What to Watch in the Fall TV Season

American Horror Story: Coven (FX) Wednesday, Oct. 9 10 p.m.

Back for a third season of chills, terror and fright, some familiar faces will bring us into the world of witchcraft. Sarah Paulson runs Miss Robichaux's Academy of Exceptional Young Ladies in New Orleans, a school for witches. Jessica Lange is also back this season to take action and help out at the school. Set over 300 years after the infamous Salem Witch Trials, those who remain are in danger and are taught to defend themselves, or be left to burn.

Homeland (Showtime) Sunday, Sept. 29 9 p.m. 

The drama that won Best Television series and Best Actor and Actress Performance in a Television Series at the 70th Golden Globe Awards is back for another season this fall. Set to take the form of a faux documentary, the show will start off where the audiences were left hanging in last season's finale–the Senate investigates the 12/12 attack on the CIA. With Brody on the run and sought to be the world's most wanted terrorist, Carrie and Saul are overwhelmed with the politics and media surrounding the terror attack and the search for Brody.

How I Met Your Mother (CBS) Monday, Sept. 23 8 p.m.

After we were finally shown "The Mother" in last season's finale, HIMYM's ninth season will be the last. With Marshall and Lily starting a family and Robin and Barney soon to be hitched, this is officially the season we've been waiting eight years for. It will cover the events of a single weekend that lead up to Barney and Robin's wedding. Therefore, three days will be crammed all into 24 episodes of season nine. Creators said the storytelling structure will be different because there will be frequent flashbacks and flash-forwards to fully integrate "The Mother's" character with the rest of the cast.

The Tomorrow People (CW) Wednesday, Oct. 9 9 p.m.

Based on the original British television series from the 70s, this science fiction show follows a group of young people from around the world who possess powers as a result of human evolution. Endowed with the ability to teleport and communicate with each other telepathically, they work together to defeat the forces of evil. Mixed with love triangles, family drama, and the added angst of being a high school teen, "The Tomorrow People" are hunted down by a paramilitary group of scientists known as Ultra.

The Walking Dead (AMC) Sunday, Oct. 13 9 p.m.

After a whopping 12.4 million total viewers tuned in to the Season 3 finale, this season's premiere is sure to bring in the same amount of people hungry for guts, gore, gun battles, The Governor and Rick Grimes. We were left last season with a huge group from Woodbury joining those at the prison, but will strength in numbers help fend off the walkers? The Comic-Con trailer gave us a sneak peak to expect the prison may not be the safest place for them. However, will Rick and the gang fight and defend the home they built, or run?