The Fall TV season — or at least some version of it — is upon us! And to help you keep tabs on it all, TVLine presents its famously handy calendar (and it is a calendar) of premiere dates.
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Though wildly rewritten by the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, this fall slate’s still offers dozens of returning and new (or “new-ish”) broadcast, streaming and cable series. (Scroll past the calendar for an alphabetical rundown of every new series.)
Herewith is our calendar of season and series premieres — no finales, and none of the “rerun” premieres that broadcasters are plugging holes with. (New series are listed in BOLD, time zones are as always Eastern.) Click to zoom/print/highlight/frame, and save these dates! (Updated 9/13, 11 am)
BROADCAST SHOWS ON HOLD FOR MIDSEASON (ALL CAPS = new)
61st Street (now on The CW), 9-1-1 (now on ABC), 9-1-1: Lone Star, Accused, Abbott Elementary, Alert: MPU, All American, All American: Homecoming, American Idol, THE AMERICAS (NBC), Animal Control, The Bachelor, Blue Bloods, Bob Hearts Abishola, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., The Cleaning Lady, The Conners, CSI: Vegas, DEAL OR NO DEAL ISLAND (NBC), DOC (Fox), ELSBETH (CBS), The Equalizer, EXTENDED FAMILY (NBC), Farmer Wants a Wife, FBI, FBI: International, FBI: Most Wanted, FGIRL ISLAND (The CW), Fire Country, Ghosts, The Good Doctor, The Great North, Grey’s Anatomy, GRIMSBURG (Fox), HIGH POTENTIAL (ABC), I AM docu films (The CW), La Brea, Law & Order, Law & Order: Organized Crime, Law & Order: SVU, Lopez vs. Lopez, MATLOCK (CBS), Mysteries Decoded, NCIS, NCIS: Hawai’i, The Neighborhood, Next Level Chef, Night Court, Not Dead Yet, Password, POPPA’S HOUSE (CBS), RESCUE: HI-SURF (Fox), The Rookie, So Help Me Todd, Station 19, Superman & Lois, S.W.A.T., TRACKER (CBS), Walker, WE ARE FAMILY (Fox), Will Trent, Young Sheldon, untitled America’s Got Talent spinoff
FATES STILL TBD: Home Economics, Housebroken, The Rookie: Feds, Welcome to Flatch
Preemptive P.S. My calendar-making skills have never been infallible (it’s more of a hobby, really), so if you spot something that is (theoretically) missing, drop a (polite) note in Comments and I will (maybe) include it in an update!
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WHAT’S NEW THIS FALL TV SEASON:
ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE (Netflix)
Based on the Anthony Doerr novel, the four-part series takes place during World War II, where Daniel LeBlanc (Mark Ruffalo) flees Nazi-occupied Paris with his blind daughter — and a legendary diamond — in tow.
In this South Korean thriller, a catastrophic earthquake interrupts an auction of human organs, trapping inside a building the victims and buyers, who then fight to survive the aftermath — at any cost.
THE BUCCANEERS (Apple TV+)
inspired by Edith Wharton’s unfinished final novel, the eight-episode series is set in 1870s London, following a group of fun-loving young American girls who kick off an Anglo-American culture clash
BUDDY GAMES (CBS)
Six teams of deep-rooted friends gather at a stunning lakeside location to relive their glory days and compete in an assortment of absurd physical and mental challenges; Josh Duhamel hosts.
THE CHANGELING (Apple TV+)
A sweet love story between Apollo (LaKeith Stanfield) and Emma (Clark Backo) turns into a trippy nightmare when the latter disappears after doing the unspeakable with their first-born child.
THE CONTINENTAL: FROM THE WORLD OF JOHN WICK (Peacock)
In this prequel to the Keanu Reeves-led film tetralogy, a young Winston Scott (Colin Woodell) is “dragged into the Hell-scape of 1970s New York City to face a past he thought he’d left behind.”
DREAMING WHILST BLACK (Showtime)
This six-part dramedy, adapted from the web series of the same name, follows an aspiring filmmaker (played by Adjani Salmon) as he juggles the pursuit of his dreams with his own sense of reality.
EVERYONE ELSE BURNS (The CW)
This British comedy follows a strictly religious family who believe the world will end within the decade; Simon Bird (Friday Night Dinner), Kate O’Flynn (Landscapers), Harry Connor star.
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER (Netflix)
In this series from Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House, Midnight Mass), based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, siblings Roderick and Madeline find past secrets coming to light when the heirs to the Usher dynasty start dying at the hands of a mysterious woman; Bruce Greenwood, Mary McDonnell, Willa Fitzgerald, Kate Siegel, Rahul Kohli and Carla Gugino star.
FBI TRUE (CBS)
This docuseries (via Paramount+) goes behind-the-scenes with real agents, telling true stories of their most dangerous and infamous cases.
A public relations specialist — who was once herself one of those “forgotten” ones — and her team now make sure there is always someone looking out for missing people; Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar star.
GHOSTS U.K. (CBS)
In the original British comedy, a cash-strapped young couple inherit a rickety country mansion, only to find it teeming with needy ghosts.
THE GOLD (Paramount+)
Hugh Bonneville, Dominic Cooper and Charlotte Spencer star in this series inspired by the Brink’s Mat robbery of 1983, where a gang unexpectedly stole £26m in gold bullion.
THE GOLDEN BACHELOR (ABC)
A hopeless romantic is given a second chance at love, in a search for a partner with whom to share the sunset years of life.
THE IRRATIONAL (NBC)
A world-renowned professor of behavioral science (Jesse L. Martin) lends his expertise to an array of high-stakes cases involving governments, law enforcement, and corporations.
This animated comedy from Dan Harmon (Rick and Morty) is set in ancient Greece and follows a family of humans, gods and monsters; voice cast includes Hannah Waddingham, Matt Berry.
LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY (Apple TV+)
Based on Bonnie Garmus’ novel and set in the early 1950s, the series follows Elizabeth Zott (Brie Larson), an aspiring scientist who, after being fired from a lab, accepts a job as the host of a TV cooking show — and in turn teaches a nation of overlooked housewives a lot more than recipes.
LOTERÍA LOCA (CBS)
In this game show based on the Latin game of chance known now as Lotería, two players go head-to-head and take turns picking cards to get four-in-a-row; Jaime Camil hosts.
A MURDER AT THE END OF THE WORLD (Hulu)
The Crown‘s Emma Corrin stars as a Gen Z amateur sleuth and tech-savvy hacker who is one of nine guests invited to the home of a billionaire played by Clive Owen. A murder/investigation ensues.
NCIS: SYDNEY (CBS)
As tensions rise in the Indo-Pacific, U.S. NCIS Agents and the Australian Federal Police are grafted into a multi-national task force; Olivia Swann, Todd Lasance star.
NEIGHBOURS: A NEW CHAPTER (Freevee)
This direct continuation of Neighbours, which originally aired on Aussie TV from 1985 to 2022, will once again follow the “loves, loves and challenges of the residents on Ramsay Street.”
From small-town Florida to the bright lights of Miami, this eight-episode comedy follows three friends (played by Tyler Dean Flores, Emma Ferreira and Jordan Mendoza) as they try to make it big in the world of reggaeton.
THE OTHER BLACK GIRL (Hulu)
This adaptation of Zakiya Dalila Harris’ novel follows Nella (Sinclair Daniel), an editorial assistant who is tired of being the only Black girl at her company — until Hazel (Ashleigh Murray) is hired. As Hazels star rises, Nella spirals.
POWER RANGERS COSMIC FURY (Netflix)
In the 30th season of the franchise, Lord Zedd has escaped, and this time his rampage extends to the farthest reaches of space; franchise vet David Yost reprises his role as Billy Cranston.
RAID THE CAGE (CBS)
In this “action-packed game show,” teams of two face off to grab-and-go prizes from the Cage before their time runs out and the doors close.
SCOTT PILGRIM TAKES OFF (Netflix)
The live-action 2010 movie’s entire ensemble lends their voices to this eight-episode anime series based on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and the graphic novels from which it was adapted.
SNAKE OIL (Fox)
Contestants are pitched unique products by convincing entrepreneurs – some of whom are showcasing real deals, while the others are “Snake Oil Salesmen” whose products are fake; David Spade hosts.
THE SPENCER SISTERS (The CW)
The Canadian import follows mystery novelist Victoria Spencer (Lea Thompson) and her daughter Darby Spencer (Stacey Farber), who are (you guessed it!) mistaken for sisters as they tackle puzzling cases.
STAR TREK: VERY SHORT TREKS (Paramount+)
Five animated shorts commemorating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Animated Series feature the voices of George Takei as Sulu, Jonathan Frakes as Will Riker, Doug Jones as Saru, Ethan Peck as Spock, Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher, Celia Rose Gooding as Uhura and many others.
STILL UP (Apple TV+)
Bonded by insomnia, best friends Lisa and Danny (Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts) stay connected to each other late into the night and find their way through a world of wonderfully weird surprises.
SULLIVAN’S CROSSING (The CW)
Maggie Sullivan (Morgan Kohan) is a star neurosurgeon who has it all… until her business partner is indicted for fraud and she is herself charged with negligence. Looking to distance herself from the fallout, Maggie decides to leave Boston and return to her childhood home of [see title].
THE SWARM (The CW)
The European import depicts the struggle of humankind against an unknown swarm intelligence that lives in the depths of the sea.
THE WALKING DEAD: DARYL DIXON (AMC)
The fifth spinoff in the Walking Dead franchise follows our favorite biker (played by Norman Reedus) as he struggles to figure out how the hell he wound up overseas in Paris, and how he’s going to get back.
WILDERNESS (Prime Video)
British marrieds (Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen) embark on an American road trip, leading to “a cat-and-mouse psychological chess game between husband and wife.”
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