Fall TV 2016 – Create a Watch-List Based on Your Horoscope

How do you pick which shows to watch? You can rely on critics. You can look at the ratings. You can watch your favorite stars. Or you can look to the stars. In case you’re one of the latter, we prepared a chart of new show recommendations based on your Zodiac sign.

Aquarius [January 21 – February 19] – A deep thinker who enjoys good friends, you want to try FX’s Better Things and TBS’s Search Party in November.

Pisces [February 20-March 20] – Compassionate, artistic, and musical, bond with new Voice coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys and FX’s Atlanta.

Aries [March 21 – April 20] – A natural leader, confident and unafraid of testing limits, you’ll love Discovery’s Harley and the Davidsons and FOX’s Lethal Weapon.

Taurus [April 21 – May 21] – Your practical sensibilities almost demand you tune into CBS’ new comedy Kevin Can Wait and the network’s remake of MacGyver.

Gemini [May 22 – June 21] – Gentle, thoughtful, affectionate, and full of all-around goodness, you will enjoy FOX’s Pitch and NBC’s This Is Us.

Cancer [June 22 – July 22] – Both imaginative and sentimental, a true helper, you are destined to like OWN’s Queen Sugar and NBC’s The Good Place.

Leo [July 23 – August 21] – Confident, passionate, and a natural leader, you will be so into CBS’s Bull and ABC’s Designated Survivor.

Virgo [August 22 – September 23] – Loyal, methodical, and a lover of humanity, ABC’s Speechless is sure to be your new fave, and you should try NBC’s The Good Place

Libra [September 24 – October 23] – Creative, fair and a valuer of relationships, you will enjoy both HBO’s Insecure and ABC’s American Housewife.

Scorpio [October 24 – November 22] – Passionate, assertive, obsessed with the truth, FOX’s The Exorcist is right up your alley, as is HBO’s Divorce.

Sagittarius [November 23 – December 22] – Idealistic, open-minded, philosophical, your new bestie is NBC’s Timeless and TBS’s People of the Earth.

Capricorn [December 23 – January 20] – You’re responsible, practical, and family-oriented, so you need to try Matt LeBlanc’s CBS sitcom Man with a Plan and the CW’s Frequency.