Fall 2019 TV Premiere Dates: All The New & Returning Shows To Watch

Fall TV 2019

Although TV is a year-round dumping ground for content these days, the promise of new and returning shows in the fall is still reason enough to get excited.  For one thing, the broadcast networks are sticking with their tried-and-true model of pushing big new premieres around this time of year, and 2019 is no different. ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and The CW all have a variety of new series set to make it or break it in the increasingly competitive Peak TV arena. And while the return and expansion of the Arrowverse, as well as new shows like CBS' anticipated Evil, and the fourth and final season of NBC's The Good Place all make a solid case for traditional TV continuing its ways, fall 2019 also brings two new streaming services to the table: Disney+ and Apple TV+.

While Apple TV+'s slate looks interesting and will certainly garner plenty of attention with titles like The Morning ShowFor All Mankind, and Dickinson, it's the arrival of Disney's pop culture juggernaut, armed with a litany of Marvel and Star Wars titles (oh, and High School Musical) that's bound to set the internet on fire. To that end, other streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu (though the latter is technically now an offshoot of Disney+) will need to step up their respective game to continue earning those subscription dollars.


As such, the Fall 2019 TV premiere is going to be more crowded and more competitive than in years past. While it remains to be seen how many new subscribers both services will have on launch day, it stands to reason Apple and Disney will be stealing the limelight for much of November. Until then, check out the premiere dates for the new and returning shows this fall:


Monday, September 2

Untouchable — Hulu

Tuesday, September 3

Mayans M.C. — FX, 10pm

Wednesday, September 4

Wu-Tang: An American Saga — Hulu

Dog’s Most Wanted — WGN America, 8pm

Friday, September 6

Elite — Netflix

The Spy — Netflix

Titans — DC Universe

Monday, September 9

The Deuce — HBO, 9pm

Tuesday, September 10

Mr. Mercedes — Audience Network, 10pm 

Thursday, September 12

The I-Land — Netflix

Mr. Inbetween — FX, 10pm

Midnight: This Close — Sundance, 10pm

Friday, September 13

Undone — Amazon

TOP PICK: Unbelievable — Netflix

Inspired by the real events in The Marshall Project and ProPublica Pulitzer Prize-winning article, "An Unbelievable Story of Rape," written by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong, and the This American Life radio episode, “Anatomy of Doubt”, with episodes directed by Oscar nominees Susannah Grant and Lisa Cholodenko, "Unbelievable" is a story of unspeakable trauma, unwavering tenacity, and astounding resilience.

The Ranch — Netflix

Red Bull Peaking — The CW, 9pm

Room 104 — HBO, 11pm

Sunday, September 15

Country Music — PBS

Wednesday, September 18

American Horror Story: 1984 — FX, 10pm

Friday, September 20

Disenchantment — Netflix

Criminal — Netflix 

Inside Bill’s Brain — Netflix

2019 Primetime Emmy Awards

Sunday, September 22

71st Primetime Emmy Awards — FOX, 8pm ET/ 5pm PT

Monday, September 23

Team Kaylie — Netflix

The Neighborhood — CBS, 8pm

The Voice — NBC, 8pm

9-1-1 — FOX, 8pm 

Bob Hearts Abishola — CBS, 8:30pm

All Rise — CBS, 9pm

Prodigal Son — FOX, 9pm

Bull — CBS, 10pm

Bluff City Law — NBC, 10pm

The Good Doctor — ABC, 10pm

Tom Payne and Michael Sheen in Prodigal Son FOX

Tuesday, September 24

NCIS — CBS, 8pm

The Resident — FOX, 8pm

The Conners — ABC, 8pm

Bless This Mess — ABC, 8:30pm

FBI — CBS, 9pm

This Is Us — NBC, 9pm

Empire — FOX, 9pm

Mixed-ish — ABC, 9pm

Black-ish — ABC, 9:30pm

NCIS: New Orleans — CBS, 10pm

New Amsterdam — NBC, 10pm

Emergence — ABC, 10pm

Allison Tolman in Emergence ABC

Wednesday, September 25

Chicago Med — NBC, 8pm

The Masked Singer — FOX, 8pm

The Goldbergs — ABC, 8pm

Schooled — ABC, 8:30pm

Chicago Fire — NBC, 9pm

Modern Family — ABC, 9pm 

Single Parents — ABC, 9:30pm

Chicago P.D. — NBC, 10pm

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia — FXX, 10pm

Stumptown — ABC, 10pm

South Park — Comedy Central, 10pm

Crank Yankers — Comedy Central, 10:30pm

Thursday, September 26

Top Pick: Creepshow — Shudder

Based on the iconic 1982 film written by Stephen King and directed by George A. Romero, Creepshow stars David Arquette (Scream franchise), Adrienne Barbeau, Tobin Bell (Saw), Big Boi (Scream: The TV Series), Jeffrey Combs (Star Trek, Re-Animator), Kid Cudi (Drunk Parents), Bruce Davison (Longtime Companion, X-Men), Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul), Dana Gould (The Simpsons, Stan Against Evil), Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica, Lucifer) and DJ Qualls (The Man in the High Castle, Supernatural).

Young Sheldon — CBS, 8pm

Superstore — NBC, 8pm

Grey’s Anatomy — ABC, 8pm

The Unicorn — CBS, 8:30pm

Perfect Harmony — NBC, 8:30pm

Mom — CBS, 9pm

The Good Place — NBC, 9pm

A Million Little Things — ABC, 9pm

Carol’s Second Act — CBS, 9:30pm

Sunnyside — NBC, 9:30pm

Mike Colter and Katja Herbers Evil CBS

Top Pick: Evil — CBS, 10pm

EVIL is a psychological mystery that examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion. The series focuses on a skeptical female psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter as they investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions and hauntings. Their job is to assess if there is a logical explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work.

Law & Order: SVU — NBC, 10pm

How To Get Away With Murder — ABC, 10pm

Friday, September 27

The Politician — Netflix

Transparent — Amazon

Hawaii Five-0 — CBS, 8pm

American Housewife — ABC, 8pm, 

Fresh Off the Boat — ABC, 8:30pm

Magnum P.I. — CBS, 9pm

Blue Bloods — CBS, 10pm

Van Helsing — SYFY, 10pm

Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson in Poldark

Sunday, September 29

America’s Funniest Home Videos — ABC, 7pm

The Simpsons — FOX, 8pm

God Friended Me — CBS, 8:30pm

Bless The Harts — FOX, 8:30pm

Bob’s  Burgers — FOX 9pm

Shark Tank — ABC, 9pm

Poldark — PBS, 9pm

NCIS: Los Angeles — CBS, 9:30pm

Family Guy — FOX, 9:30pm

The Rookie — ABC, 10pm

Robot Chicken — Adult Swim, 12pm

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