As we say farewell to the summer in the northern hemisphere, it is time that some of our favorite series return to the small screen. From comedies to dramas, and in either streaming services or television, these are some of the best series that return from September and until the end of 2018.
So now you can mark your calendar, set your DVR, and prepare the popcorn. However, we should mention that you might find some small spoilers below, but if that doesn’t matter to you, find out what comes next for the rest of this year.
LETHAL WEAPON (FOX)
By the time you read this, Lethal Weapon because you will be back for its third season, which premiered on the 25th of September. We do not refer to the popular franchise film that catapulted Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as detectives most popular of the 80s, but the drama of the police, who initially presented to Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford as the detectives Murtaugh and Riggs during their first two seasons. Crawford was fired from the series after the reports of problems behind the scenes last year, and will be replaced by Seann William Scott (American Pie, The Dukes of Hazzard) for the third season, who will play a new character, Wesley Cole.
The fifth season of this musical drama about a mogul of hip-hop that suffers from a debilitating illness, and her family’s struggle to take charge of the multi-million dollar business, debuted on the 26th of September. The acclaimed show is starred by Terrence Howard as Lucious Lyon, CEO of Empire Entertainment and a former drug dealer, and Taraji P. Henson as his brilliant but explosive ex-wife, Cookie. The series has presented a series of guest stars through its development, such as Alicia Keys, Gladys Knight, Jennifer Hudson, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Ne-Yo, some playing themselves and others playing fictional characters. So surely we can also expect to see something similar this season.
HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER (ABC)
Actress Viola Davis, winner of several Emmy awards, returned on the 27th of September to resume his role as lawyer Annalise Keating for the fifth season of this drama from Shonda Rhimes. His representation of a (now-former) professor of Law school, placed herself and her team of students on moral issues and justice, gave Davis the honor of being the first woman of the black race in a win Primetime Emmy for best lead actress in a drama in 2015.
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE (NBC)
With 43 seasons in his long career, this series of comedy live returns on September 29 for season number 44, following their tradition of a special guest host and a guest musical. The series received several Award nominations Primetime Emmy in this year’s ceremony, which was led by the members of his cast Michael Che and Colin Jost, including five nominations for the actors to support Kenan Thompson, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant. Guest stars, including Melissa McCarthy and Alec Baldwin, were also prominent throughout this series, and especially during the last few years for his recurring role as Sean Spicer and Donald Trump, respectively. Baldwin has confirmed that he will return as a Trump for the new season.
BOB’S BURGERS (FOX)
Running with the force for eight seasons, this animated comedy about Bob Belcher (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin) and his restaurant’s burgers returns for its ninth season on September 30. The series has been nominated seven times for the Program Featured Lively at the Emmy awards, winning in 2014 and 2017. They are also preparing a film adaptation, to be released in the summer of 2020.
THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE (AMAZON)
As one of the series most commented on Amazon, this story is dystopian alternate reality is back for its third season on October 5. Based on the novel of 1962 of the same name, written by Philip K. Dick, portrays an alternate version of the year 1962, where the power known as the Axis has won the Second World War. Thanks to the critical acclaim overall, the series received a fourth renewal of the season, even before the debut of the third season.
THE WALKING DEAD (AMC)
Promoted heavily as the final season of the main character Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), the next arc of the story of the drama zombie post-apocalyptic finally reveal what will happen to the fearless leader of the survivors, at the start of the ninth season on 7 October. With the exception of the absence of Maggie Green (Lauren Cohan) and the popular character Morgan (Lennie James), who will be in the series spin-off ” Fear the Walking Dead, most of the original members remain. After you have experienced a fall in the ratings before the departure of Lincoln, the season nine needs to dust off the hat of creativity if we want to see a season 10.
DOCTOR WHO (BBC)
Get ready for more of this classic science fiction series british on the 7th of October, when he returns for another season of adventures with its protagonist alien, who travels in time and space, simply known as The Doctor. The series has developed a group of followers intensely loyal, which extends along the years, since its debut in 1963. The ability of The Doctor to regenerate into new bodies has allowed the role to be played by multiple actors over the years, but the new season brings with it the first iteration female character, now played by Jodie Whittaker.
This popular series of Marvel focuses on Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox), a lawyer, blind fighting crime by night as the vigilante known as Daredevil. The series gave start to the partnership between Marvel and Netflix, who gave birth to Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and The Punisher, and eventually led to the event crossover with The Defenders, which left the fate of Matt Murdock somewhat uncertain. Daredevil returns for a third season on October 19, more than two years after the launch of the second season of the program.
RAY DONOVAN (SHOWTIME)
With Susan Sarandon returning to reprise his role, this criminal drama will debut its sixth season of 12 episodes on October 28. Starring Liev Schreiber, nominated for multiple Emmy awards, as the main character, an expert in solving problems based in Los Angeles, with problems of drink and who grew up with a father drug dealer (Jon Voight), whose activities murky in the name of his rich clients often include bribes, threats, and extreme violence. When we left Ray in season 5, it was recovering from the death of his wife. However, if the trailer is any indication, will go back to their old tricks, as the problems continue following him.
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