo, a mom on a mission who will go to any lengths necessary for her husband Jimmy and her kids Ray, Dylan, and JJ, her eldest son with special needs. As Maya fights injustices both real and imaginary, the DiMeo family works to make a new home for themselves while they search for just the right person to give JJ his "voice." John Ross Bowie, Mason Cook, Micah Fowler, Kyla Kennedy, and Cedric Yarbrough also star in the series.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 6. "I love everything about this sweet show. It's a little different from the other comedies on the network, but still fits in, and I believe the hell out of this family." -- Lauren Piester
When It Premieres: Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 9 p.m.
What It's About: Based on the movie of the same name, The CW's drama stars Peyton List as a cop who connects with her dead father (who is still alive in the past) over a CB radio.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 5. "I was into every part of Frequency and got chills multiples times throughout my multiples viewings. The mystery, the relationships, the '90s nostalgia…in, in, in." -- Tierney Bricker
When It Premieres: Monday, Sept. 19 at 10 p.m. (Moves to Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 22)
What It's About: Kristen Bell plays Eleanor, a New Jersey woman who realizes she hasn't been a good person, so she decides to turn over a new leaf, while Ted Danson will play Michael, who through unlikely circumstances, becomes Eleanor's guide through her self-improvement. Oh yeah, it's set in heaven.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 4. "The Good Place is the best place. It's somewhere between Community-surreal and Parks and Recreation-sweet, and could be on its way to being just as loved as both of those shows." -- Lauren Piester
What It's About: Fox's new baseball series follows the first woman to pitch in Major League Baseball. Kylie Bunbury, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Ali Larter, Dan Lauria and Mark Consuelos star.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 3. "Easily one of the most promising pilots of the fall, I found myself caring about Pitch and I don't care about sports! Kylie Bunbury is the breakout star you've been waiting for and you'll be hard-pressed to refer to Mark-Paul Gosselaar as the former Saved By the Bell star after this." -- Chris Harnick
When It Premieres: Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 10 p.m.
What It's About: Kiefer Sutherland goes from saving the president (never forget, Jack Bauer!) to becoming the president in his new drama series. Keep clicking for more previews of show's coming this year.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 3. "I will watch every single minute of this show, which I think had one of the top three pilots of the year. It started out sort of like the beginning of Battlestar Galactica, except, like, not in space and with 100% more Kiefer Sutherland." -- Jean Bentley
When It Premieres: Tuesday, Sept 20 at 10 p.m. (Moves to 9 p.m. on Oct. 11)
What It's About: Mandy Moore + Jess Mariano (Gilmore Girls' Milo Ventimiglia) + Chris Darden (American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson breakout star Sterling K. Brown) = our new dream team. From the writer and director of Crazy. Stupid. Love, this provocative dramedy follows an ensemble as their paths cross and life stories intertwine in curious ways. Smallville's Justin Hartley is just icing on the cake.
Our Ranking and What We Thought: No. 1. "Thank you, NBC, for filling the Parenthood-sized hole in my heart. This Is Us is, without a doubt, the fall's most emotionally engaging, moving pilots." -- Billy Nilles
But wait, there's more! Check out the shows premiering at midseason...
Lucas Till stars as a young MacGyver, just starting out with this gadget-making skills. George Eads of CSI fame also stars.
ShondaLand is expanding again! ABC has picked up another series produced by Shonda Rhimes, and will definitely be of interest to Shakespeare fans. The series picks up where the famous story of Romeo and Juliet ends, charting the treachery, palace intrigue and ill-fated romances of the Montagues and Capulets in the wake of the young lovers' tragic fate. The series is based on the book by Melinda Taub.
Kaitlin Olson is a loser aunt who finds herself as the guardian to her sister's very rich kids. Hijinks are sure to ensue.
Queen Latifah stars in this musical drama from Empire's Lee Daniels about up and coming singers.