It's almost the most wonderful time of the year: New fall television shows! Every year, as soon as the weather starts getting cooler and the days shorter, it means that we can look forward to a slew of brand new series hitting out screens. There's nothing more exciting than planning what you're going to watch and when, and this year there are plenty of amazing brand new shows that need to be on your radar.
These shows also aren't just limited to broadcast channels, as we've got new shows to look forward to from the likes of Netflix HBO, and even the brand new (and coming soon) Disney+, too. So that means some of these shows you'll be able to binge all at once, others will roll out once-a-week from now until the spring. If you're not sure where to even begin with the brand new shows for this year, we've rounded up the top 15 most anticipated shows from TV Time users. Happy watching!
15. Almost Family (FOX) - 10.2.19
Imagine finding out that your father has been impregnating women all over the city, and you’ve got a handful of new sisters? That’s the premise for Almost Family, which is sure to bring the family drama.
14. Emergence (ABC) - 9.24.19
After a mysterious accident, a police chief finds an abandoned young girl with no memory and takes her in. However, strange unexplained forces soon enter the town, all seemingly tied to this child.
13. Evil (CBS) - 9.26.19
A skeptical psychologist starts working alongside a priest as they begin to investigate supernatural incidents
12. Looking for Alaska (Hulu) - 10.18.19
Based on the beloved John Green story, this coming of age story shows us the ups and downs of of teenage love.
11. Unbelievable (Netflix) - 9.13.19
A teenager is charged with lying about being raped, and two female detectives must follow the evidence to arrive at the truth
10. Prodigal Son (FOX) - 9.23.19
The series centers on a young criminal profiler, whose father is an infamous serial killer known as "The Surgeon.”
9. The Politician (Netflix) - 9.27.19
If you thought real-world politics were bad, just wait until you see Ryan Murphy's version of high school politics.
8. Stumptown (ABC) - 9.25.19
Based on the graphic novel of the same name, Stumptown has star Cobie Smulders putting her badass skills to use.
7. The Mandalorian (Disney+) - 11.12.19
Pedro Pascal plays the titular bounty hunter in Disney+’s first Star Wars series.
6. Nancy Drew (The CW) - 10.9.19
Our favorite teenage sleuth is making her way to the small screen and trying to solve a murder in her hometown.
5. Katy Keene (The CW) - TBA
We’ve got another Riverdale spin-off, but this one takes us to New York City with Katy Keene and Josie McCoy as they try to make their dreams come true.
4. His Dark Materials (BBC) -TBA
After young orphan Lyra discovers a dangerous secret and a slew of kidnappings, she traces it all back to a mysterious substance called Dust.
3. Watchmen (HBO) - TBA
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Watchmen come to life on the screen, and this new series actually takes place 34 years after the original graphic novel ends.
2. Batwoman (The CW) - 10.6.19
Another Arrowverse series is coming our way, this time focused on Bruce Wayne’s cousin Kate Kane as she puts on a familiar-looking mask and cape.
1. The Witcher (Netflix) - TBA
Henry Cavill stars in the series as Geralt a monster hunter, who struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts