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Here’s When Our Favorite TV Shows Are Returning This Fall

The Voice

Looking forward to The Voice returning? The 17th season will be returning on Monday, September 23rd on NBC.

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The Conners

The Conners was renewed for a second season because it’s already the network’s highest-rated show. The new season will begin on Monday, September 23rd on ABC. 

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Empire

Thankfully, Empire is returning for season six! The newest episode will premiere on Tuesday, September 24th on Fox.

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This Is Us

This Is Us isn’t going anywhere, and the newest season (season four) will return to NBC on Tuesday, September 24th.

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NCIS

NCIS may be heading toward season 17, but it isn’t showing signs of cooling down. Fans are excited to see what the next season brings (and where Ziva will stand) on Tuesday, September 24th. Catch it on CBS.

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NCIS: New Orleans

NCIS: New Orleans is heading into its sixth season, which will premiere on CBS on Tuesday, September 24th. 

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NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: Los Angeles will also return for another season, season 11. You can catch it on Sunday, September 29th on CBS.

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Survivor

Survivor isn’t going anywhere. Can you believe it’s on its 39th season? It’ll have a 90-minute premiere on Wednesday, September 25th on CBS.

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The Bachelor in Paradise

Can’t get enough of The Bachelor? Well, check out The Bachelor in Paradise. It’s a spin-off featuring former Bachelor and Bachelorette cast members. It’s heading toward its sixth season, which premieres on ABC on Monday, August 5th. 

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Chicago Med

All of Chicago series were renewed. The first one to premiere is Chicago Med on Wednesday, September 25th on NBC.

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Chicago Fire

Following Chicago Med (an hour after, actually), Chicago Fire is premiering season eight on Wednesday, September 25th on NBC. 

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Chicago P.D.

Finally, Chicago P.D. will be returning an hour after Chicago Fire on Wednesday, September 25th on NBC.

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Modern Family

Modern Family will be returning for its 11th and final season. You can catch it on Wednesday, September 25th.

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Grey’s Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy was renewed for season 16 and 17. Season 16, which premieres Thursday, September 26th on ABC. Even better news, Jesse Williams is coming back, and he’s staying through season 17!

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Young Sheldon

Miss The Big Bang Theory? Try Young Sheldon! It’s going on its third season, which will premiere on Thursday, September 26th.

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The Good Place

It’s sad to say, but The Good Place will be ending with season four. That being said, it’s going out with a bang. You can catch the new season on Thursday, September 26th on NBC.

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How to Get Away with Murder

After six seasons, How to Get Away with Murder is hanging up its hat. The last season is supposedly going to be a “killer,” according to the creator. You can catch it on Thursday, September 26th on ABC.

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Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU was renewed for a record-breaking 21st season, making it longer than the original Law & Order. The new episodes begin airing late Thursday, September 26th on NBC.

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Hawaii Five-0

Hawaii Five-0 is returning for its 10th season, and some of the episodes are actually directed by Alex O’Loughlin, the actor who plays Steve McGarrett. The new episodes begin on Friday, September 27th on CBS.

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Blue Bloods

Want more Blue Bloods? We have you covered! Season 10 will be airing a little later on CBS on Friday, September 27th.

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The Simpsons

The Simpsons is one of Fox’s favorite shows, so it’s on its way to season 31. If you’re waiting with bated breath, you can catch the season premiere on Sunday, September 29th.

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Bob’s Burgers

Bob’s Burgers is also pretty popular on Fox. It’ll be premiering an hour after The Simpsons on Sunday, September 29th. 

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Shark Tank

What other weird inventions can people make? Well, the newest season, season 11, of Shark Tank debuts on Sunday, September 29th on ABC.

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The Rookie

Count us in for anything Nathan Fillion. So, when The Rookie got renewed, we were pretty psyched. The newest season premieres on Sunday, September 29th on ABC.

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The Blacklist

The Blacklist is coming a little later in the fall. NBC decided to premiere it on Friday, October 4th, so mark your calendars!

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New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam wasn’t a hit with critics, but fans loved it. NBC renewed it for a second season, which will premiere on Tuesday, September 24th.

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Superstore

Superstore has been utterly hilarious, and the fifth season won’t be any different. The newest episodes begin on Thursday, September 26th on NBC.

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Preacher

After the ending of season three, we’re sure the final season of Preacher will blow everyone away. The first episode debuts on Sunday, August 4th on AMC.

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Madam Secretary

Madam Secretary got a sixth season! You can see the newest episode on Sunday, October 6th on CBS.

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Riverdale

Riverdale is a huge hit with fans, and the CW won’t be letting it go any time soon. The fourth season premieres on Wednesday, October 9th.

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Magnum P.I.

After Hawaii Five-0 did so well, Magnum P.I. was created. Now, it’s on season two, which will begin on Friday, September 27th on CBS.

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All American

After binge-watching the first season of All American, you’ll probably want to know when the second will release. You can catch them on Monday, October 7th on the CW. 

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Arrow

Arrow is headed toward its eighth season, making it one of the longest-running superhero TV shows on right now. Season eight premieres on Tuesday, October 15th on the CW. 

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Dynasty

Dynasty has everything that we missed from our ’80s soap operas. Thankfully, it was renewed, and we’ll be able to watch it on Friday, October 11th on the CW.

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

The gang will be returning on Wednesday, September 25th on FXX. What kind of trouble will they get into this year? We can’t wait for the new season of Always Sunny!

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Dancing With the Stars

Your favorite dancing show comes back September 16 on ABC! The most recent bachelorette, Hannah Brown, is rumored to be part of the new cast!

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The Resident

Your new favorite medical drama returns to Fox September 24th for season three!

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The Good Doctor

ABC's No. 1 show will return for its third season September 23rd.

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A Million Little Things

A Million Little Things will return for season two, where the group of friends continues to figure out life without one of their own, September 26 on ABC.

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The Crown

Olivia Colman will be taking over as the ruling monarch when The Crown returns to Netflix for season three November 17th!

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Supernatural

Supernatural premiered in 2005—a whole 14 years ago—and the final season will premiere October 10th on The CW.

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Bull

Despite the allegations against the show's star, Michael Weatherly (which was resolved with a $9.5 million settlement), and Steven Spielberg's production company Amblin Entertainment cutting ties with the show, Bull will return for a fourth season on CBS September 23rd.

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God Friended Me

Season two of God Friended Me will premiere on CBS September 29, and Erica Gimpel has been promoted to series regular!

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Mom

Anna Farris and Allison Janney will be back on your screens with the new season of Mom September 26th on CBS!

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The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead is coming back for its 10th season on AMC October 6!

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American Horror Story

While no premiere date has been officially announced, the series is set to return for its ninth season this fall—and this season will feature the slasher horror genre that became popular in the '80s.

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American Housewife

The new ABC comedy is coming back for its fourth season September 27th!

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The Flash

The Flash will return to our TV screens October 8th for its sixth season, and the team is reportedly going back to the future!

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Supergirl

Supergirl season five will premiere on The CW October 6th—the same night as The CW's new show, Batwoman!

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Batwoman

Ruby Rose will play the first LGBTQ+ superhero lead when Batwoman premieres on The CW October 6th. According to Insider, Batwoman was revamped in 2006 comics to be Bruce Wayne's "equally wealthy lesbian cousin who takes over the Bat mantle when the Caped Crusader suddenly disappears." 

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Black Lightning

Black Lightning will return for the third season on The CW October 7th!

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Family Guy

Everyone's favorite cartoon family will return for an 18th season September 29th on Fox.

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Fresh Off the Boat

Fresh Off the Boat will return to ABC for its sixth season September 27th!

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The Masked Singer

Your new favorite (albeit strange) singing competition is back for a second season on FOX September 25th!

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Shameless

Emmy Rossum leaving hasn't slowed Shameless down. The Showtime show will return for its 10th season November 3rd!

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black-ish

black-ish will returto ABC for its sixth season September 24th. It's also spawned two spinoffs; grown-ish, which just wrapped up its second season, and mixed-ish, which is set to premiere September 24th on ABC as well.

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Legacies

The Vampire Diaries spinoff will return for its second season on The CW October 10th!

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Bless This Mess

In this ABC sitcom, Dax Shepherd and Lake Bell play newlyweds who decide to move from NYC to Nebraska to run a farm. Bless This Mess season two premieres September 24th!

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NEW: Looking for Alaska

The new Hulu original, based on the John Green novel of the same name, will premiere October 18th.

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NEW: Almost Family

The new drama, starring Brittany Snow, Emily Osment, and Megalyn Echikunwoke, premieres on FOX  October 2. The premise? Brittany Snow's character finds out she has 100 siblings walking around the earth because her father (who just so happens to be a fertility doctor) donated his sperm to...a few other families.

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NEW: Emergence

ABC's new mystery-thriller centers around a young girl who appears near the site of a mysterious accident—but has no memory whatsoever. Emergence premieres September 24th.

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NEW: The Politician

Ryan Murphy's new Scream Queens-esque show centers around a high school student who is convinced he'll someday be the President of the United States; he just has to survive the politics of high school first. The first two episodes of The Politican will premiere on Netflix September 27th.

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NEW: Bless the Harts

FOX has a new animated series coming to its lineup, and it features the voices of Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell, and Ike Barinholtz! Bless the Harts premieres September 29th.

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NEW: Modern Love

Modern Love, an Amazon Video original series, is based on The New York Times column by the same name. As it chronicles many different stories, it will likely feature many different stars throughout the duration of the series. So far names like Tina Fey, Anne Hathaway, Dev Patel, and Ed Sheeran are set to appear. Modern Love will premiere October 18th.

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NEW: Stumptown

The new ABC drama stars Cobie Smulders as a private investigator who rubs people the wrong way. Michael Ealy and Jake Johnson also star. Stumptown premieres September 25th.

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NEW: The Spy

Sacha Baron Cohen plays Eli Cohen, a real-life Isreali spi in the 1960s, in this new Netflix miniseries. The Spy premieres September 6th.

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NEW: Nancy Drew

A new Nancy Drew TV series will premiere on The CW October 9th, but expect it to be more like Riverdale and less like the books it's based on. The producers have stated that they will not be pulling any storylines from the Nancy Drew books. But the new show does feature Freddie Prinze Jr. as the token dad-played-by-a-'90s-hottie!

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NEW: Prodigal Son

While we're not sure if the show will have any Biblical ties like the name would suggest, we do know it will star Tom Payne, who is a criminal psychologist who picked up his skills from his serial killer father, played by Michael Sheen. Prodigal Son premieres on FOX September 23rd.

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NEW: The Unicorn

CBS's new comedy is about a single father trying to get back into the dating scene. I guess you'll have to watch to find out why it's called The Unicorn when it premieres September 26th!

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