It's officially the fall season and it’s almost October. This means that it is already the season of pumpkin spice lattes, cozy flannels, orange crisp leaves, and more importantly, the return of our favorite TV series with new seasons.

Fans have been waiting for new seasons of popular shows “This Is Us,” “Stranger Things,” “Riverdale,” and many other shows. This fall, there are also new shows coming to our televisions. Here are new comedy series coming this October.


The story follows Leroy Wright, a hilarious, cynical skeptic, and Max Jennifer, a genius paranormal believer.

The two are recruited by the Bureau Underground to investigate a series of unexplained activities in Los Angeles, which is linked to a larger mystery that could threaten the existence of human race.

Craig Robinson and Adam Scott star as Leroy and Max respectively. They are joined by Amber Stevens West (as Annie), Ally Walker (as Captain Ava Lafrey), and Adeel Akhtar (as Barry).

The first episode of the show was streamed on Twitter every night from September 21st to 24th at 9 PM ET, ahead of the show’s regular broadcast schedule. “ghosted” is scheduled to premiere on October 1 on Fox at 8:30/7:30c.


Josh Roberts is an actor who lives in apartment 9K after the cancellation of his TV show and divorce.

Living next to him are his parents who are staying in apartment 9J and his brother and sister-in-law with their newborn baby staying in apartment 9L. His situation prompts him to set boundaries while bonding with his family.

The story is loosely based on Mark Feuerstein’s life when he starred in “Royal Pains”. Feuerstein stars as Josh Roberts and co-created the show with his wife Dana Klein.

Elliot Gould, Linda Lavin, Albert Tsai, Liza Lapira, David Walton, and Matt Murray also star in the series.

9JKL” is scheduled to premiere on October 2 on CBS at 8:30/7:30c.

'The Mayor'

The series follows Courtney Rose, a struggling young rapper and runs for mayor of his California hometown, Fort Grey. Although he only ran for office as a publicity stunt to promote his music, Courtney actually ends up winning.

Show creator, Jeremy Bronson, explained that “The Mayor” is inspired (in part) by Chance the Rapper, who started out doing his poetries in his high school and Daveed Diggs, who was a part of different community groups doing music together. The show stars Brandon Michael Hall, Lea Michele, Bernard David Jones, Marcel Spears, and Yvette Nicole Brown.

“The Mayor” is scheduled to premiere on October 3 on ABC at 9:30/8:30c.