[POLL] Fall TV 2016: What’s the best new network comedy? ‘Speechless,’ ‘The Good Place’ …

We’re two weeks into the fall TV premiere season, so we’ve now seen most of what the broadcast networks have on offer. What do you think? Vote in our poll below to let us know what your favorite new comedy is so far.

The networks have premiered far more dramas than comedies this fall (click here to vote for your favorite new drama), but in the coming weeks we’ll see a few more debuts, including “American Housewife” (ABC), “The Great Indoors” (CBS) and “Man with a Plan” (CBS). Will they measure up to what we’ve already seen? Here’s what the networks have shown us so far:

The Good Place” (NBC) — A selfish woman (Kristen Bell) dies, but in a case of mistaken identity she’s sent to heaven instead of … the other place. (MetaCritic score: 78)

Kevin Can Wait” (CBS) –Emmy-nominee Kevin James returns to TV in a new comedy about a police officer who retires and lives with his wife and three children. (MetaCritic score: 39)

“Son of Zorn” (FOX) — A live-action/animated hybrid in which a He-Man-like warrior deals with his teenage son and ex-wife in Orange County. (MetaCritic score: 57)

Speechless” (ABC) — A family comedy about the DiMeo clan, including protective mother Maya (Minnie Driver) and a teenage son with cerebral palsy. (MetaCritic score: 79)

Judge for yourself. Vote on these four shows below, then click here to discuss all of them in our forums.

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