5 TV Shows You Won’t Want To Miss

Summer’s almost over and while we’re sad to see the sunshine and bikinis go, it means Fall is on the rise, so it’s time to get geared up for some of our favorite returning TV shows.

Although we’re eager to see what new shows are worth watching this season what we’re really looking forward to is some of the best shows TV has to offer returning.

Sons of Anarchy

Season 5 Premiere: Tuesday Sept. 11

Season 5 will bring SAMCRO a new leader and with Gemma (Katey Sagal) as a mother and Clay (Ron Perlman) for a step-father and former president the odds are that Jax’s management style will be a little rough around the edges. With returning rivals and a new threat looming the gang may be in for some trouble before they’re done dealing with the aftermath of season 4.

Community

Season 4 Premiere: Friday Oct. 19

One of our all time favorite sitcoms; Community gave it’s die-hard fan-base a scare last year when NBC pulled it off the air for a ‘temporary hiatus.’ Like Arrested Development, Community has something of a cult following but just can’t seem to get its ratings to reflect its audience especially given its difficult time-slot against The Big Bang Theory. Regardless last season was awesome and taught us all a little something about friendship and the seedy underbelly of air-conditioner repair. We can only hope that season 4 of Community can pull off the impossible by stepping up its game beyond pillow-fighting documentaries, 8-Bit adventures and a Chinese security guard’s army of children.

Dexter

Season 7 Premiere: Sunday Sept. 30

If season 6’s finale didn’t make you drop an F-Bomb you probably weren’t paying attention. As is the norm in Dexter, season 7 will bring a whole new set of problems for the serial-killing protagonist; even bigger than his insane girlfriend, wife, fatherhood or religion. With the finale’s cliff hanger conclusion we’ll just have to wait to see how much of the Morgan family makes it to season 8, if any. If the teaser trailer is any indication of just how good we can expect season 7 to be we’ve no doubt that one of us here at RUDE Magazine will have a heart attack.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Season 8 Premiere: Thursday Oct. 11

It’s Always Sunny has always been a great for a tasteless laugh, as a result we’ve seen every episode at least 3 times. Last season wrapped up with the gang’s high school reunion where we learned Mac’s real name was Ronald McDonald and a lack-luster dance performance took place. This season the gang goes to therapy, and hunts for Nazi treasure, and we can’t wait to see if Mac is still fat or if he’s gotten back to the gym to blast out some reps.

The Walking Dead

Season 3 Premiere: Sunday Oct. 14

If ever there was a season finale that left us wanting more is was the last episode of season 2 of AMC’s The Walking Dead. After an entire season of suspense and a minuscule amount of action the finale left us with a hooded Michonne with two armless, jawless zombies in tow and an exit shot of a prison. Readers of the original comic series will be glad to know that this season will introduce The Governor and a new group of survivors. Merle the one-handed redneck is also rumored to make a return.

– Rude Magazine – @JordanRUDEmag

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