The fall TV calendar is jam packed with new and returning shows. From fantasy to comedy to true crime, September will deliver content for every kind of fan.
Though the month’s water cooler talk will likely be dominated by the ongoing “Game of Thrones” spinoff and the forthcoming “Lord of the Rings” show, there is plenty of worthwhile television coming to streaming in the coming weeks.
If you’re looking for something new to watch, consider some of these releases hitting Amazon, Discovery+, Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu this month.
“House of the Dragon” may have gotten a two-episode head start, but it will soon have company in the fantasy arena. Amazon has spent over $700 million getting its “Lord of the Rings” show off the ground, and the streamer is no doubt hoping that it will tap into the same vein of excitement that made “Game of Thrones” such a phenomenon.
This three part docuseries chronicles not only the allegations of abuse and cannibalism that derailed the career of movie star Armie Hammer, but also dives into his family history starting with his great grandfather, the oil tycoon Armand Hammer.
The hit Netflix show returns for its fifth season, which will see “Karate Kid” protagonist Daniel LaRusso teaming up with Johnny Lawrence to stop Terry Silver from spreading his violent karate philosophy across the San Fernando Valley.
Jon Bernthal stars in the reimagining of the 1980 Richard Gere film. The series will follow Bernthal’s Julian Kaye, a former sex worker searching for answers after spending 15 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
The dystopian drama returns for what may potentially be its final season, setting up June and Selena for an explosive confrontation following the events of the season four finale.
Fresh off of its 7 Emmy nominations and a new TV deal for creator Quinta Brunson, ABC’s smash hit “Abbot Elementary” returns for a full, 22-episode season two.