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. 

Renewed and Canceled TV Shows 2020 Guide

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! 

The Morning Show (Apple TV+) - Sept. 17

The Morning Show returns to the airwaves on Friday, Sept. 17.

Sex Education (Netflix) - Sept. 17

Season three of Sex Education returns to Netflix on Sept. 17.

9-1-1 (FOX) - Sept. 20

In May 2021, FOX renewed 9-1-1 for a fifth season. The series will return with new episodes on FOX Monday, September 20 at 8 p.m.

NEW: The Big Leap (FOX) - Sept. 20

FOX will debut the new Scott Foley-led series on Monday, Sept. 20 at 9 p.m.

Dancing With the Stars (ABC) - Sept. 20

Season 30 will premiere Monday, Sept. 20 on ABC.

The Voice (NBC) - Sept. 20

Ariana Grande joins the reality competition show as a first-time coach, beginning Monday, Sept. 20 on NBC. 

NEW: Ordinary Joe (NBC) - Sept. 20

James Wolk plays out the life of one guy if he made three different decisions in this new NBC series, premiering Monday, Sept. 20.

The Neighborhood (CBS) - Sept. 20

The Neighborhood returns for its fourth season on Monday, Sept. 20.

Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS) - Sept. 20

Bob Hearts Abishola is back for its third season on Monday, Sept. 20.

NCIS (CBS) - Sept. 20

NCIS heads into its 19th season, with limited Mark Harmon, premieres Monday, Sept. 20.

NEW: NCIS: Hawai'i (CBS) - Sept. 20

Vanessa Lachey debuts as the latest NCIS agent in the brand new NCIS: Hawai'i, premiering Monday, Sept. 20.

The Resident (FOX) - Sept. 21

Season five of The Resident will premiere Tuesday, September 21 at 8 p.m. on FOX.

NEW: Our Kind of People (FOX) - Sept. 21

Yaya DaCosta leads a new series on FOX, titled Our Kind of People, which premieres Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 9 p.m.

New Amsterdam (NBC) - Sept. 21

Season four of New Amsterdam premieres Tuesday, Sept. 21 on NBC.

FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, FBI: International (CBS) - Sept. 21

The FBI franchise returns to CBS, with the series premiere of FBI: International, on Tuesday, Sept. 21 

Survivor (CBS) - Sept. 22

After a long break, Survivor finally returns for season 41 on Wednesday, Sept. 22.

The Masked Singer (FOX) - Sept. 22

The Masked Singer is back! Season six will premiere on Wednesday, September 22 at 8 p.m. on FOX.

NEW: Alter Ego (FOX) - Sept. 22

FOX kicks off its newest singing competition, Alter Ego, on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 9 p.m.

Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD (NBC) - Sept. 22

Head back to Chicago on Wednesday, Sept. 22 on NBC.

The Goldbergs (ABC) - Sept. 22

The Goldbergs returns for season nine on Wednesday, Sept. 22 on ABC. 

NEW: The Wonder Years (ABC) - Sept. 22

The Wonder Years returns, now narrated by Don Cheadle as the older version of Dean Williams, a young boy in 1960s Montgomery, AL. It premieres Wednesday, Sept. 22 on ABC.

The Conners (ABC) - Sept. 22

Season four of the Roseanne spinoff returns Wednesday, Sept. 22 on ABC.

Home Economics (ABC) - Sept. 22

Topher Grace and his financially varied family return for season two on Wednesday, Sept. 22 on ABC.

A Million Little Things (ABC) - Sept. 22

Season four will premiere Wednesday, Sept. 22 on ABC.

Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: Organized Crime (NBC) - Sept. 23

The Law & Orders (minus the previously announced For the Defense spinoff) are back Thursday, Sept. 23 on NBC. 

The Simpsons (FOX) - Sept. 26

You can enjoy more of The Simpsons when season 33 premieres Sunday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. on FOX.

The Great North (FOX) - Sept. 26

The Great North is back with a second season on Sunday, September 26 at 8:30 p.m. on FOX.

Bob's Burgers (FOX) - Sept. 26

Fan can expect season 12 of Bob's Burgers to premiere on Sunday, September 26 at 9 p.m. on FOX.

Family Guy (FOX) - Sept. 26

Family Guy's 19th season premieres Sunday, September 26 at 9:30 p.m. on FOX.

The Rookie (ABC) - Sept. 26

Season four of the ABC cop drama will premiere Sunday, Sept. 26. 

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