With fall well underway and temperatures steadily dropping, it's time to cuddle up on the couch to check out some of television's newest offerings. Wonderwall.com rounded up every major new show debuting on TV in October 2017, starting with ABC's "Ten Days in the Valley." Kyra Sedgwick stars as the producer of a controversial cop show whose young daughter mysteriously disappears in the middle of the night on the drama, which premiered on Oct. 1. Now keep reading to get the scoop on more new shows debuting in October 2017…
Jeremy Piven stars as a grieving father who creates a crowd-sourcing social media platform to help solve his daughter's murder on the CBS drama "Wisdom of the Crowd," which debuted on Oct. 1.
Adam Scott and Craig Robinson star as a true believer in the paranormal and a skeptical former cop who are recruited by a secret government agency to investigate paranormal occurrences on the half-hour comedy "Ghosted," which debuted on FOX on Oct. 1.
Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker star as suburban parents whose children (Percy Hynes White and Natalie Alyn Lind) develop mutant superhuman abilities on "The Gifted." The drama, which is set within the X-Men universe, debuted on FOX on Oct. 2.
Mark Feuerstein stars as a man living in an apartment complex sandwiched between his parents in one unit and his brother and sister-in-law in another unit on CBS's "9 JKL," which is loosely based on his life. The half-hour comedy debuted on Oct. 2.
Caryn Ward Ross, Jay Phillips, Gary "G Thang" Johnson and Tracey Cherelle Jones star as two married couples who share a duplex on the Bounce comedy "Grown Folks," which debuted on Oct. 2.
"Ink Master: Angels" follows four female tattoo artists who previously competed on "Ink Master" — Nikki Simpson, Ryan Ashley, Kelly Doty and Gia Rose — as they travel the country going head-to-head with various tattoo artists to see if the newcomers are worthy of spots on Season 10 of "Ink Master." The reality TV show debuted on Spike on Oct. 3.
Jason Ritter stars as an average guy who learns he's been chosen by God to save the world on ABC's "Kevin (Probably) Saves the World," which debuted on Oct. 3.
Brandon Micheal Hall stars as a rapper who runs for mayor to promote his mixtape and then accidentally wins the election on ABC's half-hour comedy "The Mayor," which debuted on Oct. 3.
Avan Jogia stars as a troubled psychic fighting to save his remote Alaskan town after it's overrun by paranormal activity on Syfy's "Ghost Wars," which debuts on Oct. 5.
John McMonigle, who was previously one of the top real estate agents in the country, stars as one of several agents in the super-competitive Orange County market on the Bravo reality TV show "Real Estate Wars," which debuts on Oct. 5.
The Italian series "Suburra: Blood on Rome" depicts the intersection between church, state, organized crime, local gangs and real estate developers in Rome in 2008. The crime thriller, which debuts on Netflix on Oct. 6, spans 20 days in the lives of three young men from different background who team up to achieve their goals.
Christina Ochoa stars as one of the first women in an elite unit of U.S. Army helicopter pilots who survives a top secret mission to Somalia that goes horribly wrong on The CW's "Valor," which debuts on Oct. 9.
A reboot of the popular '80s soap opera "Dynasty" debuts on The CW on Oct. 11. Elizabeth Gillies stars as heiress Fallon Carrington, Grant Show portrays her billionaire father, Blake Carrington, and Nathalie Kelley is Cristal Flores, Blake's employee and fiancée.
"The Story of Us with Morgan Freeman" follows the Oscar winner as he travels the world learning about the common forces that bind us together as humans. The docuseries debuts on the National Geographic channel on Oct. 11.
Sarah Silverman's talk-variety show "I Love You, America," in which she attempts to connect with un-like-minded people, debuts on Hulu on Oct. 12.
The late-night talk show "The Rundown With Robin Thede," which will cover pop culture and politics, debuts on BET on Oct. 12. (The funnywoman studied broadcast journalism at Northwestern University, wrote for The Second City in Chicago and served as head writer on "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.")
Jonathan Groff stars as a '70s FBI agent expanding criminal science by delving into the psychology of murderers on "Mindhunter," which debuts on Netflix on Oct. 13.
The six-part anthology series "Lore," which is based on Aaron Mahnke's podcast chronicling the inception of creepy folktales, debuts on Amazon on Oct. 13.
"The Platinum Life" chronicles the lives of several women with romantic ties to the music industry, including Ne-Yo's wife, Nelly's girlfriend and Miguel's fiancée. The reality TV show debuts on E! on Oct. 15.
Jay Pharoah stars as an up-and-coming comedian navigating his life and career as he becomes increasingly famous on the Showtime series "White Famous," which debuts on Oct. 15.
"Gucci Mane & Keyshia Ka'oir: The Mane Event" chronicles the titular couple's road to the altar. The reality TV show debuts on BET on Oct. 17.
Jason Alexander stars as the patriarch of a traveling family band on the half-hour comedy "Hit the Road," which debuts on AT&T Audience Network on Oct. 17.
Ron Livingston stars as the tituar recovering alcoholic and substance abuse counselor on "Loudermilk," which debuts on AT&T Audience Network on Oct. 17.
The Ronda Rousey-produced docuseries "Why We Fight," which chronicles the life of talented but troubled boxer Zac "Kid Yamaka" Wohlman, debuts on Verizon's go90 on Oct. 18.
"Superstition," which debuts on Syfy on Oct. 20, centers around the Hastings family, who own a small-town funeral home and graveyard from which they combat various paranormal entities haunting the locals. Brad James and Mario Van Peebles star as father and son.
"The Day I Met El Chapo: The Kate del Castillo Story," a three-part docuseries chronicling the titular Mexican actress's headline-making encounter with the world's most wanted drug lord, debuts on Netflix on Oct. 20.
Reality TV stars participate in gruesome and terrifying challenges that pay homage to recent horror hits for the chance to win $100,000 for their favorite charities on VH1's "Scared Famous," which debuts on Oct. 23.
"At Home With Amy Sedaris," on which the titular comedienne channels Martha Stewart to satirize homemaking and hospitality shows, debuts on TruTV on Oct. 24.
Method Man and Hailey Baldwin will host the celebrity rap battle series "Drop the Mic," which is based on the popular "The Late Late Show with James Corden" sketch. The competition debuts on TBS on Oct. 24.
"Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker's Wild," an updated version of the long-running game show hosted by the rapper, debuts on TBS on Oct. 24.
The comedy "The Last O.G.," in which Tracy Morgan stars as an ex-con adjusting to life after 15 years in prison, is scheduled to debut on TBS on Oct. 24.