Now that the new TV season is a month old, we took to the forums to find out which shows YOU think have improved the most over last year. ABC's sophomore drama "How to Get Away with Murder" absolutely dominates the discussion, while two other shows also gain mentions of approval from our readers: nine-year-old comedy "The Big Bang Theory" and second-season soap "Empire."
We asked our forum posters, many of whom are Hollywood insiders, to weigh in on the season's most improved TV shows. Read some of their comments below and then join the fierce debate in our red-hot forums here.
WildforFilm: "How To Get Away With Murder" — I wasn't sure how they would keep the show's theme going another season, but what the story is leading up to is so interesting. Also throwing in Jean Grey wasn't a bad thing either.
patmcb: I think "HTGAWM" is so much more coherent this time around. I remember I was completely lost and confused during the first half of the first season due to all of the flashbacks that have no context. Now that I know what's happening, I love the concept.
jamesclim: So far "How to Get Away with Murder" has been pretty awesome. To me it still feels a like camp version of "Damages," but the characters seem deeper, new murder storyline looks more promising than that "Who killed Lyla?" arc, and they have added Jean Grey & Annalise romance.
forwardswill: I have been pleasantly surprised by "The Big Bang Theory" so far and the latest episode was fantastic.
leothescorpio: "Empire" — I love that they've slowed down this season.
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