Fall is often the time of the year when major television and cable networks start premiering their most popular shows. With the changing landscape of the television world, due to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video, it is very unlikely that the phrase “I have nothing to watch” can certainly be true. Here are the TV shows you should look out for this season:
20th Century Fox
American Horror Story
The eighth installment of the American Horror Story anthology series is one of the most highly anticipated premieres for this season. This season brings a Murderhouse-Coven crossover. Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott, Taissa Farmiga, and Emma Roberts are just a few of the actors that will be returning to live out the end of the world. Apocalypse premieres on FX at September 12 11/10c.
The Good Place
If you haven’t seen The Good Place at all, it Is hard to describe the show without giving spoilers. A sitcom based on moral philosophy, The Good Place follows a group of people in the afterlife. The morality score they have earned on the day they died determines whether or not they end up in “The Good Place” or “The Bad Place”. Season 3 of The Good Place premieres on September 27 on NBC at 8/7c.
Warner Bros. Television
God Friended Me
In this brand new CBS show, a forthright atheist receives a friend request on social media from God, becoming an “agent of change” in the world. This is a particularly special show because on September 11 at 6 PM, the National Society of Leadership and Success is holding a private screening for Xavier students in the UC Ballroom. Refreshments will be served.
Sony Pictures Television
Netflix’s Atypical follows 18 year old Sam and his overbearing mother. We follow Sam as he starts to navigate the world of romance and how his autism shapes his coming of age. Season 2 of Atypical comes out on Netflix on September 7.
The Marvelous Ms. Maisel
Amy Sherman-Palladino’s The Marvelous Ms. Maisel’s first season was nominated for five Emmy’s in its first season and greenlighted for a third before the second season aired. This Amazon comedy follows 1950s housewife Midge Maisel as her perfect life spirals out of control finding independence through the dysfunction. The second season of Ms. Maisel is “coming soon” to Prime Video.