Fall Back Into Streaming: Your Fall 2019 TV Guide

Fall is coming and it’s time to cozy up and put your favorite sweater on for a season full of streaming. Find out when your favorite shows are returning and which new series to look out for. Just plug in your Azulle Mini PC to your TV and start streaming.

American Horror Story: 1984, Season 9

Premiering at 9 p.m on FX – Wednesday, September 18

America’s favorite anthology series is back with a whole new theme. This season the setting looks to be inspired by the 1980s slasher films. There’s not much information about 1984 but we do know that Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson won’t be starring in season 9 but Olympic medalist Gus Kenworthy will play the role of Emma Roberts’ boyfriend. Nonetheless, expect major suspense, a creepy forest, and lots of screaming.

Modern Family, Season 11

Premiering at 9 p.m on ABC – Wednesday, September 25

Although we all thought season 10 was going to be the final season, the creators had a different plan. In the previous season, the characters faced turning points in their life and reached personal enrichment but producer, Christopher Llyod stated “we have chosen a different path by doing one more season”. It’s time to embark on the final journey with our favorite TV family. Expect tears and laughter and hopefully a happily ever after ending for each family member.

Survivor, Season 39

Premiering 8 p.m on CBS – Wednesday, September 25

It’s time for another season of watching a group of strangers compete for 1 million dollars on an isolated island. This season two Survivor winners, Boston Rob and Sandra Diaz, considered to be masters at the game, will be returning to coach the players throughout their journey. The theme is ‘Island of the Idols’ so get ready for all the lies, deceit, and unique gameplay from starving castaways vying for the million dollar prize.

How to Get Away with Murder, Season 6

Premiering 10 p.m. on ABC – Thursday, September 26

As the drama reaches its peak, the series is coming to an end and we were left with so many cliffhangers in the last season finale. With Laurel and Christopher missing, the FBI agent trying to take down Annalise, Emmett being poisoned, and so much more. For 5 seasons, these law students have dodged jail time thanks to Ms. Keating but will happen in this series finale. I think the one way we all want this to end is for Annalise to be free from all the drama caused by her students.

Grey’s Anatomy, Season 16

Premiering 8 p.m. on ABC – Thursday, September 26

Get ready for another time warp when Season 16 returns. According to TVLine’s exclusive with Krista Vernoff, the cliffhangers that were left during the Season 15 finale will be addressed “pretty immediately” in this upcoming season. But shortly after clearing up what happened during the finale, the season will experience a time lapse but it is not revealed how much of a time jump it would be. As well as the time warp, Grey’s Anatomy is planning a big return from a favorite character. Spoiler, it’s not Izzie Stevens (Katherine Heigl).

Evil, Season 1

Premiering at 10 p.m. on CBS – Thursday, September 26

In fall, things get spooky and this new series will get you in your Halloween spirit. Evil is a series about the battle between science and religion. It follows a clinical psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a blue collar contractor as they investigate incidents and determining if it can be explained by science or if it is truly work of the supernatural and possession.

Batwoman, Season 1

Premiering at 8 p.m. on The CW – Sunday, October 6

A new superhero is making their way to your TV screen and her name is Kate Kane, aka Batwoman. Batwoman is set t o be three years after Batman mysteriously disappears, the Gotham City Police Department is overrunned and Gotham city is in despair. This of course calls for a new hero to be born. But Kate Kane won’t immediately become a hero, she has to overcome her demons before becoming Gotham’s symbol of hope.

The Crown, Season 3

Premiering on Netflix – Friday, November 17

After a long 20 months of waiting, The Crown is coming back with a new season and new cast. Olivia Colaman has taken the role of Queen Elizabeth II for both season 3 and 4. This season will take place between 1964 and 1977 and will feature the breakup of the extraordinary marriage between Princess Margaret and Earl of Snowden. Besides the breakup, Season 3 is set to be more hopeful and funnier.

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