By: Maggie Olson

Each year, shows are cancelled and added to primetime lineups. Here are the four shows most likely to become your new favorites this fall.

Fox’s “Pitch” features fictional Ginny Baker and her start as the first woman to pitch in the MLB. Starring newcomer Kylie Bunbury (“Prom,” “Under the Dome”), “Pitch” will air on Thursdays at 9 p.m. starting September 22.


Richard Dean Anderson as Angus MacGyver in the 1980 television. Photo credit: Google Images


CBS’s “MacGyver” is a reboot of the 80s show of the same name. MacGyver stars Lucas Till (“Hannah Montana Movie,” “X-Men”) as Angus MacGyver, the crafty government agent who uses a Swiss Army knife and paper clip to solve problems.


Lucas Till will portray MaGyver in the reboot this fall. Photo credit: Google Images

“I can’t wait to watch MacGyver because I watched it when I was little with my dad, and I can’t wait to reignite that family bond,” junior Andy White.  “MacGyver” premieres September 23 at 8 p.m.


KRISTEN BELL at The House of Lies Press Conference
Kristen Bell will star in “The Good Place” on NBC this fall. Photo credit: Google Images

NBC’s new comedy “The Good Place” stars Kristen Bell (“Frozen”) as a woman who died and is now in the afterlife. Bell dies after being hit by a truck carrying erectile disfunction pills. She realizes she is not supposed to have been sent to the Good Place and begins to become a good person to make up for her bad deeds during her life. “The Good Place” premieres September 19 at 10 p.m.

ABC’s addition to their Wednesday night comedy lineup is “Speechless.” In the show, Minnie Driver (“Good Will Hunting”) portrays a mother who must be her son’s voice since he has cerebral palsy. “Speechless” will take the place of “The Middle” on Wednesday nights at 8:30 p.m. starting September 21.

A poll taken on Twitter showed that 48 percent of HVA students are most excited for “MacGyver.” “The Good Place” had the second highest amount of votes with 28 percent.