The Best New TV Shows to Watch Right Now


The kids are in bed, today’s to-do list has been checked off, and the house is finally quiet—pure bliss, really. So it’s time to kick back, relax, and turn on the TV to unwind for the night… but what should you watch? It seems like there are a million “must-see” shows with all the different streaming services available nowadays, so finding a new go-to series can be a bit overwhelming. It may feel easier to settle for yet another Real Housewives or Friends re-watch, but there really are some new TV shows you won’t want to miss out on that are either newly released or coming soon.

From series premieres to long-awaited new seasons, we’ve narrowed down the best new TV shows coming soon so you don’t have to doomscroll through the nearly 2,000 shows on Netflix alone (yes, there seriously are that many). Grab a glass of wine, get comfy, and hit play to tune into the most binge-worthy shows of the season, broken down by streaming service below.


Sweet Magnolias, Season 3

ICYMI, Season 3 of the heartwarming romantic drama series premiered over the summer. Every now and then, we could all use a brain break. That’s why this show all about a friend group in a small Southern town who have vowed to support each other through relationships, career ups and downs, and family issues is a great one to start or get back into—plus, another season is officially on the horizon!

Virgin River, Season 5

Speaking of heartwarming, buckle up to head back to California for for the recent return of Virgin River. See what’s new with your favorite characters from the idyllic small town. The best part? If you’ve already watched Season 5, Part One and are stuck on the nail-biting ending, you don’t have to wait long until Part Two, which will premiere on November 30.

Love Is Blind, Season 5

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: September 22

This cult-favorite dating show just returned for Season 5—and if you’ve never watched it before, buckle up. As always, the series follows 15 men and 15 women hoping to find love by dating one another in purpose-built “pods” where they can talk through a speaker but aren’t able to see each other until they decide to get engaged.

The Fall of the House of Usher

From the creators of The Haunting of Hill House comes your latest favorite horror series—and one that everyone’s talking about. Literary fans will also appreciate that this tale includes subtle references to works of Edgar Allen Poe. As family members of the siblings behind a massive pharmaceutical company start being killed, both their empire and the secrets of their success are threatened.

Locked In

Release date: November 1

True crime fans will love this new release. Though not based on real events, it offers all of the elements we search for in our favorite podcasts. When a nurse questions the cause of a coma patient’s injuries, she uncovers dark secrets.

All the Light We Cannot See

If the 2014 book of the same name was the ultimate page-turner for you, you’re going to want to catch the limited series as soon as possible. Amidst the darkness of WWII, blind broadcaster Marie-Laure aims to find the light. As she crosses paths with a German soldier who admires her work, both try to survive against all odds.

Selling Sunset, Season 7

Dive back into the real estate world that’s as competitive as it is dramatic with the return of Selling Sunset. Get ready for more million-dollar homes, out of this world outfits, and drama we want to peel our eyes away from but simply can’t.

Escaping Twin Flames

Release date: November 8

Look no further for your next cult true crime docuseries obsession that you’ll want to bring up at every gathering for the foreseeable future. A group claiming they can unite people with their one true love quickly goes dark amidst control, abuse, and indoctrination. In this three-part series, you’ll be hooked from the first interview from a former member.

The Crown

Release date: Part 1, November 16 + Part 2, December 14

Royal fans, unite! Catch Part 1 of award-winning show’s sixth season this month before Part 2 premieres in mid-December. Following the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II, be sure to savor the remaining episodes as this will be the final season of the series.


The Other Black Girl

Nella Rogers breaths a sign of relief when the only other black girl, Hazel, is hired at her company. But, as Hazel becomes more successful, sinister secrets come to a head about their workplace. This a thriller—based on the popular 2021 novel—that you won’t want to miss.

American Horror Story: Delicate

Hulu recently released the latest season of American Horror Story, just in time for fall and spooky season. If, for you, spooky isn’t just dedicated to one season, hit play on the acclaimed horror show any time. This season is an adaptation of the book Delicate Condition by Danielle Valentine that follows a pregnant woman who’s paranoid someone is trying to stop her pregnancy. Plus, see Kim Kardashian like you’ve never seen her before as one of the main characters.

Love in Fairhope

It’s safe to say anything produced by or given the stamp of approval by Reese Witherspoon has to be good—especially one from the creators of Vanderpump Rules. In this unscripted new series, viewers can follow along with the love lives of five women in small town Fairhope, Alabama.

The Kardashians, Season 4

Buckle up for 10 episodes following your favorite famous family. Catch up on the drama and get a look into the personal lives of Kourtney, Kim, Kris, Kendall, Khloe, and Kylie for the perfect brain-break TV series.

Black Cake

Based on the bestselling 2022 book by Charmaine Wilkerson, Black Cake follows two children who learn of their mother’s dark secrets and things she had to do to survive via an audio recording they received after her death. The contents of the tape have the power to change their lives forever.

Fargo, Season 5

Release date: November 21

If you’ve been waiting since 2020 to see what’s happening in small town North Dakota, the long wait is over. If you’ve never seen the series before, now is a great time to dive in. It follows Dorothy Lyon, a seemingly typical Midwest housewife with secrets. The series is inspired by the 1996 film of the same name.

Apple TV+

The Morning Show, Season 3

A show with an all-star cast like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon is practically fool-proof. If you haven’t watched the first two seasons of this series about a morning show with a questionable history, now is a great time to dive in.

The Buccaneers

If Bridgerton taught us anything, it’s that we adore a period piece. In this new drama, a group of young American women head to dazzling London to secure husbands and titles. The series is inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edith Wharton’s novel of the same title.

Slow Horse, Season 3

Release Date: December 1

Season 3 of this spy drama is back and more intense than ever. Watch as the M15 agents defend England from the sinister forces that be.


Fixer Upper: The Hotel

Release date: November 8

Our favorite southern renovators are back! This time lovable duo Chip and Joanna Gaines take on their biggest reno to date: a 100-year-old hotel. We can’t wait to see what they do to the 33-room hotel in Waco, TX—and dream about visiting one day!

Rap Sh!t, Season 2

Release date: November 9

If you’re ready for more entertaining moments and rap music, Max’s gift to you is the return of their premiere comedy series Rap Sh!t. This season, the rapping best friend duo goes on tour and, of course, things don’t quite go as planned.

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