Fall TV: What’s Worth Waiting For

September 12th, 2023 Posted by News 0 thoughts on “Fall TV: What’s Worth Waiting For”

Fall is in the air as the school buses are beginning their morning and afternoon routes, the tinge of red outlines the tops of the maple tree leaves, and the days aren’t lasting quite as long. While is sad to see the summer end, it’s exciting to anticipate the 2023 Fall TV season. Here’s what’s on my list of things to look forward to:

1. Season 3 of “Only Murders in the Building” Episodes 1 and 2 are already streaming on Hulu. It’s a slow start and feels a bit stilted, but there’s so much more to come. “OMITB” has always delivered and I’m all in on betting it’ll rise to the occasion.

2. Season 5 (Part I) of “Virgin River” begins September 7, 2023. Fans of the series will be able to binge 10 episodes of the first part of this new season, but they’ll have to wait for answers to burning questions with Part II for the remaining 2 episodes on Thursday, November 30, 2023.

3. “Lessons in Chemistry” is an 8-part series adapted from the book of the same name. The Apple TV+ series stars Brie Larson as Elizabeth Zott, a chemist turned cooking show star, and premieres Friday, October 13 with the remaining 7 episodes dropping each Friday through November.

4. Hooked on Fox’s “Animal Control” starring Joel McHale as the jaded former officer amidst a ragtag group of employees? Season 2 is slated to begin late in 2023…stay tuned for updates!

5. Oui Oui! Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” Season 4 is on its way. The exact release date is not yet known, but a holiday release looks promising. This upbeat soap opera style light-hearted drama finds its way on to my top series to look forward to.

6. “Abbott Elementary” had been set to premiere Season 3 in September, but sadly with the WGA strike we may not find out if Janine and Gregory get together or if Principal Coleman can keep her job as the Franklin Institute threatens her and the school’s future until well into 2024.


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