Instead of a giant schedule of shows, I'm going to just start a new thread, and start linking to some articles on the new shows to look for. Hopefully we will all have some shows to share and discuss.
I saw this on NPR today.
NPR's Fall TV Preview: 11 New Shows To Watch Out For
The shows they discuss:
The Deuce, HBO (Sunday, Sept. 10)
Star Trek: Discovery, CBS All Access (Sunday, Sept. 24)
Young Sheldon, CBS (Tuesday, Sept. 26)
Will & Grace, NBC (Thursday, Sept. 28)
Ghosted, Fox (Sunday, Oct. 1)
The Gifted, Fox (Monday, Oct. 2)
The Mayor, ABC (Tuesday, Oct. 3)
Dynasty, The CW (Wednesday, Oct. 11)
I Love You, America, Hulu (Thursday, Oct. 12)
White Famous, Showtime (Sunday, Oct. 15 )
The Last O.G., TBS (Tuesday, Oct. 24)
I just saw a trailer The Deuce and the description makes it all the more appealing:
The Wire creator David Simon has assembled a compelling drama about the rise of the porn industry around Times Square in the 1970s — back when Manhattan's 42nd Street, nicknamed "The Deuce," was way too seedy for Disney stores.
Don't be distracted by the gimmick of James Franco playing twins who each run a brothel and a bar, or the sight of male equipment on a show where the nudity is equal opportunity. Instead, focus on the story of how the legalization of porn created a billion-dollar industry and Maggie Gyllenhaal's daring, explicit performance as a prostitute turned porn director. — Eric Deggans
But overall, I have to say, it feels a bit like the golden Age of TV is beginning to recess a bit. Still much more TV to watch than I have time. But the number of new shows I am interested in has dropped considerably. Some of that is that I might just be burned out on the next cool thing. I'm still enjoying many of the last cool things.
What are you looking forward to that is coming back? I'm mostly looking forward to where they take both The Exorcist (FOX) and Outcast (Cinemax). Both are possession tales, but are also much different from each other. I still haven't gotten a chance to start The Sinner, which is supposed to be another possession tale with Jessica Biel. Not sure what is driving this as the new monster stories. But I have an odd fascination with them.