The Most Anticipated TV Shows of September 2023

The 7 Most Anticipated TV Shows of September 2023

Get ready to be spooked this September as we won’t have to wait until Halloween for scary tales on TV. This month is jam-packed with hair-raising premieres that are sure to give you goosebumps. Brace yourself for the highly anticipated arrival of “The Changeling,” a contemporary fable exploring parenthood’s joys and terrors. Also, don’t miss out on the latest “American Horror Story” season that now features Kim Kardashian. Meanwhile, Hulu’s adaptation of “The Other Black Girl” perfectly blends suspense and satire. And last but not least, we bid farewell to the teenagers of Moordale (now Cavendish), which is the most terrifying of all.

As September rolls in, the ucreview team has yet again done the work for you by scouring through the sea of new fall shows to bring you the most thrilling ones to watch. Don’t forget to check out the end of the list for additional noteworthy premieres.

Season 4 of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City

Hear the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 4 Taglines Now! | RHOSLC | Bravo

The highly anticipated release of the show is just around the corner as it is set to make its debut on September 5th. Fans have been eagerly waiting for this day to arrive and are excited to finally witness the new content. The countdown has officially begun, and everyone is gearing up for the premiere of the show. It’s going to be an eventful day for both the cast and fans alike as they unite to celebrate the launch of the new season. Get ready to mark your calendars for September 5th, as this is one premiere you do not want to miss!

After being away for nearly two years, Mary Cosby is making a comeback to The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City for Season 4. With Jen Shah now serving a 66-month prison sentence for wire fraud, Mary is bound to have clashes with a different co-star this time around. As the alleged leader of a religious cult, Mary has a knack for turning a small disagreement into a full-blown feud, so fans can expect a season-long conflict from her. And with her return, the question on everyone’s mind is, “Does it still smell like hospital in here?”

Even though Mary is the one to keep an eye on this season, she’s technically only considered a “friend of” the group. This means she’ll have to compete with Angie Katsanevas and Monica Garcia, who are both new Housewives. Angie was promoted from her role last year, while Monica previously worked as Jen’s assistant and claims to have witnessed her illegal activities. Immediately, Monica inserts herself into the group’s messy dynamic and finds herself in the midst of the tension between returning stars Lisa Barlow, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, and Whitney Rose. Season 4 may not have any arrests in the Beauty Lab parking lot or plea deals (that we know of, at least), but with these six ladies, there will be more than enough drama to go around. As RHOSLC begins a new chapter, Claire Spellberg Lustig notes that Mary may be the one to watch, but the show has plenty of other exciting storylines to follow.

The Changeling, Apple TV+

Premieres September 8

The Changeling — Official Trailer | Apple TV+

Kelly Marcel, the creator of the horror-fantasy series, has turned Victor LaValle’s chilling novel The Changeling into a captivating drama. Director Melina Matsoukas lends her expertise to the production, delivering a show that mesmerizes its viewers. The cast, led by LaKeith Stanfield and Clark Backo, is exceptional, with standout performances from Underground star Amirah Vann and Malcolm Barrett. While there are plenty of stunning visuals to satisfy fans of spectacle, the heart of the story lies in the emotional journey of new parents Apollo (Stanfield) and Emma (Backo). Their struggles in this terrifying tale go far beyond late-night feedings and diaper changes. – Danette Chave.

Hulu’s “The Other Black Girl”

The Other Black Girl | Official Trailer | Hulu

The much-awaited premiere of the show is just around the corner. Fans have been eagerly counting down the days to September 13, the day when the show will finally hit the screens. The excitement is palpable, and it seems like the wait has been worth it. With just a few more days to go, everyone is brimming with anticipation and can’t wait to see what the show has in store for them. September 13 is sure to be a day to remember for all the fans out there.

American Horror Story: Delicate

Premieres September 20

American Horror Story: Delicate | Official Teaser - Hallway | FX

American Horror Story is a popular horror anthology television series that has been entertaining its fans for over a decade. Each season revolves around a different theme, and the show is known for its dark, twisted, and often unsettling storylines. The latest season, American Horror Story: Delicate, is no exception. It explores the theme of aging and how delicate life can be as we get older. The season is set in a nursing home and features a cast of talented actors, including Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, and Macaulay Culkin.

The Super Models, Apple TV+

Premieres September 20

The Super Models — Official Teaser | Apple TV+

The much-awaited premiere is just around the corner as September 20 nears. Fans are eagerly waiting to see what’s in store for them and are already counting down the days. The anticipation is at an all-time high, and everyone is looking forward to the big day. Mark your calendars and get ready for the exciting premiere on September 20.

Have you ever wondered what it was like to experience the golden age of supermodels? Despite the constant media coverage of the most famous models of the 1980s and 1990s, the reality of the industry is often shrouded in mystery. This docuseries offers a unique opportunity to hear directly from four of the original supermodels themselves: Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, and Christy Turlington. Through their own stories, they shed light on the highs and lows of their time on the catwalks, emphasizing the crucial role of their friendship and mutual support in shaping their careers and influencing the next generation of supermodels. The four-part series is directed by Roger Ross Williams (Love to Love You, Donna SummerThe Apollo) and Larissa Bills (On Pointe).

Season 4 of Sex Education on Netflix

Sex Education: Season 4 | Official Trailer | Netflix

The highly anticipated premiere of the show is set to take place on September 21, marking the beginning of a new era of entertainment. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of this show, and the excitement is palpable. With just a few short weeks until the big day, everyone is counting down the days until they can tune in and experience the magic for themselves. So mark your calendars and get ready for a wild ride!

The final season of Sex Education is a rollercoaster of emotions as it brings us to a new school, Cavendish Sixth Form College, where Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) find themselves in the midst of a cultural shift. Unlike their previous school, Moordale Secondary, which had a sex-negative and hyper-competitive environment, Cavendish has a student-led approach that encourages progressivism. Otis starts his clinic at the new school but soon realizes that he’s not the only sex therapist on campus. As if that weren’t enough, Otis also has to deal with his baby sister’s arrival and Maeve’s (Emma Mackey) departure for Wallace University in the United States. All of this leads to an identity crisis for Otis, who faces an uncertain future with graduation looming.

Still Up

The release date for the show’s premiere has been set for September 22.

Still Up — Official Trailer | Apple TV+

Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts portray two insomniacs who develop a platonic bond through late-night phone conversations. Although they have romantic partners, they find a unique connection with each other that they don’t share with anyone else. This scenario could easily lend itself to a romantic comedy, but it remains unclear if the two characters will ever become romantically involved. Set in London, the Apple TV+ series is produced by the same company that created the critically acclaimed series, “I May Destroy You.” However, “Still Up” appears to take on a lighter tone. This could be a heartwarming and charming romance if Thomas and Roberts can live up to the chemistry they exhibit in the trailer. – Joe Reid.

Prime Video’s Gen V

Gen V - Official Teaser Trailer | Prime Video

The highly anticipated premiere of the show is scheduled to air on September 29th. Fans are eagerly waiting for this date to arrive and are excited to see what the show has in store for them. With just a few weeks left until the big day, the anticipation is at an all-time high. Get ready to mark your calendars and tune in to catch the premiere!

Superpowered individuals are entitled to quality education, just like everyone else. Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters is the X-Men’s educational institution, while The Umbrella Academy serves as the Hargreeves family’s school. Similarly, in the universe of The Boys, there is Godolkin University for Supes. However, like the other two schools, Godolkin has its share of dark secrets lurking beneath the surface. This upcoming spin-off series is expected to maintain the hilariously chaotic tone of The Boys, this time featuring a younger group of Supes pushing the boundaries of their abilities. Jax Sinclair portrays Marie Moreau, a blood bender with aspirations of becoming the first Black woman to join The Seven. Her ambition puts her in the crosshairs of her fiercely competitive classmates and the school’s administration. But with Vought International getting involved, it’s difficult to tell who has good intentions.

Other Notable September Premieres

  • The Wheel of Time (Prime Video): Season 2 premiere, September 1
  • Disenchantment (Netflix): Fifth and final season premiere, September 1
  • Love Is Blind: After the Altar (Netflix): Season 5 premiere, September 1
  • Never Let Him Go (Hulu): Docuseries premiere, September 6
  • Scouts Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America (Netflix): Docuseries premiere, September 6
  • Predators (Netflix): Nature series premiere, September 6
  • Top Boy (Netflix): Final season premiere, September 6
  • Virgin River (Netflix): Season 5 premiere, September 7
  • The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon (AMC/AMC+): Series premiere, September 10
  • The Swarm (The CW): Series premiere, September 12
  • Michelle Wolf: It’s Great to Be Here (Netflix): Comedy special premiere, September 12
  • Welcome to Wrexham (FX): Season 2 premiere, September 12
    The Morning Show (Apple TV+): Season 3 premiere, September 13
  • Wilderness (Prime Video): Series premiere, September 15
  • The Gold (Paramount+): Series premiere, September 17
  • Young Love (Max): Series premiere, September 21
  • The Continental: From the World of John Wick (Peacock): Series premiere, September 22
  • Krapopolis (Fox): Series premiere, September 24
  • The Irrational (NBC): Series premiere, September 25
  • Survivor (CBS): Season 45 premiere, September 27
  • Castlevania: Nocturne (Netflix): Series premiere, September 28
  • Starstruck (Max): Season 3 premiere, September 28
  • The Kardashians (Hulu): Season 4 premiere, September 28
  • The New York Times Presents: How to Fix a Pageant (FX): Premieres September 29

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