NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The fall TV premieres continue into October as 11 new shows will air on broadcast television, all aimed at reversing an alarming trend of declining viewership for prime-time programming.
NBC is betting big on "Bad Judge" starring Kate Walsh as well as "A to Z," an attempt to replicate the success of "How I Met Your Mother," while The CW is planning the debut of "The Flash."
The October group follows several new premieres over the past week including Fox’s Batman prequel "Gotham" and CBS’ "Scorpion," each bringing in 8 million and 14 million viewers, respectively, on their first night of airing, according to Vulture.com.
Here’s a round-up of new series coming to network TV in October.
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This new psychological thriller on CBS stars Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q who are detectives investigating stalker incidents that include voyeurism, cyber harassment and romantic fixation for the Los Angeles Police Department’s “Threat Assessment Unit,” according to CBS’ Web site. McDermott plays Det. Jack Larsen a recent transfer from NYPD’s finest and his boss Lt. Beth Davis is played by Maggie Q.