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TV Fall Midseason Schedule (Note: This list doesn't include acquired shows, only those airing new episodes for the first time.) Fall TV's.


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The beloved YA book series, which was previously adapted as both a series and a movie in the '90s, is returning with an all-new cast on Netflix. They don't actually die, but Killer Camp is an homage to '80s slasher classics, placing a group of people at a woodsy camp where one of them is actually "a killer" offing other campers as they try to solve the whodunnit. Set in a future where monogamy, money, and history are outlawed and everyone gets all the drugs and sex they need to stay happy, Brave New World swiftly reveals its aspirational utopia to be anything but. Netflix, July 2 Oh, lord: This fantasy series is about a demon-hunting nun. Hulu, July 30 Hulu snatched up this coming-of-age BBC production that received a great deal of acclaim across the pond. Showtime, July 5 The boys are back! Stateless explores Australia's flawed immigration system and tells stories inspired by true events, following four very different families escaping various circumstances whose lives become intertwined while stuck in an immigration detention centre. But how many animated spin-off series have existed? Will she back out? The grave, unsettling story is said to examine the case and how it's left a Texas town divided, considering the conviction was based on the victim's word alone, potentially leaving a real perpetrator at large. Peacock, July 15 Peacock's got original comedies too. Just bookmark this curated list of the most promising new TV series and returning favorites coming to a small screen near you, and you'll always be in the know. Daniels is joined by Brendan Gleeson, Holly Hunter, William Sadler, and many others in the two-part, four-hour miniseries. Don't worry, though: More medieval battles are set to come, just over on Epix for Season 3. Showtime, August 9 A former child soldier and sex worker are brought together and sent down a revenge-fueled, murderous path in this BBC-produced miniseries. Who's to say! In the third season of this thriller, special agent Emily Byrne is on a case that has close ties to her family and takes her overseas. This seven episode docuseries features famous athletes including the likes of Lebron James, Alex Morgan, Usain Bolt, and others discussing pivotal moments of their careers. Showtime, October 4 Expect star Ethan Hawke to be at his self-righteous best as militant abolitionist John Brown in this seven-part limited series based on the novel by James McBride. Right on, man. The action-packed comedy resumes early September, joined by new cast member Patton Oswalt. Amazon Prime, July 3 Hanna isn't the only highly skilled teenage assassin. In Love Fraud , documentarian duo Heidi Ewing and Rachel Gady Jesus Camp investigate a man named Richard Scott Smith who duped women into relationships and stealing their assets throughout the Midwest for upwards of 20 years, and tell the story of his victims seeking justice today. Epix, July 26 There's no shortage of documentaries on Charles Manson, and last year -- upon the 50th anniversary of the Cielo Drive murders -- more than a few films around the subject matter like Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Charlie Says were released. Lee confidante J. The '80s-set comedy is about a posh London housewife who is forced to return home to her small Australian hometown and confront why she left years ago. He is apparently a changed man now and this reality show is said to illustrate the new-and-family-man-improved Ryan Lochte. If you thought the Psych heads got more than enough of the detective comedy, think again because a second full-length original movie is headed to Peacock. The late night show is returning with a new slate of guests for a virtual edition that was filmed in quarantine. The CW, July 16 By now, dating reality shows are getting pretty old -- which is why The CW is switching it up with this British show that murders contestants one by one each week. The workplace comedy will wrap up this summer with its third and final season. Sounds like one big ploy from Jack Donaghy. Peacock, July 15 Psych ran for eight seasons that wrapped up nearly six years ago, and it got its own original movie. In this crazy true crime docuseries, everything, plus manipulation and emotional abuse. Season 2 of this Prime drama inspired by the film of the same name is set to explore other young people like Hanna, now that she's discovered she's not the only one of her kind. But sounds twists are abound. Showtime, August 30 What's love got to do with it? The filmmaker along with Misha Green Underground created this horror period piece adapted from Matt Ruff's novel of the same name. The procedural based on M. The cast is back together for this home-recorded reunion, similar to what Parks and Recreation did earlier this year, but the new episode is more so an advertisement for what's happening at NBC than anything else. The series from Regular Show creator J. Netflix, July 31 More British teens behaving badly are coming down the Netflix pipeline. Hall's thriller series follows a coroner in Toronto investigating a string of mysterious deaths. The storied West Hollywood venue was founded in and saw many acts come through its doors, helping to launch the careers of acts including Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Dave Chappelle, and many others. The franchise that began in the '90s is actually a pretty big deal in Japan, having launched 13 total movies, including several American remakes, and now it's getting a Netflix series. Actually from Black Mirror writer William Bridges, the show is also an anthology set in the near future where science has reached a place where it's able to reveal who everybody's soulmate is. The Japanese show will explain the disturbing incidents that took place in the classic haunted house decades ago. HBO, July 24 This summer's the last time people will pass through the creepy happenings of this unassuming motel room, as HBO's horror anthology is ending with its upcoming fourth season. They aired Season 4 last year, and now everyone's favorite dark angel is coming back for a fifth installment on the streamer. Now Epix is revisiting the cult leader with a six-part docuseries, and it's definitely one for the true crime fanatics, as it's said to include never-before-seen interviews with Manson family members and reporters from the time. None, until this comedy that's set to debut this August! The British comedy is about a group of friends obsessed with a medieval video game called Kingdom Scrolls and their struggles both on and offline. Showtime, July 5 Documentarian Pat Kondalis Disgraced latest subject in this upcoming docuseries is Greg Kelley, a former high school football star who is in prison and seeking exoneration for the conviction of molesting a 4-year-old boy. FXX, July 9 You can settle into something delicious this July because more outrageous, bit-sized animated shorts from the series Cake are on the way. Peacock, July 15 Remember Ryan Lochte? Peacock, July 15 We all read it in that one class in school, or maybe you skimmed it instead, or maybe you didn't read it and were just lucky with your guesses on all the pop quizzes. A lot. One of the first shows from NBC's new streamer is about fake news. Epix, October 4 Amazon originally co-produced this period piece about the Roman invasion of Britannia for its first two seasons, but the streamer dropped out. The songwriter made a splash on Broadway writing the original music for the musical Waitress , and now she's moving her talents over to Apple to executive produce and provide music for this series about a musician struggling to make it and navigate life in NYC. What notable new and returning shows are on tap for ? The book is told from the perspective of a teenage slave played here by Joshua Caleb Johnson who joins Brown and his supporters in the bloody, tense period leading up to the American Civil War. Stuart, also star.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Hulu, July 28 O-T Fagbenle The Handmaid's Tale created and stars in this comedy as a former boy band star who tries to facilitate a comeback in his middle age in order to get his supermodel ex-girlfriend Jourdan Dunn back. David Schwimmer stars in this workplace sitcom about an American who hops across the pond to shake things up at the UK's government agency that handles cyber security. Netflix, July 31 The angsty, superpowered teens from the mind of My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way, who wrote the comics this series is based on, are back. In this teen show, a group of teenaged girls at an elite private school form a secret society to expose their bullies -- a plan that backfires once they get accused of something they didn't do. Acorn TV, July 13 Martin Compston and Sophie Rundle play a wealthy couple struggling to conceive in this British drama that unfolds into a bit of a thriller once they meet an year-old Mirren Mack of Sex Education who seems could be the solutions to all of their troubles. The Team USA Olympic swimmer that everyone thought was hot, and then was the center of so-called "Lochtegate" in which the athlete made a false report that he was robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro when he actually drunkenly caused damage to a gas station. Showtime, September 27 The prestige shows about the current administration are already on the way. Amazon Prime, July 17 Absentia is going international. The CW, August 5 This series has already aired two seasons in Canada and now it's making its way stateside. Happy haunting! It follows a Welsh year-old Bethan Gabrille Creevy whose experiences are loosely based on showrunner Kayleigh Llewellyn's own, documenting her struggles with teenhood and keeping her home life of her mentally ill mother and alcoholic father a secret from her classmates. HBO Max, July 9 This three-part documentary featuring Amy Schumer isn't quite a comedy special but a look at her life while she was still touring even as she was enduring a particularly difficult pregnancy. Showtime, October 4 A five-part docuseries about the famed Comedy Store stand-up club is on the way. Based on a graphic novel, this series follows a young woman who wakes up in a morgue with an artifact stuck in her back, learning she now has powers and is divinely chosen to be involved in a war between Heaven and Hell. He's keeping things grounded and down to Earth, though -- traveling across the globe with wellness Darien Olien to find the most sustainable ways to live. In The Capture , Shaun Emery plays a soldier on trial for murder in Afghanistan until his conviction is overturned due to poor footage of the incident… but then is forced to revisit the case again when more footage is unearthed. Quintel about a young couple and their 5-year-old daughter living in an LA duplex will finally get to see the light of day, though, on HBO Max. We're into it. Hold your horses, though, because it won't be the entire season: Wynonna Earp was one of the many series affected by the pandemic and only has half of the new season complete. Starz, July 12 This new drama was adapted from Katori Hall's acclaimed play Pussy Valley and focuses on a strip club in the Mississippi Delta, telling the stories of the women who work there. Season 1 will feature six different stories with varied tones and new cast members, each telling stories about true love. Also read: Netflix originals we're excited to see this year. While Season 1 focused on the investigator's search for a serial killer killing boys in late s NYC, Season 2 is about the kidnapping of a newborn. To bless us all in this hell of a year that has been, Queen Bey is dropping a visual album for the record about the beauty of Black culture, and it couldn't come at a better time. It comes from Rick and Morty writer Mike McMahan and explores the adventures of some of the lowest ranking members manning one of Starfleet's least important ships. Is she lying about being pregnant a la Baby Mama? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The sheer number of scripted television shows being produced each year — a whopping series aired across all networks, cable, and streaming services in — is staggering, and that doesn't even factor in the zillions of reality shows perpetually pumping out episodes. But while the percentage of quality shows has fallen over the past decade as a result, there's never been more to love or a wider variety of programming to watch. Jason Sudeikis plays the titular character in this new show that he also co-created, and actually originates in a character he used to play on NBC Sports. Netflix, July 3 That creepy ghost from The Grudge isn't done haunting you yet. This docuseries, which originally aired on Channel 4 in the UK, is about a dog rescue center in the British countryside and tells the adoption stories of all its four-legged friends. Peacock, July 15 Oh, no. Lovecraft Country follows a young man Jonathan Majors , his friend, and uncle as they travel across '50s Jim Crow South in search of his missing father, confronting the terrors of a racist America and literal monsters inspired by the work of horror writer H. When her dark magic abilities force her to leave her Druid village, young Nimue Katherine Langford teams up with a mercenary named Arthur Devon Terrell to fight against the Red Paladins and their ruthless leader Uther Pendragon. Peacock, July 15 Lost Speedways is exactly what you think it'd be about: lost speedways. Netflix, July 8 Cate Blanchett is one of the creators behind this Australian series that already aired down under to acclaim and is now headed stateside.