Divorce and infidelity are always hot topics, and this fall TV season is no exception.
From sitcoms to dramas to dark comedies, the TV networks are putting splits front and center this year. Click through the slideshow below to check them out, then let us know in the comments: will you be tuning in?
"The Millers" centers on a young divorcé, played by Will Arnett, whose parents have decided to divorce as well. Check out the premiere on Thursday, October 3rd at 8:30 p.m on CBS.
"Back In The Game"
"Back In The Game" focuses on a divorced single mom, played by Maggie Lawson, who moves back in with her estranged father and becomes her son's baseball coach. Catch the premiere on ABC on Wednesday, September 25 at 8:30 p.m.
ABC's "Betrayal," which premiers on Sunday, September 29 at 10 p.m, is about an affair between an unhappily married female photographer (played by Hannah Ware) and a lawyer (played by Stuart Townsend) who ends up being involved in a case with Ware's husband.
"Rake" follows Greg Kinnear as a divorced lawyer with a gambling problem, troubles with women and an ex-wife who works as his therapist. "Rake" will premier on Fox in mid-season; the exact date has yet to be announced.
"Sean Saves The World"
Sean Hayes stars as a divorced gay man who is learning to juggle work and parenting when his teenage daughter moves in with him. Catch "Sean Saves The World" on NBC on Thursdays at 9 p.m. starting October 3rd.
Malin Ackerman stars as Kate, a newly married woman learning to adjust to life with her husband, his three kids and his two ex-wives. "Trophy Wives" premieres on ABC on Tuesday, September 24th at 9:30 p.m.
"We Are Men"
"We Are Men" centers around four men living in a short-term living apartment complex -- one was left at the altar, one was caught having an affair, one is a four-time divorcé and one is currently going through a divorce. Kal Penn, Tony Shalhoub, Jerry O'Connell and Chris Smith star. Catch the show on CBS starting Monday, September 30th, at 8:30 p.m.
"Bad Teacher" is based on the Cameron Diaz film of the same name, and stars Ari Graynor as a sexy divorced woman searching for her next husband. "Bad Teacher" will premiere on CBS mid-season; no specific date has been set.
"Growing Up Fisher"
"Growing Up Fisher" focuses on a family that grows closer after the parents divorce. J.K. Simmons and Jenna Elfman star, and Jason Bateman executive produces and narrates. The show will be on NBC, but the premiere date has not yet been set.