Returning: Narcos: Season 3, Sept. 1, Netflix
Netflix’s intense series is back with its third season.
“All rules have changed for the narcos and their opponents — a fact many won’t realize until it’s too late”.
Now that the bloody hunt for Pablo Escobar has come to an end, in season three the DEA will turn its attention to the richest drug trafficking organisation in the world: the Cali Cartel. Led by four powerful godfathers, this cartel operates differently than Escobar’s, preferring to bribe government officials and keep its violent actions out of the headlines.
Returning: American Horror Story: Cult, Sept. 5, FX
The seventh season of Ryan Murphy’s cult anthology is heading back to the screen. What we know so far is that the season will revolve around cults, and will include horrifying clowns, bees a.k.a the trypophobia triggering hivemind, and of course, the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Returning: You’re the Worst: Season 4, Sept. 6, FXX
The critically acclaimed anti-romcom is heading back to the small-screen for its fourth season. Get ready to watch as the notorious commitment-phobes Gretchen and Jimmy experience more ups and downs in the show’s return.
Returning: BoJack Horseman: Season 4, Sept. 8, Netflix
The animated comedy BoJack Horseman is heading back to Netflix in September for season four.
“Where’s BoJack? Will he find what he’s looking for? Will he ever return to Hollywoo?”
The newest trailer tells us that Diane is now working on her own blog, Mr. Peanutbutter is running for governor, and Princess Carolyn is getting cozy with Ralph.
Returning: Outlander: Season 3, Sept. 10, Starz
Outlander returns for its third season this September, picking up with Jamie and Claire, who are separated by continents and centuries, as they attempt to make a life apart from one another while haunted by the memory of their lost love.
NEW: The Orville: Season 1, Sept. 10, Fox
The Orville is an upcoming comedy sci-fi television series created by, and starring, Seth MacFarlane.
The show is set 400 years into the future on the titular U.S.S. Orville, a mid-level exploration starship. The Orville is clearly inspired by the Star Trek franchise but introduces a more comedic tone.
NEW: The Deuce: Season 1, Sept. 10, HBO
Starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, HBO’s newest series The Deuce explores 1970s New York at the pioneering moments of what would become the billion-dollar American sex industry.
Returning: Fear the Walking Dead: Season 3, Sept. 10, AMC
Fear the Walking Dead returns for a third season. In this season, the show will follow the survivors as they arrive at the U.S. border to escape the zombie-infected Mexico – where they are bound to face new perils.
Returning: Better Things, Sept. 14, FX
Primetime Emmy winner Pamela Adlon is back in season two of Better Things.
The show follows a single mom who struggles to raise three girls while trying to maintain her career as an actor.
NEW: American Vandal: Season 1, Sept. 15, Netflix
The Netflix series American Vandal is a crime-satire that explores the aftermath of a costly school prank that left twenty-seven faculty cars vandalized with phallic images.
In the eight episode season, an aspiring sophomore documentarian investigates the crime to figure out who drew the dicks.
Returning: Vice Principals: Season 2, Sept. 17, HBO
It’s a new semester at North Jackson High, and season two of HBO’s Vice Principals is finally going to give more answers in the aftermath of last season’s shooting.
Returning: The Good Place: Season 2, Sept. 20, NBC
The NBC comedy The Good Place follows an Arizona woman who enters the afterlife and tries to become a better person by making amends for her bad behavior.
Returning: Channel Zero: The No-End House, Sept. 20, SYFY
Inspired by Brian Russell’s Creepypasta tale, Channel Zero: No-End House tells the story of a young woman named Margot Sleator, played by Amy Forsyth, who visits the No-End House, a bizarre house of horrors that consists of a series of increasingly disturbing rooms.
Returning: Gotham season 2, Sept. 21, FOX
Gotham is back for its fourth season this September. In the new season, vigilante Bruce Wayne dons a mask, Penguin tries to take over the city, Ed Nygma escapes and Scarecrow arrives in Gotham City.
Returning: Transparent: Season 4, Sept. 22, Amazon
In season three, the Pfeffermans take off on a spiritual and political journey as they dig deep into their family’s history. Maura heads to Israel to speak at a conference and makes a startling discovery.
Before long, the rest of the family joins her for an explosive adventure. Adrift in the desert, each member of the family ultimately set off on their own paths to find acceptance, love, and truth.
NEW: Star Trek: Discovery: Season 1, Sept. 24, CBS (Netflix AUS)
Star Trek returns 50 years after it first premiered, with Star Trek: Discovery. The series will feature a new ship, new characters, and new missions while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a generation of dreamers and doers.
NEW: Young Sheldon: Season 1, Sept. 25, CBS
The Big Bang Theory spin-off follows 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper as he grows up in East Texas and attends school.
NEW: The Good Doctor, Sept. 25, ABC
Bates Motel’s Freddie Highmore stars as Shaun Murphy in The Good Doctor, a young doctor with autism and savant syndrome who relocates from quiet country life to join a prestigious hospital’s surgical unit.
NEW: The Brave, Sept. 25, CBS
The Brave follows the complex world of our bravest military heroes who make personal sacrifices while executing the most challenging and dangerous missions behind enemy lines.
Returning: This Is Us: Season 2, Sept. 26, NBC
This Is Us follows a unique ensemble, some of whom share the same birthday, as their paths cross and lives intertwine. After a successful first season, the emotional show is back for a second.
NEW: Marvel’s Inhumans, Sept. 29, ABC
After the Royal Family of Inhumans is splintered by a military coup, they barely escape to Hawaii where their surprising interactions with the lush world and humanity around them may prove to not only save them, but Earth itself.