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SHOWS ON THE RISE: New Premieres Dominate October Offerings

"Living with Yourself" is the latest must-binge series! Netflix

Fall television is the gift that keeps on giving! Brand-new series take over the top 3 this week with Netflix dramedy, Living with Yourself, earning top placement. The Paul Rudd-led series receives the No. 1 position with a rise ratio of 100% while Amazon Prime Video’s rom-com, Modern Love (No. 2), and HBO’s much-anticipated action series, Watchmen (No. 3), trail behind with 99.9%.

Meanwhile, returning shows gain traction as several series climb their way back onto our report. Netflix foreign-language series, Baby and The House of Flowers, arrive with sophomore seasons -- coming in at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively. The comeback seasons continue to make an impact as sci-fi series, Impulse, enters at No. 6, and the return of The Purge (No. 7) and Charmed (No. 10) find placement following their Season 2 debuts. Additionally, longtime fan-favorite, Arrow (No. 9), re-enters the top 10 after the premiere of its eighth and final season. 

With new episodes of Castle Rock, BoJack Horseman, and Silicon Valley on the way, what will enter next week’s top 10? Find out on October 28th!

DID YOU KNOW? Arrow is the seventh most-tracked series in TV Time, and the No. 2 most-tracked CW series! Teen drama, Riverdale, precedes the superhero series on both lists coming in at No. 1 for The CW and sixth overall.

*Methodology: Every week, millions of viewers around the world use TV Time to track their favorite series. “Shows on the Rise” is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program.

Note: The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).

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