US Fall Dates 2019

September signals the start of Fall season in the US TV calendar with high profile shows set to return after the Emmy Awards.

This includes final seasons of Empire, The Good Place, Transparent, Madam Secretary, Mr. Robot, Supernatural, Arrow, Silicon Valley, The Man in the High Castle and Modern Family.

Here’s a selection of premiere dates across US broadcast, cable and streaming (including Apple TV+ an Disney+) in case you’re wondering when new episodes are available.

Wednesday, Sept. 18
American Horror Story: 1984,

Thursday, Sept. 19
First Wives Club,

Friday, Sept. 20
Disenchantment,
Criminal,
Inside Bill’s Brain,

Sunday, Sept. 22
71st Primetime Emmy Awards,

Monday, Sept. 23
The Neighborhood,
911,
All Rise,
Prodigal Son,
Bull,
The Good Doctor

Tuesday, Sept. 24
NCIS,
The Resident,
The Conners
FBI,
This Is Us,
Empire,
Mixed-ish,
Black-ish,
NCIS: New Orleans,
New Amsterdam,

Wednesday, Sept. 25
Survivor,
Chicago Med,
The Goldbergs,
Schooled,
Chicago Fire,
Modern Family,
Single Parents
Chicago PD.,
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,
South Park,

Thursday, Sept. 26
Young Sheldon,
Superstore,
Grey’s Anatomy,
Mom,
The Good Place,
Law & Order: SVU,
How to Get Away With Murder,

Friday, Sept. 27
The Politician,
Transparent,
Hawaii Five-0,
American Housewife,
Fresh Off the Boat,
Magnum P.I.,
Blue Bloods,

Saturday, Sept. 28
Saturday Night Live,

Sunday Sept. 29
The Simpsons,
God Friended Me,
Bless the Harts
Bob’s Burgers,
NCIS: Los Angeles,
Family Guy,
The Rookie,

Wednesday, Oct. 2
SEAL Team,
Almost Family,
SWAT,

Friday, Oct. 4
Big Mouth,
Raising Dion,
Goliath,
The Blacklist,

Sunday, Oct. 6
Batwoman,
Back to Life,
Supergirl,
The Walking Dead,
Madam Secretary,
Star Wars Resistance,
Mr. Robot,
Get Shorty,

Monday, Oct. 7
All American,
Black Lightning,

Tuesday, Oct. 8
The Flash,

Wednesday, Oct. 9
Riverdale,

Thursday, Oct. 10
Supernatural,
Legacies,

Friday, Oct. 11
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,
Charmed,
Dynasty,

Sunday, Oct. 13
Why We Hate,

Tuesday, Oct. 15
Arrow,
The Purge,

Friday, Oct. 18
Looking for Alaska,
Modern Love,

Sunday, Oct. 20
Watchmen,

Monday, Oct. 21
Catherine the Great,

Wednesday, Oct. 23
Castle Rock,

Friday, Oct. 25
The Kominsky Method,

Sunday, Oct. 27
Silicon Valley,
Mrs. Fletcher,

Friday, Nov. 1
The Morning Show,
See,
Dickinson,
For All Mankind,
American Son,
Queer Eye,
Jack Ryan,

Sunday, Nov. 3
Shameless,
Kidding,

Monday, Nov. 4
His Dark Materials,

Tuesday, Nov. 12
High School Musical,

Friday, Nov. 15
The Man in the High Castle,
Dollface,

Sunday, Nov. 17
The Crown,
Ray Donovan,

Wednesday, Nov. 20
Mad About You,

Friday, Dec. 6
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,

Sunday, Dec. 8
The L Word: Generation Q,

Friday, Dec. 13
The Expanse,
Runaways,

Wednesday, Dec. 18
Mad About You,

Source: Hollywood Reporter

8 Comments:

    • While there is capacity, it still costs money to acquire the programs and if they can’t make money on them, they won’t buy them. Most of the shows I watch from the US are on Hulu, day after airing in the US and in playout order. Australian free to air lost me years ago with the delayed showing, non showing and pulling shows. Never again.

  1. Australian free to air tv channels air date:

    Maybe one show next year, 6 months late
    Most 2021 or 2022 if we are lucky!!!

    Some Never!!!

    Come on 7,9 and 10. Lift your game and show them as soon as possible!

    • We will likely get The Good Doctor / Resident combo back early. We used to get Madam Secretary too but with it being bumped to a multichannel 10 might not bother with fast tracking.

      • To end The Good Doctor, 7 showed it the same day as in the U.S, so safe to say they will probably show it quickly after airing in U.S maybe not same day but maybe 1 week later?

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