Every year, as the leaves turn brown and the air begins to get a little chillier, there are a few constants that as Americans, we have come to expect. Football seizes the attention of most every Saturday and Sunday, while preparations for the upcoming holidays begin to take focus. Another right of passage of every fall is the upcoming schedule of new and returning TV shows to our favorite networks.
Finding new content to take our minds off of everything that has taken place this year is at a premium. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest in our cities and an presidential election that has caused more drama than most reality shows, having new fresh programming to watch with our friends and family is a small positive achievement in an otherwise dismal year. We finally have something that we can look forward to and enjoy.
This year despite the pandemic, the amount of quality programming has not been diminished. While the season has already begun for some shows, there is plenty to look forward to in the near future.
Below is a list of some of the programming that will be airing shortly, we hope that you find something to your liking.
His Dark Materials - HBO, November 16th
Big Sky - ABC, November 17th
We Are the Champions - Netflix, November 17th
No Man's Land - Hulu, November 18th
I Hate Suzie - HBO Max, November 19th
The Pack - Amazon Prime, November 20th
Animaniacs - Hulu, November 20th
Black Narcissus - FX, November 23rd
Saved By The Bell - Peacock, November 23rd
Stylish with Jenna Lyons - HBO Max, November 26th
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