What’s entertainment offering this fall?

BY ISELA MURILLO

CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR

Fall is officially here and along with this wonderful season, series premiers also begin to air. Whether it is action, fiction, comedy, cooking or documentaries, there is something for everyone. On Nov. 2, “Salem” will be premiering its third season. “Salem”whose first season aired in 2014, is a supernatural fictional story based on the infamous Salem witch trials in the 17th century in colonial Massachusetts when the government was dominated by Puritan leaders.

On Nov. 7,  “The 1980’s: The Deadliest Decade”, a brand new series, will air through the Discovery channel. Through this series, crimes, murders, and the unknown that happened during this decade will be aired in a documentary style. For all those wolf lovers, “Teen Wolf”  will return for its final season on Nov. 15. For those that are not familiar, “Teen Wolf ” is a series that revolves around a social outcast Scott McCall, played by Tyler Posey,  a high school student living in the town of Beacon Hills. Scott’s life drastically changes when he is bitten by a werewolf his sophomore year. “Teen Wolf” airs every Monday on MTV at 10 p.m.

On Nov. 15, the second season of “Hunting Hitler” will be airing on the History channel. The series is derived from 700 pages of FBI material, declassified in 2014, indicating that the bureau continued to probe the  question of whether Adolf Hitler might have actually survived World War II, fleeing to Argentina. Obviously, that’s a tantalizing line of inquiry, having spurred conspiracy theories for decades.

This review could not be complete without the premiere of the seventh season of “The Walking Dead”. Although the season premiered on Oct. 23, viewers are still able to catch up on missed episodes every Sunday at 8 p.m., and following that episode the new episode will air that same night at 9 p.m. on AMC. So for this fall prepare: a cozy blanket, your favorite snack and enjoy a season premiere to end a long day of school.

 

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“Salem”                                       Photo credit Google

 

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