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    Thumbs up Most Anticipated TV Shows IN 2016

    This is my top 10 With my the best TV shows to come in 2016

    Please vote and post here , what Tv show are you waiting to see!!





    01. American Crime

    After winning an Oscar for his 12 Years a Slave screenplay, John Ridley returned to TV with American Crime, an anthology series that earned the praise of critics in its debut season. This second season (which temporarily displaces Nashville on Wednesday nights) reboots the series with a new setting and story—involving a sexual assault scandal that ensnares two Indiana high schools—but returns much of last year's cast, including Felicity Huffman, Regina King, Timothy Hutton, and Lili Taylor. They're joined by newcomers including Hope Davis and OutKast's Andre Benjamin. You can grab the first episode now (for free) on iTunes.

    02. The Shannara Chronicles

    Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar are behind this adaptation of Terry Brooks' epic fantasy book series (drawing mainly from the second novel in the trilogy, The Elfstones of Shannara). Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Jonathan Liebesman (taking over from Jon Favreau, who remains as producer) directs the two-hour premiere, which was filmed on location in New Zealand.


    03. Shadowhunters

    Freeform—the new name for the network formerly known as ABC Family—jumps into the fantasy genre for the first time with this adaptation of Cassandra Clare's young adult book series The Mortal Instruments (which was previously adapted—poorly—for the big screen in 2013). Originally expected to focus on the first novel (City of Bones, also the source for the movie), the 13-episode first season will instead draw from events throughout the book series and will also include new characters created by showrunner Ed Decter (Unforgettable).

    04. Colony

    USA Network's recent move into more ambitious programming (which has already produced the hit Mr. Robot) continues with this sci-fi thriller that reunites Lost writer-producer Carlton Cuse with star Josh Holloway. Set in a near-future Los Angeles that has been occupied and colonized by an advanced alien race—with human loyalties divided between cooperation and rebellion—Colony also stars Sarah Wayne Callies, Ally Walker, and Thora Birch. The network has been welcoming comparisons to Callies' previous show, The Walking Dead.

    05. Billions

    Showtime's new Wall Street drama doesn't lack for star power. Damian Lewis (Homeland) plays a charismatic hedge fund manager who is placed under investigation by an ambitious U.S. Attorney (Paul Giamatti), and the cast also features Maggie Siff, Malin Akerman, and David Costabile. The 12-episode series comes from journalist/author Andrew Ross Sorkin (Too Big to Fail) and the screenwriting team of David Levien and Brian Koppelman (Ocean's Thirteen), while Neil Burger (Limitless) directs.

    06. DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    This spinoff from both The Flash and Arrow is aiming for an Ocean's Eleven/Dirty Dozen feel, as the time-traveling Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill, Doctor Who) assembles a ragtag group of heroes and villains to defeat an immortal threat (Casper Crump's Vandal Savage) who aims to destroy both the world and time itself. The ensemble features numerous characters introduced on The Flash, including Brandon Routh's The Atom, Wentworth Miller's Captain Cold, Victor Garber's Dr. Martin Stein, and Dominic Purcell's Heat Wave. And though she was killed off on Arrow last season—where she played Black Canary—Caity Lotz will also star in Legends as White Canary.

    07. Lucifer

    Yes, it's another series based on a comic book. But instead of drawing from the usual assortment of Marvel or DC superheroes, Lucifer features a character originally created by Neil Gaiman for The Sandman. Adapted by Californication creator Tom Kapinos, the new series stars Tom Ellis (Rush) as the titular character, who becomes bored with life in hell and decides to move to Los Angeles, where he runs a nightclub and teams up with an LAPD detective to use his particular set of skills to punish evildoers.

    08. The Magicians

    Described nearly everywhere as a sexy, adult take on Harry Potter, Syfy's latest series is set in an elite college where aspiring magicians receive training. (And we're not talking about a group of would-be David Blaines; this is a world where magic is very real.) The 13-episode series (whose first episode had a sneak preview last month and will be repeated on the 25th) is based on Lev Grossman's fantasy novel of the same name.

    09. Vinyl

    The creative team behind HBO's Boardwalk Empire—including creator Terence Winter and producer/director Martin Scorsese—unites with Mick Jagger and Breaking Bad writer George Mastras for one of the network's most-anticipated new shows in years. The drama follows various players in New York's music scene during the 1970s, with an ensemble led by Bobby Cannavale and also featuring Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple, Andrew "Dice" Clay, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, and Ken Marino. They play fictitious characters, though real-life figures like Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, and David Johansen will also figure into the story.

    10. Hulu's

    Hulu's first original event series is based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. As in the book, this nine-episode thriller finds a high school teacher (played by James Franco) traveling back in time to the late 1950s/early 1960s in an attempt to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The J.J. Abrams-produced series also stars Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, Sarah Gadon, T.R. Knight, and Cherry Jones. Kevin Macdonald (Black Sea) directs the first two hours.
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    Lucifer & DC's Legends of Tomorrow
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    Legends of Tomorrow for sure. Prison Break brothers and Caity Lotz are a recipe to success.
    Lucifer i watched the pilot and looks entertaining.
    The Magicians i was not impressed by the first episode. Toor Harry Potter for me.
    Colony pilot was interesting to say the least. Josh Holloway needs a successful show after Intelligence.
    American Crime had a nice first season. Very depressing.

    About the rest let's wait and see. I believe Daredevil season 2 will arrive in 2016 as well.

    Great list @whiteLight

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    @whiteLight Great List but if prison break was in the list i would've chosen that!!!!!!
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