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New York Based TV Shows: What’s New This Fall?

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New Shows:

Unfortunately we have come to the end of summer, but that means there is some great new TV around the corner! Lots of things have been filming in New York and we can’t wait to see how they turn out. Check out a rundown of all the new NYC based shows coming this fall.

NBC

Manifest (NBC)

Premieres Monday, September 24

We’re cautiously excited for this high concept drama: a flight of 191 passengers travel by plane for a few hours, but when they land they find out that five years have passed. The ensuing mystery will feature actors Melissa Roxburgh and Josh Dallas in lead roles.

 

FBI (CBS)

Premieres Tuesday, September 25

From Law & Order and Chicago Fire creator Dick Wolf, his latest series features Missy Peregrym, Jeremy Sisto, and others as a team of FBI agents in the New York branch, as they solve cases each week.

 

New Amsterdam (NBC)

Premieres Tuesday, September 25

New Amsterdam centers around Dr. Max Goodwin, who becomes the medical director of an old public hospital in New York that hasn’t been properly tended to, and each week he aims to transform the hospital to give the best care to NYC patients.

 

Murphy Brown (CBS)

Premieres Thursday, September 27

In this revival of the classic 90s sitcom, Candice Bergen is returning as Murphy, who is now anchoring a morning show called Murphy in the Morning with the help of her original team. We can’t wait to see who comes back!

CBS

God Friended Me (CBS)

Premieres Sunday, September 30

An atheist named Max gets a change of heart when God friends him on Facebook. Brandon Michael Hall, Violett Beane, Suraj Sharma, and Joe Morton star in this fantasy drama series.

 

Tell Me A Story (CBS All Access)

Premieres Wednesday, October 31

Based on the Mexican television series Érase una vez, this drama series will take traditional fairy tales but turn them into psychological thrillers, all taking place in New York City. Kim Catrall and Billy Magnussen star in an ensemble cast.

 

The Alec Baldwin Show (ABC)

Premieres TBD

After the successful sneak peek that played after the Oscars in March, The Alec Baldwin Show will start airing regular episodes on Sunday evenings. Filmed in New York, Baldwin will have new guests each week. It is the first prime time talk show to be on a major network since The Jay Leno Show in 2010.

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Returning Shows:

Of course, some of our favorite shows are returning as well. Check out the returning dates for these NYC based shows we know and love.

Iron Fist Season 2 (Netflix) Premieres Friday, September 27

The Deuce Season 2 (HBO) Premieres Sunday, September 9

Empire Season 5 (Fox) Premieres Wednesday, September 26

Law & Order: SVU Season 20 (NBC) Premieres Thursday, September 27

Blue Bloods Season 9 (CBS) Premieres Friday, September 28

Will & Grace Season 10 (NBC) Premieres Thursday, October 4

Blindspot Season 4 (NBC) Premieres Friday, October 12

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 (The CW) Premieres Friday, October 12

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