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40 TV Shows That Are Premiering And Returning In Fall 2023 That Are Worth Checking Out

There's a LOT — and I mean, A LOT — of great TV shows these days, so to help with your fall planning, I've rounded up 40 shows that are premiering or returning in late summer 2023, aka late August, through December 2023, that you should mark on your calendars:

Note: Due to the continued WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, release dates could be changed. To learn more about the ongoing strikes and how to support the writers and actors, you can click here and here.

1.Sex Education Season 4

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Sex Education will wrap this year with Season 4, and TBH, I'm already in mourning. The new season picks up where Season 3 left off, following the closure of Moordale Secondary. Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) now face a new frontier — their first day at Cavendish Sixth Form College. Otis is getting nervous about opening a new clinic, while Eric is praying the duo doesn't start back at the bottom and end up losers again. Meanwhile, Maeve (Emma Mackey) is in the US and is living her dream at the prestigious Wallace University, where she is being taught by Thomas Molloy (Dan Levy).

When it returns: Sept. 21 on Netflix

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Screenshot from "Ahsoka"

The latest show in the Star Wars universe, Ahsoka brilliant brings to life the beloved characters from Star Wars: Rebels in this outstanding live-action series. The show follows Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson) as she investigates a new emerging threat to the galaxy following the fall of the Empire.

Starring: Rosario Dawson, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ray Stevenson, Ivanna Sakhno, Diana Lee Inosanto, David Tennant, Genevieve O'Reilly, Hayden Christensen, and more

When it premiered: Aug. 22 on Disney+

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3.The Fall of the House of Usher

Screenshot from "The Fall of the House of Usher"

If it's a show from the incredible horror mind of Mike Flanagan, you know I'll be seated. The Fall of the House of Usher premieres this fall and sees Flanagan tackling the work of Edgar Allan Poe. The limited series follows the Usher siblings, who have built a pharmaceutical empire, suddenly uncovering their family's secrets when heirs start to die at the hands of a mysterious woman from the family's past. The Fall of the House of Usher also reunites several actors from Flanagan's other movies and shows like Kate Siegel, Carla Gugino, Rahul Kohli, Samantha Sloyan, Zach Gilford, Katie Parker, Michael Trucco, and more.

Starring: Bruce Greenwood, Carla Gugino, Mary McDonnell, Carl Lumbly, Mark Hamill, Michael Trucco, T'Nia Miller, Paola Nuñez, Henry Thomas, Kyleigh Curran, Samantha Sloyan, Rahul Kohli, Kate Siegel, Sauriyan Sapkota, Zach Gilford, Willa Fitzgerald, Katie Parker, and more

When it premieres: Oct. 12 on Netflix

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4.Gen V

Screenshot from "Gen V"

The first The Boys spinoff series, Gen V expands the universe to Godolkin University, the prestigious superhero-only college where students train to be the next generation of heroes. While The Boys depicts the corrupt side of superheroes, Gen V explores how not all supes start out corrupt. The stakes are obviously much higher for superhero college students, but don't worry, there's plenty of partying, worrying about good grades, and other typical college stuff, too.

Starring: Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Lizze Broadway, Shelley Conn, Maddie Phillips, London Thor, Derek Luh, Asa Germann, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sean Patrick Thomas, Marco Pigossi, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 29 on Prime Video

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5.Our Flag Means Death Season 2

Screenshot from "Our Flag Means Death"

One of the best TV shows of 2022 returns for Season 2, and I cannot wait. Our Flag Means Death picks up with Stede Bonnet (Rhys Darby) and Blackbeard (Taika Waititi) dealing with something all pirates deal with: heartbreak. This new season will continue to focus on Stede and Blackbeard's unlikely, but perfect, romance, as they try to find their way back to each other and figure out how to fit their love into their pirate lives. This entire ensemble cast continues to be a gift, too.

When it returns: Oct. 5 on Max

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6.Percy Jackson and the Olympians

Percy Jackson

Based on the beloved novels by Rick Riordan, Percy Jackson and the Olympians follows Percy Jackson (Walker Scobell), a modern demigod who is coming to terms with his newfound divine powers. Percy's just trying to find his way and fit in when suddenly the all-powerful god Zeus (Lance Reddick) accuses him of stealing his master lightning bolt. Now, alongside his friends Annabeth (Leah Sava Jeffries) and Grover (Aryan Simhadri), Percy embarks on an adventure to find it and restore order to Olympus.

Starring: Walker Scobell, Leah Sava Jeffries, Aryan Simhadri, Lance Reddick, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Megan Mullally, Toby Stephens, Jason Mantzoukas, Jay Duplass, Timothy Omundson, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Adam Copeland, and more

When it premieres: Dec. 20 on Disney+

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7.Lessons in Chemistry

Screenshot from "Lessons in Chemistry"

Based on the bestselling novel by Bonnie Garmus, Lessons in Chemistry follows Elizabeth Zott (Brie Larson), whose dream of being a scientist in the 1950s proves to be harder to achieve in an industry dominated by men. Soon, she finds herself fired from her lab, and she ultimately accepts a job as a host on a TV cooking show. Eventually, Elizabeth sets out to teach housewives how to cook, using what she knows best: science. I highly recommend checking out the novel as well, which was one of the best of 2022.

Starring: Brie Larson, Lewis Pullman, Aja Naomi King, Stephanie Koenig, Kevin Sussman, Patrick Walker, Thomas Mann, and more

When it premieres: Oct. 13 on Apple TV+

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Screenshot from "Invincible"

One of the best TV shows of 2021, Invincible makes its long-awaited return this fall, and everybody — and I mean, everybody — should be watching. Following a jaw-dropping Season 1, the series picks up right after Mark (Steven Yeun) learns THAT shocking revelation about his dad Omni-Man (J. K. Simmons). Things really get interesting as Mark continues to fight evil and try to be the superhero he knows he can be. Alongside the all-star voice cast from Season 1, this season features even more incredible actors like Chloe Bennet, Rhea Seehorn, Calista Flockhart, Sterling K. Brown, Tatiana Maslany, Daveed Diggs, Ella Purnell, and many more.

When it returns: Nov. 3 on Prime Video

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9.All the Light We Cannot See

Screenshot from "All the Light We Cannot See"

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, All the Light We Cannot See follows Marie-Laure (Aria Mia Loberti), a blind French girl and her father, Daniel LeBlanc (Mark Ruffalo), who flee German-occupied Paris with a legendary diamond in an attempt to keep it from falling into the hands of the Nazis. Relentlessly pursued by a Gestapo officer, Marie-Laure and Daniel eventually take up residence with a man who transmits radio broadcasts as part of the resistance. However, Marie-Laure's path crosses with Werner (Louis Hofmann), a brilliant teenager enlisted by Hitler's regime to track down the illegal broadcasts. But, Werner secretly shares Marie-Laure's aspiration for a better tomorrow and faith in humanity. All the Light We Cannot See brilliantly interweaves the lives of Marie-Laure and Werner over the course of a decade.

Starring: Louis Hofmann, Mark Ruffalo, Lars Eidinger, Hugh Laurie, Marion Bailey, Aria Mia Loberti, Nell Sutton, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 2 on Netflix


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Screenshot from "Wilderness"

Based on the novel of the same name, this psychological thriller follows Liv (Jenna Coleman) and Will (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), a seemingly perfect couple with a solid marriage and a glamorous life in New York. However, everything comes crashing down when Liv learns of Will's affair. Her heartbreak quickly turns into rage just as the duo set off for a roadtrip across the US. While Will thinks the trip is a perfect time to fix things, Liv is starting to think that, well, accidents happen all the time and revenge sounds a little better.

Starring: Jenna Coleman, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ashley Benson, Eric Balfour, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 15 on Prime Video

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11.Loki Season 2

Screenshot from "Loki"

Tom Hiddleston returns as his beloved Marvel character in the second season of Loki. Picking up where Season 1 left off, Loki (Hiddleston) and Mobius (Owen Wilson) are once again trying to save the timeline, especially after what happened with Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) in the Season 1 finale. Loki and Mobius are off on another timeline-spanning adventure as they search for various versions of the villain Kang (Jonathan Majors). Alongside the returning Season 1 cast, Ke Huy Quan notably joins as a TVA tech expert named OB.

When it returns: Oct. 6 on Disney+

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12.Doctor Who 2023 Specials

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David Tennant and Catherine Tate return as The Doctor and Donna in three special episodes to mark the 60th anniversary of this hit series. Following Jodie Whittaker's departure as The Doctor, she regenerated looking like the Tenth Doctor (Tennant), and now we get to see his next adventure, alongside Donna, Neil Patrick Harris in a secret villainous role, and Heartstopper star Yasmin Finney. Following these special episodes, Ncuti Gatwa will take over the role of The Doctor.

When it returns: November on Disney+ and BBC

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13.Virgin River Season 5

Screenshot from "Virgin River"

I'm gonna be honest; this is my favorite comfort show. Virgin River returns with Season 5 as Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge) and Jack (Martin Henderson) put the whole Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley) mess behind them and prepare to start their own family. This season features a wildfire spreading toward Virgin River, Brady (Benjamin Hollingsworth) trying to somewhat contain the drugs being smuggled through the lumberyard, and much more. And, don't worry, there's still time for some good things, too, between Mel and Jack's adorable romance to Preacher (Colin Lawrence) looking to move on with a new love interest, there's never a dull moment on Virgin River.

When it returned: Part 1 on Sept. 7 and two holiday episodes on Nov. 30 on Netflix


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14.Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

Screenshot from "Scott Pilgrim Takes Off"

The cast of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World reunite with this new anime series, and I am so excited for it. Executive produced by BenDavid Grabinski and Bryan Lee O'Malley, who wrote the original comics, Scott Pilgrim Takes Off follows Scott (Michael Cera) who meets the girl of his dreams Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), but now must defeat her seven evil exes in order to date her, and yes, that's when things get complicated.

Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Satya Bhabha, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Brie Larson, Alison Pill, Aubrey Plaza, Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman, Johnny Simmons, Mark Webber, Mae Whitman, Ellen Wong, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 17 on Netflix


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15.Lawmen: Bass Reeves

Screenshot from "Lawmen: Bass Reeves"

From Yellowstone executive producer and creator Taylor Sheridan, David Oyelowo, and Chad Feehan, Lawmen: Bass Reeves tells the story of legendary lawman Bass Reeves (David Oyelowo) and his rise from enslavement to law enforcement as the first Black US Marshal west of the Mississippi. The series kicks off a new anthology series from Sheridan, with each season set to focus on other iconic lawmen and outlaws who impacted history.

Starring: David Oyelowo, Lauren E. Banks, Demi Singleton, Forrest Goodluck, Barry Pepper, Donald Sutherland, Dennis Quaid, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 5 on Paramount+

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16.The Buccaneers

Screenshot from "The Buccaneers"

Inspired by Edith Wharton's unfinished last novel of the same name, The Buccaneers tells the story of a group of fun-loving American girls who take the tightly corseted London season of the 1870s by storm. This kicks off an Anglo-American culture clash as London is infiltrated by a refreshing disregard for centuries of buttoned up tradition. Think Bridgerton meets some of the drama and teen angst of The Summer I Turned Pretty. Honestly, that's what sold me.

Starring: Christina Hendricks, Kristine Frøseth, Alisha Boe, Josie Totah, Aubri Ibrag, Imogen Waterhouse, Mia Threapleton, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 8 on Apple TV+

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17.Fellow Travelers

Screenshot from "Fellow Travelers"

Based on the novel by Thomas Mallon, Fellow Travelers follows Hawkins Fuller (Matt Bomer), a man working in politics who avoids emotional entanglements, until he meets Tim Laughlin (Jonathan Bailey). The duo begin an epic romance in McCarthy-era Washington DC. Their love story begins just as Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn declare a war on "subversives and sexual deviants," initiating one of the darkest periods in 20th-century American history. Set over the course of four decades, Fellow Travelers chronicles Hawkins and Tim's love story amid the Vietnam War protests in the '60s, the AIDS crisis of the '80s, and more.

Starring: Matt Bomer, Jonathan Bailey, Jelani Alladin, Allison Williams, Noah J. Ricketts, and more

When it premieres: Oct. 27 on Showtime and Paramount+ with Showtime

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18.One Piece

Screenshot from "One Piece"

Based on the popular manga series, One Piece is a live-action adaptation that follows Monkey D. Luffy (Iñaki Godoy), a young adventurer who has longed for a life of freedom. Luffy sets off from his small village on a dangerous journey to find the legendary fabled treasure One Piece, in an attempt to become King of the Pirates. In order to complete this journey, Luffy assembles a crew he's dreamed of before hitting the high seas in search of fame and fortune.

Starring: Iñaki Godoy, Mackenyu, Emily Rudd, Jacob Romero Gibson, Taz Skylar, and more

When it premiered: Aug. 31 on Netflix


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19.The Morning Show Season 3

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Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon return in the third season of The Morning Show this fall. In this new season, the stakes are high as the future of the network is thrown into question, and loyalties are tested as a tech titan takes an interest in UBA. Once again, everyone's alliances are tested as the UBA team is forced to confront their core values both in and out of the newsroom. Jon Hamm joins this season alongside the already all-star ensemble cast.

When it returns: Sept. 13 on Apple TV+

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20.Upload Season 3

Screenshot from "Upload"

This underrated and amazing series returns with Season 3 soon, and picks up right where the previous season left off. Once again, Nathan (Robbie Amell) is dealing with A LOT. After reuniting with Nora (Andy Allo) in a new physical body, the duo will look to navigate their new relationship while also racing to stop the mysterious conspiracy that threatens to destroy millions of people. There's also the little matter of Nathan's nose bleeding at the end of Season 2, so his head could literally, maybe, explode at any second.

When it returns: Oct. 20 on Prime Video

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21.Starstruck Season 3

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Rose Matafeo returns in Starstruck Season 3 soon. Still living in London and working at the local cinema, Jessie (Matafeo) explores her newly single life after parting ways with Tom (Nikesh Patel). Two years out from their breakup, Jessie navigates the pressures of adulthood and is confronted with the consequences of her actions as her friends move on to the next stages of life while she is left still questioning what she really wants.

When it returns: Sept. 28 on Max

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22.Fargo Season 5

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This beloved anthology series returns with a new season that promises to get back to the basics that made Fargo so good in the first place. With a brand-new cast, this season follows Dot (Juno Temple), a housewife whose mysterious past begins to haunt her after she gets in trouble with local authorities. Soon, Dot has to find a way to protect herself and her family as the law begins to press down on her. Alongside Temple, this season also stars Jon Hamm, Lamorne Morris, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Joe Keery, and more.

When it returns: Nov. 21 on FX

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23.The Changeling

Screenshot from "The Changeling"

Based on the book of the same name, The Changeling tells the story of Apollo (LaKeith Stanfield) and librarian Emma (Clark Backo), who fall in love and start a family. However, when Emma suddenly disappears following an act of violence after the birth of their son, Apollo sets out to find her. Described as "a fairytale for grown-ups" and "a horror story, a parenthood fable," The Changeling is yet another hidden gem on Apple TV+ you should check out.

Starring: LaKeith Stanfield, Clark Backo, Adina Porter, Samuel T. Herring, Alexis Louder, Jared Abrahamson, and more

When it premiered: Sept. 8 on Apple TV+

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24.The Continental: From the World of John Wick

Screenshot from "The Continental: From the World of John Wick"

This three-part limited series follows the origins of the iconic hotel-for-assassins, which is a centerpiece in the John Wick universe. The Continental tells the story of a young Winston Scott (Colin Woodell), who is dragged into the "hellscape" of 1970s NYC to face a past he really thought he left behind. Winston charts a deadly course through the hotel's mysterious underworld in an attempt to seize the hotel that he will eventually rule.

Starring: Mel Gibson, Colin Woodell, Mishel Prada, Ben Robson, Hubert Point-Du Jour, Nhung Kate, Jessica Allain, Ayomide Adegun, Jeremy Bobb, Peter Greene, Katie McGrath, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 22 on Peacock

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25.The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon

Screenshot from "The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon"

The next new series in The Walking Dead universe begins this fall. Following beloved, fan-favorite Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), the show kicks off when Daryl washes ashore in France and struggles to piece together how he got there and WHY. TWD: Daryl Dixon follows Daryl's journey through a broken, but resilient, France as he tries to make his way back home.

Starring: Norman Reedus, Clémence Poésy, Adam Nagaitis, Anne Charrier, Eriq Ebouaney, Laika Blanc-Francard, Romain Levi, Louis Puech Scigliuzzi, and more

When it premiered: Sept. 10 on AMC and AMC+

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26.Still Up

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This new romantic comedy follows Lisa (Antonia Thomas) and Danny (Craig Roberts), who are best friends bonded by their insomnia. The series explores the after-hours world Lisa and Danny have created for themselves, and while they share everything with each other, they are both hiding their true, romantic feelings.

Starring: Antonia Thomas, Craig Roberts, Blake Harrison, Lois Chimimba, Luke Fetherston, Rich Fulcher, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 22 on Apple TV+

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Screenshot from "Frasier"

This beloved and Emmy Award-winning series returns with brand-new episodes as Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) enters the next chapter of his life. Living back in Boston — where we first met him on Cheers — Frasier now is confronted with new challenges, new relationships, and maybe even an old dream to finally fulfill. Grammer returns in the titular role, with Jack Cutmore-Scott playing Frasier's son and Anders Keith joining as Niles and Daphne's son. Bebe Neuwirth and Peri Gilpin are also set to reprise their roles from the original series.

Starring: Kelsey Grammer, Anders Keith, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Jack Cutmore-Scott, Toks Olagundoye, Jess Salgueiro, and more

When it premieres: Oct. 12 on Paramount+

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28.Lupin Part 3

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Omar Sy returns in this extraordinary new season of Lupin. Now in hiding, Assane (Sy) must learn to live far away from his wife and son. With the suffering they endure because of him, Assane can't stand it any longer and decides to return to Paris to try and convince them to leave France and start a new life. However, ghosts of Assane's past start to catch up to him and threaten to turn everything upside down.

When it returns: Oct. 5 on Netflix

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29.The Other Black Girl

Screenshot from "The Other Black Girl"

Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, The Other Black Girl follows Nella (Sinclair Daniel), an editorial assistant, who is tired of being the only Black girl at Wagner Books, so Nella is thrilled when Hazel (Ashleigh Murray) is hired. However, as Hazel begins to rise at the company, Nella spirals out and discovers something sinister is going on behind the scenes.

Starring: Sinclair Daniel, Ashleigh Murray, Brittany Adebumola, Hunter Parrish, Bellamy Young, Eric McCormack, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 13 on Hulu

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30.Quantum Leap Season 2

Screenshot from "Quantum Leap"

Quantum Leap returns with an action-packed second season this fall on NBC. At the end of Season 1, Ben (Raymond Lee) was seemingly lost in time, and now this new season picks up in the 1970s.The 100 star Eliza Taylor and Yellowjackets alum Peter Gadiot join this season as series regulars alongside guest star Melissa Roxburgh, and more.

When it returns: Oct. 4 on NBC

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31.Young Love

Screenshot from "Young Love"

This new animated series expands on the Academy Award-winning animated short Hair Love, which centered on the relationship between a Black father and his daughter Zuri. Young Love dives deeper into the Young family, which includes Stephen (Kid Cudi), Angela (Issa Rae), and Zuri. The show explores their careers, marriage, parenthood, social issues, multi-generation dynamics, and more, alongside a stacked voice cast.

Starring: Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi, Issa Rae, Loretta Devine, Harry Lennix, Tamar Braxton, Brooke Monroe Conaway, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 21 on Max

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32.Monarch: Legacy of Monsters

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After Godzilla and the Titans' battle confirming that monsters are real, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters follows two siblings who are following in their dad's footsteps to uncover their family connection to the secret organization known as Monarch. The clues lead them to Lee Shaw (Kurt Russell and Wyatt Russell). Spanning three generations, the show explores buried secrets and how one secret can reverberate throughout history. Also, the show shares a cinematic universe with Godzilla, Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Godzilla vs. Kong, and the upcoming Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.

Starring: Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, Anna Sawai, Kiersey Clemons, Ren Watabe, Mari Yamamoto, Anders Holm, Joe Tippett, Elisa Lasowski, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 17 on Apple TV+

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33.For All Mankind Season 4

It has been eight years since the events of For All Mankind Season 3, which saw the attack outside the Johnson Space Center and the landing on Mars, and now Happy Valley is rapidly expanding its footprint on Mars. It's 2003, and the focus of the space program has shifted once again to the capture and mining of extremely valuable, mineral-rich asteroids that could change the future of Earth and Mars. However, tensions on the international base threaten to undo everything.When it returns: Nov. 10 on Apple TV+

It has been eight years since the events of For All Mankind Season 3, which saw the attack outside the Johnson Space Center and the landing on Mars, and now Happy Valley is rapidly expanding its footprint on Mars. It's 2003, and the focus of the space program has shifted once again to the capture and mining of extremely valuable, mineral-rich asteroids that could change the future of Earth and Mars. However, tensions on the international base threaten to undo everything.

When it returns: Nov. 10 on Apple TV+

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34.The Irrational

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Twenty-four years after debuting as Det. Ed Green on Law & Order, Jesse L. Martin returns to NBC in The Irrational. This new detective series follows Alec Baker (Martin), a renowned professor of behavioral science, who lends his unique expertise to a series of high-stakes cases involving governments, law enforcement, and more. Alec's outlook on understanding human behavior leads him and the team on a series of intense and unexpected journeys as they solve mysteries.

Starring: Jesse L. Martin, Maahra Hill, Travina Springer, Molly Kunz, Arash DeMaxi, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 25 on NBC

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35.A Murder at the End of the World

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This new mystery series follows Darby Hart (Emma Corrin), an amateur sleuth and tech-savvy hacker, who is invited alongside eight other people to participate in a retreat at a remote location by a reclusive billionaire. Of course, nothing goes as planned after one of the guests is found dead. Now, Darby must use all of her skills to prove it was murder before the killer strikes again.

Starring: Emma Corrin, Clive Owen, Harris Dickinson, Brit Marling, Alice Braga, Joan Chen, Raúl Esparza, Jermaine Fowler, Ryan J. Haddad, Pegah Ferydoni, Javed Khan, Louis Cancelmi, Edoardo Ballerini, Britian Seibert, Christopher Gurr, Kellan Tetlow, Daniel Olson, Neal Huff, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 14 on FX on Hulu

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36.Sullivan's Crossing

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From the team behind Netflix's Virgin River, Sullivan's Crossing follows Maggie (Morgan Kohan), a star neurosurgeon who is suddenly blindsided after her partner is indicted for fraud. Now, escaping the chaos around her, Maggie leaves Boston and returns to her childhood home of Sullivan's Crossing, a remote coastline town. Of course, returning home means confronting your past, namely her estranged father Sully (Scott Patterson). Soon, Maggie rekindles old friendships and catches the eye of newcomer Cal (Chad Michael Murray) as she works to clear her name and reconnect with a side of herself she had forgotten.

Starring: Morgan Kohan, Scott Patterson, Chad Michael Murray, and more

When it premieres: Oct. 4 on The CW

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37.Shining Vale

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Courteney Cox returns in Season 2 of this hilarious series that follows Pat (Cox), who encounters Rosemary (Mira Sorvino), a demon living in her house who possesses Pat's body and turns everything upside down. The new season kicks off with Pat returning home after a stay at a psychiatric hospital. She's determined to put her family back together, but suddenly finds out her husband and children don't really need her anymore. And, what makes everything more complicated is their new neighbor Ruth looks EXACTLY like Rosemary.

When it returns: Oct. 13 on Starz



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Neon tells the story of three friends as they work hard to make it big in the world of reggaeton. This new comedy series follows Santi (Tyler Dean Flores), a rising artist who, with the help of his friends, dreams of making it big and achieving his dreams, or at least making it big enough to pay rent. Neon takes an honest and comedic look at the music industry and what goes into trying to achieve your dreams.

Starring: Tyler Dean Flores, Emma Ferreira, Jordan Mendoza, Courtney Taylor, and more

When it premieres: Oct. 19 on Netflix


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39.The Gold

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This British series hits the US this fall and tells the story of the 1983 Brink's-Mat robbery, where £26 million worth of gold, diamonds, and cash were stolen from a warehouse near Heathrow Airport. At the time, it was the biggest robbery in history, and The Gold chronicles what led up to and followed this historic heist.

Starring: Dominic Cooper, Jack Lowden, Hugh Bonneville, Charlotte Spencer, and more

When it premieres: Sept. 17 on Paramount+

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40.And finally, Bookie

Screenshot from "How to Be a Bookie"

Bookie marks Chuck Lorre's latest comedy series following The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, The Kominsky Method, and more. This new show follows a veteran California bookie and his partner in crime as they struggle to survive the impending legalization of sports gambling, increasingly unstable clients, family, coworkers, and a lifestyle that bounces them to every corner of Los Angeles.

Starring: Sebastian Maniscalco, Omar J. Dorsey, and more

When it premieres: Nov. 2023 on Max

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We can't fit every show into one post, so are there any other shows you're excited for this fall? Which ones should we be watching? Tell us in the comments below!