Fall 2023 TV Release Guide: 20 Shows Worth Binge-Watching

Fall 2023 TV Release Guide: 20 Shows Worth Binge-Watching
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You must be excited about this fall releases.

Even though most of the industry is currently on hold due to the WGA-SAG-AFTRA strike, viewers are in for a very exciting fall season.

Here are 20 binge-worthy shows coming out over the next three months — be sure to add some to your watchlist!

20. The Changeling

Release date: September 8

Available on: Apple TV+

Set in an alternate New York City, the story revolves around a young committed father who embarks on a fantastical journey after his spouse commits a horrific act.

19. The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon

Release date: September 10

Available on: AMC, AMC+

Fans will be reunited with one of the franchise's most beloved characters, Daryl Dyxon (Norman Reedus), who mysteriously finds himself on the shores of post-apocalyptic France.

18. The Other Black Girl

Release date: September 13

Available on: Hulu

The mystery show follows the only Black female employee at a prestigious publishing house, whose life takes an unexpected turn as she uncovers her company's terrible secrets.

17. The Morning Show (Season 3)

Release date: September 13

Available on: Apple TV+

After a two-year hiatus, The Morning Show is back with Season 3, continuing to explore the behind the scenes of the television industry. As always, the main stars are Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.

15. The Gold

Release date: September 17

Available on: Paramount+

The new British crime drama will tell the story of the infamous Brink's Mat robbery, a multimillion-dollar heist carried out at a warehouse near Heathrow Airport in 1983.

14. Sex Education (Season 4)

Release date: September 21

Available on: Netflix

The hit show will continue to follow the characters' stories, their adjustment to college, and Maeve's getting used to her new life in America.

13. The Continental: From The World Of John Wick

Release date: September 22

Available on: Peacock

Fans of the Keanu Reeves assassin franchise are treated to the spin-off show, set in the 1970s and starring Colin Woodell and Mel Gibson.

12. The Irrational

Release date: September 25

Available on: NBC, Peacock

This broadcast procedural was lucky to finish filming before the strikes. The plot revolves around a behavioral science professor who helps to solve the most complicated cases.

11. Gen V

Release date: September 29

Available on: Prime Video

While fans are eagerly awaiting The Boys Season 4, Amazon is poised to unveil a new spin-off about aspiring superheroes in college.

10. Loki (Season 2)

Release date: October 6

Available on: Disney+

God of Mischief fans, are you ready? Loki will soon be back on our screens, going through time-traveling drama and facing Kang the Conqueror again.

9. Frasier

Release date: October 12

Available on: Paramount+

Kelsey Grammer returns to his iconic role as Dr. Frasier Crane in the revival series, following the psychotherapist's life in Boston.

8. The Fall Of The House Of Usher

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Release date: October 12

Available on: Netflix

Mike Flanagan is ready to release his new masterpiece, based on the famous Edgar Allan Poe short story. A perfect miniseries to get you hyped for Halloween!

7. Lessons in Chemistry

Release date: October 17

Available on: Apple TV+

This is the story of a talented scientist confronting the patriarchal realities of the mid-20th century. After being fired from her institute, she takes a job hosting a TV show educating women about science.

6. The Gilded Age (Season 2)

Release date: October 29

Available on: HBO, Max

HBO is ready to thrill us again with the sequel to The Gilded Age, a historical drama that explores the class relations of New York City residents in the 1880s.

5. All The Light We Cannot See

Release date: November 2

Available on: Netflix

The Netflix adaptation of Anthony Doerr's eponymous novel tells the story of a blind French girl and a German boy forced to join the Nazi regime during World War II.

4. Invincible (Season 2)

Release date: November 3

Available on: Prime Video

In Season 2 of the satirical superhero show, the title character will face an even more dangerous threat than his own father.

3. Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

Release date: November 17

Available on: Netflix

Developed by original comic book writer Bryan Lee O'Malley, the animated series will see the movie's cast return to voice the beloved characters.

2. Fargo (Season 5)

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Release date: November 21

Available on: FX, Hulu

Fans of the Coen brothers' work are sure to be excited as a new season of Fargo comes out this fall, with the stories set in Minnesota and North Dakota.

1. Echo

Release date: November 30

Available on: Disney+

After Loki, MCU fans can look forward to another show, Echo — a Hawkeye spin-off about deaf martial artist Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox).