SPOILERS AHEAD: read at your own risk if you aren’t up-to-date on your television shows! Fall means pumpkin spice lattes, comfy jeans with cute sweaters, and the start of a new season of TV shows! These are the returning shows we can’t wait to have back in our lives and some new shows we are eager to try out. (Be careful if you aren’t caught up on any of the seasons” “SPOILERS AHEAD!) The Mindy Project Mindy and Danny finally got together for real in the season two finale. We can’t wait to see how Morgan and the rest of the Shulman & Associates crew handle that. Season 3 premiere: September 16 on Fox New Girl Jess and Nick broke up. Schmidt is supposedly done chasing Cece. We doubt either of those things will last, but will we finally find out Schmidt’s first name in season four? Season 4 premiere: September 16 on Fox Glee We hear that Rachel is returning to Lima to reinstate and lead the glee club for the show’s farewell season. We are sad the show is ending, but we are going to try not to let that keep us from enjoying the final season. The season 6 premiere isn’t until 2015, so our excitement has a couple months to build up! Season 6 premiere: TBA on Fox Girl Meets World If you watched Boy Meets World with your older siblings or cousins, you are probably already excited about the sequel, Girl Meets World, which follows Cory and Topanga’s daughter, Riley. Many members of the original cast have roles or cameos. Airs: Fridays at 8:30 pm on Disney Channel Once Upon a Time We left off with Belle and Rumplestiltskin getting hitched, and we are so excited to see Elsa from Frozen on the show for season 4! Season 4 premiere: September 28 on ABC Dancing with the Stars This season’s stars include Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, YouTube star Bethany Mota, Pretty Little Liars star Janel Parrish, Sadie Robertson from Duck Dynasty, and Alfonso Ribiero (Carlton from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air!). We are also excited to see Julianne Hough return to the show” “this time as a judge, although we’re not sure how she will handle judging her brother, Derek Hough, who is one of the professional dancers. Season 19 premiere: September 15 on ABC The Biggest Loser: Glory Days Two new trainers will be introduced this season, joining returners Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince to whip contestants into shape. This season’s contestants are all former athletes, and we are especially excited to watch 18-year-old Blake Benge, who was a cheerleader in high school but has struggled to maintain a healthy lifestyle now that she isn’t in sports. Gina Haddon and Andrea Wilamowski are also former cheerleaders who want to get in shape to set healthy examples for their families. Season 16 premiere: September 11 on NBC A to Z Here’s a synopsis of this new show straight from the its narrator: “Andrew and Zelda dated for eight months, three weeks, five days, and one hour. This television program is the comprehensive account of their relationship.” If that peaks your curiosity, NBC has made the first episode available to view online before its TV premiere. Series premiere: October 2 on NBC Gotham We can’t wait to check out this Batman prequel. We also love this quote from the preview: “However dark and scary the world might be right now, there will be light.” Series premiere: September 22 on Fox The Flash This show is based on the DC Comics crime-fighting superhero and is sure to be a favorite of any comic book fan. Series premiere: October 7 on The CW What shows will you be watching this season?