From Big Bang Theory spin-off Young Sheldon to Fox's X-Men TV series Gifted, here's all the new TV series that are coming in the 2017 fall tv season.
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2017 kicks off with a bang on the small screen as several new series are set to make their debut in the coming weeks.
Though Stranger Things Season 2 is still months away, we know quite a bit about the eagerly awaited return to the UpsideDown.
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While Daredevil Season 3 hasn't been renewed by Netflix yet, there are a number of issues that need to be resolved before The Defenders can happen.
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The Community star will be a presenter along with Tina Fey, Will Arnett and Stephen Colbert among others.
The Sylvester Stallone action film will play during its first broadcast window.
Spacey is set to play the leader of a cult on this show.
Edie Falco, Will Arnett, Laurence Fishburne and Stephen Colbert will also be presenters.
"There is value in exclusivity," states HBO's Eric Kessler.
The show will be based on John Christopher's novel.