New TV shows fall

Table of Contents

Fall TV premiere dates 2019: When every new and returning show debuts

There are some days we look forward to every year: the start of summer, Christmas, your birthday. And our personal favorite: the return of fall TV.

The TV landscape has changed immeasurably in recent years, and we have premieres to look forward to throughout the year thanks to midseason shows, streaming, and more. But that doesn’t mean fall television isn’t still an event — it feels as much a part of the turning of the seasons as the leaves changing or the return of football.

From the Big Five networks to premium cable to streaming, here’s a handy guide to the premiere dates for all of the biggest shows. Mark your calendar now for these series and season premieres. (This post will be updated as more dates are announced.)

Image zoom Diyah Pera/The CW; Michael Becker/FOX; Ron Batzdorff/NBC; Mitch Haaseth/ABC; Sonja Flemming/CBS

Sept. 3
Season premiere: Mayans M.C. (FX), 10 p.m.

Sept. 9
Series premiere: The Kelly Clarkson Show (NBC), check local listings

Sept. 10
Season premiere: Mr. Mercedes (AT&T Audience Network), 10 p.m.

Sept. 12
Season premiere: Mr. Inbetween (FX), 10 p.m.

Sept. 13
Series premiere: Red Bull Peaking (The CW), 9 p.m.

Sept. 16
Season premiere: Dancing with the Stars (ABC), 8 p.m.

Sept. 17
Series premiere: The Last Kids on Earth (Netflix), streaming

Sept. 18
Season premiere: American Horror Story: 1984 (FX), 10 p.m.
Season premiere: NXT (USA), 8:00 p.m.

Sept. 19
BET+ launches
Series premiere: First Wives Club (BET+), streaming
Series premiere: Bigger (BET+), streaming

Sept. 20
Season premiere: Disenchantment (Netflix), streaming
Series premiere: The Family Man (Amazon), streaming
Series premiere: Criminal (Netflix), streaming
Series premiere: Decoding Bill Gates (Netflix), streaming

Sept. 22
71st Emmy Awards (Fox), 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT

Sept. 28
Season premiere: 48 Hours (CBS), 10 p.m.
Season premiere: Saturday Night Live (NBC), 11:30 p.m. ET, 8:30 p.m. PT

Oct. 1
Season premiere: Sorry for Your Loss (Facebook Watch), 3 p.m.

Oct. 7
Season premiere: All American (The CW), 8 p.m.
Season premiere: Black Lightning (The CW), 9 p.m.

Oct. 8
Season premiere: The Flash (The CW), 8 p.m.

Oct. 9
Season premiere: Riverdale (The CW), 8 p.m.
Series premiere: Nancy Drew (The CW), 9 p.m.

Oct. 13
Season premiere: Inside the Actors Studio (Ovation), 10 p.m.

Oct. 14
Season premiere: Letterkenny (Hulu), streaming

Oct. 15
Season premiere: Arrow (The CW), 9 p.m.
Season premiere: The Purge (USA), 9 p.m.
Series premiere: Treadstone (USA), 10 p.m.

Oct. 16
Series premiere: Limetown (Facebook Watch), 3 p.m.

Oct. 18
Series premiere: Looking for Alaska (Hulu), streaming
Series premiere: Modern Love (Amazon), streaming
Series premiere: Living With Yourself (Netflix), streaming
Season premiere: La Casa De Les Flores (Netflix), streaming

Oct. 20
Season premiere: Watchmen (HBO), 9 p.m.

Oct. 21
Series premiere: Catherine the Great (HBO), 10 p.m.

Oct. 22
Series premiere: The Misery Index (TBS), 10 p.m.

Oct. 23
Season premiere: Castle Rock (Hulu), streaming

Oct. 24
Series premiere: Daybreak (Netflix), streaming

Oct. 25
Season premiere: The Kominsky Method (Netflix), streaming

Oct. 27
Season premiere: Silicon Valley (HBO), 10 p.m.
Series premiere: Mrs. Fletcher (HBO), 10:30 p.m.

Related content:

  • Why this TV season will be the best in human history
  • The 8 must-watch new TV shows this fall
  • Ranking all the Fall TV trailers, from best to worst

2020 TV premiere dates: When your favorite show returns, and your next one starts


Are you ready for winter TV?

Let’s be honest: the television calendar isn’t what it used to be. Gone are the days when you could just wait until the fall for your favorite shows to return. But with old and just-launched streaming services and shortened seasons for shows, you need to keep a constant eye on premiere dates.

So what’s coming up next? The major networks are bringing back favorites at the beginning of 2020 like “Manifest,” “Undercover Boss” and “Homeland.” New shows are also getting a boost from well-known TV stars including Edie Falco, Fran Drescher and Steven Weber.

Check out our calendar below to make sure you don’t miss the return of your favorite series or the start of a new show you’ll fall in love with (all times EST/PST)

Jan. 1

“Flirty Dancing” (Fox, Wednesdays at 8, after a Dec. 29 preview): Actress and dancer Jenna Dewan teaches strangers a dance routine that they perform for the first time together on a blind date.

“Doctor Who” (BBC America, Jan. 1 preview; then Sundays at 8): Jodie Whittaker returns for a second season as the time-traveling Doctor.

“Messiah” (Netflix): A CIA officer (Michelle Monaghan) examines whether a notorious man is divine entity … or a con artist.

Jan. 2

“Last Man Standing” (Fox, Thursdays at 8)

“Deputy” (Fox, Thursdays at 9): Bill Hollister (Stephen Dorff, “True Detective”) becomes the unlikely Los Angeles County Sheriff after the death of his predecessor.

Jan. 5

“Power” (Starz, Sundays at 8): The final batch of episodes in the cable network’s most popular series, before a spinoff planned for summer.

Jan. 6

“The Bachelor” (ABC, Mondays at 8): Airline pilot Peter Weber (“The Bachelorette”) is the next bachelor trying to find love.

“America’s Got Talent: The Champions” (NBC, Mondays at 8)

“Manifest” (NBC, Mondays at 10)

Jan. 7

“Ellen’s Game of Games” (NBC, Tuesdays at 8)

“Gordon Ramsey’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” (Fox, Tuesdays at 9)

“FBI: Most Wanted” (CBS, Tuesdays at 10): This “FBI” spinoff from producer Dick Wolf follows the Fugitive Task Force, who track and capture criminals on the Most Wanted list. Julian McMahon stars.

Jan. 8

“Undercover Boss” (CBS, Wednesdays at 8)

“Criminal Minds” (CBS, Wednesdays at 9): The 15th and final season of this series about a team of FBI profilers.

Jan. 10

“Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector” (NBC, Fridays at 8): Based on the novel “The Bone Collector,” Russell Hornsby is Lincoln Rhyme, an expert forensics scientist who is asked to help the NYPD find a killer. Michael Imperioli (“The Sopranos”) and Arielle Kebbel (“Midnight, Texas”) also star in the series.

Jan. 12

“The Outsider” (HBO, Sundays at 9): A new drama based on a Stephen King story follows an investigation into the murder of an 11-year-old boy, and stars Ben Mendelsohn, Jason Bateman and Cynthia Erivo.

“Sanditon” (PBS, Sundays at 9): Jane Austen’s unfinished novel comes to life in an eight-hour miniseries starring Rose Williams and Theo James.

Jan. 13

Jan. 17

“Sex Education” (Netflix): Season 2 of the British comedy series.

Jan. 19

Jan. 21

“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” (CW, Tuesdays at 9)

Jan. 22

“Awkwafina is Nora From Queens” (Comedy Central, Wednesdays at 10:30): Awkwafina (“Crazy Rich Asians”) stars as a woman trying to navigate young adulthood while living with her family.

Jan. 23

“Station 19” (Thursdays at 8)

“Grey’s Anatomy” (Thursdays at 9)

“A Million Little Things” (Thursdays at 10)

“Star Trek: Picard” (CBS All Access): Patrick Stewart stars in this latest “Trek” spinoff.

Jan. 24

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (Netflix): Part 3

Jan. 28

“Miracle Workers: Dark Ages” (TBS, Tuesdays at 10:30): Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi return in a new, medieval story about “friendship, family and trying to be murdered.”

“The Biggest Loser” (USA, Tuesdays at 9): The venerable reality competition weight-loss series, which last aired on NBC in 2016, returns on cable, with trainer Bob Harper as host.

Jan. 31

“BoJack Horseman” (Netflix): The final batch of episodes in this acclaimed animated series about a washed-up actor (Will Arnett) who happens to be a talking horse

Feb. 2

“The Masked Singer” (Fox, Feb. 2 preview after the Super Bowl, then Wednesdays at 8)

“LEGO Masters” (Fox, Wednesdays at 9): Will Arnett hosts this competition series featuring enthusiasts taking on LEGO-building challenges.

Feb. 6

“Katy Keene” (CW, Thursdays at 8): A “Riverdale” spinoff that follows four 20-somethings starting their lives in New York City.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC, Thursdays at 8:30): The seventh season of the cop comedy starring Andy Samberg, which has already been renewed by NBC for an eighth.

“Tommy” (CBS, Thursdays at 10): Edie Falco stars in this new drama about a former LAPD officer who becomes the first woman to be named the city’s chief of police.

Feb. 7

“MacGyver” (CBS, Fridays at 8)

“Hawaii Five-0” (CBS, Fridays at 9)

“High Maintenance” (HBO, Fridays at 11)

Feb. 9

“Homeland” (Showtime, Sundays at 9): The eighth and final season of the drama starring Claire Danes as a CIA officer dealing with bipolar disorder.

“Kidding” (Showtime, Sundays at 10): Jim Carrey returns for a second season as the host of a children’s television show who is dealing with his son’s death.

Feb. 11

“For Life” (ABC, Tuesdays at 10): Aaron Wallace (Nicholas Pinnock, “Counterpart”) is a prisoner who becomes a lawyer to help inmates with their cases while trying to overturn his own.

Feb. 12

“Survivor” (CBS, Wednesdays at 8)

Feb. 14

“High Fidelity” (Hulu): Adapted from the Nick Hornby novel, Zoe Kravitz takes on John Cusack’s role from the 2000 film as a quirky record-store owner.

Feb. 16

“American Idol” (ABC, Sundays at 8)

“Outlander” (Starz, Sundays at 8)

“Duncanville” (Fox, Sundays at 8:30): Amy Poehler lends her voice to both 15-year-old Duncan and his mother in this animated family comedy.

“Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” (NBC, Sundays at 9)

“Good Girls” (NBC, Sundays at 10)

Feb. 23

Feb. 24

“The Voice” (NBC, Mondays at 8)

March 1

“Dispatches From Elsewhere” (AMC, special preview 10; then Mondays at 10 starting March 2) An anthology series about four people brought together by chance who accept mysterious challenges. Jason Segel, Sally Field, Richard E. Grant and André Benjamin star in the project, created by Segel (“How I Met Your Mother,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”).

March 15

“Little Fires Everywhere” (Hulu): Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington and Joshua Jackson star in this adaptation of Celeste Ng’s 2017 novel set in an Ohio suburb.

March 16

“The Plot Against America” (HBO, Mondays at 9): A limited series based on the Philip Roth novel, an alternate history about a Jewish family in New Jersey who watches aviator Charles Lindbergh become a fascist president. The cast includes Winona Ryder, John Turturro and Zoe Kazan.

“Roswell, New Mexico” (CW, Mondays at 9)

April 2

“How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC, Thursdays at 10): The final episodes for the drama starring Viola Davis, which is ending after six seasons.

The broadcast networks picked up new series for the 2019-20 TV season. So what could become your new favorite show? Maybe the return of Cobie Smulders (“How I Met Your Mother”) to network TV in “Stumptown” playing a private investigator? Or maybe one of these other new series below. David Bukach, ABC “Bob Hearts Abishola” (CBS): A businessman from Detroit (Billy Gardell, “Mike and Molly”) unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse (Folake Olowofoyeku, “Transparent”), a Nigerian immigrant, after he suffers a heart attack. Sonja Flemming, CBS “Prodigal Son” (Fox): Tom Payne (“The Walking Dead”) plays a criminal psychologist who is good at his job by learning from his father, a notorious serial killer played by Michael Sheen (“Masters of Sex”). David Giesbrecht, Fox “All Rise” (CBS): The new drama follows the lives of judges, prosecutors and public defenders, including Wilson Bethel (“Daredevil”) and Simone Missick (“Luke Cage”). Michael Yarish, CBS “Emergence” (ABC): A police chief (Allison Tolman, “Good Girls”) discovers a young girl named Piper (Alexa Swinton, “Billions”) at the scene of an accident with no memory of what happened. But as the police investigate, they find a much larger conspiracy emerge from the case. Virginia Sherwood, ABC Studios “Perfect Harmony” (NBC): Bradley Whitford (“The West Wing”) is a former music professor who takes on a subpar group of church singers who could use his help in this new comedy. Justin Lubin, NBC “The Unicorn” (CBS): Walton Goggins (“Justified”) is Wade, a widowed father who is pushed by his friends to get back into the dating pool, where he discovers he’s a hot commodity. The series also stars Rob Corddry (“Ballers”), Michaela Watkins (“Trophy Wife”), Omar Benson Miller (“Ballers”) and Maya Lynne Robinson (“The Connors”). Michael Yarish, CBS “Carol’s Second Act” (CBS): Patricia Heaton (“The Middle,” “Everybody Loves Raymond”) is Carol Chambers, a mother and retired teacher who decides to finally pursue her dream of becoming a doctor. The series also stars Kyle MacLachlan (“Twin Peaks”). Sonja Flemming, CBS “Evil” (CBS): Mike Colter (“Luke Cage”) and Katja Herbers (“Westworld”) star as a believer and a skeptic who investigate the Church’s backlog of supposed miracles, demonic possessions and unexplained phenomena. Elizabeth Fisher, CBS “Bless the Harts” (Fox): This new animated comedy features a group who struggle with status and wealth in the South. The series includes the voice talents of Kristen Wiig (“Saturday Night Live”), Maya Rudolph (“Saturday Night Live”) and Ike Barinholtz (“The Mindy Project”). Fox “Batwoman” (CW): Ruby Rose reprises her role as Kate Kane (aka Batwoman), who first appeared in a “Arrow”/”Supergirl”/”The Flash” crossover event in 2018. CW also picked up “Katy Keene,” starring Lucy Hale (“Pretty Little Liars”) as an aspiring fashion designer, based on the Archie Comics character. Jack Rowand, The CW “Nancy Drew” (CW): Teenage sleuth Nancy Drew (Kennedy McMann) investigates the murder of a socialite, which is complicated by the fact that Nancy and her friends are the main suspects. Robert Falconer, CW “Broke” (CBS): Pauley Perrette (“NCIS”) returns to CBS, this time in a comedy about a husband and wife who move in with her estranged sister when he gets cut off from his trust fund. The series also stars Jaime Camil (“Jane the Virgin”) and Natasha Leggero (“Another Period”). Sonja Flemming, CBS “The Kenan Show” (NBC): Saturday Night Live’s Kenan Thompson plays a father who is trying to balance raising his two daughters with his job and “helpful” in-laws. The series also stars Dani Lockett (left) and Dannah Lockett (right). Ron Batzdorff, NBC “Tommy” (CBS, premieres Feb. 6): Edie Falco, center left, and Russell G. Gones, center right, star in this new drama about a former LAPD officer who becomes the first woman to be named the city’s chief of police. Cliff Lipson, CBS “Filthy Rich” (Fox): When her husband dies in a plane crash, Margaret Monreaux (Kim Cattrall, “Sex and the City”) has to deal with the fallout, including the discovery that her preacher husband had three illegitimate children. Alan Markfield, Fox “Outmatched” (Fox, premieres Jan. 23): “American Pie” star Jason Biggs (with Oakley Bull and Jack Stanton) is raising a family with his wife, played by Maggie Lawson (“Psych”). But they struggle dealing with three of their children who are geniuses. Michael Becker, Fox “Deputy” (Fox, premieres Jan. 2): Due to an arcane rule, Bill Hollister (Stephen Dorff, “True Detective”) becomes the unlikely Los Angeles County Sheriff after the death of his predecessor. Fox “neXt” (Fox): John Slattery (“Mad Men”) is a Silicon Valley pioneer who has created an artificial intelligence that could destroy the world. In order to stop it, he’ll have to enlist the help of a cybercrime team including Fernanda Andrade (“Here and Now”) and Jason Butler Harner (“Ozark”). Fox “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” (NBC, premieres Jan. 7): Jane Levy (“Suburgatory”) stars as Zoey Clarke, who starts to hear people’s thought as songs. NBC “Council of Dads” (NBC): When a father is diagnosed with cancer, he calls on friends to be his back-up fathers if he can’t be there for his kids. His team includes his surgeon Oliver (J. August Richards, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”), his oldest friend Anthony (Clive Standen, “Vikings”) and his AA sponsor Larry (Michael O’Neill, “Scandal”). Quantrell Colbert, NBC “Indebted” (NBC, premieres Feb. 6): Stew and Debbie (Steven Weber, “13 Reasons Why,” and Fran Drescher, “The Nanny”), who are in deep debt, are taken in by their son Dave (Adam Pally, “The Mindy Project”) and his wife Rebecca (Abby Elliott, “Saturday Night Live”). Trae Patton, NBC “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector” (NBC, Jan. 10): Based on the novel “The Bone Collector,” Russell Hornsby (left, “Fences”) is Lincoln Rhyme, an expert forensics scientist who is asked to help the NYPD find a killer. The series also stars Michael Imperioli (“The Sopranos”) and Arielle Kebbel (right, “Midnight, Texas”). Zach Dilgard, NBC “The Baker and the Beauty” (ABC): Daniel Garcia (Victor Rasuk, “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan”), who works in his family’s bakery, has his life dragged into the spotlight when he meets international star Noa Hamilton (Nathalie Kelley, “Dynasty”). Guy D’Alema, ABC “FBI: Most Wanted” (CBS, premieres Jan. 7): The drama follows an elite Fugitive Task Force tasked with tracking down notorious criminals. The series stars, from left, Kellan Lutz, Nathaniel Arcand, Roxy Sternberg, and Julian McMahon. Michael Parmelee, CBS “Almost Family” (Fox, canceled): Emily Osment (“Hannah Montana”), Megalyn Echikunwoke (“CSI: Miami”) and Brittany Snow (“Pitch Perfect”) try to form a bond when they discover they share the same father: a pioneering fertility doctor, in this Fox drama from producers Annie Weisman and Jason Katims (“Friday Night Lights,” “Parenthood”). Linda Kallerus, Fox “Bluff City Law” (NBC, canceled): Jimmy Smits (center, “How to Get Away With Murder,” “L.A. Law”) plays a father who tries to reconnect with his lawyer daughter (Caitlin McGee, “Grey’s Anatomy”). The series also stars Michael Luwoye (right, “The Gifted”). NBC “Sunnyside” (NBC, canceled): Kal Penn (center, “Designated Survivor”) is Garrett Modi, a disgraced New York City Councilman who hopes to find redemption by helping people try to become American citizens. Colleen Hayes, NBC

Interested in this topic? You may also want to view these photo galleries:

Not to rush your summer along, ladies and gentlemen who consume TV, but it is time for TVLine’s famously handy calendar (and it is an actual calendar) of Fall TV season and series premieres.

Following a bit of Dancing and a taste of Horror, this year’s onslaught truly kicks off on Monday, Sept. 23, at which point nearly 70 season and series premieres roll out over seven days. October then opens with a smattering of new/returning shows, building to a beefy Sunday that brings zombies, super women and kids saying the darndest things.

Here is our round-up of September/October dates, as well as two tinted boxes that denote later launches and midseason fare — both free to you, just for visiting (Skimming the latter list is a great way to save yourself from “Oh my stars, where are those mischievous Legends of Tomorrow?!” fits of anxiety.)

New series are in BOLD, time zones Eastern. Click to zooma-zoom-zooma-zoom and save the dates! (Updated 9/3)

Preemptive P.S. My calendar-making skills have never been infallible, so if you spot something that is (theoretically) missing, drop a polite note in Comments and I will (possibly) include it in an update.

You can also view the broadcast networks’ Fall TV roll-out plans in detail at these links: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW.

Want scoop on any of the above shows? Email [email protected] and your question may be answered via Matt’s Inside Line.

If you like TVLine, you’ll LOVE our weekly newsletter.

Fall 2019 TV Schedule: What to Watch Every Night of the Week

(Photo by Kurt Iswarienko FX; Robert Falconer/The CW; Disney+; Jackson Lee Davis/AMC; Robert Viglasky/© Caryn Mandabach Productions Ltd. 2019)

If you’re making your list of what to watch this fall, you might have noticed you can choose from approximately 1,000 new series — OK, maybe not quite that many, but definitely even more shows than ever. That’s because in addition to all the network originals, there are even more streaming services coming (Disney+ and AppleTV+ hit this fall, not to mention HBO Max and Peacock in the spring).

It’s all a little overwhelming. How do you even choose? There are only so many hours in a day, so if you pick a show for each hour to watch live, you can catch up On Demand, on your DVR, or on the streaming service of your choice. To help you make those big decisions, we’ve organized the fall TV schedule day by day and in order of premiere date. We’ve included ongoing series and streaming launch dates in the calendar, but we haven’t included one-off specials or TV movies — check out our handy “Premiere Dates Calendar” to find out when those debut.

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


7 p.m.
America’s Funniest Home Videos : Season 30, ABC (9/29)

60 Minutes: Season 52 (2019) CBS (9/29)

9:30 p.m.
Family Guy: Season 18 (2019) Fox (9/29)
NCIS: Los Angeles CBS (9/29)
Leavenworth, Starz (10/20)

11 p.m.
Work in Progress: Season 1, Showtime (12/8)

11:30 p.m.
Rick and Morty: Season 4 (2019) 100% Adult Swim (11/10)

Sunday Streaming Premieres
The Crown: Season 3 (2019) 90% Netflix (11/17)

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


8:30 p.m.
Bob (Hearts) Abishola: Season 1 (2019) 54% CBS (9/23)

10 p.m.
Bluff City Law: Season 1 (2019) 36% NBC (9/23)
Bull: Season 4 (2019) CBS (9/23)
My Horror Story: Season 1, Travel Channel (10/21)

10:30 p.m.
One of a Kind: Season 2 (2020) HGTV (9/9)

1:35 a.m.
A Little Late With Lilly Singh: Season 1 (2019) 100% NBC (9/16)

Monday Streaming Premieres
Taken Down: Season 1 (2018) 80% Acorn TV (9/16)
Letterkenny: Season 7 (2019) Hulu (10/14)

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


8:30 p.m.
Bless This Mess: Season 2 (2019) ABC (9/24)

9:30 p.m.
black-ish: Season 6 (2019) ABC (9/24)

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


8:30 p.m.
Schooled: Season 2 (2019) ABC (9/25)

9:30 p.m.
Single Parents: Season 2 (2019) ABC (9/25)

10:30 p.m.
Cake: Season 1 (2019) FXX (9/25)
Crank Yankers: Season 5 (2019) Comedy Central (9/25)

Baroness von Sketch Show: Season 5 (2020) IFC (10/30)

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


7:30 ET/4:30 PT
Thursday Night Football, Fox

8:30 p.m.
Perfect Harmony: Season 1 (2019) 62% NBC (9/26)
The Unicorn: Season 1 (2019) 88% CBS (9/26)

9:30 p.m.
Sunnyside: Season 1 (2019) 38% NBC (9/26)
Carol’s Second Act: Season 1 (2019) 53% CBS (9/26)

Midnight ET/9 p.m. PT
This Close: Season 2 (2019) Sundance TV

Thursday Streaming Premieres
Explained: Season 2 (2019) Netflix (9/26)
Creepshow: Season 1 (2019) 96% Shudder (9/26)

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


8:30 p.m.
Fresh Off the Boat: Season 6 (2019) ABC (9/27)

10 p.m.
Couples Therapy: Season 1 (2019) 100% Showtime
Blue Bloods: Season 10 (2019) CBS (9/27)

11 p.m.
Good Talk With Anthony Jeselnik: Season 1 (2019) Comedy Central
Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents, Comedy Central (10/18)

Friday Streaming Premieres

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday


10 p.m.
48 Hours: Season 32 (2019) CBS (9/28)
Star Wars: Resistance 92%: Season 2, Disney Channel (10/5)
Destination Fear, Travel (10/26)

11:30 p.m.
Saturday Night Live: Season 45 (2019) NBC (9/28)

Saturday, Feb 1 8:00pm


TV14-LV 9:00pm

FBI: Most Wanted

TV14-DLV 10:00pm

48 Hours

The Death of Todd Stermer
Sunday, Feb 2 7:00pm

60 Minutes

8:00pm Someone Else’s Shoes
TV14-LV 9:00pm


The Lives of Others
TV14-LV 10:00pm

NCIS: New Orleans

Spies & Lies
TV14-V Monday, Feb 3 8:00pm

Neighborhood, The

Welcome to Trivia Night
TVPG-DL 8:30pm

Bob Hearts Abishola

Full-Frontal Dottie
TVPG-DL 9:00pm

All Rise

Bye Bye Bernie
TV14-L 10:00pm


Child of Mine
TV14-DL Tuesday, Feb 4 8:00pm Out of the Darkness
TV14-LV 9:00pm

CBS News: State of the Union 2020

Wednesday, Feb 5 8:00pm

Survivor at 40: Greatest Moments and Players


Criminal Minds

Date Night
TV14-DV 10:00pm Rusty
TV14-V Thursday, Feb 6 8:00pm

Young Sheldon

A Slump, a Cross and Roadside Gravel
TVPG-L 8:30pm

Unicorn, The

The Wade Beneath My Wings
TVPG-D 9:00pm


Cheddar Cheese and a Squirrel Circus
TV14 9:30pm

Carol’s Second Act

TVPG-L 10:00pm


In Dreams Begin Responsibility

TV14-L Friday, Feb 7 8:00pm


Fire + Ashes + Legacy = Phoenix
TV14-V 9:00pm

Hawaii Five-0

He waha kou o ka he‘e (Yours is the mouth of an octopus)
TV14-V 10:00pm

Blue Bloods

Naughty or Nice
TV14-LV Saturday, Feb 8 8:00pm
Sunday, Feb 9 7:00pm
8:00pm Wide Awake
TVPG-LV 9:00pm American Idol
TV14-LV 10:00pm Matthew 5:9
TV14-LV Monday, Feb 10 8:00pm Welcome to the Bad Review
TVPG-L 8:30pm Black Ice
9:00pm Prelude to A Fish
10:00pm Quid Pro Quo
Tuesday, Feb 11 8:00pm Lonely Hearts
9:00pm Legacy
10:00pm Invisible
TV14-LV Wednesday, Feb 12 8:00pm


Greatest of the Greats
10:00pm Family Tree
TV14-V Thursday, Feb 13 8:00pm A Boyfriend’s Ex-Wife and a Good Luck Head Rub
8:30pm Everyone’s a Winner
TVPG-DL 9:00pm Somebody’s Grandmother and the A-List
9:30pm Top of the List
10:00pm There Are No Strangers Here
TV14-LV Friday, Feb 14 8:00pm Red Cell + Quantum + Cold + Committed
TV14-V 9:00pm He kauwa ke kanaka na ke aloha (Man is a slave of love)
TV14-V 10:00pm The Fog of War
TV14-LV Saturday, Feb 15 8:00pm

God Friended Me

TVPG-L 9:00pm

What’s on TV Monday: The season premiere of ‘Bull’ on CBS


The Neighborhood It’s been a year since Dave and Gemma (Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs) moved in, and now Dave wants to take a more active role in Calvin’s (Cedric the Entertainer) annual Yardecue event in the season premiere of the family comedy. 8 p.m. CBS

The Voice Gwen Stefani joins returning coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton on the first night of blind auditions in the season premiere. 8 p.m. NBC

Dancing With the Stars This new episode features the first elimination of the season. 8 p.m. ABC

9-1-1 What is expected to be a routine traffic stop uncovers a kidnapping in progress. Angela Bassett and Oliver Stark star in the season premiere with guest stars Tracie Thoms, Gavin McHugh, Bryan Safi and Christopher Cousins. 8 p.m. Fox


Country Music “Will the Circle Be Unbroken? (1968-1972),” the next installment of Ken Burns’ documentary series, chronicles the musical genre during the Vietnam war era. Kris Kristofferson, Bob Dylan and The Byrds go to Nashville to record. 8 p.m. KOCE and KPBS

Bob Hearts Abishola Billy Gardell stars as Bob, a Detroit businessman who lands in the hospital from the stress of running a family-owned compression-sock company. He starts to fall for Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku), the Nigerian immigrant who is his cardiac nurse, and resolves to win her over. Christine Ebersole, Matt Jones and Maribeth Monroe (“The Good Place”) costar. 8:30 p.m. CBS

All Rise Simone Missick stars as a newly appointed judge who runs her court in her own unique way. Marg Helgenberger, Lindsay Mendez and Ruthie Ann Miles costar along with Wilson Bethel, Jessica Camacho and J. Alex Brinson. 9 p.m. CBS

Halloween Baking Championship John Henson kicks off the fifth season of this holiday-themed baking competition with a challenge for the eight bakers to create scary skeleton desserts. Carla Hall, Katie Lee and Zac Young are the judges. 9 p.m. Food Network


A Very Brady Renovation Steve and Leanne Ford team up with Christopher Knight and Eve Plumb to build out the kitchen and family room on the first floor. Also, the Brady backyard gets artificial turf. 9 p.m. HGTV

Prodigal Son This new crime drama stars Tom Payne (“The Walking Dead”) as a gifted criminal psychologist whose qualifications for helping the New York Police Department solve crimes include his father (Michael Sheen), a serial killer known as “The Surgeon.” Halston Sage, Bellamy Young (“Scandal”) and Lou Diamond Phillips also star. 9 p.m. Fox

Bull Distracted by his looming role as a new father, Bull (Michael Weatherly) lets his work at his jury consulting firm suffer, and Benny (Freddy Rodriguez), his top attorney, has quit in protest of some of Bull’s recent and ill-advised romantic liaisons. Geneva Carr and Christopher Jackson also star. Yara Martinez and David Furr guest star in the season premiere. 10 p.m. CBS

Bluff City Law After the death of her mother, an attorney (Caitlin McGee) accepts an invitation from her estranged father (Jimmy Smits) to rejoin his prestigious Memphis law firm in this new legal drama. They try to reconnect as father and daughter while meshing their dramatically different courtroom styles. Scott Shepherd, Barry Sloane, Michael Luwoye, MaameYaa Boafo, Stony Blyden and Jayne Atkinson also star in this new drama. 10 p.m. NBC

The Good Doctor The third season of this medical drama opens the day after Shaun and Carly’s (Freddie Highmore, Jasika Nicole) first date, which was, from his perspective, a disaster. 10 p.m. ABC


CBS This Morning Oprah Winfrey; Kevin Frazier. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS

Today (N) 7 a.m. KNBC

KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA


Good Morning America (N) 7 a.m. KABC

Live With Kelly and Ryan John Goodman (“The Conners”); Robert Iger, Disney. (N) 9 a.m. KABC

The View Robert Iger, Disney. (N) 10 a.m. KABC

Rachael Ray Tom Payne (“Prodigal Son”). (N) 10 a.m. KTTV

The Wendy Williams Show (N) 11 a.m. KTTV

The Talk (N) 1 p.m. KCBS

The Dr. Oz Show A fertility clinic’s mistakes result in multiple women giving birth to other couples’ babies. (N) 1 p.m. KTTV


The Kelly Clarkson Show Trisha Yearwood; Erin Moriarty (“The Boys”); chef Keith Garrett. (N) 2 p.m. KNBC

Dr. Phil A private investigator says he has new information about the car crash in which Princess Diana died. (N) 3 p.m. KCBS

The Ellen DeGeneres Show Oprah Winfrey; Lil Nas X performs. (N) 3 p.m. KNBC

The Real Blac Chyna (“The Real Blac Chyna”); guest co-host Amanda Seales (book “Small Doses”). (N) 3 p.m. KTTV

The Doctors Employers pushing stem-cell treatments to workers; an Instagram body-slimming trend. (N) 3 p.m. KCOP

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé Debate week. 6 p.m. KVCR

Amanpour and Company (N) 11 p.m. KCET; midnight KVCR; 1 a.m. KLCS

Conan Jeffrey Dean Morgan. (N) 11 p.m. TBS

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Season premiere) Gwen Stefani; Ben Platt; Zac Brown Band performs. (N) 11:34 p.m. KNBC

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Paul McCartney. (N) 11:35 p.m. KCBS

Jimmy Kimmel Live 11:35 p.m. KABC

The Late Late Show With James Corden Rob Corddry; Lake Bell; Anna Drezen. (N) 12:37 a.m. KCBS

Late Night With Seth Meyers Liza Koshy; Jade Bird performs. (N) 12:37 a.m. KNBC

Nightline (N) 12:37 a.m. KABC

A Little Late With Lilly Singh (N) 1:38 a.m. KNBC


NFL Football The Chicago Bears visit the Washington Redskins, 5 p.m. ESPN

NHL Preseason Hockey The Anaheim Ducks visit the Kings, 7:30 p.m. Fox Sports Net

For more sports on TV, see the Sports section.

Movies on TV this week: Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019Weekly TV Listings Sept. 22 – 28, 2019

The 6 Best TV Shows on Wednesday Nights

With so many acclaimed and wide-ranging shows on TV right now, it’s only getting increasingly hard to pick which ones are worth tuning into. Between your already established favorites and the consistently growing list of new series you’ve been meaning to watch (we know you have one), it seems like there’s just no way to keep up. Luckily, we’re here to help narrow down your plethora of daily options.

Wednesdays mark a big night for television, but you don’t have to attempt to tune into every show to figure out which best suits your taste. These six shows – which include a mix of everything from superhero shows to musical dramas – are some of the best of the night. Choose your top picks based on your own preferences and get ready to be seriously entertained.

1. Empire, FOX at 9 p.m. EST

Source: Fox

The hip-hop music-themed drama was one of the biggest freshman hits of the season and for good reason. Between the stellar cast (including Terrence Howard and the too-good-to-be-true Taraji P. Henson), the catchy music (Empire’s season one soundtrack beat Madonna’s new album to top the Billboard 200 chart) and the plethora of celebrity cameos (Naomi Campbell! Jennifer Hudson! Patti LaBelle!), it’s hard not to be addicted to this series, co-created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong.

Fans can expect season two to be even bigger, with Chris Rock, Alicia Keys, and Lenny Kravitz joining the show and an expanded 18-episode season. The music is also about to get stronger, with Ne-Yo joining Timbaland on the series songwriting team. Empire reclaimed its Wednesday night spot on September 23, with the second half of the season airing in spring 2016.

2. The 100, The CW at 9 p.m. EST

Source: CW

The post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama, following the travails of 100 young prisoners sent from an orbiting space station to Earth, isn’t one of the CW’s most high-profile shows, but it is one of its best. The show has become a critical hit throughout its two-season run, earning high praise for mainting its fast-paced momentum and exciting life-or-death scenarios while still tackling questions about war and the ongoing battle for survival.

Though the series has earned high critical praise, it hasn’t been able to find its full audience yet – which is why the CW is planning to hold the show’s next premiere until midseason, instead of airing it in early fall. The move will hopefully give the series time to build buzz and attract more viewers for its third season.

3. Black-ish, ABC at 9:30 p.m. EST

Source: ABC

The family sitcom, starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, has been a strong performer for ABC since its debut last fall. The show premiered as part of a slew of culturally themed titles last season, but has since set itself apart by successfully mixing comedy, family dynamics, and cultural issues. Now one of the most successful new network shows of the year, the series has earned an average of 7.14 million total viewers throughout its freshman season and garnered largely positive critical reviews. Most recently, Anderson earned a nod for Best Actor in a Comedy Series at the Critics Choice Awards for his portrayal.

The series was renewed for a second season, which kicked off on September 23.

4. Arrow, The CW at 8 p.m. EST

Source: The CW

Like its fellow superhero series The Flash, Arrow has gathered and maintained a loyal fanbase throughout its run, thanks to its consistently exciting storyline and consistent visual appeal. The show wrapped its third season in May, with 2.37 million viewers tuning into the game-changing finale. With a fourth season on the way, viewers are reportedly in for some big changes. Star Stephen Arnell has already confirmed the next season will boast a lighter tone. He also confirmed that his character is “done” with his normal Arrow suit, leading many to assume he could finally be transitioning to what many have been waiting for: Green Arrow.

Also in the works for next season? More crossover episodes with The Flash, which the network has confirmed will now be an annual event. The show returns to the CW on October 7.

5. Nashville, ABC at 10 p.m. EST

Source: ABC

The country music soap, starring Hayden Panettiere and Connie Britton, continued to bring the drama in its third season, which just wrapped up in May. Between the broken hearts, babies, and ballads, the show has been bravely tackling some pretty serious themes lately: from Chris Carmack’s Will Lexington struggling to come out within the often traditional country music industry to Panetierre’s Juliette Barnes dealing with post-partum depression. Plus, the original songs continue to prove popular on iTunes, with the most recent compilation reaching the top 5 in the country charts.

The drama’s fourth season kicked off on September 23.

6. Law and Order: SVU, NBC at 9 P.M. EST

Source: NBC

The long-running police procedural has remained an addictive favorite for sixteen seasons and counting. With Mariska Haritgay’s Olivia Benson still at the lead, the show continues to boast intricate, action-packed narratives that keep audiences tuning, even all these years later. Most recently, the series has also had several crossover episodes with NBC’s Chicago-based franchises, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.

To no one’s surprise, SVU was renewed for a seventeenth season, with episodes again airing in its usual 9 p.m. slot, following The Mysteries of Laura, this fall.

More from Entertainment Cheat Sheet:

  • 5 Ways DC and The CW Built a TV Superhero Empire
  • 5 of the Best TV Shows You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
  • 5 Crappy New TV Shows That Are Not Worth Watching This Fall


Summer has come and gone and Fall TV premiere week is finally here! Each of the broadcast networks set their 2019-20 schedules ahead of their upfront presentations to advertisers back in May, complete with new series and returning favorites. But because it’s been a few months since then, TheWrap is here to remind you what is airing when.

While Fox, CBS and The CW shook things up by switching around time slots or completely revamping a few nights this fall, ABC and NBC (mostly) preached stability with their primetime blocks.

Staples like ABC’s TGIT lineup, CBS’ procedural-led Tuesdays, NBC’s “Chicago” Wednesdays, Fox’s animated Sundays (with the exception of one new series) and The CW’s pairing of “Supernatural” and “Legacies” on Thursdays are going untouched.

Also Read: ‘Empire’ Final Season: Creators, Taraji P Henson and Terrence Howard Talk the End of the Lyons’ Reign

But the schedules still show some big changes, like “Empire” shifting from Wednesdays to Tuesdays for its sixth and final season, ABC’s “American Housewife,” The CW’s “Charmed,” and CBS’ “Magnum P.I.” being banished to Fridays, and NBC bumping “Will & Grace” to midseason.

As for some of the promising series making their debuts this fall, NBC’s new legal drama “Bluff City Law” is getting the coveted “Voice” lead-in on Mondays, WWE’s “Friday Night SmackDown” will air live Fridays on Fox starting in October, ABC’s “Black-ish” spinoff “Mixed-ish” has landed behind “Bless This Mess” on Tuesdays (which will now air after “The Conners”), “Batwoman” will be paired with “Supergirl” on The CW’s Sundays, and three new series will join “Young Sheldon” and “Mom” on CBS’ Thursday lineup.

Below are the full fall 2019 schedules for NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS and The CW. New shows are listed in all caps and bolded and new nights and time slots for returning shows have been denoted.

Also Read: ‘Empire’ Season 6 Premiere: Andre’s Struggling as the New King of Empire Because Lucious Raised Him to Be a Prince (Exclusive Video)

8-10 p.m. — “The Voice”
10-11 p.m. — “BLUFF CITY LAW”

8-9 p.m. — “The Voice”
9-10 p.m. — “This Is Us”
10-11 p.m. — “New Amsterdam”

8-9 p.m. — “Chicago Med”
9-10 p.m. — “Chicago Fire”
10-11 p.m. — “Chicago P.D.”

8-9 p.m. — “The Blacklist”
9-11 p.m. — “Dateline NBC”

8-10 p.m. — “Dateline Saturday Night Mystery”
10-11 p.m. – “Saturday Night Live” (encores)

7-8:20 p.m. — “Football Night in America”
8:20-11 p.m. — “NBC Sunday Night Football”

Also Read: This Is How Big ‘This Is Us’ Is on Hulu and the NBC App (Exclusive)


8-9 p.m. — “9-1-1” (new time)
9-10 p.m. — “PRODIGAL SON”

8-9 p.m. — “The Resident” (new night)
9-10 p.m. — “Empire” (new night and time)

8-9 p.m. — “The Masked Singer” (new night and time)
9-10 p.m. — “ALMOST FAMILY”

7:30-8 p.m. — “Thursday Night Football” pregame show
8 p.m. — NFL Football

8-10 p.m. — “FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN” (network debut)

7-10:30 p.m. — “Fox Sports Saturday: Fox College Football”

Also Read: ‘Prodigal Son’ Star Michael Sheen Tells Us Why We Find His Serial Killer Character ‘Just Delightful’

8-9 p.m. — “Dancing with the Stars”
10-11 p.m. — “The Good Doctor”

8-9 p.m. — “Grey’s Anatomy”
9-10 p.m. — “A Million Little Things”
10-11 p.m. — “How to Get Away with Murder”

8:00 p.m. — “Saturday Night Football”

Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Photos)

8-8:30 p.m. — “The Neighborhood”
8-9 p.m. — “BOB ABISHOLA”
9-10 p.m. — “ALL RISE”
10-11 p.m. — “Bull”

8-9 p.m. — “NCIS”
9-10 p.m. — “FBI”
10-11 p.m. — “NCIS: New Orleans”

8-9 p.m. — “Survivor”
9-10 p.m. — “SEAL Team” (new time)
10-11 p.m. — “S.W.A.T.” (new night)

8-9 p.m. — “Hawaii Five-0” (new time)
9-10 p.m. — “Magnum P.I.” (new night)
10-11 p.m. — “Blue Bloods”

8-9 p.m. — “Crimetime Saturday”
9-10 p.m. — “Crimetime Saturday”
10-11 p.m. — “48 Hours”

7-8 p.m. — “60 Minutes”
8-9 p.m. — “God Friended Me”
9-10 p.m. — “NCIS: Los Angeles”
10-11 p.m. — “Madam Secretary”

Also Read: ‘Riverdale’ Season 4: They’re Finally Doing a Halloween Episode, Jughead’s Going to Prep School

8-9 p.m. — “All American” (new night)
9-10 p.m. — “Black Lightning”

8-9 p.m. — “The Flash”
9-10 p.m. — “Arrow” (new night)

8-9 p.m. — “Riverdale”
9-10 p.m. — “NANCY DREW”

8-9 p.m. — “Supernatural”
9-10 p.m. — “Legacies”

8-9 p.m. — “Charmed” (new night and time)
9-10 p.m. — “Dynasty” (new time)

8-9 p.m. — “BATWOMAN”
9-10 p.m. — “Supergirl” (new time)

ABC Peter Weber is the 2020 star of The Bachelor, which premieres on January 6.

As 2019 draws to an end, TV enthusiasts can say goodbye to the dozens of holiday specials, Christmas classics and winter reruns that filled the December schedule. 2020 is bursting with returning TV favorites, new series, reality dramas and family sitcoms to ring in the new year, so if you’re looking to spend January curled up inside under a blanket with the remote control, you’ve got plenty to choose from.

Shows like Supernatural, Doctor Who and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are all returning this month, while the highly-anticipated new season of The Bachelor premieres on January 6. Reality television favorites like Married at First Sight, Love After Lockup, Sister Wives and My Big Fat Fabulous Life all return as well, alongside several TV specials, the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards and the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

What To Watch In January | NetflixWhat To Watch In January | Netflix Drama – 00:15 Comedy – 02:12 Family – 03:58 Non-Fiction – 05:15 Anime – 06:44 SUBSCRIBE: About Netflix: Netflix is the world’s leading streaming entertainment service with over 158 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. What To Watch In January | Netflix 2019-12-11T17:00:00.000Z

The following is a list of all January 2020 TV premiere dates for most major shows on most major networks and streaming platforms. I will continue to update this article throughout the month as more shows are announced, but if I missed anything or the premiere time changes, feel free to shoot me an email and I will happily update the post.

Note: the list below only consists of new series premieres, docu-series air dates, continuing season premieres, TV specials and awards ceremonies, and does NOT include made-for-TV original movies, stand-alone documentaries or stand-up comedies airing throughout the month. We focus strictly on TV series and specials.

Here’s what’s coming to TV in January, 2020. All times are listed in Eastern and Central time.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Friday, January 3, 2020

Saturday, January 4, 2020

Sunday, January 5, 2020

Monday, January 6, 2020

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Friday, January 10, 2020

Saturday, January 11, 2020

  • 9/8 AM: Total Dramarama (Cartoon Network, Season 2)
  • 9/8 PM: Family or Fiance (OWN, Season 2)

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Monday, January 13, 2020

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Friday, January 17, 2020

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Sunday, January 19, 2020

Monday, January 20, 2020

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Friday, January 24, 2020

Saturday, January 25, 2020

  • 10/9 PM: Beyond the Headlines: The Watts Family Tragedy (Lifetime, One-Hour Special)

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Monday, January 27, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: The Great Train Robbery (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: The Silence (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Friday, January 31, 2020

READ NEXT: ‘His Dark Materials’ Season 2 Renewal: When Will the Show Return?