The fourth and final season of Sex Education premieres September 21 on Netflix. Following the closure of Moordale Secondary, Otis and Eric now face a new frontier – their first day at Cavendish Sixth Form College. Otis is nervous about setting up his new clinic, whilst Eric is praying they won’t be losers again. But Cavendish is a culture shock for all the Moordale students – they thought they were progressive but this new college is another level. There’s daily yoga in the communal garden, a strong sustainability vibe and a group of kids who are popular for being… kind?! Viv is totally thrown by the college’s student-led, non-competitive approach, while Jackson is still struggling to get over Cal. Aimee tries something new by taking an Art A-Level and Adam grapples with whether mainstream education is for him. Over in the US, Maeve is living her dream at prestigious Wallace University, being taught by cult author Thomas Molloy. Otis is pining after her, whilst adjusting to not being an only child at home, or the only therapist on campus…
Young Love premieres on Max September 21. The series expands on the animated short Hair Love, which centered around the relationship between an African American father, his daughter Zuri, and the most daunting task a father could ever come across – doing his daughter’s hair for the first time. Filled with comedy and heart, the animated series is an honest look into the world of the Young family – including millennial parents Stephen and Angela, their daughter Zuri and her pet cat Rocky – as they juggle their careers, marriage, parenthood, social issues and multi-generational dynamics, all while striving to make a better life for themselves.
The Fall of the House of Usher premieres on Netflix October 12. The eight episode limited series from Mike Flanagan is based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe. Ruthless siblings Roderick and Madeline Usher have built Fortunato Pharmaceuticals into an empire of wealth, privilege and power. But past secrets come to light when the heirs to the Usher dynasty start dying at the hands of a mysterious woman from their youth.
The Vanishing Triangle premieres October 26 on Sundance Now and AMC+ with the first two episodes. In the six episode season, investigative journalist Lisa Wallace publishes an article about her mother’s murder, which sparks the disappearance of Amy Reynolds. Alongside Detective David Burkely, the two work together to find Amy. Their investigation takes them around Ireland, as more girls go missing. As they follow every lead, some end up dead ends, but all the while, the killer plays psychological torture games with Lisa, putting her in compromising situations. As they get closer to finding the killer, David and Lisa learn more about the long-rooted corruption in the Gardaí system. To cover their tracks, high-ranking Gardaí members blackmail David with his own secrets. The investigative trail finally leads Lisa to the killer, where they face off again after all these years. In the end, she must confront her childhood trauma in order to save the missing girls.
Hulu has ordered docuseries It’s All Country hosted by Luke Bryan. The series explores the hottest people, topics and moments in country music by examining the iconic songs and artists that changed the face of country music forever. Marking 100 years since the first country music record was made, the series highlights the cultural impact and memorable performers and performances that make country music an American and growing global sensation.
Dancing with the Stars will air on Tuesdays this fall on ABC starting September 26. The series will also stream on hulu and Disney+ after streaming only on Disney+ last season. Jamie Lynn Spears was also announced as a contestant on the upcoming season. She will be partnered with Alan Bersten. The rest of the cast will be announced tomorrow on Good Morning America.
Food Network has rendered BBQ Brawl for a fifth season. The most recent season saw superstar chefs Bobby Flay, Anne Burrell and Sunny Anderson each lead a team of top-tier pitmasters from across the country in high-stakes challenges to determine who will be named “Master of ‘Cue.” Season five will premiere in summer 2024.
Black Cake premieres on hulu November 1. The family drama wrapped in a murder mystery with a diverse cast of characters and a global setting is based on the book by Charmaine Wilkerson. The story takes place in Jamaica, Italy, Scotland, England and Southern California. Cerar wrote the adaptation and serves as showrunner on the series, which spans decades. In the late 1960s, a runaway bride named Covey disappears into the surf off the coast of Jamaica and is feared drowned or a fugitive on the run for her husband’s murder. In present day California, a widow named Eleanor Bennett, loses her battle with cancer, leaving her two estranged children, Byron and Benny, a flash drive that holds previously untold stories of her journey from the Caribbean to America. These stories, narrated by Eleanor, shock her children and challenge everything they thought they knew about their family’s origin.
HGTV has ordered Zillow Gone Wild. Inspired by the popular Instagram account of the same name, which touts 1.8 million followers, the series will take fans beyond endlessly looking through standard home listings and into the action touring one-of-a-kind homes on the market. Each of the nine episodes will showcase three weird, wonderful and wildly quirky homes and share the backstories of their buyers, sellers and unique histories. The series will premiere in early 2024.
Docuseries The Defiant Ones will air on hulu September 19. The four episode series tells the stories of Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre — one the son of a Brooklyn longshoreman, the other straight out of Compton — and their improbable partnership and surprising leading roles in a series of transformative events in contemporary culture. From director Allen Hughes (Menace II Society) this revealing, compelling and often-gritty story takes place in recording studios, in humble homes and massive mansions, in criminal courts and in the highest corridors of corporate power. The docuseries originally aired on HBO.
The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion premieres on MTV October 25. This season, returning contenders are hungry for their first victory, competing against each other and legendary Challenge champions in a fight for the throne. The season will feature 24 fierce contenders vying for the crown as they endure the ultimate test of willpower with unpredictable formats and shocking twists. This season, mental and physical limits will be pushed further than ever before as contenders must face off against rotating vets in surprise eliminations. With the stakes higher than ever, this new era of competitors must beat the best to be the best. In the end, who will solidify their legacy and emerge as a first- time champion? CT Tamburello, Cara Maria Sorbello, Jordan Wiseley, Darrell Taylor, Laurel Stucky, Tori Deal, Brad Fiorenza, Devin Walker, Kaycee Clark and Kaz Crossley are set to compete in surprise eliminations.
Season four of The Kardashians premieres on hulu September 28. The cameras are back with all access to the personal and private lives of Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie. From second chances and new beginnings to unexpected blessings, they continue to bare it all together, a reminder that the most beautiful part of life is family.
Encounters premieres on Netflix September 27. Explosive new revelations from military whistleblowers of alien encounters, UFOs, and clandestine Pentagon programs, as well as coverage from major news sources, have breathed a fresh urgency into a topic that, for decades, we’ve relegated to the realm of conspiracy. Each cinematic and deeply-researched episode tells a single story: strange lights in the sky over small-town Texas; submersible space crafts haunting a coastal Welsh village; an alien encounter with schoolchildren in Zimbabwe; non-human intelligence reportedly interfering with a nuclear power plant in Japan.
Season two of Launchpad premieres on Disney+ September 29. The series is a collection of live-action shorts from a new generation of dynamic filmmakers. This season showcases six writers, five directors and one writer-director from underrepresented backgrounds who were given the opportunity to share their perspectives and creative visions. It continues the goal of Disney’s first season which was to diversify the types of stories that are being told by giving access to those who historically have not had it.
The Devil’s Plan premieres September 26 on Netflix. 12 contestants face off in games of wit, strategy and wisdom over 6 nights and 7 days. Who will be crowned the ultimate victor?
90 Day Fiancé returns for season ten on TLC October 8. Six new couples and one returning couple embark on a colossal journey and take a passionate leap of faith all in the name of love. These long-distance, international couples go the distance as they navigate cultural differences, discover surprising personality traits and process lingering tensions brought on by doubtful friends and families.
Season two of Last One Standing premieres October 10 on Netflix. In this exciting competition, comedians and talents engage in intense talk battles to advance to the next stage, where they take on roles in a thrilling drama alongside seasoned actors. A notable aspect of this drama is that a portion of it remains unscripted, requiring the cast to share their stories in their own words. If their jokes fall flat during these unscripted scenes, they face elimination from the show.
Music series Life in Six Strings with Kylie Olsson premieres on AXS TV October 2. The series began as a popular YouTube series capturing Olsson’s journey to make her lifelong dream of learning the guitar a reality. Talking to some of rock’s top pickers, she gleaned invaluable tips and tricks while digging deep into the guitar’s incredible influence and impact on their lives and careers. Now, on AXS TV, the series finds the aspiring guitarist continuing her journey to learn the instrument, as she travels across the United States to meet a slate of axe-wielding icons at their homes and haunting grounds – touring through childhood towns, beloved shops, and more; providing an intimate glimpse into each artists’ origins, both sonically and geographically, and shedding a light on the people behind the larger-than-life rock personas.
TBS has expanded its comedy line up by licensing Modern Family beginning September 25. The series will air on weekdays in the network’s 12:30-3:30 p.m. ET/PT time slot. It follows the diverse and complex Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan as they navigate daily life. The network will also air longer daily marathons of The Big Bang Theory.