New fall 2021 shows: watch trailers for “CSI: Vegas”, “Wonder Years” and more (VIDEO)
With the fall 2021 TV season set to kick off at the end of September, we’re already gearing up for new shows to come – and if you’re a fan of dramas, you’ll especially love the deals. (ABC and CBS each have a half-hour comedy, The Wonder Years and Ghosts respectively.)
CBS has spinoffs from established franchises slated for September and October, and if you missed seeing some of the original CSIs, you’ll want to tune in to one of them. NBC asks the question “What if? In its new drama Ordinary Joe, while The CW tackles time travel and the disappearance of people with 4,400. Additionally, Fox’s Our Kind of People features familiar faces from medical dramas.
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Scroll down to take a look at the teasers and trailers released so far for the new fall 2021 shows.
The wonderful years (Wednesday September 22, 8:30 am / 7:30 am)
Inspired by the ’80s and’ 90s series, this coming-of-age story set in the late ’60s offers a nostalgic look at a middle-class black family in Montgomery, Alabama, through Dean, 12 years old (Elisha “EJ” Williams). “With the wisdom of his adult years [Don Cheadle, narrating]Dean’s hopeful, humorous memories show how his family found his “wonderful years” in turbulent times, “according to the description.
It also stars Dulé Hill as Bill Williams, Saycon Sengbloh as Lillian Williams, Laura Kariuki as Kim Williams, Julian Lerner as Brad Hitman, Amari O’Neil as Cory Long and Milan Ray as Keisa Clemmons.
Queens (Tuesday October 19, 10 / 9c)
In this drama, four women, who were legends of the hip-hop world in the 90s, come together in their 40s to regain their glory and strut their stuff. (It will feature original music performed by the stars.)
It stars Eve as Brianna aka Professor Sex, Naturi Naughton as Jill aka Da Thrill, Nadine Velazquez as Valeria aka Butter Pecan, Taylor Selé as Eric Jones, Pepi Sonuga as Lil Muffin and Brandy as Naomi aka Xplicit Lyrics.
NCIS: Hawai’i (Monday September 20, 10 / 9c)
The latest NCIS spin-off follows the Pearl Harbor team, led by the first female Special Agent in Charge, Jane Tennant (Vanessa Lachey). She thrived and rose through the ranks with her confidence and strategy, even as the system retreated every step of the way. She and her team of specialists balance duty to family and country with their high-stakes investigations. crimes involving military personnel, national security and the mysteries of the paradise island.
The series also stars Alex Tarrant as Kai Holman, Noah Mills as Jesse Boone, Yasmine Al-Bustami as Lucy Tara, Jason Antoon as Ernie Malik, Tori Anderson as Kate Whistler and Kian Talan as Alex Tennant.
FBI: International (Tuesday, September 21, 10 / 9c)
The FBI’s third series follows the office’s International Fly Team, led by Special Agent Scott Forrester (Luke Kleintank). Their headquarters may be in Prague, but agents travel the world tracking and neutralizing threats against American citizens – unarmed. They must rely on intelligence, quick-wittedness and pure muscles. (Her regular time period is 9 / 8c, starting September 28.)
The team also includes Heida Reed as Special Agent Jamie Kellett, Carter Redwood as Special Agent Andre Raines, Vinessa Vidotto as Special Agent Cameron Vo and Christiane Paul as Europol Agent Katrin Jaeger .
CSI: Vegas (Wednesday October 6, 10 / 9c)
CSI’s Gil Grissom (William Petersen), Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) and David Hodges (Wallace Langham) return to help the new investigative team, led by Maxine Roby (Paula Newsome), when a threat could bring down the Crime Lab and free thousands of convicted killers.
It also stars Matt Lauria as Joshua Folsom, Mandeep Dhillon as Allie Rajan and Mel Rodriguez as Hugo Ramirez.
Ghosts (Thursday October 7 9 / 8c)
The comedy follows freelance journalist Samantha (Rose McIver) and up and coming chef Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar), who turn a huge dilapidated country estate they’ve inherited into a bed & breakfast and learn it is home to the many spirits of the deceased residents. . Samantha is the first person alive who can see and hear them.
It also stars Danielle Pinnock as Alberta, Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac, Richie Moriarty as Pete, Asher Grodman as Trevor, Sheila Carrasco as Flower, Román Zaragoza as Sasappis, Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn and Rebecca Wisocky as Hetty.
The big jump (Monday September 20, 9 / 8c)
It follows a group of diverse and hapless characters trying to change their lives by joining a potentially ruinous reality dance show featuring a modern reimagining of Swan Lake.
The series stars Scott Foley, Teri Polo, Piper Perabo, Simone Recasner, Ser’Darius Blain, Jon Rudnitsky, Raymond Cham Jr., Mallory Jansen, Kevin Daniels and Anna Grace Barlow.
Our Kind of People (Tuesday September 21, 9 / 8c)
Inspired by Lawrence Otis Graham’s book, it follows a determined single mother who sets out to reclaim her family name and make an impact with her revolutionary hair care line showcasing the innate, natural beauty of black women. However, she discovers a dark secret about her mother’s past that turns her world upside down and forever turns the community of Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard upside down.
It stars Yaya DaCosta, Morris Chestnut, Joe Morton, Nadine Ellis, Lance Gross, Rhyon Nicole Brown, Kyle Bary and Alana Bright.
Alter Ego (Wednesday September 22, 9 / 8c)
In this one-of-a-kind singing competition, singers from all walks of life have decided to become the stars they always wanted to be… while performing like the avatars of their dreams. Judges include Alanis Morissette, Nick Lachey, Grimes and will.i.am., with hosting Rocsi Diaz.
Ordinary Joe (Monday September 20, 10 / 9c)
This drama follows Joe Kimbreau (James Wolk), whose story turns into three from a decision he made upon graduation from college. What follows are different careers, relationships, and family lives that show the unexpected ways in which things can change and stay the same.
It also stars Natalie Martinez, Elizabeth Lail and Charlie Barnett.
La Brea (Tuesday September 28, 9 / 8c)
The adventure begins with the opening of a massive chasm in the middle of Los Angeles – and the hundreds of people who fall find themselves in a mysterious and dangerous pristine land. During this time, everyone needs to understand what happened. At the center of it is a disaster-torn family trying to find a way to reunite.
It stars Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, Jon Seda, Nicholas Gonzalez, Chiké Okonkwo, Karina Logue, Zyra Gorecki, Jack Martin, Veronica St. Clair, Rohan Mirchandaney, Lily Santiago, Josh McKenzie and Chloe De Los Santos.
Legends of the Hidden Temple (Sunday October 10, 8 / 7c)
The oversized adult version of the Nickelodeon series offers tougher challenges and bigger prizes. Items from the original return include: “Olmec” (the Giant Talking Mayan Head), “Moat Crossings”, “The Steps of Knowledge”, “Temple Run” and iconic team names (“Purple Parrots” , “Blue Barracudas,” “Orange Iguanas,” “Red Jaguars,” “Silver Snakes” and “Green Monkeys”). Each episode begins with five teams, but only one will be able to enter the Olmec temple and hopefully avoid temple guards, recover lost treasure and return it to its rightful owner.
4400 (Monday 25 October, 9 / 8c)
In this drama, 4,400 people who were neglected, undervalued, or otherwise marginalized disappeared without a trace… only to return to Detroit, MI, without aging a day and without any memory of what happened. The government is trying to understand the phenomenon, analyze the potential threat and contain the story of these time travelers, who now have some “upgrades” and need to understand why they were brought back.
It stars Joseph David-Jones, Ireon Roach, Brittany Adebumola, Cory Jeacoma, TL Thompson, Jaye Ladymore, Derrick A. King, Khailah Johnson, Autumn Best and Amarr Wooten.
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