Which show can't you wait to get back on the air?
Pat: It's a battle between "The Walking Dead" and "American Horror Story." At least my October will be spent hiding under a blanket on the couch.
Kelcie: "Nashville" was my favorite show last year. I think ABC knows they have a hit on their hands, and if they do too much to change it (like "Glee"), it'll take a turn for the worst. I absolutely love the drama, the music and the catfights. And I don't even listen to country.
Christian: "The Walking Dead" on AMC. I've become obsessed with how awful the show can be at times as it continues to stray from the amazing graphic novel series it's based on.
Julia: "Grimm" - which if you haven't seen it, is a police procedural fantasy crime drama - is so underrated. Last year, it was on during the Friday night slot, which everyone knows is the sink-or-swim slot, so apparently it's keeping its head above water. Also, "Community." Dan Harmon is back, but Chevy Chase isn't, and thank god. "Bob's Burgers" is the new "Simpsons." Get on the train to Bob's or just get out of here. "Castle," "Modern Family," "The Mindy Project," "New Girl," "Glee" - and yes, I am crying about Cory Monteith - "Once Upon A Time." "Revolution," if they can ever get the story moving. "Parks and Recreation." I don't love TV too much; I love it just as much as it deserves.
Alisha: "American Horror Story." Since it's an anthology series, every season is new and different so I never know what to expect. Another advantage is that it doesn't get boring since the subject matter won't have to last for several seasons.