Just like every year, September is loaded with premieres and new seasons of some of your favorite shows. So we’ve rounded up all the can’t-miss premieres that you need to know about across cable networks and streaming platforms this month.
Some shows are returning for their next installment, while others are coming to your screens for the first time. So there’s something for everyone. From musical specials to binge-worthy dramas through can’t-miss reality TV, mark your calendar for these highly anticipated premieres dropping this month:
September 2 — Afterlife of the Party (Netflix)
Victoria Justice and Midori Francis headline this new comedy film about a young girl dying in a freak accident on her birthday weekend and getting a second chance to right any wrongdoings.
September 2 — Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Season 13 (Bravo)
MDLLA returns with a 90-minute premiere to catch up with returning agents Tracy, Josh Flagg, Josh Altman, James Harris, and David Parnes. Furthermore, they’ll be joined by Fredrik Eklund, who fans know from Million Dollar Listing New York, as he joins as a full-time cast member this season. Check it out at 8/7c!
September 2 — CMA Summer Jam, Special (ABC)
Don’t miss country music’s hottest night at 8/7c with performances by Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Luke Combs, Florida Georgia Line, HARDY, Miranda Lambert, Carly Pearce, Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Cole Swindell, and Carrie Underwood, among others.
September 3 — Cinderella (Prime Video)
Camila Cabello stars in this comedy/musical that is a bold, new take on the traditional fairytale. Additionally, Cinderella has an all-star cast, including Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, Minnie Driver, and Pierce Brosnan. It also features new, dazzling original music.
September 3 — Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles (Disney+)
Billie Eilish performs her new album “Happier Than Ever” in its entirety at the famed Los Angeles-based Hollywood Bowl, accompanied by Gustavo Dudamel and the L.A. Philharmonic, among other special guests. The show will also incorporate unique animated elements.
September 7 — Impeachment: American Crime Story, Season 3 (FX)
After a full-year delay, the third season of Ryan Murphy’s anthology is set during the later years of the Bill Clinton administration and focuses on the Monica Lewinsky scandal. What’s more, the real-life Lewinsky serves as a producer and consultant on the show. The first two (of 10) episodes air back-to-back to kick things off.
September 8 — The Circle, Season 3 (Netflix)
The Circle is a hilarious combination of the best (and worst) aspects of shows like Big Brother and Catfish. Contestants may either enter the game as themselves or choose anyone else to impersonate to dupe their new friends and gain popularity, which is the only way to win the game. New episodes will drop weekly.
September 17 — The Morning Show, Season 2 (Apple TV+)
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell, Mark Duplass, and Emmy winner Billy Crudup return for Apple’s highest-profile launch series that picks up following the jaw-dropping events of the season 1 finale.
September 19 — 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (CBS)
Cedric the Entertainer hosts this year’s Emmys live at 8 pm ET.
September 20 — 9-1-1, Season 5 (FOX)
The first three episodes of the new season will find the 118 dealing with a citywide blackout that will encompass the first three episodes of the season. Maddie will still be dealing with her postpartum depression while Albert navigates life since he joined the 118 as a firefighter at the end of season 4.
September 20 — The Voice, Season 21 (NBC)
Ariana Grande makes her debut on the coaching panel (replacing Nick Jonas) alongside Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend. So will the popstar dethrone the reigning champion coach? Only time will tell!
September 22 — The Masked Singer, Season 6 (FOX)
Catch the two-night premiere of this zany reality singing competition featuring characters such as Banana Split, Cupcake, Dalmatian, Hamster, Mallard, and Queen of Hearts at 8/7c. Then, can you guess the stars behind the costumes?
Be sure to check out these shows coming to TV in September! So which of these are you most excited to tune into? Drop us a comment and let us know!