Best new and returning TV shows of the Fall 2023
This article will take you through the must-see TV shows premiering in Fall 2023, from the long-awaited comeback of the incredible Invincible animated series to the comedic return of Frasier. The fall is going to be extremely rich on quality entertainment, including quite a few brand-new premieres and even more returning beloved TV shows. October and November are fruitful on thrillers and superhero shows with a darker vibe. Fans of gritty satiric show The Boys can dive into the comic book universe with a brand-new show Gen V premiering on Amazon Prime Video. If you’re unable to access Prime Video from your current location, then check out our detailed instruction on how to access it from anywhere, but more on that later. For now, let’s look at the most anticipated premieres of this fall.
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Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video Release date: September 23, 2023
A spinoff of a critically acclaimed Amazon Prime Video show is promising to give us a wagon of witty humor and cover our screens in blood and explosions, starting on September 23. The easiest explanation of the series we could come up with is the Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters meets a Jordan Peele thriller.
Our Flag Means Death
Streaming on: Max Release date: October 5, 2023
The popular pirate-themed show, Our Flag Means Death, is making its much-anticipated return for season 2. The show follows Stede Bonnet and Blackbeard as they navigate through the trials and tribulations of their unlikely yet endearing romance. If you’re in a mood for some pirate love, you can catch the episodes on MAX (formerly known as HBO Max).
The Wheel of Time
Streaming on: Amazon Prime Release date: September 1, 2023
Based on Robert Jordan’s best-selling fantasy novels, The Wheel of Time is an epic tale of magic, adventure, and prophecy. The show offers a fascinating blend of Eastern and Western mythologies. You can catch the adventures of a powerful mage Moiraine played by Rosamund Pyke starting September 1 on Amazon Prime Video.
The Fall of the House of Usher
Streaming on: Netflix Release date: October 12, 2023
The Fall of the House of Usher is an upcoming gothic horror drama by Mike Flanagan based on a short story of the great Edgar Allan Poe. The show follows the Usher siblings as they uncover dark family secrets. The series promises to be an intoxicating mix of horror, drama, and mystery, premiering on Netflix on October 12, 2023.
Streaming on: Netflix Release date: TBA
The Crown, the acclaimed historical drama about the British Monarchs and Queen Elizabeth II, is slated to return for its sixths and final season. The show’s meticulous attention to detail, sterling performances, and compelling storytelling have made it a must-watch for fans of historical dramas. The release date of the Season 6 is yet to be announced, but expected to come to our screens this Fall.
Streaming on: Netflix Release date: October 5, 2023
The French thriller-drama inspired by Maurice Leblanc’s Gentleman-thief character returns for its third season. The show follows Assane Diop as he uses his skills to expose corruption and seek justice. Its intricate plotting and charismatic lead performance have made it a hit with viewers worldwide. The show comes back on Netflix on October 5, 2023.
Streaming on: Disney+ Release date: October 5, 2023
As we have mentioned previously, this fall seems to be extremely superhero-rich. The Marvel’s trickster Loki is set to return for a second season on October 5, 2023 on Disney+. The show follows the adventures of the Asgardian god, whose adventures are accompanied by his female trickster counterpart. We sure hope this show will not disappoint us, as The Secret Invasion did.
Premiering on: Netflix Streaming on: Netflix Release date: November 19, 2023
Anything that Stephen Graham does is worth watching. This time, the master of accents appears in the Netflix original, Bodies, a psychological detective drama, where four detectives are solving the case in different timeline’s with one body. Coming to your TV screens on November 19, 2023.
The Gilded Age
Streaming on: MAX (HBO Max) Release date: October 29, 2023
Season 2 of a historical drama that explores the lives of the wealthy elite in 19th century New York comes back on October 29, 2023 on MAX. The show is created by Julian Fellowes, the mastermind behind Downton Abbey, and promises to deliver a lavish portrayal of this decadent era.
Streaming on: Amazon Prime Release date: November 3, 2023
Season 2 of Invincible, the animated superhero series, is returning on November 3, 2023. The show follows a teenager who develops superpowers and learns to navigate his new abilities while dealing with the complexities of his personal life and finding out that his father is not really a hero he thought he was (to say the least). Quite possibly the best show produced by Amazon Studios, don’t miss out on this one!
Streaming on: Paramount+ Release date: October 12
Paramount+ decided to play the nostalgia note by reviving the beloved sitcom, Frasier, 19 years after the last episode. The show follows the life of psychiatrist Frasier Crane as he returns to his hometown of Seattle and starts a new life and rekindle the relationship with his son. The show’s witty humor and engaging characters have made it a classic.
How to Access Streaming Platforms with a VPN
Many streaming platforms, such as Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+, and Amazon Prime, are region-restricted due to licensing policies. This means that some content may not be available in certain countries. Aside from Netflix, many popular streaming services are restricted to a certain region, like MAX and ITV. However, using a Virtual Private Network like ZoogVPN can help get around these circumstances. A VPN masks your IP address, making it seem like you’re browsing from a different location. This allows you to access content from any region, ensuring that you don’t miss out on your favorite shows. Plus, a VPN also provides an added layer of security, protecting your data from potential threats, especially if you’re traveling a lot and happen to use public Wi-Fi hotspots or hotel Wi-Fi.