Ready for a new crop of TV shows? October is stacked with some brand new offerings, from binge-worthy Netflix content to must-see network TV, and Wonderwall.com is rounding them all up for you! First up, The CW's "Batwoman," which hits the small screen on Oct. 6. The show will follow the life of Kate Kane — best known as Batwoman — and her crimefighting adventures. It's set in The CW's Arrowverse, which covers their shows "Arrow," "The Flash," "Vixen," "Legends of Tomorrow" and "Supergirl." Ruby Rose stars as the legendary caped superhero. Keep reading to check out more new shows debuting in October!
Netflix brings "Living With Yourself" to the small screen on Oct. 18. The comedy stars Paul Rudd, whose character is unhappy and chooses to undergo a mysterious treatment that promises him a better life. He subsequently realizes the treatment resulted in his very own doppelganger. He then has to reconcile with making life work for two versions of himself in this quirky show.
"Modern Love" hits Amazon on Oct. 18. This romantic comedy anthology is based on the wildly popular New York Times column (that also spawned a podcast) and will bring some of these poignant stories about love to life. If that didn't tempt you enough, it also boasts an insanely impressive cast — with Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, Dev Patel and Julia Garner just to name a few.
Ready to solve some mysteries? "Nancy Drew" premieres on The CW on Oct. 9 with Kennedy McMann filling the titular teen sleuth's shoes. The show takes place when Nancy's college plans are put on hold after she witnesses a murder and tries to solve it. "Gossip Girl" developers Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz are behind this show that's sure to be your new obsession.
Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage have certainly been busy! Aside from their "Nancy Drew" reboot on The CW, they've also got "Looking for Alaska" launching on Hulu on Oct. 18. This eight-episode limited series, based on the massively successful John Green book, stars Charlie Plummer as Miles and Kristine Froseth (best known for her role in "Sierra Burgess is a Loser") as Alaska Young in this drama about teens away at a boarding school.
ABC is offering up some wholesome entertainment via a revival of "Kids Say the Darndest Things," which debuts on Oct. 6, putting a spotlight on the hilarity kids can bring. Tiffany Haddish will replace original host Bill Cosby, who hosted from 1998 to 2000 while the original iteration was on CBS.
Jessica Biel will be starring on "Limetown," a new Facebook Watch series that debuts on Oct. 16. Stanley Tucci also stars on this drama about a journalist trying to solve the mystery of 300 people disappearing from a neuroscience research facility.
Get ready to get mixed up in some family drama with "Almost Family" on FOX. The new series is based on an Australian show called "Sisters" and centers around a young woman who learns she has multiple half-sisters who've been fathered by a fertility doctor who used his own sperm throughout his career. Brittany Snow, Emily Osment and Megalyn Echikunwoke star on the show, which hits small screens on Oct. 2.
If you've had a Jason Bourne-shaped hole in your life since the last film debuted in 2016, you're in luck. Starting Oct. 15, USA Network has "Treadstone," a series based on the popular film franchise that centers around the CIA black ops program Operation Treadstone. Jeremy Irvine (seen here) and Brian J. Smith star on this action-packed drama.
Helen Mirren hits the small screen on HBO's "Catherine the Great," which chronicles the end of the famous monarch's reign over the Russian empire during the 18th century. This four-part drama starts on the cable network on Oct. 21.
The BBC dramedy "Back to Life," which debuts on Showtime on Oct. 6, stars Daisy Haggard as Miri — a woman returning home after serving an 18-year jail sentence. The show comes from producers Harry and Jack Williams and Sarah Hammond, whose credits include the wildly successful "Fleabag" — which just swept the 2019 Primetime Emmys!
Netflix has a post-apocalyptic dramedy slated for an Oct. 24 debut: "Daybreak." The series follows a high school student (played by Colin Ford) looking for his missing girlfriend (played by Sophie Simnett) in a scary new world filled with zombie-like creatures called Ghoulies.
If you're looking for a new game show, check out TBS's "Misery Index," which is based on a card game called "S— Happens." This competition series hosted by Jameela Jamil will see two teams competing against each other to rank real-life terrible events. The show starts on Oct. 22.
Kathryn Hahn will be starring on "Mrs. Fletcher," a comedy series debuting on HBO on Oct. 27. The show follows a divorced woman going through a mid-life crisis after her son heads off to college.