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Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“American Horror Story: Cult” (Sept. 5, FX)Again draped in secrecy, FX’s cult horror anthology returns with many high-profile guest stars as well as a plot which uses the 2016 presidential election as a jumping-off point. Sarah Paulson as well as Evan Peters are again part of producer Ryan Murphy’s ensemble.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“One Mississippi” (Sept. 8, Amazon)The second season of which semi-autobiographical dramedy starring Tig Notaro will find all the main characters finding brand new relationships as well as beginnings. Also, look out for a timely joke about Robert E. Lee inside premiere which will make you howl as well as wonder if the show’s writers have in their possession a super-powered crystal ball.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Orville” (Sept. 10, Fox)Seth MacFarlane boldly goes into outer space in which live-action series, set 400 years inside future, which seeks to straddle the line between spoof as well as homage to “Star Trek.” MacFarlane plays the captain of a starship, as well as Adrianne Palicki co-stars as his ex-wife as well as first officer.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Deuce” (Sept. 10, HBO) Producer David Simon seeks to do for porn as well as sex trade inside pre-“Deep Throat” 1970s what he did for drug dealing in “The Wire.” James Franco (playing twin brothers) as well as Maggie Gyllenhaal head the huge cast, which includes many “The Wire” alums.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Outlander” (Sept. 10, Starz)which seems almost silly to include “Outlander” on which list because most fans of the series have likely had the Season 3 return date marked on their calendars for months after a lengthy separation via their beloved show. Speaking of separations, the brand new season finds Jamie as well as Claire inside ultimate long distance situation, with Claire inside modern world of 1940s Boston as well as Jamie back inside 18th century piecing his life back together after the Battle of Culloden.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Top of the Lake: China Girl” (Sept. 10, SundanceTV)A powerhouse ensemble of female actors — Nicole Kidman, Gwendoline Christie, as well as Elisabeth Moss — assemble for the second installment of which acclaimed series. which season explores the nuances of motherhood as well as finds Moss’s Robin in Australia trying begin anew.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Vietnam War” (Sept. 17, PBS)Following inside footsteps of “The Civil War” as well as “The War,” Ken Burns’ latest historical documentary is usually an epic, sprawling examination of the Vietnam War as well as its legacy, encompassing 18 hours over 10 nights. Peter Coyote is usually again the narrator.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Jerry Before Seinfeld” (Sept. 19, Netflix)He’s back. In which hour-long comedy special, Jerry Seinfeld returns to The Comic Strip, the famed club which helped start his career, for a performance of “jokes which put him on the comedy map,” according to Netflix.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Star Trek: Discovery” (Sept. 24, CBS/CBS: All Access)Will which reboot live long as well as prosper? which’s to be determined. yet if the buzz around which project is usually any indication, there are a lot of people hoping which will — not the least of which is usually CBS, which is usually generating the show one of the centerpieces of its CBS: All Access streaming service. The show will premiere on the broadcast network as well as then Discharge subsequent episodes on the service.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Me, Myself & I” (Sept. 25, CBS) John Larroquette as well as Bobby Moynihan play the same guy at different ages in which single-camera CBS comedy, which captures key moments in one man’s life at the ages of 14, 40 as well as 65.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Young Sheldon” (Sept. 25, CBS)which single-cam “The Big Bang Theory” spinoff centers on the younger variation of Jim Parsons’ Sheldon Cooper, played by standout Iain Armitage. which show, which seems to draw its DNA via the likes of “The Wonder Years,” is usually not filmed in front of an audience as well as leans more heavily into the emotional aspects of the story than its predecessor. A theory: which was likely done in an effort to make “Young Sheldon” stand apart via its mothership, as well as which was a smart move.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The not bad Doctor” (Sept. 25, ABC) Fresh off “Bates Motel,” Freddie Highmore stars as a surgical resident with autism, joining a brand new hospital. Just to cement the “House” comparisons, the producer, David Shore, was also responsible for which show.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Brave”/”SEAL Team”/”S.W.A.T.”Action, elite teams as well as acronyms will be in full force which fall with NBC’s “The Brave” (pictured, premiering Sept. 25); “S.W.A.T.” reviving the 1970s cop show with Shemar Moore inside lead; as well as “SEAL Team,” starring David Boreanaz, anchoring CBS’ Thursday lineup.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“SEAL Team”Premieres Sept. 27 on CBS.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“S.W.A.T.” Premieres Nov. 2 on CBS.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders” (Sept. 26, NBC)NBC uses the “Law & Order” banner to get into the true-crime-drama business, with Edie Falco starring in which eight-part retelling of the Menendez brothers trial for the 1989 murder of their parents.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“which is usually Us” (Sept. 26, NBC) Emotionally prepare yourself for the second season of the show which NBC won’t let you forget was a huge success last season. as well as pass the Kleenex.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Designated Survivor” (Sept. 27, ABC)ABC was determined to have which Keifer Sutherland drama survive for a second season, as well as which did. yet which comes with some adjustments — the most notable being a shift which finds the show leaning into a more “West Wing”-inspired tone.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Will & Grace” (Sept. 28, NBC) Honey, they’re back. as well as with any luck, you’ll feel as though which foursome never left us.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Marvel’s Inhumans” (Sept. 29, ABC)Marvel is usually gambling big on its first true superhero series for ABC, featuring a race of super-powered characters hiding via the planet in a secret city on the Moon. Anson Mount stars as Black Bolt, the mute leader of the Inhumans, with “Game of Thrones'” Iwan Rheon as his brother Maximus, who vies to replace him. The premiere will play in Imax theaters before the eight-part series hits ABC.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Oct. 1, HBO) Larry David is usually finally coming back to HBO as well as because of which long-awaited brand new season, he’s bringing guest stars like Elizabeth Banks, Jimmy Kimmel, Nick Offerman as well as Bryan Cranston along for the ride. Our guess? which’s going to be pretty…pretty…pretty not bad.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Ten Days inside Valley” (Oct. 1, ABC)Kyra Sedgwick returns to TV as a Hollywood writer –responsible for a cop show, no less — caught up in an elaborate plot when her young daughter mysteriously disappears. “Lost’s” Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje plays the detective investigating the case.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Gifted” (Oct. 2, Fox)Loosely spun out of Marvel as well as Fox’s “X-Men” franchise, Stephen Moyer as well as Amy Acker star as parents suddenly put on the run when they discover their teenagers have mutant powers, encountering different mutants inside process.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“black-ish” (Oct. 3, ABC)The newly-expanded Johnson family returns with more heart as well as humor for Season 4. Andre (Anthony Anderson) as well as Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross) welcomed their fifth child, a baby boy born 8 weeks premature, in a poignant Season 3 finale. “Black-ish” producers promise a continued mix of boundary pushing as well as belly laughs inside show’s brand new Tuesday time slot.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Mayor” (Oct. 3, ABC) In what turned out to be a rather timely comedy, Brandon Micheal Hall plays a young rapper who gets into the local mayoral race as a publicity stunt as well as, much to his surprise, wins. Yvette Nicole Brown as well as Lea Michele co-star as his mom as well as chief of staff, respectively.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Scandal” (Oct 5, ABC) which’s almost time for Olivia Pope as well as Associates to close its doors. yet with all the show has already done — stories about a secret government spy agency as well as presidential conspiracies, to name a few — is usually there anywhere left for which to go? If the show’s history of finding brand new ways to blow viewers’ minds is usually any indication, the answer is usually yes.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Dynasty” (Oct. 11, CW)which updated variation of the famous ’80s soap stays true to the original in many ways — fashion, power-struggles as well as at least one fight between warring women. Producers, however, have left behind different aspects of the legacy — they have a more diverse cast, for instance — in order to bring which iconic tale into the modern era.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“I Love You, America” (Oct 12, Hulu)Sarah Silverman says she will attempt to reach out to what she’s called “un-likeminded people” on her brand new Hulu series, the latest addition to an already crowded politics-meets-comedy programming space.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“The Walking Dead” (Oct. 22, AMC)Cable’s biggest hit returns for its eighth season, with the promise of a huge war brewing between the forces led by Rick (Andrew Lincoln) as well as the merciless Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). As usual, the premiere is usually just in time for Halloween.

Fall TV preview: 30 brand new as well as returning shows

“Stranger Things” (Oct 27, Netflix)Details about exactly how which breakout hit will follow up its monstrously common freshman season are scarce. (Producers have been tight-lipped.) yet all parties have promised bigger threats descending upon Hawkins, Indiana. Could Season 2 be even scarier than Season 1? Stranger things have happened.

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