Watch This: The Most Badass Babes of Fall TV

Whether it’s a day-drunk angel or Miss Piggy herself, this season’s network shows star the kinds of ballsy, bold lady leads we want to make DVR dates with

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Megan Good in Minority Report

Meet Lara Vega (Meagan Good)
From Minority Report (Global, September 21st)
She’s a leather-clad police detective in the year 2065 who partners with a man who sees the future (correction: sees murders in the future).
Lines to Live For:
CSI Technician Akeela: “You’re letting him go alone?”
Lara Vega: “I call that delegating.”

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Jaimie Alexander in Blindspot

Meet Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander)
From Blindspot (CTV, September 21st)
She’s a hot, scrap-happy amnesiac who turns up naked in Times Square covered in tats that are coded clues to her true identity as a super-skilled something or other.
Lines to Live For:
FBI Agent Kurt Weller:
“How you holdin’ up?”
Jane Doe: “I don’t know. I don’t really have a frame of reference.”

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Needs no introduction

Meet Miss Piggy (as herself)
From The Muppets (City, September 21st)
She’s a superstar actress who returns to the comedy troupe (and lost love Kermit the Frog) that first made her a star.
Lines to Live For:
“This is my family! You know…Gary. The tooth guy. That blue one over there.”

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Priyanka Chopra in Quantico

Meet Alex Parrish (Priyanka Chopra)
From Quantico (CTV, September 27th)
She’s a no-effs FBI new agent trainee whose fellow recruits (a Mormon, a Muslim, a gay virgin) are harbouring jaw-dropping secrets.
Lines to Live For:
Alex Parrish:
“You’re not my type.”
Fellow New Recruit Ryan Booth: “Said to the man you just had sex with.”
Parrish: “Well, if you were, I wouldn’t have. I would have gotten to know you first.”

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Maggie Lawson and Jane Lynch in Angel From Hell

Meet Amy (Jane Lynch)
From Angel From Hell (Global, November 6th)
She’s a hooch-swilling guardian angel with a mouth of filth and a heart of gold, charged with protecting uptight earthling Allison (Maggie Lawson).
Lines to Live For:
“I’ve got this thing on my shoulder. It might be a mole? It could be a wax burn from some degrading role play?”

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