Get Excited for These New Shows This Season Published on September 21, 2016 It’s finally beginning to cool off but primetime television is heating up! Since you’ll most likely be spending more of your nights indoors during the next several months, Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning is here with the shows that we’re excited for this season. So get ready to curl up with a fuzzy blanket and a cup of hot chocolate while you snuggle in for a TV-packed season. Chicago Justice (Sundays on NBC) It began with a heroic team of firefighters and EMTs at Firehouse 51. Then after a few new characters popped up, including not-as-bad-as-we-thought Sgt. Hank Voight, Chicago P.D. was officially on the air. Last fall, a group of MDs and nurses in Chicago became the well-received Chicago Med, allowing for suspenseful crossovers with all our Chicago favorites. On Sundays this winter, NBC will add Chicago Justice to the lineup. We met a few of the newcomers on Chicago P.D. last spring and this January we’ll get to officially meet the team of lawyers and investigators. Dick Wolf has created quite the showing with his Chicago-based favorites that interlace and has the potential to take us from the very beginning of a crime (typically arson), to the investigation (by the Intelligence Unit ran by Voight), to the ones lucky to live and the ones who are unlucky (shown through our group of nurses and doctors), and now all the way to the final end where our new heroes will seek justice. 24: Legacy (Sundays on FOX) When FOX announced a 24 reboot, we immediately heard the “beep, beep, beep” counting down the minutes and our hearts leapt at the thought of Jack Bauer coming back into our living rooms. But, as the network says, it is a new day and we have a new hero. Kiefer Sutherland is going to be an executive producer for the premiere, but our new hero is Eric Carter, played by Corey Hawkins, a military hero returning to the United States with trouble on his heels. He comes to CTU (yes, it’s back!) for help keeping him safe, while of course terminating a terrorist attack. The update of an old favorite will follow the same 24 hour, one episode equals one hour, structure as before so we are hoping we can look forward to the exciting countdowns each commercial break. Designated Survivor (Wednesdays on ABC) Just when the devastation sinks in because you won’t be seeing Jack Bauer in the 24 reboot, your hopes are back because he’ll be back in our lives with a new show and this time, instead of saving the president, he is the president. For Designated Survivor, Kiefer Sutherland plays Tom Kirkman, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, who becomes the President of the United States after an explosion eliminates everyone before him in the Presidential line of succession. He’s back, baby! This Is Us (Tuesdays on ABC) If you loved Parenthood, reviewers say this show is what you’ve been waiting for. This Is Us revolves around a group of people who are linked by the fact that they have the same birthday. Rebecca (portrayed by Mandy Moore) and Jack (portrayed by Milo Ventimiglia) are married and getting ready to have three babies on Jack’s 36th birthday. Randall (portrayed by Sterling K. Brown who just received an Emmy for his representation of Christopher Darden in The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) is a man spending his 36th birthday trying to resolve whether or not he should go see his father who abandoned him the day of his birth. Kate (played by Chrissy Metz) and Kevin (depicted by Justin Hartley) are twins who are spending their 36th birthday struggling with their unsatisfied lives, with Kate working to change her eating habits and Kevin dissatisfied with his current job. To confirm your heating system is up to the task of keeping you warm and comfortable while you watch these new shows this season, call Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning and inquire about our discounts on seasonal tune-ups for your furnace.