Fall 2019 TV Preview: Your Full Guide to Every Big Premiere

Every year, the onslaught of new television series and returning shows is enough to make anyone’s eyes cross. Did you know that there will be 56,874 new shows premiering in September alone? That’s a lie, but damn if it doesn’t feel like that sometimes. Even still, there’s about to be a lot more television at your disposal with summer coming to an end and the kids heading back to school. You need something to fill that dragon-sized hole in your heart where Game of Thrones once lived.

In the preview of this year’s biggest and most anticipated television releases, you can find big name Disney+ and AppleTV+ shows. You can also find some old reliables that will be hitting network television. But outside the newcomers, don’t forget the big name series that already exist out there. It’s Always Sunny, The Good Place, and Riverdale are just around the corner. And that’s just across a couple weeks in September (that isn’ta lie). Want the whole rundown?

Scroll on for your complete guide to TV premieres for Fall 2019.


September 1

Carnival Row (Amazon)

September 3

Mayans M.C. (FX)

September 4

Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Hulu)

September 9

The Deuce (HBO)

HBO’s flashy series starring Maggie Gyllenhaal about the early porn industry in New York Cit will come to an end after its third season.

September 12

Mr. Inbetween (FX)

September 13

Room 104 (HBO)

The Ranch (Netflix)

Unbelievable (Netflix)

Based on a piece published by ProPublica, Unbelievable will star Merit Weaver and Toni Collette as they follow a serial rapist amid multiple reports from women whose stories are questioned.

Undone (Amazon)

September 15

Ken Burns’ Country Music (PBS)

September 16

Dancing with the Stars (ABC)

September 18

American Horror Story: 1984 (FX)

September 20

Between Two Ferns: The Movie (Netflix)

Disenchantment (Netflix)

September 22

71st Emmy Awards (Fox)

September 23

9-1-1 (Fox)

All Rise (CBS)

Bluff City Law (NBC)

Bull (CBS)

Bob (Hearts) Abishola (CBS)

The Good Doctor (ABC)

The Neighborhood (CBS)

Prodigal Son (Fox)

The Voice (NBC)

September 24

Black-ish (ABC)

Bless This Mess (ABC)

The Conners (ABC)

Emergence (ABC)

Is TV season even back if there’s not a new sci-fi/crime drama that features a potential other worldly mystery? Emergence does have the insane talents of Allison Tolman (Fargo) on its side, so that’s a big plus.

Empire (Fox)


Mixed-ish (ABC)


NCIS: New Orleans (CBS)

New Amsterdam (NBC)

The Resident (Fox)

This Is Us (NBC)

No, you’re crying.

September 25

Chicago Fire (NBC)

Chicago Med (NBC)

Chicago P.D. (NBC)

The Goldbergs (ABC)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX)

The Masked Singer (Fox)

Modern Family (ABC)

Schooled (ABC)

Single Parents (ABC)

Stumptown (ABC)

South Park (Comedy Central)

Survivor (CBS)

September 26

Carol’s Second Act (CBS)

Evil (CBS)

The Good Place (NBC)

They’ve been to hell and back and also back to hell and the medium place. There was also a weird stop in a post office? Anyway, The Good Place promises a major final season, and we’re forking psyched for it.

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)

How to Get Away with Murder (ABC)

Law & Order: SVU (NBC)

A Million Little Things (ABC)

Mom (CBS)

Sunnyside (NBC)

Superstore (NBC)

Young Sheldon (CBS)

Perfect Harmony (NBC)

The Unicorn (CBS)

September 27

American Housewife (ABC)

Blue Bloods (CBS)

Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)

Fresh Off the Boat (ABC)

Magnum P.I. (CBS)

The Politician (Netflix)

Ryan Murphy is back to his full-campy ways in The Politician, starring Ben Platt.

September 28

Saturday Night Live (NBC)

September 29

America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC)

Bless the Harts (Fox)

Bob’s Burgers (Fox)

Family Guy (Fox)

God Friended Me (CBS)

Godfather of Harlem (Epix)

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

Poldark (PBS)

The Rookie (ABC)

Shark Tank (ABC)

The Simpsons (Fox)


October 2

Almost Family (Fox)


S.W.A.T. (CBS)

October 4

The Blacklist (NBC)

Big Mouth (Netflix)

Coming of age has never been as funny or relatable as it comes across in Big Mouth. The third season is slated for an October release, and if you like it, good news—it’s already been picked up for seasons four, five, and six.

Goliath (Amazon)

October 6

Back to Life (Showtime)

Batwoman (The CW)

Kids Say the Darndest Things (ABC)

Madam Secretary (CBS)

Supergirl (The CW)

October 7

All American (The CW)

October 8

The Flash (The CW)

October 9

Nancy Drew (The CW)

Riverdale (The CW)

October 10

Legacies (The CW)

Supernatural (The CW)

October 11

Charmed (The CW)

Dynasty (The CW)

October 14

Letterkenny (Hulu)

October 15

Arrow (The CW)

October 18

Looking for Alaska (Hulu)

Modern Love (Amazon)

October 20

Watchmen (HBO)

Is Regina King here to kick your ass or save the day? We’ll save you the thinking: it’s both. Damon Lindelof’s HBO superhero show is one of the most anticipated TV debuts of the year.

October 21

Black Lightning (The CW)

Catherine the Great (HBO)

October 23

Castle Rock (Hulu)

October 27

Silicon Valley (HBO)


November 3

Kidding (Showtime)

Shameless (Showtime)

November 12

The Mandalorian (Disney+)

Anchoring the launch of a huge new streaming service, the Star Wars offshoot will take the giant franchise into the age of streaming television.

The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Disney+)

November 15

Dollface (Hulu)

The Man in the High Castle (Amazon)

November 17

The Crown (Netflix)

Ray Donovan (Showtime)


December 6

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)

December 13

The Expanse (Amazon)

Marvel’s Runaways (Hulu)