The leaves are shedding, the sweaters are on the racks, and fall-themed decorations and treats are in the stores. You can experience the classic crisp climate no matter where you live by either going outside or watching a film set during this time of year. It’s the perfect time of year to take the family apple picking, carving pumpkins, or visiting haunted houses. Due to the shorter days and colder nights for some, binge-watching night has become one of our favorite indoor activities.
Well, there are a plethora of shows to watch and satisfy your cravings. From good romance to action, documentaries to sci-fi, there is a lot to please your taste. Well, out of thousands of shows out there, it becomes frustrating to find the best ones. Worry not. We have got your back here. That is why, in this guide, we have rounded up some of the best options that you should not miss this fall.
However, to watch all these shows on TV –the big screen, the best thing is you can get these shows of your choice on cable TV with the on-demand feature. Plus, you don’t have to wait for the streaming and buffering of shows. –great right?
One option we suggest is to have Mediacom cable services, with a variety of channels and top-up options like on-demand in the U.S. You can check out their channel line-up services on the website, and for the minority of other language speakers like Spanish speakers, you can check out the variety on Mediacom lista de canales for further information – specifically for Spanish speakers for their comfort.
Now let’s take a look at a few of our recommendations.
- Fargo (Tuesdays on FX)
Noah Hawley’s anthology, inspired by the Coen brothers’ ’96 flick, bounces back big time in its fifth season. Chris Rock’s season 4 was a letdown, but this season begins with a major incident in Minnesota and North Dakota in 2019. We’re talking about Dot Lyon, played by Juno Temple from “Ted Lasso.” Turns out she’s got this hidden criminal past and now there’s this angry sheriff from North Dakota (Jon Hamm) and her mother-in-law (Jennifer Jason Leigh) who are all up in her business. But Dot’s got some serious survival skills up her sleeve. It’s going to be wild!
- Fellow Travellers (Weekly Paramount+)
Get ready to dive into your next emotional rollercoaster. With this addictive limited series, based on Thomas Mallon’s 2007 novel, two government employees keep their true selves hidden for decades (played by Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey). It all begins in the 1950s with the “Lavender Scare” – a time of fear and panic about gays – and ends with the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
There is a great pace to this film, and it will hit you right in the feels. Additionally, it’s awesome to see Allison Williams from “Girls” back on screen, and the steamy scenes between Bailey and Bomer could rival “True Blood.” These two have more chemistry than Walter White’s RV lab, believe me!
- The Morning Show (Apple Tv+)
In the era of fancy, star-studded TV shows, “The Morning Show” is, well, the most TV-like. In the last season, Bradley Jackson and Alex Levy tried to navigate the aftermath of the Me Too scandal while the pandemic loomed. Steve Carell’s character was tragically killed in an Italian car accident. Well, third season picks up post-pandemic, with a new boss in charge (Charlotte Stoudt). A big-shot tech guy (Jon Hamm) is eyeing their TV network, and Alex Levy appears to be on his radar as well.
There’s also Bradley Jackson’s secret relationship with Julianna Margulies to resolve. Let’s not forget Billy Crudup’s network head, who seems just as wild as ever. With a show like this, you’ll never want to look away, no matter how much you love it or hate it.
- The Gilded Age (HBO Weekly)
Julian Fellowes’ show about 19th-century New York is back with all the social maneuvering, labor disputes, and class divides. Moreover, let’s not forget the hats – so many of them. Agnes van Rhijn (played by Christine Baranski) is perpetually unimpressed with Marian’s (Louisa Jacobson) life choices. At the same time, Bertha (Carrie Coon) works hard to climb the ranks among Manhattan’s upper crust.
- The sex life of College Girls (Max)
It’s not easy to make college shows, but “Sex Lives of College Girls” does it with ease. Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble star in this comedy about four strangers who share a college dorm. Then there’s Kimberly (played by Pauline Chalamet), who’s trying to shake off some small-town ideas. Also juggling classes, romance, and soccer is Whitney (Alyah Chanelle Scott). A million-dollar-looking Bella (Amrit Kaur) is going all out to be a comedy writer. In addition, Leighton (Reneé Rapp) is exploring her sexuality and accepting it.
It is going to be a riot when these four are thrown together in the same room – or at a wild party. You are missing the hottest party on campus if you are not watching.
Some great names and a few underrated ones surely not to be missed out on. These shows bring much flavor to the screen with their interesting stories and intense plots. If you’re bored of the same old shows on the streaming services take a dive into these names and come out refreshed.