Once upon a time, TV premieres were the province of fall, and there was something exciting about seeing all the new titles unveiled.
In the streaming era, of course, new shows debut all year long – but we think there’s still a special excitement surrounding the ones that come out at this time of year.
Call us old-fashioned. Here’s our list of the shows we think you’ll find watch-worthy: THE HANDMAID’S TALE (Hulu, Sept.
14)The critically acclaimed and popular series based on Margaret Atwood’s chillingly prescient dystopian novel just dropped the first episode of its fifth season, in which now-escaped refugee June (Emmy-winner Elisabeth Moss, “Mad Men,” “Top of the Lake,” “The Invisible Man”) works from afar to be reunited with her daughter, while her co-conspirators in theocratic Gilead find an unlikely ally in Aunt Lydia (Ann Dowd).