NEW SERIES“Y: The Final Man”On this adaptation of the favored graphic novels by Brian Ok. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, all mammals with a Y chromosome have died in a plague — apart from one man and his monkey. The person, Ben Schnetzer’s Yorick, lives in a female-dominated society the place among the girls attempt to maintain onto outdated political constructions amid these desirous to do issues in a brand new method. How deep do our patriarchal roots go? (FX on Hulu, Sept. 13)Appears like: “Ross & Marcel Endlessly”“The Premise”B.J. Novak created this five-episode anthology collection. The premise of “The Premise” is obscure however intriguing: Every self-standing episode takes a darkly comedian view on an ethical challenge of the second, from wokeness to police brutality. The solid record contains Tracee Ellis Ross, Jermaine Fowler, Ben Platt, Lucas Hedges, Daniel Dae Kim, Kaitlyn Dever, and Lola Kirke. (FX on Hulu, Sept. 16)Appears like: “The Slylight Zone”“The Huge Leap”A TV drama a couple of actuality present about doing “Swan Lake” as a recent story? Rely me in, even when it’s simply to hate-watch, “Smash”-style. A bunch of dance-loving underdogs compete for a second likelihood at success on a contest collection. Scott Foley performs the jaded actuality producer in a solid that features Teri Polo, Piper Perabo, Jon Rudnitsky, and Ser’Darius Blain. (Fox, Sept. 20)Appears like: “Pli-Yay”“Abnormal Joe”This one follows a brand new school grad on three parallel timelines. In a single he’s a police officer, in one other he’s a music star, and within the third he’s a nurse. In all three, he’s James Wolk (”Mad Males”), which is an efficient factor. His school girlfriend, a girl from an opportunity encounter, and his finest pal (performed by Charlie Barnett from “Russian Doll”) all determine prominently in every model of his life. “Eh, solely three timelines,” sniffs the “Remedial Chaos Concept” episode of “Neighborhood.” (NBC, Sept. 20)Appears like: “Not Nice, Bob, Bob, & Bob”“Our Form of Individuals”The setting for this new drama from Lee Daniels of “Empire” is Oak Bluffs, the Black enclave on Martha’s Winery. Yaya DaCosta stars as a single mom with a hair-care line and a minimum of one massive secret. Additionally alongside for what guarantees to be a really sudsy ferry experience: Morris Chestnut, Joe Morton, and Nadine Ellis. (Fox, Sept. 21)Appears like: “Because the Island Turns”Elisha Williams stars in a reboot of “The Marvel Years,” reimagined because the story of a middle-class Black household in Alabama within the late Sixties.ERIKA DOSS/ABC“The Marvel Years”This reboot of the 1988-93 suburban comedy a couple of white household is reimagined because the story of a middle-class Black household in Alabama within the late Sixties. The 12-year-old boy who’s coming of age is performed by Elisha Williams, his father and mom are performed by Dulé Hill (“The West Wing”!) and Saycon Sengbloh, and the present is narrated by Don Cheadle. Lee Daniels and unique “Marvel Years” star Fred Savage are among the many govt producers. (ABC, Sept. 22)Appears like: “Sure-stalgia”“Basis”Isaac Asimov’s influential collection will get an adaptation, as Apple TV+ reaches for its first sci-fi blockbuster. The epic is in regards to the fall of a future civilization, and the efforts by Jared Harris’s Dr. Hari Seldon to avoid wasting humanity and the perfect of civilization. You recognize, massive stuff like that. Together with the at all times nice Harris, Lee Tempo stars as a personality with the modest title of Emperor of the Galaxy. Asimov’s daughter, Robyn Asimov, is among the many govt producers. (Apple TV+, Sept. 24)Appears like: “Asimov Cocktail”“La Brea”Hmm. Is that this a metaphor for Hollywood? A large sinkhole opens up in Los Angeles on this particular effects-a-thon, and a whole bunch of individuals fall via it right into a primeval world that features scary beasts. The gorgeous solid contains Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, Jon Seda, Nicholas Gonzalez, and Chiké Okonkwo. (NBC, Sept. 28)Appears like: “La Oy Veya”“Maid”“Shameless” alums Molly Smith Metzler and John Wells are behind this adaptation of Stephanie Land’s well-liked memoir. Margaret Qualley (from “As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood”) stars as Alex, a single mom who, broke and homeless, works as a house-cleaner after escaping an abusive relationship. Qualley’s mom, Andie MacDowell, performs Alex’s bipolar mother. (Netflix, Oct. 1)Appears like: “The Maid’s Story”Michael Stuhlbarg as Richard Sackler in Hulu’s “Dopesick.” Gene Web page/HULU“Dopesick”Huge Pharma wouldn’t lie, wouldn’t it? Impressed by Beth Macy’s 2018 nonfiction bestseller, the miniseries tells the story — from the angles of the docs, the sufferers, and the drug firm and its homeowners, the Sackler household — of how Purdue marketed OxyContin as a non-addictive opioid. Written by Danny Robust and starring Michael Keaton, Peter Sarsgaard, Rosario Dawson, and Michael Stuhlbarg, it has all the necessities of an Emmy darling. (Hulu, Oct. 13)Appears like: “Monsters, Inc.”“Queens”The 4 members of a once-famous hip-hop woman group from the Nineties — known as the Nasty Bitches — attempt to make a comeback, “Girls5Eva”-style. The hourlong drama with music, starring Brandy, Naturi Naughton, Eve, and Nadine Velazquez, focuses on their outdated battles and romantic baggage as they attempt to transfer ahead. (ABC, Oct. 19)Appears like: “Future’s Grandchild”“Invasion”A remake of the 2005 one-season ABC collection “Invasion”? Nope, only a lack of creativeness with regards to titles. This specific alien story boasts a number of locales, because it follows the invasion from completely different views across the globe. Coming from Simon Kinberg (who wrote among the “X-Males” films) and David Weil, the big solid of the big-budget present options Sam Neill and Shamier Anderson. (Apple TV+, Oct. 22)Appears like: “Shut Encounters of the Hundred Thousandth Variety”Colin Kaepernick (proper) narrates “Colin in Black and White,” a Netflix collection primarily based on the previous NFL quarterback’s highschool years, with Jaden Michael enjoying a teenage Kaepernick.COURTESY OF NETFLIX“Colin in Black and White”Colin Kaepernick, the previous San Francisco 49ers quarterback well-known for kneeling through the nationwide anthem to protest police brutality, co-created this six-part miniseries with filmmaker Ava DuVernay. It’s in regards to the soccer participant’s highschool years, with Jaden Michael enjoying younger Colin, who was adopted by a white couple, performed right here by Nick Offerman and Mary-Louise Parker. Kaepernick narrates. (Netflix, Oct. 29)Appears like: “Man of Kneel”“The Shrink Subsequent Door”Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. Oh, you want extra? The “Anchorman” alums reunite in a comedy primarily based on the podcast of the identical title, with Rudd as a psychiatrist who inserts himself into the lifetime of Ferrell’s meek consumer. Kathryn Hahn and Casey Wilson costar, in case you wanted some icing on the cake. (Apple TV+, Nov. 12)Appears like: “Bob About What”“Yellowjackets”4 teen soccer gamers survive a airplane crash. This drama picks up with them 25 years later, and their still-troubled feeling about what occurred whereas they waited within the wilderness to be rescued. Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci, Juliette Lewis, and Tawny Cypress star. (Showtime, Nov. 14)Appears like: “Women of the Flies”RETURNING SERIES“Succession”The Roys are again on the town. The Emmy-winning “King Lear”-ish drama that doubles as a satire lastly returns for its COVID-delayed third season. Don’t fear: All of the terrible persons are again, that includes Brian Cox, Jeremy Robust, and Sarah Snook, together with some new visitor stars: Adrien Brody, Alexander Skarsgård, and Sanaa Lathan. (HBO, October)“Insecure”Parting might be candy sorrow — candy as a result of Issa Rae’s romantic comedy gained’t overstay, sorrow as a result of I’ll miss it — however within the meantime, we’ve received the fifth and last season to take pleasure in. Once we left off, Issa and Lawrence appeared like they have been stable — however yeah, his ex is pregnant together with his child, so all bets are off, perhaps, I can’t inform. (HBO, October)“Dickinson”This portrait of the younger Emily Dickinson, which is irreverent besides with regards to the poetry, reaches the tip of the road — or is that the stanza? — with the third season. Hey, the longer an excellent present lingers, the higher the chances that it’ll get terrible. Hailee Steinfeld returns, with Billy Eichner becoming a member of the present’s lengthy record of humorous cameos as Walt Whitman. (Apple TV+, Nov. 5)Michael C. Corridor as Dexter in “Dexter: New Blood,” coming to Showtime Nov. 7.Seacia Pavao/SHOWTIME“Dexter: New Blood”I’m not simply bitter in regards to the awful ending of the primary eight seasons, which left our serial killer of collection killers to residing quietly as a lumberjack. I’m bitter in regards to the final 4 seasons, which dragged an A collection right down to D, not least of all with a sibling-incest story line. Now the present returns with Dexter courting a small-town police chief when his Darkish Passenger, in addition to his son, present up on the town. (Showtime, Nov. 7)“The Nice”Huzzah! The crudely humorous, proudly inaccurate, and sometimes clever satire from “The Favorite” co-writer Tony McNamara returns for a second season. The Emmys principally ignored the present, however that’s their loss: Elle Fanning is ideal because the wise, formidable Catherine the Nice, and Nicholas Hoult is certainly one of TV’s best-ever numbskulls as Peter. In brief, “The Nice” is nice. (Hulu, Nov. 19)Matthew Gilbert will be reached at [email protected] Comply with him on Twitter @MatthewGilbert.