We've given you Sunday and Monday night's new lineup, so you guessed it...here's what to expect this fall for TV on Tuesdays.

Tuesdays are where ABC start to mix things up, debuting three new shows on that night this fall. The first is sitcom Selfie at 8p. The show is said to be loosely based on My Fair Lady with Henry, played by John Cho, helping Eliza, played by Karen Gillan, to live her life offline.

At 8:30 ABC gives us Manhattan Love Story with tons of inner monologue and a completely obvious story line.

The sitcoms are then followed by new hit Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at 9p and then a new twist on the crime drama with Forever. Which looks very intriguing...

Over on NBC Tuesdays don't change too much. The second night of The Voice is at 8p, newbie Marry Me starring the hilarious Casey Wilson and Ken Marino airs at 9p with About A Boy and Chicago Fire staying put.

FOX is keeping New Girl and The Mindy Project in their regular time slots, but kick off the night with the new reality show Utopia.

And CBS stays almost the same as well with the #1 show on television NCIS at 8p, new NCIS spinoff NCIS: New Orleans moves into the 9p slot (and brings Scott Bakula back to primetime TV on the regular!) and Person of Interest remains at 10p.