Date guide for TV premieres 2023: all recurring shows

‘Tis the season for scarves, pumpkin spice lattes, and all your favorite recurring shows.

The strikes by Hollywood actors and writers have delayed some shows and networks have shifted programming schedules.

However, many old classics are still returning, from reality cooking shows to reality dating series to scripted historical dramas.

This fall’s roster also features a diverse group of stars, including Jon Hamm, Joe Keery, Juno Temple, Tig Notaro, Cara Delevingne and Kim Kardashian.

Here’s your essential guide to all the returning shows.

“The Morning Show”

Now in Season 3, the morning TV workplace drama starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Billy Crudup returns with new additions to the cast including Hamm, Notaro, Natalie Morales and Nicole Beharie.

Premiere date: September 13th AppleTV+.

Jennifer Aniston holds note cards in her hand.
Jennifer Aniston on “The Morning Show,” returning for season three with some new guest stars.
Courtesy of Apple

“I can see your voice”

Cheryl Hines and singer Adrienne Bailon-Houghton join host Ken Jeong in the third season of the game show, where a rotating panel of celebrities decide who is (or isn’t) a good singer.

Premiere: September 19 on Fox (9 p.m.)

“American Horror Story: Delicate”

Season 12 of the Ryan Murphy anthology series stars Kim Kardashian, Cara Delevingne and Emma Roberts. This season’s story follows actress Anna Victoria Alcott (Roberts), who is trying to become a mother. What could go wrong?

Premiere date: September 20 on FX.

“Murdaugh Murders: A Scandal in the South”

Season 2 of this documentary continues the violent and bizarre story of disgraced South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh, who was convicted in March of the murders of his wife Maggie and son Paul. Season 1 followed the events leading up to the verdict; Season 2 will focus on the impact on the community and include interviews with the Murdaugh family housekeeper and the trial’s jurors.

Premiere date: September 20th on Netflix.

“Enlightenment lessons”

The fourth and final season of this raunchy teen comedy returns with stars Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey and Connor Swindells. Schitt’s Creek creator/star Dan Levy joins the cast.

Premiere date: September 21 on Netflix.

Ncuti Gatwa looks surprised in a school hallway.
Ncuti Gatwa starred in Barbie and Doctor Who, but is returning for the fourth season of Sex Education.
Samuel Taylor/Netflix

“Love is blind”

Season 5 of the dating reality series follows singles in Houston, TX who try to fall in love – without ever seeing it.

Premiere date: September 22 on Netflix.

“The voice”

Season 24 marks the first time in the 12-year series that Blake Shelton will not be a coach. Reba McEntire replaces Shelton along with returning coaches Niall Horan, Gwen Stefani and John Legend.

Premiere date: September 25 on NBC (8 p.m.)

Reba McEntire sits on a chair in front of a red button.
Reba McEntire joins The Voice after Blake Shelton leaves.
Tyler Golden/NBC via Getty Images

“Kitchen nightmares”

Season 8 of the reality food series returns after a nine-year hiatus (Season 7 aired in 2014) and follows chef Gordon Ramsay as he helps chefs across America turn their fortunes around.

Premiere: September 25 on Fox (8 p.m.)

“The Masked Singer”

Season 10 of the reality competition show will feature 16 masked contestants, and there will be some previous “wildcard” contestants returning. Host Nick Cannon and judges Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke will all return.

Premiere: September 27 on Fox (8 p.m.)

Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger stand together smiling.
Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger return as judges on The Masked Singer.
Pete Dadds


Season 45 of the reality series pits 18 castaways against each other while stranded in Fiji.

Premiere: September 27 on CBS (8:00 p.m.)

“Shark Tank”

Season 15 returns with hosts Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John and Kevin O’Leary.

Premiere date: September 29 on ABC (8 p.m.)

“Quantum Leap”

Season 2 of the revival of the early ’90s sci-fi hit features new cast members Eliza Taylor (“The 100”) and Peter Gadiot (“Yellowjackets”).

Premiere date: October 4 on NBC (8 p.m.)

“Lupin Part 3”

France’s most wanted gentleman thief Assane Diop (Omar Sy) returns for another heist in the international hit.

Premiere date: October 5 on Netflix.

“Our flag means death”

Season 2 of the pirate comedy returns, with Taika Waititi as Blackbeard and Rhys Darby as Stede Bonnet. Minnie Driver joins the cast as famous pirate Anne Bonny.

Premiere date: October 5th Max.


Season 2 of the Marvel series about Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, who rampages through time, will feature Jonathan Majors, who is embroiled in controversy and accused of alleged domestic violence.

Premiere date: October 6th Disney+

Ke Huy Quan as OB, Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15, Tom Hiddleston as Loki and Owen Wilson as Mobius "Loki" standing in a doorway.
Ke Huy Quan as OB, Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15, Tom Hiddleston as Loki and Owen Wilson as Mobius in Loki.
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The afterlife comedy from creator Greg Daniels (“The Office”) starring Robbie Amell returns for a third season with quirky romantic comedy shenanigans.

Premiere date: October 20 on Prime Video.

“The Gilded Age”

Season 2 of Julian Fellowes (“Downton Abbey”), a lavish drama about wealthy women in late 19th-century New York City, returns with stars Carrie Coon, Christine Baranski and Cynthia Nixon.

Premiere: October 29 on HBO (9 p.m.). New cast members include Robert Sean Leonard (“House”) and Laura Benanti.


After a nearly three-year hiatus, the anthology series returns for its fifth season starring Jon Hamm, Juno Temple (“Ted Lasso”), Joe Keery (“Stranger Things”) and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

Premiere date: November 21 on FX (10 p.m.).

Caroline Bleakley

Caroline Bleakley is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Caroline Bleakley joined USTimeToday in 2022 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Caroline Bleakley by emailing

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