Amazon had a busy day yesterday at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills where stars, producers, directors, and executives spent the day talking to press about Amazon’s upcoming original shows. In addition to confirming the title of Woody Allen’s highly-anticipated first TV show to be Crisis in Six Scenes, they revealed their full fall lineup of original shows, along with their premiere dates. September is looking to be a month of comedies for Amazon, with One Mississippi, Fleabag, and the third season of Transparent all premiering in September. October will premiere shows with a more serious tone, like Goliath and Good Girls Revolt, with the second season of The Man In the High Castle premiering near the end of the year on December 16, where Amazon says the mysterious figure known only as “the man in the high castle” will be revealed. Read on for the full list of upcoming shows and premiere dates, as well as new trailers and sneak peak videos that have just been released.
September 9, 2016: One Mississippi
September 16, 2016: Fleabag
September 23, 2016: Transparent (Season 3)
September 30, 2016: Crisis in Six Scenes
October 14, 2016: Goliath
October 28, 2016: Good Girls Revolt
November 11, 2016: Red Oaks (Season 2)
December 9, 2016: Mozart in the Jungle (Season 3)
December 16, 2016: The Man in the High Castle (Season 2)
In your paragraph of text on top you say Man in the High Castle is premiering December 12th. However above the video for it you say it premieres December 16th. Do you know which is right?
I’m sorry about that. December 16th is the correct date. (Amazon pretty much always premiers shows on a Friday.) Thank you for catching my mistake!
Red Oaks was damned funny. Love that show, glad season two is coming soon. I don’t think that show is getting nearly enough love!
I completely agree! I think I’m looking forward to Red Oaks more than any of the other shows listed above.
What about Longmire, any date for that?
Longmire is on Netflix, at least it has been for the last couple seasons. Did it move to Amazon? If so I wasn’t aware.
Grand Tour? Where is that?