The wait is over; fall 2021 promises to have more than one epic season premiere people have been dying to watch. From the intense Marvel Disney+ series' that have everyone talking to the third installment of the American Crime Story anthology, this autumn season isn't lacking in must-watch television.
To discover your next binge-worthy show, keep scrolling!
Impeachment: American Crime Story
The highly-anticipated, and much-overdue, third installment of Ryan Murphy's American Crime Story anthology is coming to FX in early September. Impeachment follows the infamous scandal of former president Bill Clinton, the subsequent trials, and his fall from grace.
Starring Clive Owen, Edie Falco, Beanie Feldstein, and Sarah Paulson, this is one series history buffs aren't going to want to miss.
DC's Legends Of Tomorrow - Season 7
Sara Lance is ready to take her team of misfits time-traveling yet again in season 7 of the Arrowverse spin-off series DC's Legends of Tomorrow. While nothing ever seems to go as planned, nothing stops the legends from correcting the timeline and fighting off bad guys who try and hurt the ones they love.
Be sure to tune into the popular CW series to see what kind of mischief the legends get into next!
Lucifer - Season 6
After getting canceled, picked up, canceled again, only to have a final season, fans of the Netflix series Lucifer are finally getting an ending to the King of Hell's story.
Well, technically, he's now God, but who knows what's going to happen in the final sixth season between Lucifer and his human friends on Earth.
Star Wars: Visions
The highly-anticipated Star Wars: Visions animated series is coming in Disney+ in late September. Created by Japanese studios, the series combines anime-style animation with the story people have come to love, one in a galaxy far, far away.
While Visions isn't a continuation of the Skywalker saga, it's sure to bring some new and intense plots to the beloved tale.
Dexter: New Blood
After a disappointing series finale, Showtime is finally giving fans what they've been waiting for -- a conclusion to one of the most notorious fictional serial killers, Dexter Morgan. Set ten years post-finale, Dexter: New Blood finds Dexter living in Iron Lake, New York, under the name Jim Lindsay.
With Deb as the new "dark passenger," this mini-series is the fall content everyone should tune into.
Doom Patrol - Season 3
At the end of season two, fans couldn't wait until season three of Doom Patrol hit the small screen of HBO Max. Thankfully, the wait is almost over, with the DC superheroes heading back to fight crime in late September.
Starring Matt Bomer, Brendan Fraser, April Bowlby, Diane Guerrero, and more, this is one series premiere DC fans will not want to miss.
Grey's Anatomy - Season 18
When it comes to Grey's Anatomy, it seems like fans can't get enough of the drama! Star Ellen Pompeo is back and better than ever in season 18 of the critically acclaimed medical drama.
All people have to do is hold on just a little while longer. The series premiere is slotted for September 30, 2021, on ABC.
Batwoman - Season 3
After a lot of casting mishaps and delays, season three of Batwoman is a go on The CW come October 13, 2021!
From more of Luke Fox's Batwing to the introduction of new characters and villains, season 3 is sure to be one wild ride for the Bat Team in Gotham City.
Walker - Season 2
A modern adaptation of the long-running series Walker, Texas Ranger, the AMC series Walker was a hit after the conclusion of its first season.
Starring Jared Padalecki as Cordell Walker, the second season follows the character as he contemplates his life as a ranger, even though there is a new threat in town -- the Del Rio crime syndicate.
The Flash - Season 8
The CW's The Flash is coming in for one more fast and wild ride in an eighth and final season. As it turns out, Barry Alan, Iris, and Frost aren't going to be the only ones showing up for the epic five-part Armageddon event.
Fans of the Arrowverse spin-off series will see Mia Queen, Alex Danvers, Batwoman, the Atom, and even Damian Darhk come back for an intense battle against an alien threat.
The Pioneer Woman - Season 29
Food fans unite for another season of Ree Drummond's cooking show, The Pioneer Woman. On The Food Network, this popular cooking series is about to air its Season 29 premiere in early September.
So, it's time to strap in and head over to the frontier with Ree for some cooking inspiration!
In November, fans of the anime series Cowboy Bebop are in for a treat. That month, the live adaptation is coming to Netflix.
The series follows the same ragtag team of bounty hunters fans of the original series have come to know and love, traveling across the universe as they bring criminals to justice.
Young Sheldon - Season 5
Season 4 of Young Sheldon left off a sad and sour note, with George and Mary getting into a heated argument and the latter grabbing his car keys and heading to a bar before they can make up.
Well, for fans who have watched The Big Bang Theory, they know that things are about to go downhill for the family dynamic in season 5. But only watching the premiere on CBS in October will tell!
Riverdale - Season 6
In November, Riverdale is back and more mysterious than ever. Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica, Cheryl, and Toni are not only adults, but they're getting an entirely new timeslot on The CW -- changing from Wednesday to Tuesday nights at 10:00 pm EST.
While the time is changing, one thing is bound to stay the same, the gang is slated to get caught up in something bizarre.
Hawkeye, the Disney+ series Marvel fans have been waiting for, is finally coming airing in November. Following Clint Barton, as he trains a protégé, Kate Bishop, the series takes place after the events of Endgame.
Part of Phase Four of the MCU, the series is rumored to include some new fan favorites, including Florence Pugh's Black Widow character Yelena Belova.
The CW is introducing a new mystery to the network in November, the 4400. Following a group of 4,400 people who mysteriously vanished over the last century only to reappear, the network is once again going to leave viewers scratching their heads and vying for more.
Oh, and those 4,400 people haven't aged a day and don't remember a thing.
The Circle - Season 3
Welcome back to The Circle, the reality series where everyone can literally be anyone, and people don't know if a contestant is telling the truth. A mix between Big Brother and Catfish, the premise of the reality show has people isolated in their homes, only talking to people via "The Circle."
It's intense, dramatic, and coming back for a third binge-worthy season on Netflix in September.
Y: The Last Man
Based on a popular comic book, Y: The Last Man is about to be all anyone can talk about. Premiering on FX and Hulu in September, the series follows Yorick Brown and his pet monkey Ampersand as they navigate the world post-androcide, the destruction of all males.
The highly-anticipated premiere will be two hours long.
The Voice - Season 21
The popular singing competition The Voice is back and more intense than ever. With new coaches coming in for Season 21 of the NBC series, anything is possible for those picked for a team.
Ariana Grande makes her coaching debut this upcoming season while veteran coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend.
Legacies - Season 4
Fans of the Vampire Diaries universe series Legacies have waited long enough. After the third season of the series came to an abrupt halt, the cliffhanger ending will finally be answered in October with the premiere of the fourth season.
Will Hope be able to take down Malivore? All will be answered soon enough!