The Conners** (ABC)
Roseanne is gone -- fired after her now infamous racist tweet -- but the rest of the Conners are here for this spin-off so that ABC keeps the IP alive.
The Kids Are Alright** (ABC)
A period comedy based in the '70s about an Irish-Catholic family with eight kids.
The Rookie** (ABC)
Nathan Fillion is back in his rightful place: a network TV procedural.
Wild District** (Netflix)
This dramatic Spanish-language Colombian series sees Juan Pablo Raba (Narcos, 7 Años, Los 33, Six) as a former guerilla soldier trying to reintegrate himself back into the society of Bogotá, but seems to have a hard time staying out of trouble.
Everything that could possibly go wrong for three teenagers on their supposed-to-be-amazing trip to Comic-Con goes wrong. Nerds just can't catch a break!
Get seriously spooked ahead of Halloween as real individuals share their personal stories of paranormal encounters in this part-reenactment, part-documentary series.
Hip-Hop Evolution (Netflix)
Season 2 of this docuseries featuring interviews from essential MCs and hip-hop figureheads recounting the birth and evolution of the genre.
More spooky stories.
Nope, not the Paul Rudd-Jennifer Aniston comedy. Instead, this is a BBC miniseries on Netflix with Toni Collette, having an already great year thanks to Hereditary. But here, it seems like she's a woman in the midst of a much different kind of mid-life crisis.
Making a Murderer: Part 2 (Netflix)
This highly anticipated follow up to the documentary series finds Steven Avery continuing to fight for exoneration.
Marvel’s Daredevil (Netflix)
Blind lawyer by day, underground crime fighter by night -- Daredevil is back to rule over Hell’s Kitchen.
The Woman in White** (PBS)
The BBC’s five-part miniseries adaptation of the classic 19th-century mystery by Wilkie Collins’ about a man who encounters a distressed woman dressed in white is coming stateside for the first time.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (CW)
Travel through time with the super team as they continue to save all of humanity and history.
Game of Thrones’ Richard Madden plays British Police Sergeant David Budd, a war veteran suffering from PTSD following a terrorist attack who is assigned as the special protection for a politician who stands against everything he believes in.
Legacies** (The CW)
Another Vampire Diaries spin-off for you.
Heathers** (Paramount Network)
Oh, Heathers. This contemporary miniseries remake of the cult classic film has encountered more than enough hurdles to see the light of day. Originally delayed for its subject matter following the Parkland shooting, the series is officially slated to hit screens over the course of five nights. "What’s your damage," Heathers?
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina** (Netflix)
Though it comes from Riverdale's Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, this take on a popular Archie Comics character feels less like a spin-off of that show (or Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, for that matter) and more like its own beast. Little Sally Draper -- Kiernan Shipka, that is -- is all grown up and playing Sabrina Spellman who has some issues to deal with when she turns 16 and must undergo her "dark baptism" and leave the mortal world for the witchy one.
Busy Tonight** (E!)
Busy Philipps -- best known for Freaks and Geeks and Cougar Town -- has amassed a following just by being her delightful self on Instagram. With her charm and personability, she's perfectly primed for her foray into talk programming.
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj** (Netflix)
The first episode of comedian Hasan Minhaj’s exploration of what the hell is happening in America's political landscape premieres on 10/28, with a new episode each Sunday for a whopping 32 installments in all.
Crikey! It’s the Irwins** (Animal Planet)
The Irwins, everyone’s favorite Australian animal lovers, are returning to TV! Come for a sweet family, stay for furry, scaly things on all fours.
Ray Donovan (Showtime)
The Hollywood fixer drama is back for its sixth season, resuming with Liev Schreiber’s titular character laying low in New York City.
Tell Me a Story** (CBS All Access)
Fairy tales get a modern, New York-set rewrite by Kevin Williamson, the man behind Scream.