6 September TV Shows Everyone's Going to Be Talking About
Welcome to September, the single greatest month for new television.
Though you may be mourning the passing of the summer months, we hope you find solace in this: your couch has never looked cozier. Welcome to September, the single greatest month for new television. Ready, set ... BINGE.
The I-Land (Netflix, Sept. 12)
From the looks of it, Kate Bosworth's new Netflx series is something akin to Fyre Festival meets Lost — aka the ultimate millennial binge watch.
Couples Therapy (Showtime, Sept. 6)
This new documentary series follows real-life couples as they work out their relationship issues with a therapist — and a "prestige" audience.
Bless the Harts (Fox, Sept. 29)
Fox's new animated comedy trails The Harts, a Southern, working class family voiced by Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell, and Ike Barinholtz.
Evil (CBS, Sept. 26)
From the husband-wife duo behind the Good Wife comes a drama series about an unlikely trio investigating demonic possessions and other unexplained phenomenons tied to the Catholic church.
The Politician (Netflix, Sept. 27)
Ryan Murphy Glee-ifies the student council scene with help from Jessica Lange and Gwyneth Paltrow in the first project to figure into the TV mogul's five-year Netflix deal.
Unbelievable (Netflix, Sept. 13)
Kaitlyn Dever stars as a teen accused of lying about her rape, while Toni Collette and Merritt Wever play detectives determined to prove the truth in this Katie Couric-produced miniseries.