Top Fall 2018 TV Premieres | Byte Into Your September Streaming Guide

Summer is officially at an end, meaning it’s time to trade out your beach shorts and flip-flops for your coziest sweater and socks to welcome Fall. While we had fun in the Summer by going out, catching tans and eating ice cream galore – Fall is all about apple picking, pumpkin carving, and plugging your Byte Mini PC into your TV to watch the new seasons of your favorite shows.

We created the ultimate September TV streaming guide, so take note of the following dates so you can steam all of the new exciting premiers throughout this month. Enjoy!

Marvel’s Iron Fist

Marvel’s Iron Fist is rolling out season two, continuing the story of Danny Rand, who uses the power of the Iron Fist and his Kung Fu skills to fight crime in the NYC.

Premiering at Midnight PST on Netflix – Friday, September 7.

 

Atypical

Who doesn’t love a good rom-com? Atypical is releasing season two, continuing the story of Sam, a teen on the autism spectrum and his family. 

Premiering at Midnight PST on Netflix – Friday, September 7.

 

Shameless

The hit series Shameless will be returning with season nine, continuing to follow the crazy  Gallagher family – which consists of a single alcoholic father of six interesting kids,  led by his eldest daughter Fiona.  Stay entertained by the unique personalities of the Gallagher kids, as well as experience the sticky situations one or more of them end up getting into.

Premiering at 9PM PST on Showtime  – Sunday, September 9. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

American Horror Story: Apocalypse 

American Horror Story is back to add some spook into your Fall season. Season eight, Apocalypse, will be a crossover of season one Murder house, and season three Coven. Although we have no confirmation of what the Apocalypse season storyline holds, we are still sure it will be as excitingly frightful as the previous hit seasons.

Premiering at 10PM PST on FX Networks – Wednesday 12. Stream it the next day on Netflix, Hulu, or Prime Video.

 

The First

Written and produced by Beau Willimon, the creator of the hit Netflix original series House of Cards; The First follows the story of five people and their mission to be the first humans to step foot on Mars. The First will show us the personal, familial, and professional challenges faced by the astronauts and the ground team during their race to space.

Premiering at Midnight PST on Hulu – Wednesday, September 12.

 

The Good Cop

A new Netflix Original The Good Cop introduces Father & Son, Tony Sr. and Tony Jr. An apple fallen very far from the tree, Tony Jr. is a by-the-book NYPD detective, while his father, Tony Sr., is a former NYPD officer who does not like to play by the rules. It’ll be interesting to see how these two clashing personalities become unofficial partners in this piloting drama series.

Premiering at Midnight PST on Netflix – Friday, September 21.

 

Maniac

A new Netflix Original, Maniac tells the stories of Annie Landberb (played by actress Emma Stone) and Owen Milgrim (played by Jonah Hill), two strangers drawn together alongside ten other individuals by partaking in a mysterious pharmaceutical trial conducted by Dr. James K. Mantleray (played by Justin Theroux) which claims to completely repair any mental health problem one has, in a three-day drug treatment. Although assured no complications or side-effects would occur during the trial.. things do not end up going quite as expected. 

Premiering at Midnight PST on Netflix – Friday, September 21.

 

The Voice

Rolling into Season 15, The Voice will return for another competition. Last season was won by Brynn Cartelli, coached by Kelly Clarkson. Kelly Clarkson will be returning as a judge, alongside Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Jennifer Hudson. Watch these judges pick the best vocalists from blind auditions and coach them into winning singing battles for the claim of the grand prize: a recording contract.

Premiering at 8PM EST on NBC – Monday, September 24. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

 

The Big Bang Theory

A hit sitcom, The Big Bang Theory continues to follow the lovable scientist-nerd roommates Leonard and Sheldon, and their day-to-day comical interactions with their friends and girlfriends. The new season 12 will hold the honeymoon phase of Sheldon and Amy’s relationship, with the opener episode showing the newlyweds enjoying their post-wedding vacation.

Premiering at 8PM EST on CBS – Monday, September 24. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

This is Us

The eight-time Emmy-nominated series This is Us will be premiering its third season. This American drama follows the Pearson family, with parents Jack and Rebecca Pearson raising their two surviving kids Kevin and Kate, from a premature triplet pregnancy, and their adopted son Randall, known as the “Big Three”. To avoid spoilers, just know this family story brings us big smiles, as well as big tears as the episodes unfold!

Premiering at 9PM EST on NBC – Tuesday, September 25. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

 

Modern Family

Rolling into a tenth season, Modern Family will bring back our three favorite families – the Pritchetts, Dunphys, and Tuckers. Watch these comical families bond over raising their kids and running their family households.

Premiering at 10PM EST on ABC – Wednesday, September 26. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

Empire

After losing their Empire, the Lyons are still roaming. Season five of Empire will show us Lucious and Cookie finally remarried, and leave us watching to see what their next moves are, now that Empire Entertainment is lost.

Premiering at 8PM EST on FOX – Wednesday, September 26. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

Grey’s Anatomy

The top-rated fictional medical drama Grey’s Anatomy returns for a fifteenth season, continuing the roller-coaster story of Dr. Meredith Grey and Grey Sloan Memorial staff. This new season is expected to highlight Meredith’s experience balancing her life as a surgeon and single mother, investigate her family history. There is also revealed to be a new love interesting entering her life. Will Meredith Grey find love again?

Premiering at 8PM EST on ABC – Thursday, September 27. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

How to Get Away With Murder

The brilliant professor and criminal defense attorney Annalise Keating and her bright select group of law students return in this thrilling drama for a fifth season.

Premiering at 10PM EST on ABC – Thursday, September 27. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

Law & Order: SVU

Returning for an impressive 20th season, the iconic fiction crime drama Law & Order: SVU will bring back Special Victim Unit detectives Lieutenant Olivia Benson, Detective Amanda Rollins, Sergeant Fin and others to investigate and help in new intense cases.

Premiering at 9PM EST on NBC – Thursday, September 27. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

Blue Bloods

The hit drama-crime series Blue Bloods will enter the Fall season with a season nine, continuing the story of New York Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, and all the drama and hardships in his professional and family life. 

Premiering at 10PM EST on CBS – Friday  September 28. Stream it the next day on Hulu.

 

Chef’s Table 

Netflix’s Emmy-nominated series Chef’s Table returns to make our mouths water and tummies growl. This new upcoming fifth season will give us an insider view of the lives and kitchens of four international chefs to share their passion and talents in the culinary world.  

Premiering at Midnight PST on Netflix – Friday, September 28.


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