Top 10 TV Shows to Look Forward to in Fall 2023

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By Black Widow

As we approach the fall of 2023, television enthusiasts are in for a treat with a diverse lineup of highly anticipated TV shows. From thrilling sci-fi mysteries to historical romances and psychological thrillers, this fall’s TV offerings promise to captivate audiences across various genres.

Let’s delve into the most exciting TV shows set to debut between late September and December-

1. Bodies – Premiering Oct 19 (Netflix)

Netflix is set to send shivers down your spine this October with Bodies. This sci-fi crime series revolves around detectives tasked with solving a murder mystery that spans centuries. Based on a graphic novel of the same name, the story features a body appearing in London at different points in time, from 1890 to 30 years into the future. Bodies promises a genre-bending narrative and boasts an ensemble cast. All eight episodes drop on Netflix on October 19.

2. Fear The Walking Dead – Premiering Oct 22 (AMC)

For fans of the Walking Dead franchise, Fear the Walking Dead continues to be a gripping spinoff. As it approaches its conclusion, the final six episodes of season 8 part 2 return this October. The series finale is slated for November 26, promising to deliver intense zombie action.

3. Fellow Travelers – Premiering Oct 29 (Showtime)

Fellow Travelers takes viewers on a historical journey of romance set against the backdrop of McCarthyism in the 1950s. Starring Jonathan Bailey, Matt Bomer, and Allison Williams, this miniseries adapts the 2007 novel of the same name. Explore a love story intertwined with significant American historical events. New episodes premiere weekly from October 29, concluding on December 10.

4. All The Light We Cannot See – Premiering Nov 2 (Netflix)

Based on the acclaimed 2014 novel, All the Light We Cannot See arrives on Netflix on November 2. This limited drama series unfolds during World War II, following a young blind French girl and a German boy coerced into the Nazi Regime. Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie join the cast to portray family members of the French teen Marie-Laure. All four episodes will be available for streaming on November 2.

5. Lawmen: Bass Reeves – Premiering Nov 5 (Paramount+)

Taylor Sheridan, known for the hit series Yellowstone, brings us Lawmen: Bass Reeves. A spinoff set in the 1800s, this series delves into the true story of the titular U.S. Marshal, played by David Oyelowo. With an ensemble cast, the first two episodes premiere on Paramount+ on November 5, followed by weekly installments until the eighth and final episode on December 17.

6. For All Mankind – Premiering Nov 10 (Apple TV+)

Apple TV+ continues its acclaimed series For All Mankind with season 4. The show explores an alternate history of the space race, featuring beloved characters like Ed Baldwin, Margo Madison, and Danielle Poole. The season kicks off on November 10, with subsequent episodes to be released each Friday through January 12, 2024.

7. A Murder At The End of the World – Premiering Nov 14 (FX)

Prepare for a thrilling ride with A Murder at the End of the World, a psychological thriller miniseries on FX. Amateur detective Darby Hart investigates a murder at a remote retreat, featuring a star-studded cast including Emma Corrin and Clive Owen. The first two episodes premiere on November 14, followed by weekly installments each Tuesday until December 19.

8. Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters – Premiering Nov 17 (Apple TV+)

Apple TV+ expands its sci-fi slate with Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, the second series in the MonsterVerse franchise. The show follows the Monarch organization as its members encounter iconic monsters over half a century. Kurt Russell and Wyatt Russell headline the cast, with the first two episodes launching on November 17, followed by weekly releases.

9. Percy Jackson And The Olympians – Premiering Dec 20 (Disney+)

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians marks the first major adaptation of Rick Riordan’s beloved books since the film franchise. Follow 12-year-old demigod Percy Jackson as he embarks on thrilling adventures at Camp Half-Blood. The TV show premieres its first two episodes on Disney+ on December 20, with weekly releases to follow.

10. Reacher – Premiering in December (Amazon Prime Video)

Based on the Jack Reacher book series, Amazon Prime Video’s Reacher returns for its second season in December. While an official release date is pending, fans can expect more action and intrigue with Alan Ritchson reprising his role in this adrenaline-pumping series.

With this tantalizing lineup of TV shows, fall 2023 promises to be an exciting season for television enthusiasts, offering an array of captivating stories and genres to explore.