TV Kiese's Fall TV Premiere List For New And Returning Shows
Welcome to a fall TV season unlike any other. Most of your favorite shows – This Is Us, Bull, NCIS, The Good Doctors – won't return until November or sometime next year because of production delays due to COVID-19.
But you'll find some returning favorites here, including The Voice and The Simpsons.
And to be sure, there will be a few new fall shows, such as Fox's Filthy Rich primetime soap with Kim Cattrall held from last year's schedule.
However, seven of the new series are acquired series, such as NBC's Transplant from Canada; CW's Swamp Thing from the DC Universe series; CBS' Star Trek: Discovery from CBS All Access; Fox's L.A.'s Finest from Spectrum Originals; CW's Devils with Patrick Dempsey from Sky Italia; and CBS' One Day At A Time revival with Rita Moreno from Pop (Mondays).
Here's my list:
TUESDAY, SEPT. 8
10 p.m.: Transplant, NBC. Second episode of Canadian import starring Hamza Haq (Quantico) as a Syrian doctor and war veteran working in a Canada hospital.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9
7 p.m.: CET/ThinkTV Action Auction, WCET-TV and WPTD-TV. Simulcast airs 7-11 p.m. through Friday, and 3 p.m.-midnight Saturday.
10 p.m.: 48 Hours: Suspicion, CBS.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 10
8:20 p.m.: NBC Sunday Night Football (Houston Texas at Kansas City Chiefs), NBC.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 11
8 p.m.: 9/11 Remembered: The Day We Came Together, ABC. President Barack Obama opens the 9/11 Memorial Museum in May 2014.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 12
3 p.m.: CET/ThinkTV Action Auction, WCET-TV and WPTD-TV. Ends at midnight.
10 p.m.: 48 Hours, CBS, season premiere.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 13
8 p.m.: The Masked Singer, Fox, fourth season preview.
8:20 p.m.: NBC Sunday Night Football (Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams), NBC.
MONDAY, SEPT. 14
Noon: Drew Barrymore, WXIX-TV. The Golden Globe-winning actress tries her hand at daytime talk from Los Angeles. (To make room for Barrymore, Channel 19 shifts 25 Words or Less to 1 p.m.; the daytime Jeopardy! repeat moves to 1:30 p.m.
2 p.m.: Protection Court, Channel 12.2. Judge Carroll Kelly's domestic relations cases move from Channel 19, replacing Personal Injury Court.
8 p.m.: Dancing With The Stars, ABC, season premiere with new host Tyra Banks.
8 p.m.: American Ninja Warrior, NBC, second episode.
10 p.m.: VOMO: Vote or Miss Out, ABC. Kevin Hart hosts a "nonpartisan comedy special" encouraging voting with Will Ferrell, Tim Allen, Jay Leno, Tiffany Haddish, Michelle Obama, Cindy McCain, Arnold Schwarzenegger and others.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 15
9 p.m.: The Presidential Town Hall: Your Voice, Your Vote with President Trump and George Stephanopoulos, ABC.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16
8 p.m.: 55th Academy of Country Music Awards, CBS. Hosted by Keith Urban from Nashville.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17
7:30 p.m.: Thursday Night Football (Bengals at Browns) pregame; kick-off at 8:20 p.m., NFL Network, WKRC-TV.
8 p.m.: CNN Town Hall with Joe Biden, CNN. Hosted by Anderson Cooper
FRIDAY, SEPT. 18
8 p.m.: Masters Of Illusion, CW, season premiere.
9 p.m.: World's Funniest Animals, CW, season premiere.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 20
7:30 p.m.: 60 Minutes, CBS, 53rd season premiere.
8 p.m.: 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, with host Jimmy Kimmel. ABC.
MONDAY, SEPT. 21
9 a.m.: People's Court, WSTR-TV. Channel 64 replaces the Caught In Providence court show with Judge Marilyn Milian. Additional episodes continue to air noon-1 p.m. on Channel 64.
8 p.m.: L.A.'s Finest, Fox. In this pick-up from Spectrum cable by Jerry Bruckheimer, Gabrielle Union plays a Los Angeles police officer paired with Jessica Alba.
9 p.m.: Filthy Rich, Fox. New primetime soap starring Kim Cattrall as the widow of a Christian TV network star (Gerald McRaney) with three illegitimate children written into his will.
10 p.m.: Manhunt: Deadly Games, CBS. Broadcast premiere for this Spectrum Originals series about the 1996 Olympics terrorist attack in Atlanta starring Cameron Britton, Carla Gugino and Jack Huston.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 22
8 p.m.: Cosmos: Possible Worlds, Fox. Broadcast premiere of the National Geographic Channel series.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23
8 p.m.: The Masked Singer, Fox, season premiere.
9 p.m.: I Can See Your Voice, Fox. Cheryl Hines, Adrienne Bailon-Houghton and Ken Jeong and other celebrities help one contestant tell the difference between good and bad singers, without ever hearing them sing a note.
THURSDAY, SEPT. Sept. 24
8 p.m.: Celebrity Family Feud, ABC, season premiere.
9 p.m.: Press Your Luck, ABC, season premiere.
10 p.m.: Match Game, ABC, season premiere.
10 p.m.: Star Trek: Discovery, CBS. Broadcast premiere of CBS All Access series starring Sonequa Martin-Green.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 25
8 p.m.: Greatest #AtHome Videos, CBS, season premiere.
10 p.m.: Dateline NBC, NBC, season premiere.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 27
8 p.m.: iHeartRadio Music Festival, CW, first night.
8 p.m.: The Simpsons, Fox, season premiere.
8:30 p.m.: Bless The Harts, Fox, season premiere.
9 p.m.: Bob's Burgers, Fox, season premiere.
9:30 p.m.: Family Guy, Fox, season premiere.
MONDAY, SEPT. 28
8 p.m.: iHeartRadio Music Festival, CW, second night.
10 p.m.: Weakest Link, NBC. Jane Lynch hosts a revival of the British game show.
1:30 a.m.: Schitt's Creek, WSTR-TV. Repeats of the Canadian and Pop TV series created by Eugene and Dan Levy about a former wealthy family living in a small-town motel.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 29
8 p.m.: Love Island, CBS, second season finale.
9 p.m.: First Presidential Debate. Chris Wallace (Fox News Channel) moderates in Cleveland.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2
8:30 p.m.: Connecting, NBC. Seven friends keep in touch by video chats.
FRIDAY, OCT. 2
9 p.m.: Undercover Boss, CBS, season premiere.
SUNDAY, OCT. 4
8 p.m.: Pandora, CW, season premiere.
9:30 p.m.: Old School, CBS. Will Ferrell, Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn 2003 campus comedy.
TUESDAY, OCT. 6
8 p.m.: Swamp Thing, CW. Pick-up of the canceled DC Universe series starring Crystal Reed as a Louisiana doctor investigating a swamp-born virus.
8 p.m.: Ellen's Games of Games, NBC, season premiere.
9 p.m.: Next, Fox. John Slattery (Mad Men) and Fernanda Andrade (The First) star in a drama from 24: Legacy producers about a deadly, rogue artificial intelligence threatening humanity.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7
8 p.m.: Devils, CW. Patrick Dempsey stars in this international financial drama, produced by Sky Italia, set in the London office of a U.S. bank.
9 p.m.: Vice Presidential Debate. Susan Page (USA TODAY) moderates in Salt Lake City.
9 p.m.: Coroner, CW. Canadian series starting Serinda Swan as a widowed doctor investigating suspicious deaths in Toronto.
THURSDAY, OCT. 8
7:30 p.m.: NFL Thursday Night Football (Tampa Bay at Chicago), kick-off at 8:20 p.m., Fox.
8 p.m.: Supernatural, CW, season premiere.
9 p.m.: The Outpost, CW, season premiere.
SUNDAY, OCT. 11
9:30 p.m.: Clueless, CBS. Repeat of 1995 Alicia Silverstone film about Beverly Hills High School students..
MONDAY, OCT. 12
9 p.m.: One Day At A Time, CBS. Broadcast premiere of this Pop and Sony Pictures Television series starring Justina Machado and Rita Moreno in a Cuban-American family, inspired by Norman Lear's 1975 sitcom.
TUESDAY, OCT. 13
8 p.m.: The Bachelorette, ABC, season premiere.
8 p.m.: Swamp Thing, CW, time period premiere.
9 p.m.: Tell Me A Story, CW. This anthology series re-imagines childhood fairy tales as dark and twisted stories set in New York City.
10 p.m.; The FBI Declassified, CBS. Alana De La Garza narrates this six-part series from 48 Hours producers about the biggest cases handled by FBI agents and analysts.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14
8 p.m.: 2020 Billboard Music Awards, NBC. Hosted by Kelly Clarkson.
9 p.m.: The Amazing Race, CBS, season premiere.
THURSDAY, OCT. 15
9 p.m.: Second Presidential Debate. Steve Scully (C-SPAN) moderates in Miami, Fla.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16
8 p.m.: Shark Tank, ABC, season premiere.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18
7 p.m.: America's Funniest Home Videos, ABC, season premiere.
8 p.m.: Supermarket Sweep, ABC. Hosted by Leslie Jones.
8 p.m.: Ferris Bueller's Day Off, CBS. John Hughes' 1986 film about a high school student (Matthew Broderick) in Chicago.
9 p.m.: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, ABC, season premiere.
10 p.m.: Card Sharks, ABC, season premiere.
MONDAY, OCT. 19
8 p.m.: The Voice, NBC, season premiere.
THURSDAY, OCT. 22
8 p.m.: Superstore, NBC, season premiere.
9 p.m.: Third Presidential Debate. Kristen Welker (NBC News) moderates in Nashvhille.
SUNDAY, OCT. 25
8:30 p.m.: Scream, CBS. Repeat of 1996 film about a killer terrorizing young women (Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, Rose McGowan, Drew Barrymore).
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28
9 p.m.: Big Brother, CBS, 22nd season finale.
SUNDAY, NOV. 1
8 p.m.: Star Trek Beyond, CBS. The 2016 theatrical film about Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and the gang.
TUESDAY, NOV. 10
9 p.m.: This Is Us, NBC, season premiere.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11
8 p.m.: Chicago Med, NBC, season premiere.
9 p.m.: Chicago Fire, NBC, season premiere.
10 p.m.: Chicago P.D., NBC, season premiere.
THURSDAY, NOV. 12
10 p.m.: Law & Order: SVU, NBC, season premiere.
FRIDAY, NOV. 13
8 p.m.: The Blacklist, NBC, season premiere.
THURSDAY, NOV. 19
8 p.m.: Supernatural: The Long Road Home, CW.
9 p.m.: Supernatural, CW, series finale.
SUNDAY, NOV. 22
8 p.m.: 2020 American Music Awards, ABC.
SUNDAY, NOV. 29
8:30 p.m.: Coming To America, CBS. Eddie Murphy's 1988 comedy about a pampered African prince coming to America to find a bride.