It's no secret that Hollywood has long had a diversity problem. A 2016 study from USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism found that Latinos on TV continue to be stereotyped and offered fewer roles, despite Latinos making up around 17.4 percent of the U.S. population.

Thankfully, there are some Latinos getting love on television this fall, and we've got the list to prove it. Many are on largely Latino shows like "Jane the Virgin" and "Narcos," but most of the shows listed only have one main Latino character, and they're rarely the series lead. So, yes, we've still got work to do. 

But for now, here are all the incredible shows featuring Latino talent on major network television this fall ... so be sure to give them your support:

"Jane the Virgin"

"Jane" boasts a motherload of Latinos all in one show, and it damn well should considering it's an adaptation of the Venezuelan telenovela "Juana la Virgen." Gina Rodriguez leads this cast of diverse, multi-faceted, entertaining characters that includes her mother Xiomara (Andrea Navedo), father Rogelio (Jaime Camil), and grandmother Alba (Ivonne Coll). Even though the show plays with the melodramatic, it doesn't pander to played out stereotypes, which is so refreshing.

Season 3 premieres October 17, 2016 on The CW

"Narcos"

It may seem like a no-brainer that a show about drug trafficking in Colombia would feature a ton of Latinos, but let's not forget that Hollywood is great at white-washing all sorts of stories ... just look at Al Pacino playing the Cuban-born Tony Montana in "Scarface." (Yes, the character is fictional, but you see what I'm getting at here.) Brazilian Wagner Moura is spot-on with his portrayal of Pablo Escobar, while "Game of Thrones" alum Pedro Pascal plays Javier Peña, one of the lead DEA agents assigned to catching the infamous drug lord. There are really so many talented Latino actors on this show, it would get confusing trying to explain them all. Just take my word and watch this brilliant show.

Seasons 1 and 2 are streaming on Netflix now

"Modern Family"

Chances are you're already familiar with ABC's funniest family sitcom, in which Sofía Vergara plays Gloria, the younger wife of patriarch Jay Pritchett (Ed O'Neill). Over the years Vergara has been called out for over-exaggerating her accent and playing up Latina stereotypes, but that criticism hasn't impacted the success of her character or the show. As of 2015, Vergara had been named the highest paid actress on TV for the fourth year in a row. Yeah, she isn't listening to anyone's complaints – that's for sure.

Season 8 premieres September 21, 2016 on ABC

"How to Get Away With Murder"

For five law students, getting the chance to intern for their accomplished law professor, Annalise Keating (Viola Davis), seemed like the opportunity of a lifetime – until they got embroiled in a twisted murder plot. One of those lucky, not-so-lucky law students is idealistic Laurel Castillo, played by Mexican actress Karla Souza. Her character is quiet and flies under the radar at first, until it's revealed that she's not as innocent as she appears.

Season 3 premieres September 22, 2016 on ABC

"Superstore"

With "Superstore," hopefully America Ferrera can find sitcom gold like she had with "Ugly Betty." Ferrera leads the cast of "Superstore," a comedy about the ins and outs of working in a megastore. Her character, Amy, has been a loyal employee and seems like the most reliable one in the joint. What's dope is that Ferrera is also a producer on the show. 

Season 2 premieres September 22, 2016 on NBC

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

Not one, but two badass Latinas take center stage in this Fox comedy, which follows a group of talented, wise-cracking detectives in the NYPD. Two of these hilarious detectives are Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) and Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero). Santiago, who dates Andy Samberg's character Jake Peralta, is an overachiever who often tries to one-up her boyfriend, while Diaz is secretive, tough, and intimidating. She doesn't let too many people into her life, and that's how she likes to keep it. 

Season 4 premieres September 20, 2016 on FOX

"Empire"

Adam Rodriguez, Pitbull, and Becky G have all guest starred on "Empire," but it looks like Jamila Velazquez is the Latina with staying-power. She plays Laura Callero, the lead singer of the Lyon Dynasty's girl band "Mirage a Trois," who is also the love interest to its youngest Lyon, Hakeem. But things left off pretty rocky for the two love birds when last season ended ... 

Season 3 premieres September 21, 2016 on FOX

"Black-ish"

For a woke show about an affluent Black family living dealing with their cultural identity in a predominantly white neighborhood, "Black-ish" could stand to have a few Latinos in its cast. Fortunately, Allen Maldonado — who is of Puerto Rican and African American descent — has joined the cast as Dre's (Anthony Anderson) assistant. So that's a start. 

Season 3 premieres September 21, 2016 on ABC

"The Flash"

Latinos haven't seen a whole lot of representation in comics, but Cisco "Vibe" Ramon (Carlos Valdes) plays a critical role on the TV version of "The Flash" as a mechanical engineering genius at S.T.A.R. Labs. Along with his team, he works with Barry "Flash" Allen to fight off bad guys and protect their city. 

Season 3 premieres October 2, 2016 on The CW

"Queen Sugar"

There's been a lot of buzz around the Oprah Winfrey/Ava DuVernay collaboration that is OWN's "Queen Sugar." The show is based on Natalie Baszile's novel of the same name, and follows two sisters who move to Louisiana to claim their inheritance of a sugarcane farm left by their late father. Mexicana Marycarmen Lopez has a prominent role in the series as Reyna Velez, a teacher at an elementary school in New Orleans. 

Season 1 premieres September 6, 2016 on OWN


"Blindspot"

A woman wakes up in the middle of Times Square with no recollection of her identity, covered in a bunch of tattoos, one of which is the name of FBI agent Kurt Weller. Weller and his team realize the tattoos are actually clues to solve a crime, and one of his FBI agents is Tasha Zapata (Audrey Esparza). Tasha may be a crime-fighter, but she's got a troubled history herself and suffers from a gambling addiction. As questionable as her motives can sometimes be, she is undeniably a badass. 

Season 2 premieres September 14, 2016 on NBC

"Gotham"

Brazilian actress Morena Baccarin moved to Gotham City for Fox's "Gotham." She plays Dr. Leslie Thompkins, a medical examiner for the Gotham City Police Department who is engaged to former Gotham City PD detective Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie). IRL McKenzie and Baccarin are together and just welcomed a baby girl earlier this year, which explains her disappointing departure from last season. 

Season 3 premieres September 19, 2016 on FOX

"Bull"

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Given our current fascination with shows like "Making a Murderer" and "The People v. O.J. Simpson," "Bull" is sure to pique our imagination. The show follows Dr. Jason Bull "in a drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time." Dr. Bull employs a bunch of techniques to get in the minds of jurors, attorneys, witnesses, and accused criminals. His brother-in-law, Benny Colón (Freddy Rodriguez), is one of the experts on his team; a defense lawyer in the company's mock trials. 

Season 1 premieres September 20, 2016 on CBS

"Chicago P.D."

It's nice to see a Latino calling the shots in one of the many cop-driven dramas on TV. "Chicago P.D." is entering its fourth season, and Detective Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda) has been a proud part of the show each year, playing second-in-command of the CPD intelligence unit. Seda's character first appeared on the show "Chicago Fire" before joining the P.D. spin-off. 

Season 4 premieres September 21, 2016 on NBC

"Gilmore Girls"

Though often overlooked, "Gilmore Girls" has long had a leading Latina lady: Alexis Bledel, who plays Rory, grew up in a Spanish-speaking household and did not learn English until she entered school.

Rory and her mother Lorelai will finally be back later this fall in a revival of the show — "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" — which debuts November 25, 2016 and will pick up nine years from where the original series left off. If you need a refresher, we've got you covered.

New series premieres November 25, 2016 on Netflix

"Pitch"

We're hyped about "Pitch" for a couple of reasons: One, the show focuses on a female baseball star, Ginny, who becomes the first woman to play in the major leagues. But on top of that, her team's general manager and president, Oscar, is played by Mark Consuelos. In real life, the MLB has a notoriously crappy history of failing to hire Latino GMs, and there definitely aren't any women playing in the major leagues, so this show already gets a nod for being so advanced with its visionary thinking. 

Season 1 premieres September 22, 2016 on FOX

"Code Black"

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"Code Black" captures a glimpse of life in the nation's busiest emergency room. The medical drama follows staff as they treat patients under trying and hectic circumstances, and head nurse Jesse Sallander (Luis Guzman) is critical to the daily operations of the hospital. His services and advice are sought after and respected, and of course — in typical Guzman fashion — he's there to provide some comedic relief when needed.

Season 2 premieres September 28, 2016 on CBS

"Notorious"

Fans of "Scandal" were bummed to learn the show's Season 6 premiere was bumped due to Kerry Washington's pregnancy, but they've got a new show to fill the void. The plot for "Notorious" sounds uncomfortably realistic: A powerful attorney, Jake Gregorian (Daniel Sunjata), uses his connections in the media to sway public opinion in favor of his clients ... thereby manipulating the masses and the justice system. Ryan Mills (Ryan Guzman), meanwhile, is an eager production assistant looking to make a name for himself in any way possible.

Season 1 premieres September 22, 2016 on ABC

"The Exorcist"

I probably won't be tuning in to "The Exorcist" mostly because I'm the biggest punk in the world and hate horror, but that doesn't mean I'm any less hyped about the fact that the lead is Mexicano actor Alfonso Herrera. Herrera plays Father Tomas Ortega, the priest tasked with the unfortunate job of performing exorcisms on demonic spirits. Freaky.

Season 1 premieres September 23, 2016 on FOX

"Rosewood"

Pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr. (Morris Chestnut), finds all sorts of secrets in the bodies that come across his laboratory. Detective Annalise Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz) works by his side trying to solve cases, and of course there seems to be some crazy chemistry between these two.

Season 2 premieres September 22, 2016 on FOX

"Conviction"

Frankie Cruz (Manny Montana) is a forensic expert working with the Conviction Integrity Unit, a team that works to prove innocence on cases where a possible wrong conviction has occurred. As a former ex-con, he's able to share insight into the experience of being locked up, and his book and street smarts make him a super valuable asset to his team. 

Season 1 premieres October 3, 2016 on ABC

"Lethal Weapon"

Based on the film franchise of the same name, “Lethal Weapon” follows two detectives with wildly different policing methods, making it obvious that they need someone like Maureen Cahill (Jordana Brewster) to keep them in line. Not only is Cahill an LAPD hostage negotiator, she's also the in-house therapist helping the officers work through their traumatizing experiences. Scorsese (Jonathan Fernandez) is also around to help the team with his creative pathology skills.

Season 1 premieres September 21, 2016 on FOX