The Best Fall 2021 Television Shows This Year
Fall television is back everyone. With the pandemic last year, it seemed like television was at a stand-still. As the world opens up, we have a plethora of television shows to choose from as we settle in for the change of seasons. Across all streaming channels, here’s what we’re watching.
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One of the most exciting parts of the fall streaming lineup on Disney+ is Hawkeye. This is the latest Marvel TV show installment to stream on Disney+. Other shows like “WandaVision,” “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” and “Loki” delighted Marvel fans. This show focuses on Avenger Hawkeye (played by Jeremy Renner) after the events of “Endgame.” “Hawkeye” is going to be a wonderful treat for all Marvel fans. This show premiers on Disney+ on November 24th.
The Beatles: Get Back
This is a three-part documentary series airing on Disney+ in November. Beatles fans can get a look at hours of footage featuring these rock icons in this new documentary directed by Peter Jackson. The documentary covers how the Beatles made and recorded their 1970 album, “Let It Be.” The album had the working title of “Get Back.” Each episode is about 3 hours long. The series hopes to give fans a better understanding of how the album came about, and the attitude the musicians had toward each other. This documentary premieres on Disney+ on November 25-27.
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Cowboy Bebop is a classic anime that aired in the 90s and early 2000s. This anime is much beloved in the hearts of many, which is what made Netflix agree to bring it back just in time for fall streaming. The new television show stars John Cho as the main character Spike Spiegel, a bounty hunter who travels around space with his friends Jet Black (played by Mustafa Shakir) and Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) hunting criminals and trying to find their next meal. This television show premiers on Netflix on November 19th.
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The Witcher was a hit Netflix show that took the internet by storm in 2019. The show follows a monster hunter on their adventures. The show is an adaption of the Witcher book series by Andrzej Sapkowski. A lot of the fans of the show come from the video game adaptation released years ago. The author now serves as a creative consultant on the show, which is part of why it has fans hooked. After a year long delay due to COVID, this show’s second season premiers December 17th on Netflix.
This Netflix adaptation of Stephanie Land’s memoir “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and a Mother’s Will to Survive” stars Margaret Qualley from “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” The show follows lead character Stephanie’s life as a single mother that’s struggling to escape an abusive relationship. After she ends up homeless, she makes ends meet as a housekeeper as she struggles to provide for her family while barely making ends meet through her work. This show is a heartbreaking look at the reality of mothers everywhere in America, and premiers on October 1st.
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This new fall television show on Hulu is based on a book by Beth Macy titled “Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and Drug Company That Addicted America.” Michael Keaton serves as star and producer of this television show that documents the opioid epidemic and its connections to Purdue Pharmacy’s OxyContin painkiller by examining how the drug rolled out, to how it affected small communities. This also ties back into how the drug and company was being investigated by the federal agents. Anyone that’s interested in biopics can catch Dopesick on Hulu, premiering weekly on Wednesdays starting October 13th.
Y: The Last Man
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This latest show from Hulu is an adaptation of the comic book series of the same name by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra. The show focuses on a postapocolyptic world where all mammals who have a Y-chromosome died from a mysterious disease, with the exception of one human man and a monkey. “Y: The Last Man” looks at how the world functions without cisgendered men, providing a unique commentary on the gender binary and a postapocolyptic world without cismen in it. This show premieres weekly on Hulu starting September 13th.
Other Shows You Don’t Want To Miss:
There are too many fall tv shows to list all in this article. Here are some other shows that you can look into binge watching this fall:
– Ordinary Joe on NBC: This show follows Joe as he explores his life if he should make one of three different choices. Except he gets a chance to see his life if he were to pick either one.
– The Wonder Years on ABC: From the producers of Empire, this show follows the Williams, a black middleclass family in Alabama during the 1960s.
– The Next Thing You Eat on Hulu: This show examines different foods across different cultures, as well as the reasons we’re drawn to different food.
– Invasion on Apple TV+: This sci-fi show is a multicultural version of War of the Worlds, focusing on families whose lives have been turned upside down by events in space.
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