14 Of The Most Anticipated Shows Of The Fall Season

14 Of The Most Anticipated Shows Of The Fall Season

New seasons bring answers to cliffhangers or they bring new problems. Either way, we love to watch them.

The fall season is a beautiful season that brings about many great things. The start of school, pumpkin spiced everything, Halloween, and new seasons of your favorite TV shows.

As college students, we are very familiar with binging a TV show only to get caught up and have to wait for the next season to get more. If you get as obsessed with your favorite shows as I do, then you know it’s a craving to get more. It’s more of a need than a want.

Well, as we enter the second week of September this time is upon us. Usually between the months of September and October is when all the major television networks begin the new seasons of their shows and I think this fall season we will have a nice line up. Let’s look at 14 of some of the most anticipated shows this season. Just as a warning, there will be season finale spoilers.

1. "Supernatural"



This show is entering its 13th season making it the longest running sci-fy show on air. This show is my particular guilty pleasure and season 12’s ending was mind blowing. Poor Sam and Dean Winchester are left alone, yet again to face another possibly world altering situation. With Crowley, Rowena, and Cas dead, and Mary lost in another dimension with Lucifer himself, what are the brothers supposed to do with the son of Lucifer on their own? Tune into the CW on Oct. 12 8pm (ET) to catch the season premiere.

2. "Criminal Minds"

This show is also entering its 13th season and let’s just say it’s been a roller coaster ride. With everything that happened to Reid last season and the team finally getting the evidence they needed to convince the courts that Reid did not commit murder and get him out of jail, it was very suspenseful. However, with notorious serial killer Mr. Scratch still on the loose it made the season finale that much more drastic. As the team rushes to Reid’s safe house, on a tip from former member Derek Morgan, their SUV’s are crashed into by a Semi. Will they all make it? Tune into CBS on Sept. 27 at 10/9 c.

3."Grey’s Anatomy"

This show is entering its 14th season, and let’s just say Shonda Rhimes is not afraid to break your heart. Last season ended with Edwards being held hostage at knife point then escaping only to be trapped in the hospital while it is on fire. The catch? She has a little girl with her. Ultimately, she makes the decision to quit, but that wasn’t the only shocker. Owen found out his Army MIA sister, Meg, who everyone believed to be dead for years was actually alive and this will have repercussions for Meredith’s relationship with Rigg’s, considering he was Meg’s fiancé. What will the fallout of everything be? Tune in to ABC on Sept. 28th.

4. "Once Upon A Time"

This show will be entering its 7th season. Last season ended with the final battle between Emma, Gideon and the Black fairy. After another curse is dropped and everyone loses their memories, including Emma, Henry has to restore them and when he finally does they all defeat the black fairy and returning Gideon to his infancy as well as resurrecting those who sacrificed themselves in this battle. The very ending saw an adult Henry faced with his young daughter whom he does not remember, almost paying homage to the show’s premiere with him and Emma. Tune in to ABC on Oct. 6th.

5. "Arrow"

This show will be entering its 7th season as well. Last season ended with Chase kidnapping Oliver’s son, only for Oliver to find him leaving his team on Lian Yu. Chase kills himself detonating the kill switch on the explosives on the island where all of Oliver’s friends remain. What are their fates? Tune into CW on Oct. 12th.

6. "The Flash"



The show will be entering its 4th season. Last season ended with Barry and his team finally defeating Savatare AKA Barry from another timeline, but having to deal with the consequences. Caitlyn is still some version of Killer Frost, HR is dead, and Barry taking his place in the speed force to own up to the damage he caused when he created flashpoint. What will happen next? Tune into the CW on Oct. 10th.

7. "Marvel’s Agents of Shield"

This show will be entering its fifth season. Last season ended with the return of ghost rider who went after now inhuman Aida. He fails and Coulson is turned into ghost rider and he finally defeats her after the brains at SHIELD turned her own LMD’s against her. However, it ends on a cliffhanger with them being taken into space. This show will have a bit of a delay but tune into ABC on Nov. 24th.

8. "How To Get Away With Murder"

This show will enter its 4th season. Last season was a complete shocker as we found they killed Wes and that Laurel is now pregnant with his child. With the varying suspects they believed killed Wes, no one would have guessed who it was. Laruel's father put a hit on Wes and a family friend carried it out. How will the team find out and who will they kill next? Tune into ABC on Sept. 28th.

9. "NCIS"

This show will be entering its 15th season. Last season ended with Gibbs and McGee stranded in Paraguay about to face some rebels head on after traveling there to investigate a dead body. Tune into CBS Sept. 26th to see what happens.

10. "iZombie"

This show will be entering its 4th season. Last season ended with Major volunteering to become a zombie again after Ravi cured him, Liv and Clive neck deep in Fillmore-Graves drama, finding out they are the true bad guys in this situation. Liv convinces Johnny Frost to tell the world about zombies and Ravi creates a vaccine against zombie-ism and takes it and tells Liv to scratch him to test. This show won’t return in the fall as it just ended in June but will return in 2018.

11. "The Walking Dead"

This show will be entering its 8th season. Last season ended with the Scavengers double-crossing Rick's group, revealing they've been dealing with Negan all along. After a standoff, a gun fight ensues, with the unexpected arrival of Kingdom and Hilltop fighters forcing Negan and the Saviors and Scavengers to retreat. Alexandria, the Kingdom, and Hilltop are hit badly, but are prepared for all-out war against their enemies. Tune into AMC on Oct. 22nd.

12. "Supergirl"

This show will be entering its 3rd season. Last season ended with Kara expelling lead into the air defeating Rhea and her troops. This also meant she had to send Mon-El on his way too or the lead in the air would kill him. Alex asked Maggie to marry her and in a flashback another baby was sent from krypton to reign over the Earth. Tune into the CW on Oct. 9th.

13. "D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow"

This show will be entering its 3rd season. Last season ended the legends breaking the one rule of time travel: travel back to where they have already been. They do this to defeat the Legion (in which they do) and send everyone back to their prospective times. However, when they set a course for Aruba for a break they find themselves in a current alternate LA with dinosaurs roaming the streets. Tune into the CW on Oct 10th to see the aftermath.

14. "Chicago Fire"

This show will be entering its 6th season. Last season ended with tension building between everyone, Mouch and Cruz, Dawson and Casey, and the like. At the end of the final episode the house is called out to a fire at a warehouse where they find themselves trapped. Casey takes off his mask and says goodbye to Dawson as he knows he will not make it out. Or will he? Tune into ABC on Sept. 28th to find out.
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Childhood Dream: Greatest Spots For Kids in Orlando

The city of Orlando in Florida is the whole world of fun and pleasure for children of all ages.

  

While infants are attracted by animated cartoon characters: Mickey Mouse or the princess, older children will be delighted with roller coasters, water parks and other exotic rides. Few people know that Orlando offers more than a hundred places of entertainment for families with children: from zoos and themed children's playgrounds for kids to interactive museums, and even sports events for older children. Undoubtedly, each kid regardless of the age will find something to do in this amazing city.

Here are some of the best places where you can go with your children in Orlando…

Spots to go for children under 5 years old

Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens: This is a tropical world where you can relax and also visit interesting educational programs with the whole family. Your kids can see hundreds of different kinds of animals, as well as play on the water court, ride on a carousel, and travel around the zoo by train.

Legoland: It was opened in Florida in the fall of 2011. The fans of Lego construction toys will feel at home in this park, especially in the village of Duplo, where children can fly by plane or travel by car.

Orlando Museum of Art: It reveals an excellent collection of paintings and sculptures, as well as other thematic exhibitions, for example, a collection of folk crafts and antiques. Every month, the museum arranges free art classes for children, where they can learn colors, shapes, lines, textures and modern art.

Walt Disney World Resort: In this huge park the kids will also find something interesting for themselves. Magic Kingdom with children's slides and attractions based on Disney cartoons, Disney's Blizzard Beach with water slides for kids, as well as Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot Center are suitable for young adventurers.

Spots to go for children 5-8 years old

Pirate's Dinner Adventure: This is a fascinating show where children can relax from daytime adventures, and at the same time eat tasty delicacies and see an amazing funny performance. Pirate’s Dinner Adventure includes pirate-style eating, an interesting show-presentation about pirates, history and features of the pirate world, as well as spectacular pirate battles.

Dinosaur World: It offers more than 150 full-size dinosaurs. Children can climb in the caves, go to the garden of skeletons and try to find the fossils. Located among the lush local vegetation, dinosaurs look so believable that some visitors claim to see them moving.

DeLeon Springs State Park: It’s a perfect relaxing open-air spot, where children can try to make pancakes with different fillings. Kayaking and pony riding is also available.

Putting Edge Fun Center: In this spectacular entertainment center kids can have fun in the huge Batman-themed playground as well as play mini golf with Mickey Mouse.

Spots to go for children 8-13 years old

Kennedy Space Center: This is a big research complex, where space shuttles are created and launched. Children will be able to see the fleet of shuttles, visit the museum of American cosmonautics, buy toys - shuttles and even see an imaginary launch of shuttle.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament: It’s a nice opportunity to eat in medieval setting and at the same time enjoy a colorful performance with medieval knight tournaments on horseback.

Wet 'n Wild WaterPark: This is the largest America’s aqua park offering a variety of entertainments: 100-meters-long water slides, surfing, windsurfing, water skiing and pools are at children’s disposal.

Horse World Riding Stables: Children should definitely enjoy horse riding in sunny Florida. The ride is accompanied by a specialist, providing safety and unforgettable experience.

Spots to go for children 14-18 years old

ESPN Wide World of Sports: It’s a huge sports complex placed in Walt Disney World Resort, where America’s most famous teams train. Visitors can also check their speed, abilities in football, baseball, and basketball.

Titanic - The Experience: A great attraction where you can move in time and feel like a passenger of Titanic. When boarding, children receive a ticket of a real passenger or a member of the ship's crew, and later find out whether they survived the tragic trip or not.

Fantasy Surf: Your children are fond of extreme sports or want to try themselves in surfing? Then a safe place under the roof of Fantasy Surf is an ideal spot for this.

Universal Orlando Resort: It can be visited both by kids and adults, because everyone will find something interesting there. Teenagers will be delighted with the Hill Racing at a speed of 97 km/h in the Islands of Adventure. They will also like ‘behind the scene’ experience, where special movie effects of Universal Studios are demonstrated.

Well, this list is just a small part of what can be visited with children in Orlando. You can return to this city of entertainment again and again and find new places for fun. By the way, Orlando car rental under 21 will be the best solution for getting between the greatest entertainment venues of the city.

While infants are attracted by animated cartoon characters: Mickey Mouse or the princess, older children will be delighted with roller coasters, water parks and other exotic rides. Few people know that Orlando offers more than a hundred places of entertainment for families with children: from zoos and themed children's playgrounds for kids to interactive museums, and even sports events for older children. Undoubtedly, each kid regardless of the age will find something to do in this amazing city.

Here are some of the best places where you can go with your children in Orlando…

Spots to go for children under 5 years old

Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens: This is a tropical world where you can relax and also visit interesting educational programs with the whole family. Your kids can see hundreds of different kinds of animals, as well as play on the water court, ride on a carousel, and travel around the zoo by train.

Legoland: It was opened in Florida in the fall of 2011. The fans of Lego construction toys will feel at home in this park, especially in the village of Duplo, where children can fly by plane or travel by car.

Orlando Museum of Art: It reveals an excellent collection of paintings and sculptures, as well as other thematic exhibitions, for example, a collection of folk crafts and antiques. Every month, the museum arranges free art classes for children, where they can learn colors, shapes, lines, textures and modern art.

Walt Disney World Resort: In this huge park the kids will also find something interesting for themselves. Magic Kingdom with children's slides and attractions based on Disney cartoons, Disney's Blizzard Beach with water slides for kids, as well as Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot Center are suitable for young adventurers.

Spots to go for children 5-8 years old

Pirate's Dinner Adventure: This is a fascinating show where children can relax from daytime adventures, and at the same time eat tasty delicacies and see an amazing funny performance. Pirate’s Dinner Adventure includes pirate-style eating, an interesting show-presentation about pirates, history and features of the pirate world, as well as spectacular pirate battles.

Dinosaur World: It offers more than 150 full-size dinosaurs. Children can climb in the caves, go to the garden of skeletons and try to find the fossils. Located among the lush local vegetation, dinosaurs look so believable that some visitors claim to see them moving.

DeLeon Springs State Park: It’s a perfect relaxing open-air spot, where children can try to make pancakes with different fillings. Kayaking and pony riding is also available.

Putting Edge Fun Center: In this spectacular entertainment center kids can have fun in the huge Batman-themed playground as well as play mini golf with Mickey Mouse.

Spots to go for children 8-13 years old

Kennedy Space Center: This is a big research complex, where space shuttles are created and launched. Children will be able to see the fleet of shuttles, visit the museum of American cosmonautics, buy toys - shuttles and even see an imaginary launch of shuttle.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament: It’s a nice opportunity to eat in medieval setting and at the same time enjoy a colorful performance with medieval knight tournaments on horseback.

Wet 'n Wild WaterPark: This is the largest America’s aqua park offering a variety of entertainments: 100-meters-long water slides, surfing, windsurfing, water skiing and pools are at children’s disposal.

Horse World Riding Stables: Children should definitely enjoy horse riding in sunny Florida. The ride is accompanied by a specialist, providing safety and unforgettable experience.

Spots to go for children 14-18 years old

ESPN Wide World of Sports: It’s a huge sports complex placed in Walt Disney World Resort, where America’s most famous teams train. Visitors can also check their speed, abilities in football, baseball, and basketball.

Titanic - The Experience: A great attraction where you can move in time and feel like a passenger of Titanic. When boarding, children receive a ticket of a real passenger or a member of the ship's crew, and later find out whether they survived the tragic trip or not.

Fantasy Surf: Your children are fond of extreme sports or want to try themselves in surfing? Then a safe place under the roof of Fantasy Surf is an ideal spot for this.

Universal Orlando Resort: It can be visited both by kids and adults, because everyone will find something interesting there. Teenagers will be delighted with the Hill Racing at a speed of 97 km/h in the Islands of Adventure. They will also like ‘behind the scene’ experience, where special movie effects of Universal Studios are demonstrated.

Well, this list is just a small part of what can be visited with children in Orlando. You can return to this city of entertainment again and again and find new places for fun. By the way, Orlando car rental under 21 will be the best solution for getting between the greatest entertainment venues of the city.

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Could Neon Art, Work In Your Home?

Here are our top tips for making it work in your home: Neon Art

When it comes to interior design, the '50s and '60s are decades that are always in fashion. Bloggers, designers and Instagram fans are still packing their personal space with the modern-retro look that mixes flashes of fashion from a former era with modern pieces and looks. Not only is it a cost-effective way to rock your living room, but a fantastic opportunity to express your personal style.

The 1960s art movement incorporated industrial materials like neon lights and metallic and functionally designed furniture into its look. There’s no fussy detailing on the furniture and accessories are simple, but often brightly coloured or unusual in their design. These make for a great way to embrace minimalism, without having to give up on colour in your rooms.

It’s a Look Built Around Mix And Match

The brilliant thing for the professional, or amateur designer, is that mid-century-modern-inspired pieces are versatile. You can pepper them in without having to rethink the whole room. It's not a look that needs to be implemented wall to wall, floor to ceiling. It should be mix-and-matched.

An easy way to get the throwback look is a custom neon sign. Neon is flashy, trashy, and harks straight to the heyday of rock and roll. But it’s also a marker of modernity. Nostalgic and super modern, it isn't a new idea for interiors, but trends have moved away from neon words on walls to quirky, unusual neon shapes and objects on walls and on flat surfaces. 

a Custom-Made Neon Sign Can Add a Sense Of Forever Style

The great thing about using neon as a medium is exactly the reason it was created: it’s easy, flexible and with some personalisation can be whatever you want it to be! Choose from unusual outlines like fruit for the kitchen, Banksy-style outlines for the living room or a romantic phrase, whispered in neon, for the bedroom walls.

So, what does modern retro look like? The same considerations apply now as for home designers in the 1960s. That’s bold and vivacious colours, patterns and prints, geometric shapes, and textures with simple lines and statement pieces.

How To Get The Modern-Retro Look

Here are our top tips for making it work in your home: 

Furniture: Choose items that are simple, informal, functional and fuss-free – look for elegant and smartly designed pieces that echo across the decades.

Bold geometric shapes: You can use these in either wallpaper, tablecloths, curtains or art pieces on the walls. Consider clever but unfussy use of lines and the greens, reds and blues of the decade.

Retro patterns and prints: Patterns that we all recognise include paisley and florals in reds, browns and yellows. Echo this rounded, vibrant look in your homewards, accessories and details.

Break out the pop art: Artwork from the era is easy to find. Consider a framed piece from one of the pop-art masters like Warhol or Lichtenstein, or a piece of neon in an unexpected shape and colour to really light up a room.

Add touches of metallic: Complete the modern look with up-to-date materials like brass or copper for your lamps, light shades or other functional décor items.

Choose your furniture wisely: The look is minimalist but colourful, so keep your furniture items to a minimum but choose them well. If you want to get this right, it’s better to have one piece that really creates conversation than several that almost get it right. Feel free to mix and match between old and new – it’s almost compulsory!

Happy home making!


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