TV Shows Premiering September 18 – 24

18 Sep

Continuing our quick rundowns of which shows are returning or premiering in the upcoming week. Check your local listings for times. Note: As more shows premiere week-to-week, I’m not going to attempt to comment on all of them, just the ones I watch, or have something to say about. Others I’ll just note with the season and anything else that’s noteable.

source: The TV Addict

Monday, September 18

Dancing With the Stars (ABC). Season 25 Premiere.

Tuesday, September 19

Jerry Before Seinfeld (Netflix) Special. A Jerry Seinfeld comedy club special featuring never-before-seen material and childhood videos.

Wednesday, September 20

Channel Zero: No-End House (SyFy). Season 2 Premiere. The horror anthology series that isn’t American Horror Story kicks off its second run of six episodes, subtitled “No-End House”. From the SyFy Wire: “When four friends enter the house, they learn that it is more than a haunted mansion. Confronted with strangely personal horrors in each room, they must try to find an escape.” Based on the first season, this is a strong recommend.

The Good Place (NBC). Season 2 Premiere. The off-kilter sitcom featuring Kristen Bell as a venal woman who ends up in the wrong afterlife finished off its first season with a game-changing twist that totally flipped the script. Probably one of the returning series that I’m most looking forward to.

Big Brother (CBS). Season 19 Finale. The winner of Season 19 is crowned.

Thursday, September 21

Gotham (Fox). Season 4 Premiere. The Gotham City before Batman edges closer to Bruce Wayne becoming a vigilante in the Season 4 Dawn of Night sequence.

The Orville (Fox). Timeslot Premiere. After a number of airings on Sunday nights following football, the Seth McFarlane space comedy moves to its regular timeslot. I still haven’t watched it, but my daughter found it funny.

Friday, September 22

Fuller House (Netflix). Season 3 becomes available.

Transparent (Amazon). Season 4 becomes available.

Sunday, September 24

60 Minutes (CBS). Season 50 Premiere. The venerable news magazine starts its 50th season on the air.

Star Trek: Discovery (CBS). Series Premiere. Like last year’s The Good Fight (the well-reviewed spinoff of The Good Wife), the latest installment of the Star Trek franchise debuts on the network’s broadcast channel, only to have its remaining episodes air weekly on its CBS All Access subscription service. So if you watch the premiere and get hooked, it’s gonna cost you to see the rest.

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