The best part of fall, in our opinion? Fall TV! If you're curious about the newest shows hitting the small screen in September 2019, Wonderwall.com has rounded them up! First up? A new spinoff from the brilliant minds behind "black-ish" joins the ABC lineup this fall — "mixed-ish"! This sitcom, which premiere on Sept. 24, will focus on Tracee Ellis Ross's character's youth growing up in a mixed-race family in the '80s. Keep reading for more brand new shows to watch out for!
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Hoping to infuse some legal drama into your life this fall? "All Rise" from CBS starts on Sept. 23 and promises to show the lives of judges, prosecutors and public defenders based in Los Angeles, centering around a newly appointed judge, Lola Carmichael (played by Simone Missick).
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On Sept. 23, "Prodigal Son" debuts on FOX. "The Walking Dead" actor Tom Payne stars as the titular criminal psychologist who also happens to be the son of a serial killer, who's played by Michael Sheen.
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Get ready for "Carol's Second Act"! The CBS sitcom, which debuts on Sept. 26, stars Patricia Heaton as a woman who becomes a doctor later in life.
Bradley Whitford stars on NBC's new series "Perfect Harmony," a show about an Ivy League music professor who becomes a small-town church choir director. "Pitch Perfect" alum Anna Camp plays one of the members. The sitcom debuts on Sept. 26.
Looking for something to watch on Netflix? "The Politician" debuts on Sept. 27. The comedy is Ryan Murphy's first project with the streaming giant, and it stars some big names — including Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lange — as well as Tony Award winner Ben Platt, who plays the titular politician on the rise.
"Bob (Hearts) Abishola" is TV super-producer Chuck Lorre's new show. It joins the CBS lineup on Sept. 23. The sitcom centers around Bob, a middle-aged white man from Detroit, who falls in love with his cardiac nurse, Nigerian immigrant Abishola.
The "Stumptown" graphic novels are getting the television treatment starting on ABC this September. The show, which chronicles the life of a private investigator in Portland, Oregon, stars Cobie Smulders and Jake Johnson. It debuts on Sept. 25.
If you're looking for a dose of supernatural with your fall TV, "Evil" will give you a fix. This show centers around a psychologist and a priest in training as they look into otherworldly events in their town. It joins the CBS lineup beginning on Sept. 26.
For those hoping to find a new animated favorite, FOX's "Bless the Harts" debuts on Sept. 29. Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell and Ike Barinholtz voice characters on this animated show about Southerners.
Don't let the title of "The Unicorn" fool you — there's no mythical creatures coming to CBS. This show starring Walton Goggins is about a recently widowed single dad who decides to join the dating scene again. It will be hitting the network on Sept. 26.
On Sept. 4, "Wu-Tang: An American Saga" begins on Hulu. Wu-Tang Clan's own RZA is working behind the scenes on this dramatization of the legendary music group's beginnings.
Want to get caught up in a mystery series? ABC's "Emergence" tells the story of a cop who finds a child with amnesia at an accident scene, which leads to a conspiracy unfolding. It hits the small screen on Sept. 24.
"Sunnyside" is co-created by Kal Penn, who also stars in the series about a former politician trying to make a comeback while helping immigrants get citizenship. It debuts on NBC on Sept. 26.
If law firm drama is your thing, NBC's "Bluff City Law" begins on Sept. 23 and promises to deliver plenty as character Sydney Strait heads back to her family's law firm to try to navigate working with her father. Jimmy Smits and Caitlin McGee star in this new drama.