Fall TV is nearly upon us, but that doesn’t mean all of your favorite shows will be back. After all, cable and streaming platforms don’t follow the broadcast cycle, nor the Nielsen season.
That looseness of scheduling is likely one of the key factors aiding to the sheer quality of the series contained on our list. (Other factors include I.P., budget, talent, smaller episode orders, fewer guidelines from the Federal Communications Commission, etc.)
Rip the plastic off of your 2020 planner in anticipation of the below nine excellent offerings. Sorry to burst your bubble if you expected them any earlier.
Series: “Cobra Kai”
Premiere: First half of 2020
Series: “Better Call Saul”
Series: “Black Monday”
Premiere: Feb. 9, 2020
Series: “Impeachment: American Crime Story”
Season: 3 (of the “American Crime Story” anthology franchise)
Premiere: Sept. 27, 2020
Premiere: Feb. 16, 2020
Series: “The Haunting of Bly Manor”
Season: 2 (of the “Haunting” anthology franchise)
By the way, for broadcast TV’s fall premiere dates, click here. There are plenty of good shows on that list too.
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