Entertainment TV The Returning Fall TV Shows We Can't Wait For (and How to Watch Them!) Mark your calendars for the return of these hit TV shows that left us with cliffhangers, questions and plenty of anticipation for their newest seasons By People Staff Published on September 22, 2021 09:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 16 The Morning Show Apple TV+ After Alex (Jennifer Aniston) and Bradley's (Reese Witherspoon) on-air takedown of their network, the show must go on. The show's stars talk about what to expect (hint: a lot more drama) here. Premiered Sept. 17 on Apple TV+. 02 of 16 Grey's Anatomy Mike Rosenthal/ABC With Kate Walsh and Kate Burton and Abigail Spencer scrubbing in, the show's 18th season appears to be continuing the parade of returning stars — but at least they won't be on a beach. As for romance, Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Teddy (Kim Raver) are newly engaged, Maggie (Kelly McCreary) and Winston (Clifford Ndudu) are newly married, and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) and Link (Chris Carmack) are newly in a less-than-great place. Oh, and maybe Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Cormac (Richard Flood) will finally get that long overdue drink! Premieres Sept. 30 on ABC. 03 of 16 You JOHN P. FLEENOR/NETFLIX Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) are married with a newborn son, Henry, and living in suburbia. So does this mean their murderous days are behind them? Premieres Oct. 15 on Netflix. 04 of 16 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Christopher Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler, Mariska Hargitay as Captain Olivia Benson. Virginia Sherwood/NBC What do you need to know about the next installments of the Law & Order franchises besides this steamy pic of Chris Meloni and Mariska Hargitay "rehearsing" that they teased on social media? Premieres Sept. 23 on NBC. 05 of 16 New Amsterdam New Amsterdam. Virginia Sherwood/NBC Season 3 ended on a very romantic note, so we're about to get a taste of what happens next for Goodwin (Ryan Eggert) and Sharpe (Freema Agyeman). And, inevitably, we'll finally find out what's really going on with Reynolds (Jocko Sims). Premiered Sept. 21 on NBC. 06 of 16 Survivor Robert Voets/CBS Survivor is back for season 41! The first post-pandemic season sees the players back in Fiji, fighting over rice, immunity idols and alliances. Jeff Probst is back as host, and retired NFL player Danny McCray is among the contestants. Premieres Sept. 22 on CBS. 07 of 16 Great British Baking Show Netflix Prepare to be soothed by sugar with the friendliest, funniest reality show competition on TV (with judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith and co-hosts Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas). Premieres Sept. 24 on NBC. 08 of 16 Succession hbo Kendall (Jeremy Strong) made a bold move against his father, Logan (Brian Cox), and now a war is brewing—in the corporate world and among the Roy family. Premieres Oct. 17 on HBO. 09 of 16 Baby-Sitters Club COURTESY OF NETFLIX Gear up for season 2 of the delightful show based on Ann M. Martin's beloved book series. After a whirlwind summer at camp, preteens Kristy Thomas (Sophie Grace), Claudia Kishi (Momona Tamada), Stacey McGill (Shay Rudolph) and Dawn Schafer (Kyndra Sanchez) are set to begin a new school year and hopefully take their babysitting business to the next level with two additional members, Mallory Pike and Jessi Ramsey, played by Vivian Watson and Anais Lee, respectively. Premieres Oct. 11 on Netflix. 10 of 16 Love Life Photograph by Sarah Shatz/HBO Max Anna Kendrick will appear, but in season 2 of this anthology comedy, the ode/cautionary tale (depending on perspective) to dating in New York City is all about The Good Place's William Jackson Harper. His Marcus Watkins has newly reentered the dating scene a years-long relationship. Jessica Williams, Kimberly Elise and Blair Underwood also star. Premieres Oct. 28 on HBO Max. 11 of 16 Dear White People Netflix The fourth and final season of the Netflix satire puts a twist on chronicling the lives of Logan Browning and her fellow seniors at Winchester University's Armstrong-Parker House by turning the episodes into a '90s jukebox musical. Premieres Sept. 22 on Netflix. 12 of 16 Chicago Fire Art Streiber/NBC There were plenty of cliffhangers at the end of season 9, including a proposal, a confession of love and a tight situation for some of the squad. Will Taylor Kinney's Lt. Severide escape being trapped underwater in order to walk down the aisle with Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo)? Premieres Sept. 22 on NBC. 13 of 16 Yellowstone Danno Nell/Paramount Network Beth (Kelly Reilly), Kayce (Luke Grimes) and John (Kevin Costner) are all in mortal danger—but who planned the attack? Premieres Nov. 7 on Paramount+. 14 of 16 The Equalizer Mary Kouw/CBS Queen Latifah will continue to hunt bad guys as a vigilante-by-night, but what will happen when her teenage daughter finds out her secret? Premieres Oct. 10 on CBS. 15 of 16 Hightown starz Jackie (Monica Raymund) was tapped to help the Cape Cod police just as her friend Junior (Shane Harper) died of an overdose, but can she stay sober? 16 of 16 The Goldbergs Scott Everett White/ABC The hit family sitcom's 9th season will open with an '80s movie homage and a tribute to late actor George Segal, who played Pops and died two days before season 8 wrapped. Premieres Sept. 22 on ABC.