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It’s the issue you’ve been waiting all summer for: Entertainment Weekly’s fall TV preview is here! And quite frankly, we’ve really outdone ourselves this time with 125 shows packed in the pages. Pick up your copy and find the scoop on where your favorite returning shows left off, and where new ones begin.

Need a little taste of what’s in store? EW has everything you want to know about the much anticipated new season of HBO’s cult favorite comedy The Comeback, given a second season nine years after its cancellation; a peek inside the dark world of Fox’s comic-inspired crime procedural Gotham; our visit behind the scenes with Viola Davis on the set of ABC’s new Shonda Rhimes legal thriller How to Get Away with Murder; or your first look at the colorful characters on the new season of American Horror Story: Freak Show.

More, you say? How about scoop on the new characters gracing this season of Homeland? Or a glimpse at the opening scene of The Good Wife? Or flashbacks in Bob’s Burgers, a deep dive into the design of The Flash, and a close look at some of the new baddies coming this year on Grimm? It’s all here! Plus, our TV critics pick the six best new series to watch this fall.

This week’s special double issue also comes packed with news and reviews (like the new Tina Fey-Jason Bateman comedy This Is Where I Leave You), as well as our tribute to late comedy icon Joan Rivers. It’s one super-sized issue that will guarantee you’re well-prepared for anything the watercooler throws at you this fall.

For more, check out this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands Friday.