A lot of movies and TV series premieres were delayed this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, if you are looking for something to binge-watch, rest assured that there are still plenty of options for you to choose from. Here are 19 TV shows premiering this fall that are definitely worthy of your attention.

Here are some TV shows you might have missed this September:

1. Aggretsuko

Aggressive Retsuko symbolizes anger and irritation at work that is familiar to everyone, and ferocity that everyday trifles can cause. Contrary to genre conventions, this is the most relatable sitcom of our time.

Where to watch it: Netflix

2. Raised by Wolves

It’s a sci-fi saga about the alien confrontation between the android family and the human commune Raised by Wolves.

Where to watch it: HBO Max

3. The Duchess

This one belongs to the “stand-up-comedian- turns-her-biography-into-a-movie” genre. Katherine Ryan, the Canadian stand-up comedian, shares absurd observations from her life in the new series The Duchess.

Where to watch it: Netflix

4. The Third Day

British mini-series about a mysterious island inhabited by provincials defending their traditional way of life, and a couple of outsiders visiting the island.

Where to watch it: HBO

5. We Are Who We Are

The story is unfolding among the inhabitants of an American military base somewhere near Venice. It is about the experiences and feelings of teenagers and their parents.

Where to watch it: HBO

6. Ratched

The idea of the prequel to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, which tells the story of the psychopathic nurse Ratched, seems strange only until the name of the creator, Ryan Murphy, is spoken aloud.

Where to watch it: Netflix

7. Utopia

An American remake of the British conspiracy thriller Utopia.

Where to watch it: Amazon Prime

8. The Comey Rule

This one is about investigations of Trump's 2016 election fraud by former FBI director James Comey.

Where to watch it: Showtime

9. Fargo

The new season of the almanac series inspired by the Coen brothers' film.

Where to watch it: Amazon Prime

Quiz: Find Out Which TV Show to Binge-Watch Based on Your Current Mood
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October series to watch:

10. Monsterland

Encounters with mermaids, fallen angels, and other strange beasts drive broken people to desperate acts in Monsterland, an anthology series based on the collection of stories from Nathan Ballingrud’s North American Lake Monsters.

Where to watch it: Hulu

11. The Undoing

In the run-up of the publication of a new book, a successful psychotherapist and writer is faced with a bloody tragedy and her husband's escape. The irony is that her book is called You Should Have Known, and is dedicated to advice for women on how they should trust their intuition and pay attention to the first red flags in the behavior of the men around them.

Where to watch it: HBO

12. Golden Kamuy

The story follows Saichi Sugimoto, a veteran of the early twentieth century Russo-Japanese War, and his quest to find a huge fortune of gold left by the Ainu people, helped by a young Ainu girl named Asirpa.

Where to watch it: Amazon Prime

13. The Mandalorian

The second season of the Star Wars blockbuster TV series. Baby Yoda is coming back!

Where to watch it: Disney+

8 Worthy British Series to Watch in September
While the film studios continue to delay movie premieres until better times, British TV pleases us with small premieres, which in their coolness can be compared with high-budget series.

November TV series worth watching:

14. The Crown

The fourth season of the well-known series about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

Where to watch it: Netflix

15. Grand Army

The series follows five students at Grand Army High School in Brooklyn.

Where to watch it: Netflix

16. Truth Seekers

Truth Seekers is a supernatural comedy-drama series featuring Nick Frost, Samson Kayo, Simon Pegg, and Emma D'Arcy. A group of part-time paranormal investigators team up to uncover a deadly conspiracy.

Where to watch it: Netflix

17. Industry

The series follows a group of 20-year-old university graduates competing for a limited set of permanent positions at a top investment bank in London.

Where to watch it: HBO

18. Adult Material

Despite the provocative choice of topic, the new British mini-series, as befits a prim British series, will try to take a hard and balanced look at the porn industry in its current state and the paradoxes of modern family life.

19. Moonbase 8

This is the story of three unsuccessful astronauts who practice self-isolation at a NASA base and dream of being free and rushing to the stars one day.

Where to watch it: Showtime