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New fall shows entrance viewers into a great season

Every fall brings around a new slate of television shows and this year there are a lot of hits and misses. Some shows have stood out in the first few weeks, but some have already been cut.

“Sleepy Hollow” on Fox, has proven to be a breakout hit The show centers on Ichabod Crane being resurrected and brought back into the 21st Century. The Headless Horseman was also revived and is creating trouble in the town of Sleepy Hollow.  Ithas already been picked up for a full season. “Sleepy Hollow” airs Mondays on Fox.

From the hit movie “Pitch Perfect”, Rebel Wilson stars in a new ABC comedy “Super Fun Night.” Wilson stars as Kimmie, a junior attorney trying to make in in the law world. Kimmie and her best friends Marika and Helen-Alice make every Friday night a super fun indoor night. The show has received good feedback from viewers making it one of the top comedies to watch this fall. “Super Fun Night” airs Wednesdays on ABC.

The “Blacklist” on NBC, an intense crime drama, stars James Spader as one of the FBI’s most wanted criminals, Raymond “Red” Remington. He turns himself in on one condition that he speaks only with new agent Elizabeth Keene, a brand new FBI profiler. The show centers on Red and Keene searching for some of the most wanted criminals around the world. “The Blacklist” airs Mondays on NBC.

Fall has been exciting so far in T.V. with many new shows to make us laugh and some that make us sit on the edge of our seat. There is a lot to look forward to throughout the rest of the T.V. season.

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Madeline Marshall
Madeline Marshall, Amplifier Athletics Editor
One of the few seniors to work on The Amplifier all four years of high school, Madeline Marshall has a passion for journalism that started at a young age. She had an excellent role model to look up to. “I was inspired by my aunt and have grown up watching her as a news anchor on TV,” Marshall said. Her aim to follow in her aunt’s footsteps landed her the Athletics Editor’s position on The Amplifier’s staff.   With college less than a year away, Marshall has yet to make up her mind on her final destination. “I was having a panic attack because I don’t know where I’ll be next year,” Marshall said. If she had to choose right now though, she would probably go to Gonzaga University. “Wherever I end up, I see myself doing some kind of broadcast journalism,” Marshall said.   After college, Marshall wants to follow her aunt’s legacy and continue journalism. “I want to eventually be a sideline reporter and either a sports anchor or an athletic media administrator for a professional or college program,” Marshall said. She enjoys watching and talking about college sports because she grew up around it in her life.   Marshall has developed close relationships with the staff members and will be missed when she graduates. Marshall said, “My favorite thing about Amplifier is the people because we have a really good relationship and work really well together. We are like a family,”
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