Dracula (NBC, Friday, October 25, 10 p.m.): OK, so the vampire thing is sort of played out. But this does seem like the role Jonathan Rhys Meyers was born to play, and it’s from the producers of Downton Abbey, so it might be a guilty pleasure worth watching.
Almost Human (Fox, Monday, November 4, 9 p.m.): This J. J. Abrams-produced, big-budget CGI extravaganza is set in a future where human cops have robot partners. With Minka Kelly and Lili Taylor (who I would watch in anything) costarring, this promises to be part police procedural, part exploration of what it means to be human. As long as it’s heavy on the latter, I’m in.
The Good Wife (CBS, Sunday, September 29, 9 p.m.): The drama is introducing a new lady love interest for Kalinda this season. Hope all you fans have an easier time than last year, with that dreadful husband guy.
Glee (Fox, Thursday, September 26, 9 p.m.): The show is, of course, coping with the tragic loss of Cory Monteith, and hopefully also giving our favorite sapphic singing sensation a little more romance.
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, Thursday, September 26, 9 p.m.): This season picks up exactly where the last one left off, which means Calzona fans have a rough road ahead of them.
Lost Girl (Showcase, Sunday, November 10, 10 p.m.): All the usual shenanigans PLUS guest appearances by Ali Liebert, Mia Kirshner and George Takei. I’m so excited I could suck someone’s soul out through their mouth.
American Horror Story: Coven (FX, Wednesday, October 9, 10 p.m.): No word so far on any lesbianism, but with, like, half of the world’s greatest actresses in the cast, this season promises to be legendary.
Chicago Fire (NBC, Tuesday, September 24, 10 p.m.) : Will Shay have Severide’s baby, or will she somehow use her sexual tension with Dawson to immaculately conceive?
So what will you be tuning in for this fall?