It’s never easy saying goodbye to summer, but thankfully fall brings us lots of joy, like great new television shows! The greatest thing about Fall TV is there’s a show for everyone, whether you’re into musicals, drama, or comedy, you’ve got your pick! To save you some time scrolling through your TV guide, check out this list of new shows that everyone will be talking about this September.
If you are like our Wendy Williams who loves crime shows, then Netflix’s new series, “Unbelievable” is perfect for you. Inspired by true events, Emmy winners Toni Collette and Merritt Wever are the stars of the show, playing two detectives after a young woman is accused of lying about a rape. The suspense drama premieres on September 13.
The chilling franchise, “American Horror Story” is coming back this fall better than ever! Creator, Ryan Murphy does a fantastic job with cringe worthy themes and plot twist storylines! The returning horror theme this year is slasher films of the 1980s, like the “Friday the 13th” movies. The new season premieres September 18 on FX.
Ryan Murphy has done it again with Netflix’s new series, “The Politician.” The series features Ben Plat, Gwyneth Paltrow, Zoey Deutch, and Jessica Lange among many others. You can binge “The Politician,” starting September 27 on Netflix.
A new sitcom is coming to NBC this fall and it brings comedic relief on political issues. “Sunnyside” produced by “The Good Place” creator Mike Schur, revolves around a disgraced former NYC councilman named Garrett Modi (Kal Penn), who decides to use his skills to help immigrants in search of the American Dream find their way. “Sunnyside” premieres September 26.
Black-ish has a new spin-off coming to ABC on September 24. Young Rainbow recounts her experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the ’80s and the dilemmas they faced over whether to assimilate or stay true to themselves when her parents move from a hippie commune to the suburbs.
Friend to the show Jason Biggs is coming to the small screen this fall! Jason Biggs and Maggie Lawson star as a blue-collar couple from southern New Jersey trying to raise their four kids, three of whom are certified geniuses.
Looking for a more romance focused drama series? If so, ABC’s new show, “The Baker and the Beauty,” is just for you. Based on the Israeli series created by Assi Azar, this new drama tells the story of the unlikely romance between a blue-collar baker (Victor Rasuk) and an international superstar (Nathalie Kelley.) Fall in love with this rom com in September.