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The Most-Highly Anticipated TV Shows Coming to Streaming Service This Fall

Looking for something new to binge this fall? Try one of these shows coming to a streaming service near you.
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Who else is ready for fall television to start up again?! While the TV landscape has certainly evolved in recent years — thanks in large part to streaming services — it does seem like the best shows always air in the fall.

Not to mention, new shows often get their start when the leaves begin to change colors. So, if you’re already looking for your next TV binge or are wondering when your favorite show will be returning, we’ve got you covered.

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From Netflix originals to HBO favorites, here’s when the most highly anticipated TV shows will be coming to a streaming service near you this fall:

Netflix

Money Heist: Part 5: Volume 1 (September 3)

The final season of Money Heist will begin airing in September, but you’ll have to wait until December for part two.

Lucifer Season 6 (September 10)

Another Netflix favorite that is wrapping up this year! The sixth season of Lucifer will be its final season, so make sure to enjoy it when it drops this fall. 

Sex Education Season 3 (September 17)

The fan-favorite Netflix series will finally be returning to Netflix this fall. Get ready to go back to Moordale High, people!

Hulu

Nine Perfect Strangers (August 18)

Though it’s not technically airing in the fall, Nine Perfect Strangers is definitely one of the most anticipated shows coming out this year.

Starring Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCartney, Michael Shannon, and a number of other actors, this show is based on Liane Moriarty’s book of the same name and takes place at a wellness retreat. But, like all great miniseries, nothing is quite as it seems. 

Only Murders in the Building (August 31)

Again, not exactly a fall release, but it’s starring Steve Martin and Martin Short for crying out loud! The show is about three strangers (Martin, Short, and Selena Gomez) who all live in the same apartment building and share an obsession with true crime. But, when they find themselves wrapped up in one, things get a little out of control. 

Y: The Last Man (September 13) 

This show is an adaption of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s comic series. The story is about a man named Yorick who happens to be the only man alive after a virus wipes out everyone with a Y chromosome.

Apple TV+

The Morning Show Season 2 (September 17)

Apple TV+ has had a difficult time competing with other streaming services, but there’s no question they had a hit when Season 1 of The Morning Show dropped in late 2019. Thankfully, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and the rest of the gang will be returning for round two in September.

Foundation (September 24)

Starring Lee Pace and Jared Harris, this series spans hundreds of years as humans try to survive a collapsing civilization.

Disney+

Star Wars: Vision (September 22) 

Waiting for the next season of The Mandalorian? If so, get your Star Wars fix with this animated anthology series set in the Star Wars universe. 

Hawkeye (November 24)

Starring Jeremy Renner as the aforementioned Hawkeye, this will be the MCU’s fifth television show to premiere in 2021. The show also stars Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, and many others. 

HBO Max

Scenes from a Marriage (September)

Starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain and based on Ingmar Bergman’s mini-series, the show follows a couple going through marriage troubles.

Succession Season 3 (Fall 2021)

The Roy family will be back in our lives very soon! The Emmy Award-winning series is returning for a third season this fall, though the exact premiere date has not been released yet.