New on TV this fall

The upcoming television season is sure to excite! From broadcast to streaming, check out the new shows and season premieres in Fall 2022!


Abbott Elementary Season 2: Sept. 21

A documentary crew follows the teachers at Willard R. Abbott Elementary School, a predominantly Black public school in Philadelphia, including enthusiastic second-grade teacher Janine Teagues (Quinta Brunson) who aims to help her students.

Big Sky Season 3: Sept. 21

Detectives Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury) and Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick) work together to solve Lewis and Clark County, Montana crimes. Reba McEntire will join the show for season 3 as Sunny Brick, an outfitter with connections to many missing customers.

The Rookie: Feds: Sept. 27

Rookie LAPD Officer John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) teams up with FBI trainer Simone Clark (Niecy Nash) when a former student is suspected of terrorism after an explosion at a local power station.

Alaska Daily: Oct. 6

Eileen Fitzgerald (Hillary Swank), an award-winning investigative journalist from New York City, moves to Alaska in search of new beginnings. Following her fall from grace, Eileen joins a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage, seeking personal and professional redemption.

Additional season premieres:

  • The Conners Season 5: Sept. 21
  • The Goldbergs Season 10: Sept. 21
  • Home Economics Season 3: Sept. 21
  • Celebrity Jeopardy!: Sept. 25
  • The Rookie Season 5: Sept. 25
  • The Good Doctor Season 6: Oct. 3
  • Grey’s Anatomy Season 19: Oct. 6
  • Station 19 Season 6: Oct. 6


So Help Me Todd: Sept. 29

Todd Wright (Skylar Astin), a talented yet misguided private investigator, reluctantly agrees to work for his mother, Margaret (Marcia Gay Harden), as her law firm’s in-house investigator.

East New York: Oct. 2

Recently-promoted deputy inspector Regina Haywood (Amanda Warren) leads a diverse crew of officers and detectives in East New York, a blue-collar neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.

Fire Country: Oct. 7

Halfway through his prison sentence, Bode Donavan (Max Thieriot) gets the opportunity to join an unorthodox prison-release program. Searching for redemption and a reduced sentence, Donavan joins a team of firefighters in Northern California.


  • The Neighborhood Season 5: Sept. 19
  • Bob Hearts Abishola Season 4: Sept. 19
  • NCIS Season 20: Sept. 19
  • NCIS Hawaiʻi Season 2: Sept. 19
  • FBI Season 5: Sept. 20
  • FBI: International Season 2: Sept. 20
  • FBI: Most Wanted Season 4: Sept. 20
  • Survivor Season 43: Sept. 21
  • Young Sheldon Season 6: Sept. 29
  • Ghosts Season 2: Sept. 29
  • CSI: Vegas Season 2: Sept. 29
  • The Equalizer Season 3: Oct. 2
  • The Real Love Boat: Oct. 5
  • W.A.T. Season 6: Oct. 7
  • Blue Bloods Season 13: Oct. 7


Monarch: Sept. 11

Famous country stars Dottie Roman (Susan Sarandon) and Albie Roman (Trace Adkins) have spent their entire careers building the Roman dynasty. When their legacy is jeopardized, daughter Nicolette (Anna Friel) steps in to protect her family.


  • 9-1-1 Season 6: Sept. 19
  • The Cleaning Lady Season 2: Sept. 19
  • The Resident Season 6: Sept. 20
  • The Masked Singer Season 8: Sept. 21
  • The Simpsons Season 34: Sept. 25
  • The Great North Season 3: Sept. 25
  • Bob’s Burgers Season 13: Sept. 25
  • Family Guy Season 21: Sept. 25
  • Welcome to Flatch Season 2: Sept. 29
  • Call Me Kat Season 3: Sept. 29



The Voice Season 22: Sept. 19

Former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello joins John Legend, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani for the show’s 22nd season as they compete to find America’s next best singer.

La Brea Season 2: Sept. 27

A sinkhole collapses in the middle of Los Angeles, opening up a portal to the same location in 10,000 B.C., separating Eve Harris (Natalie Zea) and son Joshua from her estranged husband Gavin (Eoin Macken) and their daughter.


  • Quantum Leap: Sept. 19
  • New Amsterdam Season 5: Sept. 20
  • Chicago Med Season 8: Sept. 21
  • Chicago Fire Season 11: Sept. 21
  • Chicago PD Season 10: Sept. 21
  • Law & Order Season 22: Sept. 22
  • Law & Order: SVU Season 24: Sept. 22
  • Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3: Sept. 22
  • Lopez vs. Lopez: Nov. 4
  • Young Rock Season 3: Nov.

The CW

Walker: Independence: Oct. 6

After witnessing the murder of her husband, Abby Walker (Katherine McNamara) seeks revenge. Along her journey, she meets the rogue Hoyt Rawlins (Matt Barr), and the two find themselves in Independence, Texas.

The Winchesters: Oct. 11

Following the loser of her father, Mary Campbell (Meg Donnelly) recruits a team of monster hunters, including John Winchester (Drake Rodger), to carry on the family business. A spinoff of Supernatural, this series will follow the love story of Mary and John, the parents of Sam and Dean Winchester.


  • Kung Fu Season 3: Oct. 5
  • Walker Season 3: Oct. 6
  • All American Season 5: Oct. 10
  • All American: Homecoming Season 2: Oct. 10

Amazon Prime Video

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: Sept. 2

Set thousands of years before The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, this series chronicles the events of Middle-earth’s Second Age.


  • Jungle: 30


Andor: Sept. 21

Thief-turned-revolutionary Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) joins the Rebel Alliance to fight against the oppressive Galactic Empire. This series takes place five years before the events of Rogue One.


  • Growing Up: 8
  • Willow: Nov. 30


Los Espookys Season 2: Sept. 16

A group of friends “turn their love for horror into a peculiar business, providing horror to those who need it, in a dreamy Latin American country where the strange and eerie are just part of daily life.”

The Idol: Fall 2022

A female pop singer (Lily-Rose Depp) becomes romantically linked to an enigmatic Los Angeles club owner (Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye), who leads a cult in his free time.


  • The White House Plumbers: Fall 2022


Wedding Season: Sept. 8

Katie (Rosa Salazar), an engaged woman, begins an affair with Stefan (Gavin Drea) after they meet at a wedding. Two months later, on Katie’s wedding day, her husband is murdered. Stefan becomes a suspect in the murder, but he believes Katie is to blame for the crime.

Reasonable Doubt: Sept. 27

Defense attorney Jax Stewart (Emayatzy Corinealdi) earns a name for herself as she frequently challenges the Los Angeles justice system through her unconventional interpretations of the law.


  • Tell Me Lies: Sept. 7
  • Wedding Season: 8
  • Reboot: Sept. 20


Entergalactic: Sept. 30

Jabari (Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi), an aspiring young artist, moves into a new place in New York City and develops an interest in his neighbor Meadow (Jessica Williams), an eccentric photographer.

The Midnight Club: Oct. 7

A group of seven terminally-ill friends who live at the Rotterdam Home hospice make a pact that the first one to succumb to their illness must communicate with the others from the afterlife.

Wednesday: Fall 2022

When Wednesday Addams (Jenna Ortega) begins high school at Nevermore Academy, she attempts to master her powers and solve the supernatural mystery haunting her family, all while finding her place at a new school. The series is based on The Addams Family.


  • Devil in Ohio: Sept. 2
  • Cobra Kai Season 5: Sept. 9
  • Heartbreak High: Sept. 14
  • Cobra Kai Season 5: Sept. 9
  • Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2: Sept. 16
  • From Scratch: Oct. 21
  • Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities: Oct. 25


Vampire Academy: Sept. 15

Half-human, half-vampire, Dhampir Rosemarie “Rose” Hathaway (Sisi Stringer) is best friends with Moroi royalty Princess Vasilissa “Lissa” Dragomir (Daniela Nieves). When the two begin boarding school at St. Vladimir’s Academy, they must confront their class differences and the threat of evil.

A Friend of the Family: Oct. 6

The Brobergs are a typical Christian family devoted to their faith and community. However, when their daughter Jan is repeatedly kidnapped and manipulated by an exploitative family friend, their lives are forever changed.


  • Last Light: Sept. 8

By Emma Maring, TDS Communications Intern

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