Quantum Leap Season 2 (NBC)
Recreating the beloved show by the same name after 30 years, Quantum Leap is back with its second season. Premiering on NBC on October 4, it has Raymond Lee, Caitlin Bassett, and Mason Alexander Park.
Set 30 years after the disappearance of Dr. Sam Beckett after he leaped into the Quantum Leap machine, this series follows Dr. Ben Song, who is tasked to find him while leading a team to find the mysterious lying behind the time-travel machine.
Premiered on October 4, BECKHAM is a docu-series about one of the best football players around the world. The series follows the story of a player in the making, his personal life, and the struggles of in-between.
David Beckham is the most sought-after celebrity in the world who is always in the limelight due to his wife, Victoria Beckham, former spice girl, or because of his children. It is directed by Fisher Stevens, an Academy Award Winner.
Found Season 1 (NBC)
Starring Shanola Hampton, Found Season 1 will explore the mystery of the missing person cases. The show premiered its first episode on NBC on October 3, 2023, and the second episode is all set to release on October 10.
The show has a chilling series of cases to unfold where Gaby Mosely, the protagonist, will be at the helm of it. The TV show also has Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Kellie Williams, and Brett Dalton.
Sullivan’s Crossing Season 1
A Canadian drama adapted from the novel of Robyn Carr, Sullivan’s Crossing premiered on October 4 on Hulu. A small-town drama starring Morgan Kohan, Scott Paterson, and Chad Michael Murray.
Maggie Sullivan, a neurosurgeon, finds herself in a legal predicament and takes refuge in her childhood home at Sullivan’s Crossing, where her estranged father still lives.
Loki Season 2 (Disney+ Hotstar)
The most awaited series of 2023, Loki Season 2 released its first episode on October 5, 2023. The second episode will air on October 12, 2023.
Starring Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson, the series brings back the god of mischief. Fans are also anticipating a reunion between Loki and Thor in this upcoming season.
The Fall of the House of Usher (Limited Series) (Netflix)
Set to premiere on October 12, this Netflix series is loosely based on the short story by Edgar Allen Poe that goes by the same. It is written and Directed by Mike Flanagan, who is known for movies like Oculus and Hush.
Starring Kate Siegel, Ruth Codd, and Rahul Kohli, this series is a gothic horror-drama. A corrupted CEO must face his past and dark secrets when, one by one, his children start to die.
Our Flag Means Death Season 2 (Max)
Premiered on Max, the second season of Our Flag Means Death brings back this comedic and dysfunctional pirate crew on October 5 on Max. Starring Taika Waititi, Rhys Darby, and Vico Ortiz.
Set in the 18th century, the series follows Stede Bonnet escaping his comfortable life to become a pirate. The second season is anticipated to take a darker turn.
Goosebumps Season 1
Premiering on October 13, you can watch this comedy horror on Disney + or Hulu. Starring Justin Long, Ana Yi Puig, and Miles McKenna.
Goosebumps is part of the “Hallowstream” on Disney + and “Hulustream” on Hulu for the upcoming Halloween festival in October. The show follows a group of teenagers who mistakenly let out supernatural brings, and now they have to work together to look for them.
Frasier Season 1
The reboot of the 1993 comedy sitcom Frasier 2023 is set to premiere on October 12 on Paramount +. Kelsey Grammer is back again as Frasier Crane with new memories to make and new challenges to face.
Dr. Frasier is a psychiatrist who hosts a radio show. This sitcom also stars Jack Cutmore-Scott, Anders Keith, and Nicholas Lyndhurst.
John Carpenter’s Suburban Screams Season 1 (Peacock)
An anthology of horror incidents occurring in American hometowns, John Carpenter’s Suburban Screams will premiere on October 13 on Peacock. It’s a mini-series that explores the story behind the true incidents.
This unscripted show will take the help of previous press coverage footage, reenactment of incidents, and interviews of people who experienced the supernatural. It was written and scored by John Carpenter, who is known for Halloween (1978) and Escape From New York (1981).
Lessons in Chemistry (Limited Series) (Apple TV+)
Starring Brie Larson, Lewis Pullman, and Stephanie Koenig, Lessons in Chemistry is to premiere on October 13. Brie Larson is also one of the executive producers of the show.
Set in the 1950s, the show follows the female host of a cooking channel and how she brought forth a change with her influence. Ambitious to become a scientist, Elizabeth Zott was told to remain within society’s norms. This is the story of women’s empowerment and education.
Rick and Morty Season 7 (Adult Swim)
The adult animated show will be back with its new season on October 15. Amid controversies, the show will see new characters and new voice actors.
Premiering on Adult Swim, fans can catch the show on Max and Hulu as well. The season will have 10 episodes.
Living for the Dead Season 1
Another “Huluween” original, Living for the Dead, follows five queer Ghost hunters. All 8 episode will come out on October 18, 2023.
Starring Alex Le May, Ken Boggle, Juju Bae, Roz Hernandez and Logan Taylor, this series will take them on a cross-country trip to the spookiest of locations. From the creative heads behind the show Queer Eye, the show is produced by Kristen Stewart, an actress known for her role in the Twilight series.
Bodies (Limited Series) (Netflix)
A British crime series, Bodies follows four detectives in four different timelines who are solving the same murder. Starring Shira Haas, Stephen Graham, and Kyle Soller, the series is to premiere on October 19.
The book is adapted from the DC graphic novel by Si Spencer. The thriller series will have a total of 8 episodes.
The Burning Girls Season 1 (Paramount+)
The Burning Girls, based on a novel by C. J. Tudor by the same name, is a British TV show set to premiere on October 19. The story follows a mother and a daughter who, in their hopes of a new start in a new place, encounter a sinister and dark secret.
A supernatural thriller, the show stars Samantha Morton and Ruby Stokes. The series will have a total of 6 episodes.
Neon Season 1 (Netflix)
Neon is a coming-of-age series about three friends who are trying to make it in the music industry in Miami. From Florida, these three are obsessed with the world of reggaeton.
The feel-good show is to premiere on October 19. Starring Tyler Dean Flores, Emma Ferreira, and Jordan Mendoza, this musical drama is backed by musicians like Daddy Yankee, Tainy & One Six, and Joe Rodriguez.
Son of a Critch Season 1 (CW)
Set in the 1980s, Son of a Critch is a coming-of-age story about a boy named Mark. The season 1 series’ last two episodes premiered on October 2 and October 9 on the CW.
The show has a great storyline centering around Mark and his family and friends. This Canadian TV series stars Benjamin Evan, Ainsworth, and Mark Critch.
The Vanishing Triangle Season 1 (SundanceNow – US, Acorn TV – UK)
A crime and mystery television series, The Vanishing Triangle, is about a reporter, Lisa Wallace, who is after the truth about cases of missing women. An Irish show, it’s set to premiere on October 26.
It’s based on Ireland’s Vanishing Triangle. Starring India Mullen, Allen Leech, and Fionnula Murphy. This series has 6 episodes.