22 new shows premiering this fall

With fall comes a slew of new TV shows, and this year is no different.

From comedies to dramas and everything in between, streaming services and networks will be rolling out their latest offerings over the next few weeks. But when is everything airing?

We have you covered: “Good Morning America” has compiled some of this season’s most talked-about new shows, plus their premiere dates, below.

Sept. 9

“A Very Brady Renovation,” HGTV

Follow along as the home from “The Brady Bunch” gets a makeover with the help of former cast members.

Sept. 16

“A Little Late With Lilly Singh,” NBC

Carson Daly’s late late show ended in May after 17 years, making room for comedian Lilly Singh.

Sept. 23

“Bob Hearts Abishola,” CBS

Chuck Lorre’s latest comedy focuses on a 50-year-old man who falls for his nurse after suffering a heart attack.

Sept. 20

“Criminal,” Netflix

Twelve crime stories are played out in one series.

Sept. 23

“Prodigal Son,” Fox

The son of a serial killer works with law enforcement to try to catch a copycat murderer.

Sept. 24

“mixed-ish,” ABC

“Black-ish” fans will want to tune in to this prequel about Tracee Ellis Ross’ character.

“Emergence,” ABC

When a police chief finds a child near the scene of a mysterious accident, she finds herself looking more deeply into a conspiracy surrounding a little girl.

Sept. 25

“Stumptown,” ABC

Cobie Smulders stars in this series about an army vet turned P.I. with a messy personal life.

Sept. 26

“Carol’s Second Act,” CBS

Fans of Patricia Heaton will want to tune in to her new sitcom, “Carol’s Second Act,” in which the actress plays a teacher-turned-doctor.

“Sunnyside,” NBC

Kal Penn plays a former New York City councilman who helps immigrants get citizenship.

“The Unicorn,” CBS

A widower and father of two girls tries to move on with the help of his friends.

Sept. 27

“The Politician,” Netflix

Ben Platt stars as a high school student (and presidential hopeful) in Ryan Murphy’s edgy new series. Also in the show? Gwyneth Paltrow.

Sept. 29

“Godfather of Harlem,” EPIX

Based on a true story, Forest Whitaker stars as Bumpy Johnson, a crime boss who gets out of prison only to discover that his neighborhood is being run by the Italian mafia.

Oct. 2

“Almost Family,” Fox

A fertility doctor’s daughter (Brittany Snow), discovers that she may have countless half-siblings after a report surfaces that her dad used his own sperm to impregnate women.

Oct. 6

“Kids Say the Darnedest Things,” ABC

Tiffany Haddish stars in this iteration of the feel-good show.

“Batwoman,” CW

The DC superhero heads to the small screen.

Oct. 9

“Nancy Drew,” CW

Fans of the mystery series will want to tune in to this new series, focusing on the books’ heroine, Nancy Drew, who finds herself a suspect in a high-profile case.

Oct. 18

“Modern Love,” Amazon

Based on the New York Times column of the same name, each episode represents a different love story.

“Looking for Alaska,” Hulu

Based the autobiographical book by author John Green about high school students, the series is the latest offering from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the team behind “Gossip Girl.”

Oct. 20

“Watchmen,” HBO

Damon Lindelof’s has adapted the graphic novel about vigilantes for HBO.


“The Morning Show,” Amazon

Jennifer Aniston stars as a morning show anchor whose partner, played by Steve Carell, is fired due to a sexual misconduct scandal. Meanwhile, an up-and-coming journalist, played by Reese Witherspoon, is threatening to take her job.

“Taken At Birth,” TLC

This three-part special explores the lives of the “Hicks Babies,” the 200 newborns illegally sold or given away by a Georgia-based doctor, Thomas J. Hicks, during the 1950s and ’60s.

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