When many of your favorite shows return this fall, they may look slightly different than they did when they signed off in May. For some it's the addition of a new face or two, while others have hit the reset button in a big way. Here's what you need to know to avoid a double-take - and fair warning, some are going to take some time to wrap your head around.
The word "midseason" may have previously carried a negative meaning, but many of today's top hits were purposely held back to give them a better chance to thrive. Of course, some shows are beyond help and this year's midseason projects have a little from both in the mix. Still, if the current fall entries aren't quite your taste, here's what you can expect in 2020.