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It's Time To 'FALL' Into Fashion, Fun & Fresh Faces - Here's Your Fall 2021 TV Guide

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FALL is here! And we have the ultimate TV guide that'll keep you entertained while snuggled up on the couch during the upcoming colder months. Peep the fire list inside...

Today is the first day of FALL! And to celebrate, we've compiled a list of must-see TV to keep you entertained throughout the upcoming colder months.

COVID-19 flipped broadcast television upside down in 2020. Now, we're seemingly getting back into a familiar routine, which includes NEW shows to kick off the new season.

This season, we've got shows like HBO's hit series "Insecure" airing its fifth and final season. We know. It's hard to believe one of our favorite shows is coming to an end, but as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. It's definitely more bitter than sweet.

The final ten episodes will kick off on October 24th.

For you fashion heads...

Rihanna is gearing up to give her fans all things sexy and sensual in lingerie for her upcoming fashion show, "Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3." And she's going all out with the lighting, filming techniques and a star-studded line up of models that's sure to be "visually stunning and epic."

Not only that, she has an insane lineup of performances by Nas, Normani, Jazmine Sullivan, Daddy Yankee, BIA, Ricky Martin, and Jade Novah. Also, there will also be special appearances by Erykah Badu, Troye Sivan, Vanessa Hudgens and more.

The third edition of Rih's Savage x Fenty show is set to premiere September 24th on Amazon Prime Video.

Looking for something new? There are several new TV shows coming down the pipeline, including 50 Cent's drug drama "BMF," which will follow the rise and fall of the Black Mafia Family.

On a lighter note...

Millenials will be treated to an all-black reboot of "The Wonder Years," starring Dule Hill and Don Cheadle.

It premieres tonight at 8:30/7:30c on ABC.



ABC's upcoming series "Queens" is going to give viewers a "If City Girls merged with Chloe x Halle in 20 years for a 'Star' reunion type tour"" vibe. Meanwhile, Tyler Perry's new male exotic dancer drama series "All The Queen's Men" will take viewers behind-the-scenes to see what it's like to be a male stripper.

Shows you love are also returning with new seasons, like "All American":

Oh yes, FALL 2021 TV is going to be GOODT.

Scroll through our gallery below for a hefty list of MUST-SEE TV shows that'll premiere this fall (if it hasn't already) that will surely keep you entertained.

Photos: AP

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