Fall 2020 Series Premieres to Watch
Fall marks the beginning of new things- a new school year, new latte flavors, and of course, a ton of new and returning TV shows.
What is in store for this fall? With the pandemic calling for many changes to be made, that is a question viewers and television producers alike are asking themselves. Luckily, this fall has some promising new and exciting returning and new things to watch. Here are just a few shows that are premiering this autumn.
A thrilling adventure awaits as six campers uncover the wonders and secrets of Isla Nublar. Discover the other side of the island in Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, coming to @netflix September 18th! pic.twitter.com/u5Qsp2DKSI
— Jurassic World (@JurassicWorld) September 1, 2020
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous
In this spinoff show, kids are stranded on an adventure camp island and have to fend for themselves. The Netflix animated CGI series begins streaming on September 18. The voice actors/cast includes Jenna Ortega, Raini Rodriguez, Sean Giambrone, and more.
Based on the iconic movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, this series centers on antagonist nurse Mildred Ratched, played by American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson. It is created by Ryan Murphy. Ratched also includes Jon Jon Briones, Cynthia Nixon, Finn Wittrock, and Corey Stoll. It will premiere on September 18 only on Netflix.
This FOX show focuses on a Southern family that built their large fortune from televangelism. Kim Cattrall and Gerald McRaney star with director Tate Taylor (The Help) writing and directing. The series is based on a New Zealand show and will premiere on September 21 here in the states.
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The season four premiere of this FX series was originally supposed to happen in spring 2020 before production halted. Now, rival criminal forces vie for control in 1950’s Kansas City. The cast includes Chris Rock, Jessie Buckley, Ben Whishaw, and Jason Schwartzman. It was created and written by Noah Hawley. Episodes are also available the next day on Hulu. Fargo will premiere on September 27.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) August 27, 2020
There has already been much gossip about season 16 of this romantic reality show, which had to delay production and left fans without any content for the summer. They’ll have to wait a little longer, though, as the ABC spinoff of The Bachelor doesn’t air until October 13.
Yay! Than you @NBCSuperstore crew for going back into work for this
— Atomix10 (@Atomix105) August 27, 2020
Season six of this NBC comedy will have us returning to the Cloud 9 supercenter and bring some much-needed humor to the Covid-19 situation. We were also left hanging at the end of season five with the departure of Amy (America Ferrera), so fans will be happy when the show returns on October 22.
Netflix has yet to release a date for the fourth season of their animated hit, which follows adolescents Nick and Andrew (Nick Kroll and John Mulaney) as they go through puberty, changes in their bodies, and life. The series also stars Jessi Klein as Jessi, who was on the verge of moving last we saw her, and Maya Rudolph as her Hormone Monstress Connie (every pre-teen has one; Kroll voices Maurice the Hormone Monster for the young men). The series has already seen a cast change with the character of Missy.
We cannot wait for all these amazing shows to return. Be sure to mark your calendars for your favorites and keep your eyes peeled for more fall show announcements.