The Most Anticipated Comedy Debuts
It's officially the Fall and saying goodbye to the Summer has been hard. The good news is that the new television season is upon us! Here's a list of the most beloved and/or anticipated comedies that debut this Fall!
Black-ish: Tuesday, September 24th on ABC
The family comedy starring Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson is going into its 6th season. It's had a solid run with love from former President Obama and Emmy nominations.
Mixed-ish: Tuesday, September 24th on ABC
Following in the footsteps of Grown-ish, this Black-ish spin-off, of sorts, is the second series to be spun off. It's a prequel about Rainbow's (Tracee Ellis Ross) upbringing in a cult and stars Tika Sumpter and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Rainbow's parents.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Wednesday, September 25th on FXX
After almost a year between new episodes, It's Always Sunny returns for it's 14th (!) season to be...well, what we know the show to be. The cast addressed when the long-running comedy might end.
South Park: Wednesday, September 25th on Comedy Central
Season 23 (and you thought It's Always Sunny has been around awhile) is coming back and they go after at all things sensitive in their upcoming season including ICE.
The Good Place: Thursday, September 26th on NBC
To share anything about this upcoming season would spoil everything about the show. If you're still catching up on Netflix just know that the series is still expected to be hilarious.
Saturday Night Live: Saturday, September 28th on NBC
Fresh off of an Emmy win for Variety Sketch Series, SNL is back with 4th-time host Woody Harrelson and some new cast members. Despite saying he'd rather not play Trump anymore Alec Baldwin is still likely to reprise his Emmy winning role.
Bob's Burgers: Sunday, September 29th on Fox
A Bob's Burgers movie is reported to be in the works. Until it hits theaters we have the 10th season of the show to enjoy! This season there will be some holiday episodes to spread some cheer!