A Guide To Navigating TV’s Biggest Fall Yet

A Guide To Navigating TV’s Biggest Fall Yet

Still reeling from the streaming revolution, television sits on the brink of its most consequential fall season yet. The “pluses” are coming. Both Apple and Disney will launch their streaming services in November, forcing into clarity a picture of what the splintered landscape beyond Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime will look like. (Probably bundling.)

Apple TV+ launches on Nov. 1, at the comparatively low monthly price of $4.99. Disney+ will launch Nov. 12 at the cost of $6.99. They will be followed in the spring by HBOMax and NBCUniversal’s streaming service. It’s the revolution within the revolution.

Don’t forget the networks, basic cable, and premium offerings, which plenty of people still watch the old fashioned way. It’s enough to make your head spin. In an effort to alleviate option paralysis as best we can, here are some top picks from every category. Stay strong, and may the Golden Age live on. (Just wait until Quibi hits.)

The Newcomers

The Morning Show, Apple TV+, 11/1

Dickinson, AppleTV+, 11/1

See, Apple TV+, 11/1

For All Mankind, Apple TV+, 11/1

The Mandalorian, Disney+, 11/12

The World According to Jeff Goldblum, Disney+, 11/12

The Networks

This Is US, NBC, 9/24

The Conners, ABC, 9/24

The Masked Singer, Fox, 9/25

Modern Family, ABC, 9/25 (final season)

The Good Place, NBC, 9/26 (final season)

Evil, CBS, 9/26

Saturday Night Live, NBC, 9/28

Bless the Harts, Fox, 9/29


Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Hulu, 9/4

The Politician, 9/27, Netflix

Letterkenny, Hulu, 10/4

Modern Love, Amazon, 10/18

Living with Yourself, Netflix, 10/18

The Kominsky Method, Netflix, 10/26

Jack Ryan, Amazon, 11/1

The Crown, Netflix, 11/17

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon, 12/6


Watchmen, HBO, 9/20

Catherine the Great, HBO, 10/21

Silicon Valley, HBO, 10/27 (final season)

Shameless, Showtime, 11/10

Back to Life, Showtime, 11/10

His Dark Materials, HBO, 11/4

Ray Donovan, HBO, 11/14


The Real Housewives of Dallas, Bravo, 9/4

Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik, Comedy Central, 9/6

A Very Brady Renovation, HGTV, 9/9 (Yes, really.)

Mr. Inbetween, FX, 9/12

American Horror Story: 1984, FX, 9/18

South Park, Comedy Central, 9/25

Crank Yankers, Comedy Central, 9/25

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, FX, 9/25

Halloween Wars, Food Network, 9/29

The Walking Dead, AMC, 10/6

Mr. Robot, USA Network, 10/6 (final season)

Emily Jashinsky is culture editor at The Federalist. You can follow her on Twitter @emilyjashinsky .
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