US Fall TV dates 2018

The US Fall season traditionally kicks off with the Emmy Awards, which take place on Tuesday September 18 (Australian time).

Here are the dates of most of the new and returning shows in the US across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

September 7:
Marvel’s Iron Fist
Atypical
Cable Girls

September 9:
The Deuce
Shameless
Kidding
The Last Ship

September 12:
American Horror Story

September 14:
American Vandal
BoJack Horseman
The First
Forever

September 16:
The Circus
Warriors of Liberty City

September 17:
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

September 18:
Total Divas
The Hunt for the Trump Tapes with Tom Arnold

September 21:
The Good Cop
Maniac
Dragon Pilot
Pete the Cat

September 23:
9-1-1

September 24:
The Good Doctor
The Big Bang Theory
Young Sheldon
Magnum P.I.
Bull
Manifest
The Resident

September 25:
NCIS
FBI
NCIS: New Orleans
This Is Us
New Amsterdam
The Gifted
Lethal Weapon
Mr Inbetween

September 26:
The Goldbergs
American Housewife
Modern Family
A Million Little Things
Single Parents
Survivor
Chicago Med
Chicago Fire
Chicago P.D.
Empire
Star
South Park
Norsemen

September 27:
Grey’s Anatomy
How to Get Away with Murder
Mom
Murphy Brown
S.W.A.T.
The Good Place
Law & Order: SVU

September 28:
McGyver
Hawaii Five-O
Blue Bloods
Last Man Standing
Hell’s Kitchen
Tracey Ullman’s Show
Chef’s Table
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father

September 29:
48 Hours
Lucky Dog
The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation
The Inspectors

September 30:
God Friended Me
NCIS: Los Angeles
The Simpsons
Bob’s Burgers
Family Guy
Rel
Poldark

September TBA:
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

October 1:
The Neighborhood
Happy Together

October 3:
SEAL Team
Criminal Minds

October 4:
Station 19
Superstore
The Good Place
Will & Grace
I Feel Bad
Law & Order: SVU

October 5:
Fresh Off the Boat
Speechless
Child Support
The Man in the High Castle
Dancing Queen
Big Mouth

October 7:
Madam Secretary
The Walking Dead
Star Wars: Resistance

October 9:
The Flash
Black Lightning

October 10:
Riverdale
All American

October 11:
Supernatural

October 12:
Blindspot
Dynasty
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
The Haunting of Hill House
The Romanoffs
Light as a Feather
Gold Rush

October 14:
The Alec Baldwin Show
Supergirl
Charmed
Camping

October 15:
Arrow

October 16:
The Conners
The Kids Are Alright
Black-ish
Splitting Up Together
The Rookie

October 19:
Lore
The Haunting of Hill House

October 22:
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

October 25:
Legacies
Deutschland 86

October 26:
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Castlevania

October 31:
Tell Me a Story

November 2:
House of Cards
Homecoming

November 4:
Outlander

November 7:
Clique

November 12:
Mars

November 16:
The Kominsky Method
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

November 17:
Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle

November 16:
Enemies: The President, Justice & The FBI

November 19:
The Little Drummer Girl

November 28:
Vikings

December 21:
Marvel’s Runaways

Source: Deadline

18 Comments:

  1. carolemorrissey

    A lot of those shows we’re still on the previous season or just finished it. Others like Lethal Weapon we’re still waiting for season 2 let alone 3. They are currently repeating season 1 so hopefully will go straight to season 2 when it finishes.

  2. The conners on October 16?? wow that’s not that far away. I didn’t even think it was a 100% go yet. Especially when Roseanne finished at the end of may. is this a typo? is it October next year?

  3. So the new season of Chicago Med will start and we haven’t even seen the last one here in Aus…. cheers Channel 9, fingers crossed they put it on over Summer….

  4. Since everyone is asking about fast track, David can you find out which shows will be fast tracked here. I want to know about quite a few of these shows, including Murphy Brown and Charmed etc. Thanks

  5. I have noticed 7 are telling us The Good Doctor will be back soon, so im hoping they play it after it’s shown over in the US.

    It would be nice if 7 gave us the latest series of Hell’s Kitchen instead of giving us a series that aired 6 years ago.

  6. David, do you know who, if anyone, has the rights to Murphy Brown in Australia?
    Do you know if Go! are going to fast track Survivor?
    Also I did not see Amazing Race on the list. Is it coming back & will Seven ever fast track it?

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