While new movies might be tough to see in theaters this fall, there are still many highly anticipated TV shows coming that you can enjoy from the comfort of your living room at home. Streaming will continue to dominate the TV landscape this fall, but there will be some shows that you can catch on network television as well. Here are some of the top shows to watch this fall.
The Boys (Amazon Prime Video)
Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys was a surprising hit last year, and now the series is back with season two. The Boys is a fresh spin on the crowded superhero genre, similar in tone to Kick-Ass. If you happened to miss the first season, now is the perfect time to dive into the world of heroes that will be sure to surprise you as season two episodes will air weekly starting September 4th.
We Are Who We Are (HBO)
Call Me by Your Name director Luca Guadagnino will take on another coming-of-age story, except this time, it will air as a miniseries for HBO. We Are Who We Are follows two young Americans on an Italian army base from the perspective of a teenager finding their place in a complex and modern world. The series begins on September 14th.
The Emmy Award-winning anthology series will return on September 27th after originally set for a spring release date before COVID-19 shut down production. Season four of the series will star Chris Rock and tell the story of two crime syndicates battling in 1950s Kansas City in typical Fargo fashion.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC)
The Walking Dead universe is expanding once again, but this time with World Beyond. The latest spin-off of the long-running zombie series is set to debut on October 4th and will only consist of two seasons. The Walking Dead: World Beyond will tell the story of the first generation to grow up in the apocalypse.
The Mandalorian (Disney+)
The Mandalorian is undoubtedly another one of the top shows to watch this fall—and not just because of the return of Baby Yoda. Season two of The Mandalorian will arrive October 30th, and while not much is known about it just yet, the series will feature some familiar faces from the Star Wars universe in the upcoming season.
The Crown (Netflix)
The Crown will be returning to Netflix for its third season on November 17th. Featuring a star-studded cast of acclaimed British thespians, the upcoming season will follow the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, portrayed by Olivia Coleman, from 1964 to 1977.
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