Streaming platforms like Hulu, Apple TV Plus, and Netflix constantly offer exciting new shows to keep us entertained. However, choosing what to watch next can be overwhelming with the abundance of options available. Fear not, as we’ve done the work for you! Here’s a specially curated list of the ten best new TV shows to stream this September. 

‘The Continental: From the World of John Wick’

The Continental: From the World of John Wick

Here’s something for the lovers of Keanu Reeves and the “John Wick” franchise. The upcoming three-part event series will take viewers back in time to New York in the 1970s – where it all began.

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The series will explore the origin of ‘The Continental,’ the famous hotel-for-assassins featured in “John Wick.” The story is told through the eyes of a young Winston Scott as he charts a deadly course to seize control of the hotel, where he eventually takes his throne.

The miniseries is set to be released on Peacock on September 22.

‘The Changeling’

The Changeling

“The Changeling” is one of the most anticipated TV shows of 2023. Directed by Melina Matsoukas, the show was written based on Victor LaVille‘s best-selling book of the same title. The story follows the beautiful love story of Apollo and Emma. Their union was so blissful you would use them to make a wish.

However, things turned around after Emma had their first child. Emma suddenly vanishes, and Apollo sets on an adventure through a side of New York City that threatens his existence. He is on a quest to find his missing wife and abducted son.

It’s all horror and fantasy in “The Changeling’ — one of the best TV shows to stream in September.

The Apple TV Plus series will hit the silver screen on September 8 with its first three episodes.

‘The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon’ (Season 1)

The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon (Season 1)

How many more spin-offs can we expect from AMC’s “The Walking Dead?” We do not know, but we know that a fifth one is incoming on September 10, which follows one of the franchise’s most popular characters, Daryl Dixon.

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In the upcoming series, the titular character is in France and still trying to find his way back to the United States. He embarks on a journey, only to find himself in an entirely strange place, oblivious of how he got there.

With time, Dixon gets caught up in a conflict between a benevolent religious sect and an autocratic movement. Dixon must awaken his survivor instincts to stay alive and find his way home.

Watch the first episode of Daryl Dixon on AMC.

‘Gen V’


Again, another spin-off, this time of the 2019 superheroes series, “The Boys.”

The original series followed a group of vigilantes whose mission was to take down a group of corrupt and narcissistic superheroes abusing their powers. Amazon Prime has announced a fourth installment of “The Boys,” scheduled for 2024.

But while fans wait, they could enjoy this upcoming spin-off series. Gen V follows a set of first-generation superheroes who put their moral and physical boundaries to the test, competing in elite-ranking competitions at their school, Godolkin University School of Crime Fighting.

“Gen V” is set to be released on September 29 on Amazon Prime Video.

‘The Super Models’

The Super Models

“The Super Models” is a fashion documentary miniseries from Apple TV Plus. The series chronicles the rise of Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, and Linda Evangelista during the 80s and 90s.

The quartet reimagined, disrupted, and transformed the fashion industry during their time. The four-episode docuseries will explore their formidable careers and feature interviews with established designers as well as with the four women.

It’s time to relive the glorious 80s and 90s fashion days from the eyes of four women who’ve seen and done it all. The documentary is set for a September 20 release date.

‘Still Up’

Still Up

Starring Craig Roberts and Antonia Thomas, the British original comedy series “Still Up” follows two insomniacs, Danny and Lisa.

According to the official synopsis, “Lisa is an impulsive and free-spirited aspiring writer whose questions over her daughter’s future start keeping her up at night, and the socially anxious yet gifted journalist Danny. Bonded by insomnia, best friends Lisa and Danny stay connected to each other late into the night and find their way through a world of wonderfully weird surprises as their relationship deepens.”

“Still Up” will be released on September 22 on Apple TV Plus.

‘Starstruck’ (Season 3)

Starstruck (Season 3)

The wait is over, and every doubt is cleared. Rose Matefeo‘s “Starstruck” is back for a third season. The series continues to ask and find an answer to the question, what happens after the romance?

The upcoming installment picks up from the aftermath of the kiss between Jessie (Matafeo) and Tom (Nikesh Patel) in the pond. It’s not happy ever after as the two didn’t end up together.

“Starstruck” takes viewers into the future when both are already apart, and Tom has already moved on with another lover while Jessie is still stuck trying to figure out what she wants her life to look like.

Season three promises to cause laughter and tears all at once. This should be worth your time. The series will be released on September 28 on Max.

‘The Other Black Girl’

The Other Black Girl

Set to be released on September 13 on Hulu, the “Other Black Girl” ticks the boxes of the most anticipated TV shows and the best TV show to watch in September. The story is based on the 2021 best-selling novel of the same title by Zakiya Dalila Harris.

“The Other Black Girl” follows African-American editorial assistant Nella, the only black employee at her company, Wagner Books. Soon, the company hires another black employee, Hazel.

Nella is excited, but just as Hazel begins to find some success, Nella discovers some dark truths that unsettle her and, ultimately, the company.

‘Krapopolis’ (Season 1)

Krapopolis (Season 1)

“Krapopolis” definitely takes a spot on the list of the best new TV shows to stream in September. The animated comedy series was created by Dan Harmon and hit the silver screen on September 24 on Fox.

Set in Ancient Greece, the series follows a dysfunctional family of humans, gods, and monsters as they try to manage one of the world’s first cities. How will they do that without killing each other?

Matching the interesting storyline is also a star-studded voice cast featuring the likes of Harmon as King Kroisos, Richard Ayoade as Zeus, Hannah Waddingham as Hera, Duncan Trussell as Prometheus, and Matt Berry as Dionysus.

‘The Wheel of Time’ (Season 2)

The Wheel of Time (Season 2)

Written based on Robert Jordan‘s novel of the same title, “The Wheel of Time” returns for a second season on September 1 on Amazon Prime Video. The first season of the epic fantasy was a hit. It chronicled the story of a young woman, Moiraine, who lived in a high fantasy world full of magic.

Moraine crossed paths with five young people, and they set out on a thrilling journey. The second season picks up where season one left off. Moiraine and the all-female magical organization Aes Sedai continue their search for the Dragon Reborn.

“The Wheel of Time” is a complex story with an excellent cast. The second season might just be just as epic as the first.

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