Returning television series this fall

Elizabeth Corcoles, Arts & Entertainment Editor

As per usual, fall has several series that are making a return to television and some of which are worth the binge watch.

Here’s a preview of what is to come in the following weeks on Netflix:

  • “Ozark,” the money laundering show which stars Jason Bateman, returns for its second season on Aug. 31.

  • “BoJack Horseman,” the animated series returns for season 5 on Sept. 14.
  • “Atypical,” the series of a teenager with autism returns for season 2 on Sept. 7
  • Marvel’s “Iron Fist” returns for season 2 on Sept. 7

If you fancy cable programming, here are a few of the more anticipated series:

“American Horror Story: Apocalypse” will also make its debut Sept. 12 on FX.

The series will merge the plot lines of “AHS: Murder House” and “AHS: Coven” and have returning cast members, such as Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, as well as other reoccurring stars.

  • Returning for season 9, “The Walking Dead,” is set to premiere on Oct. 7 on AMC.

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Although front-man Rick Grimes, portrayed by Andrew Lincoln, is leaving the series this upcoming season, it should be an interesting series seeing how the writers showcase the exit of the main star.

In regards to network programming, the CW has some gems of their own with “Riverdale” and the 14-year-long series, “Supernatural” making a return to television this fall as well.

  • The teen drama based off the Archie comics, “Riverdale” makes its fall premiere on Oct. 10.
  • “Supernatural,” one of the longest running television series thus far, leaves off with Dean Winchester, played by Jensen Ackles, being the vessel for Michael, the archangel. The series returns Oct. 11.