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September 25, 2015

Your Ultimate Fall TV Guide has arrived on Lumia

Check out new shows or catch up on returning favorites in the TV section of the Video store on your Lumia phone.

The new fall TV season has begun in the United States and Canada, but it’s not too late to catch up on last season’s shows or dive into a returning series on your Lumia.

To watch, open the built-in Video app on your Windows Phone and swipe to the TV store. Or you can go to the Ultimate Fall TV Guide in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store in your browser and your purchases or season passes will automatically show up in your Video app for later viewing.

Here are some highlights to watch for:


New shows

Heroes Reborn ($29.99 USD)

From the creator of the original “Heroes” TV series comes “Heroes Reborn,” a 13-episode event series that follows the journeys of a new batch of awe-inspiring heroes in the epic fight between good and evil.

Fear the Walking Dead ($15.99 USD)

This new companion series to “The Walking Dead” goes back to the beginning of the zombie apocalypse in Los Angeles, to a time when life as everyone knew it was upended for reasons unknown.

Scream Queens ($29.99 USD)

In this comedic whodunit, a devil-clad killer begins targeting the sisters of Kappa House at Wallace University.

The Muppets ($19.99 USD)

For the first time ever, the personal lives and relationships of the Muppets are explored, both at work and at home–including their love lives, achievements, disappointments, wants, and desires in this contemporary, documentary-style new series.


Returning favorites

Empire: Season 2 ($44.99 USD)

This powerful drama follows the head of a music empire whose three sons and ex-wife battle for his throne.

Doctor Who: Season 9 ($33.99 USD)

Peter Capaldi returns as The Doctor in the latest season that sees him tangle with ghosts, Vikings, and the ultimate evil–the Daleks.

The Big Bang Theory: Season 9 ($39.99 USD)

Our two genius roommates—Leonard and Sheldon—and their friends are back once again (smarter, but no wiser). Together, they learn that life is more complicated outside the lab as love and friendship never produce predictable results.

Gotham: Season 2 ($38.99 USD)

The darkness grows on “Gotham” as a realignment of alliances shakes up the fight for power in Gotham City and new super villains are introduced. Season Two witnesses Detective Jim Gordon confront Gotham’s most notorious criminals as his moral compass wavers.

Fall TV freebies

Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters—a prequel that bridges the gap between “Heroes” and this next generation.

Empire Season 2: Game-On—a behind-the-scenes look at “Empire” with its creators.

Public Morals: Pilot episode—In early 1960s New York City, Officer Terry Muldoon runs the Public Morals Division, which polices vice crimes such as gambling and prostitution.