Fall means pumpkin spice, cozy sweaters and the launch of the new TV season. This year, there are so many new shows that look intriguing to us. Here are five we are setting our DVR to record.
The idea of creating this series after the success of the originial book and movie has been tossed around networks, producers and writers for years now. But it looks like BET+ (BET’s new streaming service) has pulled through for the win. This reboot of the beloved 1996 movie stars Jill Scott, Michelle Buteau and Ryan Michelle Bathe and will give their fresh take on the old story of three old friends coming together after their marriages fall apart.
First Wives Club premieres Thursday, September 19th on BET+
The great minds behind the hit classic series Glee, Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy, have really outdone themselves if the buzz behind Netflix’s new series The Politician turns out to be correct. The new series is a very dark comical look at ambition when a high school student, played by Ben Platt, is willing to do just about anything to become student body president. The series also stars such heavy hitters as Jessica Lange, Gwenyth Paltrow and Bette Midler.
The Politician premieres September 27th on Netflix
Mixed-ish is a spin-off of the hit show Black-ish, which is now headed into its 6th season. Based on the younger version of Black-ish’s character, Rainbow Johnson, Mixed-ish is set in the 1980’s and focuses on Rainbow’s upbringing in a mixed-race family. Rainbow, played by Arica Himmel, will go through all of the trials and tribulations she and her family felt after they move from a hippie commune to the suburbs.
Mixed-ish premieres Tuesday 9pm, September 24th on ABC
Bluff City Law promises to pack in the twists and controversy tough law cases provide. It will also throw in some father/daughter drama between leads Jimmy Smits, as owner of a top Memphis law firm, and his genius lawyer daughter, Sydney, played by actress Caitlin McGee. Sydney reluctantly signs on with her estranged father’s law firm after the unexpected death of her mother, in hopes that she and her father can shake up the justice system and form a tighter bond in the process.
Bluff City Law premieres Monday 10pm, September 23rd on NBC
If it’s not enough that Hollwood rising star Michael B. Jordan has a co-starring role in this series, then the premise will probably do the trick to peak your interest. Netflix’s Raising Dion is based on a short film and comic book created by Dennis Liu in 2015 and follows a mother’s journey as she navigates the world, trying to protect her son who posseses an array of super powers. Though the show has obvious elements of fantasy, the realistic side of motherhood and dealing with her son’s special abilities takes center stage.
Raising Dion premieres October 4th on Netflix
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Looking forward to the last season of How to get away with murder and the walking dead
I have actually already watch The Politician on Netflix and can't wait for the next season!!!
Bluff city law. Jimmy Smith is older but still attractive.
I want to see Mixed-ish & Black-ish!
i am excited about Chicago fire returning.
The Haunting of Hill house and stranger things
Let's see ... Survivor, The Good Doctor, Grey's Anatomy, A Million Little Things, God Friended Me and Amsterdam are my top choices.
Wentworth just came out with a new season that I am excited to watch!
I am so excited to watch This is Us such an awesome show!
Cannot wait for Mix-ish!!
I love Mindhunter on Netflix, getting ready to watch season 2.
Young Sheldon, Blue Bloods, Mystery of Oak Island