Here are the hot fall shows, from ‘American Gigolo’ to ‘Interview with the Vampire’

Fall is here at last, and with it comes a busy TV season.

While this summer ended in a storm of dragons, as fantasy juggernauts “House of the Dragon” and “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” are currently battling it out for supremacy, the autumn months will bring a slew of offerings across all genres.

Here are some of the hot new fall shows.

“American Gigolo”

Based on the 1980 Paul Schrader film starring Richard Gere, this series follows Julian Kaye (Jon Bernthal), a former gigolo who spent 15 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. After his release, he struggles to find his footing and reconnect with his lost love Michelle (Gretchen Mol) — while also looking for the truth about why he was framed and sent to prison in the first place. 

Where to watch: Showtime (Sept. 9 on streaming, and on cable Sept. 11 at 9 p.m.)

Jon Bernthal in “American Gigolo,” a remake of the Richard Gere movie on Showtime.
Justin Lubin/SHOWTIME


This long-delayed show is about the Romans, a country-music dynasty headed by Dottie (Susan Sarandon) and Albie (Trace Adkins) — while their daughter Nicky (Anna Friel) seeks her own stardom. Think “Empire” meets “Nashville.” 

Where to watch: Sept. 11 on Fox (8 p.m.) 

“The Serpent Queen”

This historical drama follows Catherine de’ Medici (Samantha Morton, “The Walking Dead”), who married into the French court as an orphaned teen — only to discover that she can’t have kids and her husband is in love with someone else. She still manages to rule France for 30 years. 

Where to watch: Sept. 11 on Starz (8 p.m.) 

“Vampire Academy”

The nail is never quite in the coffin for the vampire craze. Based on a series of books of the same name and helmed by Julie Plec (“The Vampire Diaries”), this follows Rose Hathaway (Sisi Stringer) and Lissa Dragomir (Daniela Nieves), teen vampires at a boarding school for the undead … and with a strict class system. 

Where to watch: Sept. 15 on Peacock


A comedy with a star-studded cast including Keegan-Michael Key, Rachel Bloom, Johnny Knoxville and Paul Reiser. How the dysfunctional cast of an early 2000s sitcom acts when they’re thrown back together for a series revival. 

Where to watch: Sept. 20 on Hulu

“So Help Me Todd

Attorney Margaret Wright (Marcia Gay Harden)  hires her talented but scruffy son Todd (Skylar Astin), the black sheep of the family, as her law firm’s in-house investigator. 

Where to watch: Sept. 29 on CBS (9 p.m.). 


Kid Cudi’s animated musical series is about Jabari (voiced by Cudi), an artist on the brink of success, who is wondering if he’s got room in his life for love. Other cast members in the star-studded voice cast include Timothee Chalamet, Jessica Williams, Vanessa Hudgeons, Jaden Smith and Macaulay Culkin. 

Where to watch: Sept. 30 on Netflix

Sam Reid as Lestat in "Interview with the Vampire." His eyes are glowing like a vampire's eyes and he's looking off-camera and wearing a black robe.
Lestat (Sam Reid) in AMC’s “Interview with the Vampire,” premiering Oct. 2.
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“Interview with the Vampire”

Anne Rice’s classic story gets new blood. In this update of the 1976 gothic novel, the vampire Louis (Jacob Anderson, “Game of Thrones”) tells the story of how he was turned into a vampire by Lestat (Sam Reid, “The Astronaut Wives Club”). 

Where to watch: Oct. 2 on AMC (10 p.m.) 

“A Friend of the Family”

Based on a true story, this drama follows the Brobergs — Mary Ann (Anna Paquin) and Bob (Colin Hanks), and daughter Jan (Mckenna Grace) — who’s kidnapped by family friend Robert Berchtold (Jake Lacey, “The White Lotus”).

Where to watch: Oct. 2 on Peacock

Mckenna Grace as Jan in "A Friend of the Family." She's wearing a yellow shirt with red flowers on it with a '70s-style haircut. She looks very serious.
Mckenna Grace as Jan in “A Friend of the Family” on Peacock.

“The Winchesters”

The CW might be imploding as a network, but its long-running series “Supernatural” lives on. In this prequel, co-created by original series star Jensen Ackles, the focus is on the brothers’ parents, John (Drake Rodger) and Mary (Meg Donnelly).

Where to watch: Oct. 11 on The CW (8 p.m.). 


Charlie Hunnam returns to the small screen for the first time since he finished his seven- season run on “Sons of Anarchy.” It’s based on a novel by Gregory David Roberts and follows Lin Ford (Hunnam), a fugitive looking to get lost in chaotic 1980s Bombay.

Where to watch: Oct. 14 on AppleTV+


A workplace comedy starring Randall Park and Melissa Fumero (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”) that follows employees at the last Blockbuster Video store operating in America. 

Where to watch: Nov. 3 on Netflix

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