The new season for the USA Network series ‘The Unusuals’ will premiere this fall, and the first episode will air on September 15.
The network announced the premiere date on Monday, and will continue to stream the series until the season is complete.
“We’re thrilled to welcome The Unusual to the USA network family,” USA Network President and CEO Scott Greenfield said in a statement.
“We are thrilled to bring this groundbreaking new series to our fans.
The Unused and The Unsaved, as well as the upcoming Season 5, will be the most compelling and exciting new seasons on our television lineup to date.”
The show, which focuses on real-life stories that involve celebrities, politicians and others in the media, is based on the fictional life of journalist Michael C. Goldberg, whose reporting on the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy inspired a popular television series, The Unquiet Dead.
Goldberg’s reporting has also led to the formation of a network of nonprofit organizations that help people who have suffered mental health issues.
The series is based off Goldberg’s book, The True Story of Kennedy Assassination, and has received two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Reality Series and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy.
The series also won a Peabody Award for Outwriting for Its Reporting and Analysis of the Kennedy Assassinations.
Goldberg also won an Emmy Award for his reporting on a 2012 U.S. government shutdown and was a recipient of a 2014 National Medal of Science.
The show is set to air on Fridays at 9 p.m. ET.