The most anticipated new series of 2019 (Autumn/Winter)

The weather will cool down, but it will get really hot on the TV screens. What are the most anticipated new series of 2019 this fall and winter, and which series are returning for a new season?

The most anticipated new series of 2019 for autumn and winter, they will ensure that we will not be able to tear ourselves away from the screens. HBO promises that they will with the series His Dark Materials filled the void in the hearts of fans of the Game of Thrones series (they are betting on the same effect at Amazon with the series Carnival Row), and two new platforms will also be launched this autumn, Disney+ and Apple+, who bet on a star-studded cast and topicality. Let's see what they are most anticipated new series of 2019, which are coming to the small screen in the fall.

Carnival Row
Premiere: August 30, Amazon

The series will especially delight fans of the fantasy world. Cara Delevigne will star as the mythological creature, the fairy Vignette Stonemoss, who flees her war-torn homeland to a human-populated Victorian town where tensions between the mythological immigrants and the humans are growing daily. During this time, Vignette connects with detective Rycroft Philostratus (played by Orlando Bloom), who must solve a murder mystery.

Prodigal Son
Premiere: September 23, Fox

Greg Berlanti, producer of the series Sympathy, Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, this time brings a new killer series to the small screen. Michael Sheen plays Malcolm Bright, one of the best criminal psychologists around, who uses his cunning genius to help the NYPD solve crimes.

Premiere: September 25, ABC

The series is based on the comic book series about private investigator Dex Parios, otherwise a Navy veteran. It will focus on both the main character's bisexuality and the post-traumatic stress disorder that Dex is dealing with. Cobie Smulders, best remembered for her role as Robin in the series How I Met Your Mother, will play the lead role.

Premiere: September 26, CBS

The creators of the critically acclaimed drama The Good Wife and its worthy successor The Good Fight return with the psychological drama Evil. It tells the story of a clinical psychologist (Katja Herbes) who joins forces with a future priest (Mike Colter) to investigate possible miracles and people's obsession with the devil.

The Politician
Premiere: September 27, Netflix

The occasional musical drama centers on a rich teenager with ambitions to become president of the United States. But there is still a long way to go. First, he will have to win the election for student council president at his high school. Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lange will star in the series, among others.

Back to Life
Premiere: October 6, Showtime

The series follows Miri (Daisy Haggard), who returns to her native Kent after spending 18 years in prison. The villagers do not welcome her with open arms, and the tragedy and drama are not only in how Miri tries to start a new life, but also in finding out what exactly happened on the night of her arrest.

Premiere: October 6, The CW

Armed with a passion for social justice and advocating for her views, Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) takes to the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, a lesbian and highly skilled street fighter ready to end crime in the city. In doing so, he must fight his own demons.

The Morning Show
Premiere: No exact date yet, Apple+

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon co-produced and star in the series, which goes behind the scenes of the morning news show. After Mitch Kessler (Steve Carrell), the popular host and partner of Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston), is accused of sexual misconduct on the morning show, Alex fights to keep her job, entangling herself in a battle with Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon ), a journalist who would like to take Alexa's place.

His Dark Materials
Premiere: No exact date yet, HBO

This series promises to fill the void in the hearts of Game of Thrones fans. It is an adaptation of Philip Pullman's fantasy novels, which will be brought to life by an all-star cast (James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Dafne Keene...) Dafne will star as Lyra, a girl who is caught in a battle between religious fanatics and scientists in a fantasy but dangerous world .

The Witcher
Premiere: No exact date yet, Netflix

The Polish fantasy series The Witcher already got its own super-popular video game, but now it's coming to the small screen as well. Henry Cavill will star as the hero and monster hunter Geralt of Rivia, joined by a princess named Ciri and a witch named Yennefer.

Series returning with a new season in autumn 2019

The Elite, Netflix, September 6
Times Square Stories (The Deuce), HBO, September 6
Keeping Up with the Kardashians, E!, September 8
American Horror Story: 1984 (American Horror Story: 1984), FX, September 18
9-1-1, Fox, September 23
The Good Doctor, ABC, 23 September
This is Us, NBC, September 24
Talent in White (Grey's Anatomy), ABC, September 26
How to Get Away With Murder, ABC, 26 September
The Good Place, NBC, September 26
Transparent, Amazon, September 27
The Walking Dead, AMC, October 6
Riverdale, The CW, October 9
Supernatural, The CW, October 10
Shameless, Showtime, November 3
The Crown, Netflix, November 17
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon, December 6

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