All the Biggest Fall 2020 TV Premiere Dates We Know So Far

Despite the pandemic, fall TV continues! These are all of the TV premiere dates we know so far.

By Lauren Piester Aug 27, 2020 4:00 AMTags
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Fall TV may look a little different this year, but it is not dead. 

The coronavirus pandemic has halted or slowed production on nearly every show this year, meaning we'll have to wait a bit longer than usual for most broadcast shows to return. But that doesn't mean there aren't still shows to watch this fall, and we're keeping track of all the biggest and most promising shows that actually do have premiere dates. 

Those include popular returning shows like Supernatural, The Crown, Pen15Fear the Walking Dead and Fargo, as well as new shows like Ratched, Woke, and Utopia

Most of these shows had the bulk of their filming completed before the pandemic hit, and others are going back into production now. Some shows were originally set to premiere earlier this year but were pushed back in order to give us content this fall. 

However they got made, we're thankful for them, and we still can't help but notice that even in a pandemic, there's too much TV. 

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Some high-profile shows like The Bachelorette have resumed production but have not yet announced a premiere date, but we'll be sure to keep updating this gallery as more premiere dates come in. Scroll down and stay tuned! 

We're Here (HBO) - Oct. 11

Season two of HBO's We're Here premieres on Oct. 11.

Batwoman (The CW) - Oct. 13

Batwoman returns for season three on Wednesday, Oct. 13.

Legends of Tomorrow (The CW) - Oct. 13

Legends of Tomorrow is back for more on Wednesday, Oct. 13, joining Batwoman on a new night.

Legacies (The CW) - Oct. 14

Legacies returns for magic and more in season four, beginning Thursday, Oct. 14. 

You (Netflix) - Oct. 15

Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) lives to stalk another day, as season three of You will premiere on Netflix on Oct. 15.

The Bachelorette (ABC) - Oct. 19

Michelle Young gets her chance in the spotlight in a special fall season of The Bachelorette, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 19.

NEW: Queens (ABC) - Oct. 19

Brandy, Eve, Naturi Naughton and Nadine Velasquez star as four former hip hop stars who are reuniting in their 40s in this new ABC drama, premiering Tuesday, Oct. 19.

NEW: Sex, Love & goop (Netflix) - Oct. 21

Gwyneth Paltrow and the goop team are back with a new series, Sex, Love & goop.

The Blacklist (NBC) - Oct. 21

The Blacklist, sans Megan Boone, returns for season nine on Thursday, Oct. 21.

Insecure (HBO) - Oct. 24

The fifth and final season of Insecure will premiere on HBO Oct. 24.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) - Oct. 24

Curb Your Enthusiasm's 11th season will debut Oct. 24 on HBO.

All American (The CW) - Oct. 25

All American returns for a fourth season on Monday, Oct. 25 on The CW.

4400 (The CW) - Oct. 25

In this reboot of the former USA Network drama, 4400 marginalized people who have gone missing over the last century suddenly return, with no memory and no signs of aging. It premieres Monday, Oct. 25. 

Walker (The CW) - Oct. 28

Walker is back for his second season on Thursday, Oct. 28.

Love Life (HBO Max) - Oct. 28

Catch the first three episodes of Love Life season two on HBO Max Oct. 28.

Dr. Who (BBC One/BBC America) - Oct. 31

Jodie Whittaker's final season as the Time Lord will premiere on Halloween.

Gentefied (Netflix) - Nov. 10

Netflix's Gentefied will return with a second season on Nov. 10.

The Flash (The CW) - Nov. 16

The Flash is back for season eight on Tuesday, Nov. 16. 

Riverdale (The CW) - Nov. 16

The grown-up kids of Riverdale return on Tuesday, Nov. 16 for season six.

Hanna (Amazon Prime Video) - Nov. 24

Amazon Prime Video's action-packed series Hanna returns for a third season on Nov. 24.

The Book of Boba Fett (Disney+) - Dec. 29

Disney+'s newest Star Wars series, The Book of Boba Fett, will premiere before the New Year: Dec. 29, to be exact.

For an update on the shows that have resumed production, head over to our handy gallery

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