10 new shows that will get you through another winter

It’s time to hunker down.

Maxine McCrann
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If you’re feeling a TV void after finishing Squid Game, you’re in luck: It’s officially new TV season, and Mic has curated the 10 best fall TV shows to hunker down with and binge over the next few months.

In the interest of new discoveries, this list is confined only to new shows (though there are many returning series to obsess over, from Succession to Ozark). Some will still be familiar offerings — like a Dexter reboot and a risky, live-action adaptation of one of the greatest anime of all time. Watch all these new TV shows and — before you know it — the third season of Barry might have arrived.

True Story

This new limited series finds Kevin Hart making the rare turn toward television. There’s not much information out there, but we know Hart will play a famous comedian desperate to get out of Philadelphia and escape his older brother (Wesley Snipes), in a plot that takes place over the course of a night. The premise alone — Hart being chased around by Snipes in a crime thriller setting — is interesting enough to tune in. Coming Nov. 24 on Netflix


The Book of Boba Fett

It’s about time the Star Wars universe produced something fully dedicated to Boba Fett. The bounty hunter appears for only a handful of moments in the original trilogy, but his get-up alone managed to make him a pop culture icon. This series, a spinoff of the highly popular The Mandalorian (in which Boba Fett, played by Temuera Morrison, also appears), finally seems to put to bed hopes of the standalone film that was long rumored to be in the works. If The Mandalorian is any indication, The Book of Boba Fett will offer up a satisfying exploration of the galaxy’s most famous bounty hunter. Coming Dec. 29 on Disney+

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