Fall TV Scorecard 2015

Adjusted Score: 61.556%
Critics Consensus: Life in Pieces' strong cast delivers funny, offbeat stories even if they're not always relatable.
Synopsis: A family's highs and lows are chronicled through the eyes of each of its members in this comedy, including patriarch... [More]

Adjusted Score: 66.707%
Critics Consensus: The Muppets brings new energy to a beloved franchise -- and although longtime fans may be taken aback by the show's adult mockumentary approach, the classic characters retain their essential spirit.
Synopsis: Jim Henson's lovable puppets return to the small screen in this mockumentary-style series that follows their personal and professional lives.... [More]

Blindspot: Season 1 (2015)

Adjusted Score: 71.026%
Critics Consensus: Blindspot is elevated by an intriguing mystery and enough strong action to propel most viewers into a necessary suspension of disbelief.
Synopsis: In the premiere season of this drama, the FBI find an unidentified woman (Jaimie Alexander) who has amnesia and is... [More]

Adjusted Score: 73.068%
Critics Consensus: John Stamos is as handsome and charming as ever, but Grandfathered's jokes are tired and schmaltzy.
Synopsis: Life changes for a womanizing bachelor who learns that he fathered a son who in turn has a daughter of... [More]

Adjusted Score: 70.685%
Critics Consensus: Led by a stellar performance from Martin Clunes, Arthur & George honors its source material with a memorable adaptation.
Synopsis: Arthur Conan Doyle searches for the truth after a vicar's half-Indian son is framed for a crime he may not... [More]

Adjusted Score: 80.451%
Critics Consensus: Trevor Noah's confidence and likability augur well for The Daily Show, even if his edgier jokes are hit-or-miss.
Synopsis: An irreverent skewering of the news and pop culture with South African comedian Trevor Noah.... [More]

Red Oaks: Season 1 (2014)

Adjusted Score: 80.55%
Critics Consensus: Red Oaks offers an affectionate nod to 1980s sex comedies that -- largely thanks to a talented ensemble cast -- finds fresh humor in its familiar premise.
Synopsis: An assistant tennis pro tries to figure out his future while working at a country club in suburban New Jersey.... [More]

Quantico: Season 1 (2015)

Adjusted Score: 83.771%
Critics Consensus: Obvious copycatting aside, Quantico provides ludicrously entertaining thrills from a well-balanced cast.
Synopsis: In Season 1 of this suspense drama, FBI Agent Alex Parrish (Priyanka Chopra) becomes the prime suspect in a terror... [More]

Adjusted Score: 83.15%
Critics Consensus: Indian Summers gathers intrigue slowly but effectively, building into an addictive political thriller with exotic overtones.
Synopsis: It's the summer of 1932. India dreams of independence, but the British are clinging to power. In the foothills of... [More]
Directed By: Jamie Payne

Adjusted Score: 89.726%
Critics Consensus: W/ Bob and David offers a long-overdue reunion between Mr. Show principals Odenkirk and Cross - and a suitably hilarious reminder of the reasons for their subsequent individual successes.
Synopsis: A sketch comedy series written and starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross who are also known for their previous collaborative... [More]

Pages: Prev 1 2 3 4 5 Next

  • johnnywrong

    Ash Vs Evil Dead is sooooooooo bad.

    • Douglas Young

      Yeah it’s supposed to be. True fans know when it’s bad and why.. Just one thing that’s sooooooooo great about it.

      • Phil

        True Douglas, It is suppose to be. Ash Vs. Evil Dead is suppose to be intentionally very campy, exactly like the original movies that spawned it. It is not meant to be taken seriously and it is suppose to have a lot of tongue in cheek humor.

    • Sickly Jackal

      Soooo bad ass. Best show this year I think.

  • Derek117

    I agree with “Man in the High Castle” and “Supergirl” being in the top five. And think Quantico and Blindspot need to be higher up. On the down side, Jessica Jones is the number one disappointment (All hype and no intelligence)

  • Alpaca Male

    Supergirl is feminist pandering 101, man in the high castle has 2 awful leads but the story is a bit entertaining, Jessica Jones is sort of an OK Daredevil which owes David Tennant a LOT! in short, not many good tv shows to watch right now, but keep your chin up! the Expanse looks really really good!

  • Shawn McDonald

    That Colbert and Noah even made this list undermines the credibility of every other ranking.

    Chalk that up to my opinion. And after your done with that, do six seconds into research for the ratings of both of those shows since Colbert and Noah took over and come back and tell me again that I’m the only one who doesn’t think either one of them is entertaining.

    • Dashing28

      You’re the only one who doesn’t think either one of them is entertaining.

      • John White

        You’re not the only one … as least when it comes to Colbert (haven’t seen Noah yet). Sorry, just don’t find Colbert the least bit funny or entertaining, and I’m into offbeat humor. It’s tough to explain, but it’s like I’m watching Colbert doing an exaggerated parody of Colbert or something. Craig Ferguson … now there was a funny late-night host.

  • Pimplestiltskin

    Ash vs Evil Dead is the greatest thing on TV right now.

  • Sofnr .

    Switch Jessica Jones and Supergirl and i’m mostly happy with the top 10. No real interest in grinder but i can’t knock it since i havn’t watched 🙂

  • Dashing28

    Master of None FTW!!

  • Happy for Supergirl!

  • Jjajangmyeon Kimbap

    w/ Bob and David should be 100%

  • Burden of proof

    I have a natural aversion to buy-a-new-car, lose-some-weight and fix-your-wrinkles commercials on repeat. And so opted for Netflix’ Jessica Jones. Within the first few minutes, there was nary a silly shaky-cam effect to be found. Could this series have well-trained actors, realistic CGI effects and catchy screenwriting all-in-one? Yes! Jessica Jones will go down in history as one of the greats.

  • J_123

    Supergirl in number 3 and above Jessica Jones shows why the people don’t care and don’t trust anymore in the critics and the reviews.

  • Philndeb

    Giving fresh tomatoes to Grinder and Blood & Oil kind of de-legitimizes your entire ranking process!

  • Max Milstein

    Fargo isn’t on this list…

    • THGhost

      98% for season 1, 100% for season 2. It should definitely be on here.


    • Micah Mahaffey

      Yeah a lot of higher rated shows were skipped for some reason.. season 9 of Doctor Who has 100% but was left out as well

    • Phil

      Is intelligence completely gone on the internet?!?!?! All the shows on this list have one thing in common…. SEASON 1….. ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fargo is in its 2nd season, Doctor Who is in its god knows what season……….. If this were a list for TV shows in general I can understand these comments, but its a list for NEW TV Shows. NEWWWWWWWW….

  • THGhost

    “Scream Queens fails to satisfy.” Well it certainly satisfies me, and I’m an avid horror fan. I don’t think whoever wrote that consensus took into account that the show is a parody of teen horror tropes, and it does it brilliantly.

  • MasterGeek

    I would have rated a couple of them higher (Life in Pieces and Limitless), but otherwise this seems pretty accurate to me. Our favorite new shows are at the top (Ash vs. Evil Dead, Supergirl, and Grinder). I have really been meaning to check out Master of None.

  • hyraxx

    I am shocked Supergirl rated this high. Plot seems forced in some areas. Especially the anger episode.

    Plus Dean Cain is a fucking piece of shit. Her sis is ugly and annoying. And they unnecessarily changed jimmy from historically nerdy to sexy. And they are making her out to be too weak. Too many near death experiences even without kryptonite.

    That all being said, still a good show.

  • Supergirl?????? Thats just not true!!!! That show was/is worse than anything in the top 20.

  • Micah Mahaffey

    Where’s Doctor Who? I can’t take this list seriously… It was a 100% positive rating on rotten tomatoes and this last season was spectacular!

  • Phil

    So happy that my 2 favorite new shows this year, Supergirl and Ash Vs Evil Dead are both in the top 3. I might have to give Master of None a shot just cause it was the only show that beat them on this list, lol.

  • Brent

    Saw maybe four of these shows — cannot recall. Supergirl is enjoyed and we watch every episode; overrated here though. Blindspot is great! Quantico is a stinking pile of crap; well, that’s strong; it is just sucky vacuuous non-entertainment.

Tag Cloud

movies Turner Classic Movies unscripted Brie Larson Tubi hist hispanic Binge Guide GIFs historical drama YouTube ITV San Diego Comic-Con nature SundanceTV Columbia Pictures RT History best E! batman 21st Century Fox Tumblr Winners Disney streaming service Black History Month Spring TV Disney Ellie Kemper BET Endgame 71st Emmy Awards romance cartoon Academy Awards Hulu 2015 scary movies Pop Fall TV movie DGA directors Elton John HBO Go Awards Tour History 2020 cinemax stoner Pixar police drama Mudbound reviews YouTube Premium spider-man strong female leads Sundance Now Showtime Pop TV Cannes A&E PaleyFest justice league crime thriller critics Warner Bros. Year in Review revenge Spike BET Awards sequel Film Marvel biography Marvel Studios comedies indiana jones political drama documentaries FOX Comedy Central dragons TNT USA video miniseries Song of Ice and Fire what to watch Pet Sematary indie cops science fiction ghosts Thanksgiving cancelled Apple TV+ all-time award winner Fantasy Starz dc Character Guide Photos psychological thriller doctor who Netflix 2016 Nat Geo Action Valentine's Day Interview sag awards child's play facebook Western werewolf toy story Comedy Apple TV Plus Crunchyroll President Musicals children's TV crossover psycho Pride Month canceled TV shows CBS All Access FX IFC Holidays adventure spanish language finale Crackle cars harry potter boxoffice Awards Rom-Com Sneak Peek OneApp Oscars 2019 Podcast blockbuster TCM Fox News Animation spy thriller space universal monsters theme song diversity Extras Emmy Nominations PBS sitcom Apple 4/20 comics docudrama supernatural Disney Channel politics Netflix Christmas movies Rocky American Society of Cinematographers 2017 disaster Trivia Disney Plus series Box Office DC Universe Teen Martial Arts A24 Watching Series Calendar 2018 Christmas CMT Trailer adaptation quibi APB Bravo Amazon Prime Video Lionsgate Marvel Television WarnerMedia Travel Channel transformers franchise YA Captain marvel cancelled TV shows news AMC Cartoon Network spain TV Horror renewed TV shows Turner festivals vampires Toys MTV concert video on demand Rocketman joker ABC Family spinoff zero dark thirty Video Games anthology ratings TIFF Rock BBC screenings Marathons book independent ESPN Adult Swim Hear Us Out ABC Schedule crime drama Quiz Countdown Tomatazos Premiere Dates Esquire 007 Television Academy Spectrum Originals aliens TLC thriller Kids & Family Mystery Set visit TCA 2017 The Walking Dead richard e. Grant asian-american Vudu E3 romantic comedy Grammys Opinion Biopics period drama Reality Competition Acorn TV blaxploitation parents 20th Century Fox anime comic USA Network films FX on Hulu Musical Paramount Country teaser GoT Star Wars latino Infographic MSNBC Syfy Chernobyl National Geographic singing competition comiccon Red Carpet south america Funimation war WGN Avengers Sundance TV Amazon die hard Creative Arts Emmys rotten movies we love Food Network Arrowverse casting serial killer HBO Max CNN TCA Film Festival Women's History Month green book The Arrangement Comics on TV screen actors guild Freeform Winter TV TCA Winter 2020 Mindy Kaling a nightmare on elm street mutant First Look Disney+ Disney Plus twilight 45 24 frames Walt Disney Pictures Shondaland Sundance breaking bad Pirates sports Sony Pictures Cosplay halloween Universal social media GLAAD Comic Book Superheroe Mary Poppins Returns YouTube Red Summer Reality CW Seed versus dark VICE TV Land NYCC Election dceu TruTV based on movie animated Amazon Prime dramedy discovery cats Logo television free movies Hallmark Amazon Studios IFC Films stand-up comedy Discovery Channel foreign Holiday robots See It Skip It Ovation Lucasfilm Black Mirror DirecTV TBS Ghostbusters MCU cancelled TV series El Rey Best and Worst Peacock NBC Paramount Network Family Mary Tyler Moore satire cults LGBTQ VOD HBO name the review DC Comics Drama Heroines FXX game of thrones The CW Certified Fresh BBC One SXSW jamie lee curtis mockumentary LGBT Superheroes X-Men Hallmark Christmas movies Tarantino Nominations VH1 golden globes medical drama technology BBC America DC streaming service criterion New York Comic Con Super Bowl natural history travel zombies dogs Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Baby Yoda The Witch Mary poppins christmas movies OWN cooking Lifetime RT21 Nickelodeon game show mission: impossible witnail kids Polls and Games Emmys Music documentary Stephen King binge CBS elevated horror slashers chucky TV renewals Lifetime Christmas movies SDCC Trophy Talk Britbox crime Epix tv talk Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Dark Horse Comics talk show PlayStation Shudder reboot Classic Film Writers Guild of America true crime Masterpiece Anna Paquin BAFTA Star Trek composers The Purge Sci-Fi First Reviews streaming canceled zombie cancelled television