Other New Fall TV Shows for 2015

A month ago I previewed the new shows scheduled to debut on broadcast television in the Fall of 2015 (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and the CW), but TV today is more today than just the major networks. Here's a look at new series coming up on some of the "other" networks.

The Alienist (TNT)
Set in the late 1800s in New York City when Teddy Roosevelt was police commissioner, the hunt for a serial killer rages on in this adaptation of Caleb Carr's bestseller.

Angie Tribeca (TBS)
Rashida Jones stars in this satire of police procedural shows.

Animal Kingdom (TNT)
This family crime drama, set in a gritty surf community, is based on the 2010 independent film.

Ballmastrz 9669 (Adult Swim/Cartoon Network)
Sort of like Rollerball, this cartoon is set inside a giant battle arena.

The Bastard Executioner (FX)
A warrior knight who wants to lay down his sword is drawn back into a life of violence.

Beyond (ABC Family)
A young man wakes up from a 12-year coma with new supernatural abilities.

Damien (A&E)
Fans of The Omen will be excited to see this new version.  Hopefully it'll be better than the 2006 movie remake.

The Detour (TBS)
James Jones and Samantha Bee star in a comedy about family vacations.

Famous in Love (ABC Family)
Based on Rebecca Serle's romantic novel, a college student struggles with new-found fame after being cast in Hollywood movie franchise.

Flesh and Bone (Starz)
This limited-run drama takes place in the world of ballet.

Gorgeous Morons (ABC Family)
In this comedy, handsome but dumb brothers, one a model and one a personal trainer, have a new roommate, an attractive woman who's a literature PhD.

The Group (TBS)
The story deals with a support group for people who believe they have been abducted by aliens.

Harley-Davidson (Discovery)
This scripted-miniseries is based on the true story of how two 19-year-olds from Milwaukee started a motorcycle company in their backyard, eventually building it into one of the greatest brands in the United States.

Mr. Neighbor's House (Adult Swim/Cartoon Network)
A children's show host tries to suppress his anger.

The Pound Hole (Adult Swim/Cartoon Network)
DJ Douggpound remixes audio and visuals for Adult Swim's first ever late night dance party.

Queen of the South (USA)
Based on a telenovela, this thriller is set in the world of Mexican drug cartels, centering on a woman drawn to drug-trafficking when her boyfriend is murdered.

Roots (History)
For good or bad, the classic miniseries is being remade.

The Shannara Chronicles (MTV)
The Terry Brooks fantasy saga will be brought to life.

Spotless (Esquire)
A man in London faces turmoil when his outlaw brother crashes into his life.

TV Sucks (Adult Swim/Cartoon Network)
Here's a fifteen-minute per episode animated sketch show.

War and Peace (Lifetime)
Tolstoy's epic comes to television.

Will (TNT)
Here's a wild look at the young William Shakespeare.

Wrecked (TBS)
TBS brings us a deserted island comedy.

Zoe Moon (BET)
In this romantic comedy, a newly divorced single mom starts a cosmetics company.

Any others that I missed which you might be looking forward to seeing?  Let me know.