Freddie Highmore, The Good Doctor, Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Walking Dead, Camila Mendes, Riverdale

Netflix; ABC; CW; AMC

Well, that went fast!

Can you believe it's already November? How did that happen? I guess time flies when you're busy watching all your new and returning shows in the fall.

With the debut of S.W.A.T. on Thursday night, the fall TV season has officially reached the end of its premieres, and while we're tired, it's been an interesting season. Some surprising new hit series emerged (Hey, ABC's The Good Doctor!), while returning favorites have tumbled. And it seems like we may have finally hit superhero fatigue. 

Now that all the new and returning shows are returned to our DVRs, we're looking at the winners and losers of the fall TV season, taking ratings and buzz into account.

The good news? This Is Us is still a massive hit (and has avoided the sophomore season slump, both in the ratings and in storytelling), and Riverdale's ratings are starting to catch up to its Tumblr posts. 

However, with the good, comes the bad, as we're calling for some shake-ups on one of the Real Housewives shows and two new shows have basically been canceled already. 

Here  are our list of the 17 winners and losers of the 2017 fall TV season: 

Will and Grace, Will & Grace

NBC

Freddie Highmore, The Good Doctor

ABC

Erinn Hayes, Kevin Can Wait

CBS

Me, Myself and I

CBS

Joe Keery, Stranger Things

Netflix

Marvel's Inhumans

ABC

Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Young Sheldon

CBS

This Is Us

NBC

TRL logo

MTV

Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaids Tale

Hulu

Ten Days in the Valley, Kyra Sedgwick

ABC

The Orville

Fox

The Walking Dead Season 8, Andrew Lincoln

AMC

Riverdale Key Art season 2

The CW

Matt Barr, Valor, Nathalie Kelley, Dynasty

The CW

Real Housewives of Dallas Season 2 Reunion

Bravo

The Real Housewives of Orange County, Season 12

Bravo

Which new fall shows are you really loving? Any old favorites you've started to lose interest in? 

Sound off in the comments on tweet your fall favorites @tbrick2 & @eonlineTV

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